Brenton Thwaites Biography
Born on 10 August 1989, Brenton Thwaites is an Australian actor who is best know for his roles in the films Blue Lagoon: The Awakening (2012), Oculus (2013), The Giver (2014), Gods of Egypt (2016), and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017). He began his career from the series Slide and later appeared on the soap opera Home and Away. In 2018, he joined the cast of the 2018 comic adaptation series Titans.
Brenton Thwaites Parent / Siblings / Ethnicity
Thwaites was in Cairns, Queensland, to Fiona and Peter Thwaites. He has a sister, Stacey. He studied secondary education at Cairns State High School, graduating in 2006 and acting at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) for three years, before graduating in 2010.
Brenton Thwaites Girlfriend / Married / Wife / Affairs
Brenton Thwaites Net Worth / Age / 2020
As of 2020, Thwaites is 31 years old and has net worth of estimated $8 million.
Profile / Wiki
- Full Name: Brenton Thwaites
- Nick Names: Thwaites
- Birthday: 10 August 1989
- Age in 2020: 31
- Birth Place: Cairns, Queensland, Australia
- School: Cairns State High School
- College/University: Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
- Education: Graduating in acting
- Profession: Australian actor
- Nationality: Australian
- Ethnicity/Race: White
- Religion: N/A
- Zodiac: Leo
- Net Worth: $8 million
- Height: 5 feet 11 inches
- Chest Size: 40 inch
- Waist Size: 33 inch
- Biceps: 14.5 Inch
- Weight: 80 kg
- Feet/Shoe Size: N/A
- Dress Size: N/A
- Body Measurement: N/A
- Body Type: Unknown
- Hair Color: Black
- Eye Color: Brown
- Father: Peter Thwaites.
- Mother: Fiona Thwaites.
- Sister: Stacey
- Wife\Spouse: Unmarried
- Girlfriend/Dating/Affairs: Chloe Pacey since 2015
- Children: 2 daughter
Trivia / Facts
- He made his debut in 2010 when he appeared in Charge Over You.
- He played Nic in the 2014 science-fiction thriller The Signal.
- During his youth, Thwaites was drawn to the idea of becoming a policeman or a firefighter, having been interested in movies involving the latter.
- At the age of 16, Thwaites gave his first performance in front of a live audience in a rendition of the Shakespeare tragedy Romeo and Juliet.