Don't let Lucas Till's Georgia-grown good looks and charm fool you; the one-time German exchange student and "Walk the Line" (2005) star is as driven as they come. A natural talent for voices and impe...
Fort Hood, Texas, USA
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|Sins of our Youth||2013||Actor||n/a||20137|
|All Superheroes Must Die||2013||Actor||n/a||20137|
|Medium||2010 2003 - 2010||Actor||n/a||20107|
|The Lost and Found Family||2009||Actor||Justin||20097|
|Laid to Rest||2013||Actor||n/a||20137|
|Hannah Montana: The Movie||2009||Actor||Travis Brody||20097|
|The Spy Next Door||2010||Actor||Larry||20107|
|X-Men: First Class||2011||Actor||Alex Summers/Havoc||20117|
|Walk the Line||2005||Actor||Young Jack Cash||20057|
|The Other Side||2007||Actor||Young Samuel North||20077|
|X-Men: Days of Future Past||2014||Actor||Alex Summers/Havok||20147|
|Battle: Los Angeles||2011||Actor||Cpl Scott Grayston||20117|
|All Superheroes Must Die||2013||Producer||n/a||3|
|Made TV debut on Fox's "House M.D."|
|Played Havok in "X-Men: First Class."|
|Cast in Disney's "Hannah Montana: The Movie."|
|Appeared in "Battle: Los Angeles."|
|Appeared as a school bully in "Stoker."|
|Appeared in the music video for Taylor Swift's "You Belong with Me."|
|Made his debut in the short film "The Lovesong of Edwerd J. Robble."|
|Portrayed a young Jack Cash in the biopic "Walk the Line."|
Born in the sweltering Texas summer of 1990, Lucas Till grew up on the military base in Fort Hood where his father, an Army lieutenant colonel, was stationed. His mother quickly noticed his aptitude for copying voices and mannerisms, and after a family move to Atlanta, sought out a child talent agent. After a few years of working in print ads and local TV commercials, in 2003 Till landed his first film role in the "Pet Sematary"-inspired "The Lovesong of Edwerd J. Robble." He next set his sights on the role of Jack Cash, whose tragic death haunted his brother for the rest of his life, in the star-studded "Walk the Line," and endured multiple auditions before finally being selected. He made his TV debut in 2008 as the friend of a troubled teen on "House" (Fox, 2004-2012), and that same year starred as an unrequited crush in the music video for Taylor Swift's mega-hit "You Belong with Me." Further sealing his heartthrob status was another breakthrough role in "Hannah Montana: The Movie" as Travis, Miley's childhood friend turned secret crush.
By 2011 Till turned away from being "the boy girls crush on" and started taking roles of "boys who get to do cool stuff." That year he joined the financially successful but critically panned "Battle: Los Angeles" as a Marine corporal fighting against an alien invasion, and was chosen to portray the energy-blasting Havok in the high-profile hit "X-Men: First Class." He next produced and starred in the low-budget superhero film "Vs," mainly as a way to keep working when other offers weren't coming in, and was cast as a school bully who gets his comeuppance in the off-kilter horror film "Stoker," starring Mia Wasikowska as a teen who develops an unhealthy relationship with her mysterious uncle (Matthew Goode).
|"I really like doing a little bit of everything. I've kind of fallen in to roles in genre movies. As far as horror, a friend of mine is a horror director and special effects guy and he put me in one of his films. I thought that was a lot of fun." - from ShockTillYouDrop.com, May 1, 2013|
|Began appearing in TV commercials and print ads when he was a child, and landed his first film role when he was just 13.|
|Chose to stay in Atlanta so he could finish high school with his friends, and eventually spent three weeks in Germany as an exchange student.|
|Has portrayed superheros in two films: first as Havok in "X-Men: First Class," then as Cutthroat in "Vs."|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.