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Lucas Hedges is a Movie Actor, and he was born on 12 December - 1996(26 years old) in New York. Lucas Hedges zodiac sign is Sagittarius. More detailed information about Lucas Hedges given below.
About Lucas Hedges
He was nominated for an Academy Award for his supporting performance in the critically acclaimed picture Manchester by the Sea. He went on to star in films like Boy Erased and Ben Is Back, among others. The Zero Theorem, Labor Day, Lady Bird, and Kill the Messenger are among his other major cinematic credits.
His stage debut came in 2017 when he earned the leading role in an off-Broadway play called Yen.
Lucas Hedges before fame
He went to the University of North Carolina School of the Arts to study theater. In 2007, he made his film debut as an extra in Dan in Real Life.
Achievement of Lucas Hedges
In 2017, he made his Broadway debut in the play Yen, which was performed off-Broadway.
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Lucas Hedges family life
Peter Hedges, an Academy Award-nominated screenwriter and director, is his father, and Susan Bruce, a poet and actress, was his mother. Simon is the name of his older brother.
Associations of Lucas Hedges
Moonrise Kingdom and The Grand Budapest Hotel, both directed by Wes Anderson, featured him.
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Lucas Hedges Timeline
During a middle-school play production, Hedges was spotted by the casting director for Wes Andersonu0027s Moonrise Kingdom (2012), who eventually cast him in the film as Redford. He went on to play small roles in the comedy-drama Arthur Newman (2012), Jason Reitmanu0027s romance Labor Day (2013), and Terry Gilliamu0027s science fiction film The Zero Theorem (2013). In 2014, Hedges had a minor role in Andersonu0027s The Grand Budapest Hotel and played the son of Jeremy Renneru0027s character in Michael Cuestau0027s drama Kill the Messenger, which was based on CIA involvement in Contra cocaine trafficking. The latter led the critic Todd McCarthy to rank him as "very good," and Rodrigo Perez of IndieWire considered him to be the "surprise stand-out of the cast." In 2015, he was cast in the NBC miniseries The Slap, which was adapted from the Australian series of the same name.
The following year, Hedges made his stage debut as the lead in the Trip Cullman-directed off-Broadway play Yen, penned by the playwright Anna Jordan. The production ran from February 19 to March 4 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre. Taking note of his performance as an aggressive and violent teenager who shares a troubled relationship with his half-brother, Ben Brantley of The New York Times wrote that he "delivers an expert anatomy of an adolescent on the edge of explosion". Hedges was nominated for the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play and won the Theatre World Award for Outstanding Off-Broadway Debut Performance. Also in 2017, Hedges had supporting roles in two filmsu2014Greta Gerwigu0027s directorial debut Lady Bird and Martin McDonaghu0027s crime drama Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, both of which were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. The cast of the latter film were awarded with the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast.
Hedges had three film releases in 2018. He played the supporting role of a teenager who violently bullies his younger brother (played by Sunny Suljic) in Mid90s, which marked the directorial debut of Jonah Hill. Eric Kohn of IndieWire wrote, "Hedges, quickly becoming the most impressive actor of his generation, buries himself in the gruff, unhappy role of an angst-riddled teen." Hedges played the lead role in his two other 2018 filmsu2014Boy Erased and Ben Is Back. In the former, based on the eponymous memoir, he played the son of a Baptist pastor who is forced to take part in a gay conversion therapy program. Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman played his parents. Writing for The Hollywood Reporter, Stephen Farber noted that Hedges "carries the entire show and is alternately frightened, bewildered and defiant. There isnu0027t a false note in his performance." For Boy Erased, Hedges received a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Drama. In Ben Is Back, a drama directed by his father and co-starring Julia Roberts, he played the titular character, a drug addict who returns home after spending time in rehab. Pete Hammond of Deadline Hollywood praised both Robertsu0027 and Hedgesu0027 performances, adding that they "are pitch perfect together, never striking a false note in demonstrating the everlasting bond between a mother and son."Also in 2018, Hedges made his first appearance on Broadway in a revival of Kenneth Lonerganu0027s play The Waverly Gallery, alongside Elaine May, Michael Cera and Joan Allen at the John Golden Theatre. He played the role of a teenager coping with his grandmotheru0027s Alzheimeru0027s disease. Chris Jones of the Chicago Tribune credited him for effectively conveying the "frustration family members feel when one of their own starts to decline." Honey Boy, a drama penned by and co-starring Shia LaBeouf about his childhood and relationship with his father, marked Hedgesu0027 first film release of 2019. Hedges and Noah Jupe played Otis Lort, a character based on LaBeouf, at different ages. Reviewing the film for Entertainment Weekly, Leah Greenblatt wrote that Hedges "doesnu2019t seem to have found a role yet he canu2019t fully inhabit; his Otis is raw and furious, and genuinely funny." He next took on a supporting part in Trey Edward Shultsu0027 Waves, a drama about a troubled African American family, which led Peter Debruge of Variety to consider it "an impactful reminder of how much the actor can bring to a smaller role".When asked about his sexuality in 2018, Hedges said: "In the early stages of my life, some of the people I was most infatuated with were my closest male friends. That was the case through high school, and I think I was always aware of that, while for the most part I was attracted to women," also adding that he exists "on that spectrum: Not totally straight, but also not gay and not necessarily bisexual." He later spoke about being an ally to the LGBTQ community and said that he considered his sexuality to be a "fluid experience."
In 2020, Hedges appeared in the miniseries Home Movie: The Princess Bride for Quibi to raise money for World Central Kitchen. He will next star alongside Michelle Pfeiffer in the comedy French Exit. He will also appear alongside an ensemble cast in Steven Soderberghu0027s comedy film Let Them All Talk and in the FX anthology series Platform.
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Lucas Hedges was born on 12 December, 1996.
Lucas Hedges is from Brooklyn - New York.
Lucas Hedges is 26 year old.