Calum Worthy

D.O.B: Jan 28, 1991 | Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

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Worthy was born in and currently lives in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and goes to Claremont Secondary School - commuting to auditions and for work in the film and TV industry. He decided that he wanted to become an actor at the age of four, after watching Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone.

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Worthy was born in and currently lives in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and goes to Claremont Secondary School - commuting to auditions and for work in the film and TV industry. He decided that he wanted to become an actor at the age of four, after watching Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone. A triple threat, he started training in voice and dance and began performing in theatrical plays and musicals, at the age of 5. When he was 9 he was accepted into the Tarlington Training professional childrens program in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he studied for 3 years. He made his screen debut as a guest star in Foxs Night Visions (directed by Bill Pullman). At the age of 10 he booked his first leading role, starring in the BBC mini-series I Was A Rat with Brenda Fricker and Tom Conti. In 2003, he worked on the six episode HBO mini-series Out of Order, playing a young Eric Stoltz. Later that year, he booked a lead in the comedy National Lampoons Thanksgiving Family Reunion for which he won a 2004 Young Artist Award for Best Performance by a Leading Young Actor in a Television Production. He also was nominated for another Young Artist Award in 2006 for Best Performance in a Short Film for the short film When Jesse Was Born. In 2004, he landed a recurring role in the ABC TV series The Days and made a guest appearance on Stargate Atlantis. In 2005, Worthy worked on the third in installment of the Dr. Dolittle series, Dr.