Caleb Landry Jones as Bobby Wiggins
Caleb Landry Jones was named one of Ten Actors to Watch by both Variety and The Hollywood Reporter. He is currently shooting Bios, opposite Tom Hanks and directed by Miguel Sapochnik. He recently wrapped on The Outpost, directed by Rod Lurie and co-starring Scott Eastwood and Orlando Bloom. Prior to that, he had roles in Lone Scherfig's new project The Kindness of Strangers, which opened this year's Berlin Film Festival.
His film Friday's Child, directed by A.J. Edwards, premiered at SXSW last year. Caleb can be seen in Martin McDonagh's Oscar-nominated Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, opposite Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell, for which Caleb was a recipient of both the SAG Award and Critics Choice Award for Best Ensemble. Caleb also co-starred in Jordan Peele's Oscar-nominated directorial debut Get Out for Blumhouse Pictures, as well as Doug Liman's American Made, opposite Tom Cruise, and Sean Baker's The Florida Project, opposite Willem Dafoe.
Caleb starred in Antiviral, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, had its North American premiere at Toronto and was released by IFC Films. He starred opposite Sarah Gadon and Malcolm McDowell in Brandon Cronenberg's directorial debut for which he won Best Canadian First Feature at Toronto, and for which Caleb's performance was cited as one of the best performances of 2012 by IndieWire, alongside the likes of Daniel Day Lewis, Joaquin Phoenix, Denis Lavant, and Michele Williams.
Caleb also co-starred in Josh and Bennie Safdie's Heaven Knows What, which was awarded the Tokyo Grand Prize at the Tokyo International Film Festival after premiering in Venice and screening at Toronto and New York. He also co-starred in Queen and Country for director John Boorman, which premiered at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, and was featured in John Slattery's directorial debut, God's Pocket, with Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Other films Caleb is featured in include Gerardo Naranjo's English-language debut, Viena and the Fantones, opposite Dakota Fanning and Evan Rachel Wood; Roland Emmerich's Stonewall; and John Michael McDonagh's film War on Everyone, opposite Theo James and Michael Pena.
Caleb starred opposite Saoirse Ronan, Gemma Arteton and Sam Riley in Neil Jordan's Byzantium, released by IFC Films, in which he played a young man dying of leukemia and struggling with his mortality. He also co-starred in Fox's summer blockbuster X-Men: First Class and in Universal's box-office hit Contraband opposite Mark Wahlberg and Kate Beckinsale.
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