Sam Worthington biography
British born Australian actor, Sam Worthington has earned a huge fan followings all over the globe all through his pleasing personality & outstanding acting skill. He is best noted for portraying varieties of characters in the movies such as “Avatar”, “Clash of the Titans”, “Call of Duty: Black Ops”, “Terminator Salvation”, “Call of Duty: Black Ops II”, & “Wrath of the Titans”.
Sam Worthington’s full birth named is Samuel Henry John Worthington. He was born on 2nd August, 1976 to his British parents’ Ronald W. Worthington & Jeanne J. (nee Martyn), in an historic market town of Godalming, Surrey, located in the South East England, UK. When he was just six months old, his parents’ relocated to Perth, Western Australia, & was subsequently raised in Warnbro, Rockingham by his home-maker mother. He also has a sister named Lucinda. As for his dad’s profession, he was an employee at a power plant. Sam was a scholar at the John Curtin College of the Arts, in Western Australia’s Fremantle. There he attended drama classes, however didn’t graduate.
Currently a father of his only child, Sam Worthington has officially come out as a married man since 2014. His wife is none other than Lara Bingle, an Australian model & the mother of his baby boy, Rocket Zot (born 2015). Though the couple had previously confirmed their affair on 18th of October, 2013, they emerged as a husband & wife in the year 2014. Prior to his relationship with Lara, Sam had also dated few of the renowned beauties of the show business, including Maeve Dermody, an actress, with whom the actor went cozy for 3 long years before concluding their romance in the year 2008. He as well dated Natalie Mark, a professional stylist from the year 2008 to 2011.
Sam Worthington initially started working different odd jobs & on construction, eventually residing in Sydney, New South Wales. While serving as a mason, at age 19, he performed audition for NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art) & was accepted amid a scholarship. He has been acting professionally since the age of 24, soon followed by his wide achievement in the industry. His first role was in Dein Perry’s comedy drama movie “Bootmen” (2000), traced out by his next year released short film “A Matter of Life”. In the year 2000, he too made his television debut making single episode appearances in sitcoms such as “JAG”, “Blue Heelers” & “Water Rats”. He earned his major small screen role in the Logie Award winning Australian TV sitcom “Love My Way”, where the actor was seen portraying Howard Light in the year 2004, soon trailed out by his role as Dr. Sam Dash in few episodes of “The Surgeon” in 2005. Among his portrayals on numerous of big screen projects, Sam is highly famed for landing roles in the movies, such as “Rogue” (2007), “Terminator Salvation” (2009), “Clash of the Titans” (2010), “Texas Killing Fields” (2011), “Drift” (2013), “Paper Planes” (2014), & “Cake” among others. Currently, the actor is reported to be busy in the post- production of the up-coming 2015 films, “Everest” & “Kidnapping Freddy Heineken”. He is also filming the same year releasing Jonathan Mostow’s action thriller movie “Hunter’s Prayer”. Additionally, Sam is also working as an executive producer in the 2015 launched mini-series “Deadline Galllipoli”, where he is also seen in the role of Phillip Schuler alongside Hugh Dacy & Ewen Leslie.
Winner of several prestigious awards & titles, Sam Worthington has also made his portrayal as Alex Manson in both the 2010 & 2012 released video games, “Call of Duty: Black Ops” & “Call of Duty: Black Ops II”, respectively. Furthermore to acting, he has even introduced himself as a writer professionally with the 2004’s “Enzo”. Off his acting work, Sam runs “Full Clip Productions” as his own production company, which he has launched in 010 along with his 2 close mates Michael Schwarz & John Schwarz. Fan of Bernard Fanning & Xavier Rudd, Sam is an avid surfer. He was once cited as one amongst the “Most Likable Young Leading Men” of Australia by efilmcritic.com. Additionally, he also won the 2009 award of “GQ Man of the Year” in Australia, over Russell Crowe & Eric Bana. As something more to his biography, Sam is revealed to have blurred vision, nonetheless he doesn’t were glasses. For further updates & latest information, follow the actor on his ongoing social networking pages, or simply visit his official websites. Sam Worthington is as well available on Wikipedia.