Callen Ryan Claude McAuliffe was born on January 24, 1995. Hailing from New South Wales, Australia, he is best recognized for his appearances in Flipped and I Am Number Four. In the 2013 film The Great Gatsby, he played a younger Jay Gatsby. Alden is the character he represented in The Walking Dead in the year 2017.
Colon was appointed UNICEF Australia’s national ambassador in November 2013. For his achievements, he is also the youth ambassador of Wolf Connection, a California non-profit organization that works to save and rehabilitate wolves as well as educate and empower the next generation. ,
She made her acting debut at the age of eight in the Australian series Comedy Ink and starred in Blue Water High at the age of nine. After that, he appeared as a regular cast member in Packed to the Rafters. In addition, he was featured in an Australian short film in 2009 as “François Charl” and appeared in “The Resistance (2009)”. Flipped, directed by Rob Reiner, was McAuliffe’s feature film debut in the United States. While vacationing in the United States, he auditioned for the film and secured the male lead role of Bryce. Wendelin Van Drenen’s 2001 book of the same name serves as the basis for the film.
As of May 2010, McAuliffe was involved in the science fiction film I’m Number Four, directed and produced by Steven Spielberg and Michael Bay, heavily inspired by the novel of the same name by Piticus Lore. Sam, Alex Pettifer’s best friend, was done by her. His next role was as the young Quick Lamb in the Australian miniseries Cloudstreet, which was based on the novel by Tim Winton. As a teenage Jay Gatsby, McAuliffe starred in Baz Luhrmann’s 2013 cinematic adaptation of The Great Gatsby. The following year, Callen appeared in the film Beneath the Harvest Sky (2013).
Before the film was closed, McAuliffe was cast as Archangel Uriel in Alex Proyes’ action film Paradise Lost alongside Djimon Hounsou.
As one of Julian Assange’s teenage peers, Callen made an appearance in Australia in 2012 in a television film titled ‘Underground: The Julian Assange Story’. Kite, a 1998 Japanese animation film starring McAuliffe, Samuel L. Jackson and India Eisley, would be made into a live-action feature, it was confirmed on 3 February 2013. McAuliffe will star as Daniel Ryan in The Legend of Ben Hall, a period drama centered around real accounts of Ben Hall, an Australian bushranger. The Hill Ghost, McAuliffe’s debut novel, was published in 2018.
Clontarf, a suburb of Sydney, is home to Callan McAuliffe. His parents are Claudia Keech and Roger McAuliffe, a novelist and journalist. Callen’s cousin Jacinta John works in the same industry she works in. She is an actress. Colon’s grandparents were Irish.
Scotland College, a boys-only institution in Bellevue Hill, was McAuliffe’s alma mater of choice. He was the school’s lead singer and received top credit in the London Trinity Musical Theater examinations in 2008. His knee injuries forced him to shift his focus from track athletics to the performing arts.
family and personal life
New South Wales, Australia, is where Callen was born to mother Claudia Keech and father Roger McAuliffe who is a writer and journalist. His age will be 26 years in 2022. He celebrates his birthday on 24 January.
There is little information available about Callen’s love life as he prefers to keep his personal life completely private. It is not clear whether he is currently dating anyone or not.
He is a tall man and his pictures hardly do him justice. At 5’11”, he can be said to have a tall frame. He weighs in at 154 lbs or 70 kg.
|Date of birth||January 24, 1995|
|birth place||Sydney, Australia|
|height||5 feet 11 inches|
|family||father father): Roger McAuliffe
Mother: Claudia Keech,
Siblings (Brothers and Sisters): not known
|Relationship Status||not known|
|wife husband||not known|
|eye color||dark brown|
|net worth||USD 5 million (approx)|