Sam Claflin Wiki – Sam Claflin Bio
Sam Claflin British actor is sure to get the attention he deserves from Netflix’s “Love Wedding Repeat”. He was born on June 27, 1986, in Ipswich, Suffolk, England, as the son of a financial adviser and a school assistant. When he was young, he became enthusiastic about soccer and was a member of the Norwich City Football Club School of Excellence. Initially, he aspired to become a footballer, but at age 16 after an injury, he broke his ankle so he abandoned his dream. Later, she decided to pursue her main acting career and also thanks to the encouragement of a high school teacher who noticed her acting skills.
Sam Claflin Wife
Sam married the famous “Transformers: The Last Knight” actress, Laura Haddock, in July 2013 in a very private wedding ceremony. They both have two children, one of whom is a boy named Pip (born in 2015) and a cute girl (born in 2018). However, in August 2019, the couple decided to separate and divorce. The two met for the first time while auditioning for the movie “My Week with Marilyn” and after watching it, he fell in love with her. He quickly told his agent that he found the love of his life and even said in an interview that,
“She’s my female counterpart is the best way to describe her. She is my mum, she reminds me of my mum so much which I think – a guy will know, right? It’s important. Your mum knows like everything.”
Sam Claflin Career
He made his acting debut as Richard von Shiring in the television miniseries “The Pillars of the Earth”. Following this, he was included in the fourth of one of the most beloved movie sequels, Pirates of the Caribbean – On Stranger Tides for the role of missionary Philip who fell in love with a mermaid. After this, he contributed to more than 30 productions both on TV and in movies and gained a lot of fame and a large following. His most recent appearance was in Jack’s lead role in “Love Wedding Repeat,” which will premiere on Netflix.
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