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An Australian actor, Samuel Henry John Worthington was born on August 2, 1976. He is known for several characters including Jake Sully in Avatar and Marcus Wright in Terminator Salvation. Sam was interested in acting since his childhood. He attended John Curtin College of the Arts and later on he auditioned for the National Institute of Dramatic Art and was accepted with a scholarship. Worthington earned major breakthrough in his acting career from the 2004 film Somersault. He as well received Australia’s highest film award for his lead role in the film. Following that, he starred in the film Macbeth and Australian TV series Love My Way. Sam’s international film career began with a small role in Hollywood production The Great Raid. Since then, Worthington performed various roles in numerous films and television series such as Clash of the Titans, Wrath of the Titans, Everest, The Shack and The Surgeon. As far as his personal life is concerned, Sam Worthington has been married to Australian model, Lara Bingle since 2014.
Body Measurements Table
All body measurements you might be interested in can be found in the table below. For example height, weight and dress size.
|Height||178 cm, 5′ 10″|
|Weight||80 kg, 176 pounds|
|Shoe Size (US)||unknown|
Making films is my hobby. It relaxes me; it is my life, and it’s one of the best jobs in the world. I go to work and solve problems, fight robots, kill aliens, and kiss beautiful women. I’m a very lucky man.
You can write whatever you want about me in websites and newspapers, but no one really knows me. They get the idea that I’m a tough, heroic figure, but I’m a sensitive pussycat.
I installed anti-rust roofing into homes in Cairns. I packed boxes at Baby Barn. I was even a Manny! Mate, I know more about braiding hair and My Little Pony than most men, I can tell ya.
When you’re in trouble, all you need is your bank card and passport, and you’re fine.
It’s a fine line. If you withhold too much, you come across as wooden – as I’ve often been described in some movies. Fair enough. I believe that the best performances are the ones that an audience has to search for.