|Celebrated Name:||Daniel Kaluuya|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Daniel Kaluuya|
|Age:||32 years old|
|Birth Date:||24 February 1989|
|Birth Place:||London, United States|
|Marital Status:||In a relationship|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||No|
|Dating/Girlfriend (Name):||Yes (Amandla Crichlow)|
|Is Daniel Kaluuya Gay?:||No|
|Net Worth in 2021:||$2 Million|
|Last Updated:||July 2021|
Daniel Kaluuya is an English film and TV actor and writer. He is well known for his leading role in the horror movie “Get Out.” He also starred in the movies Black Panther and Widows. He earned nominations from Academy awards, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild for his leading performance.
Kaluuya wrote the first two seasons of the British television series Skins (2007-09) and appeared in the same. His TV series includes BBC drama, Shoot the Messenger (2006), The Whistle-blowers (2007), and Comedy: Shuffle (2007). He has also done minor roles in Johnny English Reborn (2011), Kick-Ass 2 (2013), and Sicario (2015).
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Early Life & Biography
Daniel Kaluuya was born on 24th February 1989 in London, England, UK. His parents Damalie Nausoke and Stephen Kaluuya, are from Uganda, later they emigrated to the UK. His father returned his home country, but his mother stayed in London and raised Kaluuya on a council estate along with his older sister. His father lived back in Uganda and rarely visited his family due to visa regulations.
He went to a Catholic boy’s school named St. Aloysius College, Highgate, North London. He was interested in writing from a very young age. He wrote his first play at the age of nine, which was a competition winner, and performed at London’s Hampstead Theatre. At the age of 19, he was trained at Anna Scher Theatre School in London.
Daniel Kaluuya lives in West London. He is a strong supporter of Arsenal FC, and he loves grime music. At the age of 16, he used to work as a runner for a cable TV shopping channel, where his job was to get coffee for everybody. At the same time, he started acting in a TV movie called Shoot The Messenger with David Oyelowo. Kaluuya also faced racism as he didn’t get many roles because of his skin color.
Kaluuya was seen with his girlfriend Amandla at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards ceremony, where he was nominated for his performance in getting Out. The couple’s relationship has been very private, so there is not much we know about his relationships. Kaluuya has his production company 59%. The company has signed an exclusive first deal with Paramount Pictures Film.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 24 February 1989, Daniel Kaluuya is 32 years old as of today’s date 25th July 2021. His height is 1.74 m tall, and his weight is 76 kg.
Daniel Kaluuya began acting as a child in Anna Scher School. He wrote his first play at the age of 9 and started performing improvisational theatre. He made his television debut in BBC drama Shoot the Messenger (2006). He starred and wrote the first two seasons of British TV series Skins, where he portrayed the character, Kenneth, also known as Post Kenneth.
He then appeared as a guest star in other TV series like Delta Forever (2008), Silent Witness (2008), the Doctor Who special episode Planet of the Dead (2009), and Lewis (2009). Kaluuya also starred the play Oxford Street (2008), which was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award. He followed up with starring in the sketch show That Mitchell and Webb Look, and “Parking Pataweyo” in the sketch show Harry and Paul. He also appeared as a regular cast member in ITV comedy FM (2009).
He starred as “Michael Fry,” as known as “Tea Leaf” in sitcom Psychoville (2009-11). In 2010, Kaluuya starred in the theatre play Sucker Punch (2010) at the Royal Court Theatre, London, and Blue/Orange (2016). Kaluuya starred as “Chris Washington” in the comedy horror “Get Out.” He had supporting roles in the films Johnny English Reborn (2011), thriller film Sicario (2015), and Kick-Ass 2 (2013).
He also did several short films like Much Ado About a Minor Thing (2007), Baby (2010), Beginning (2012), and Jonah (2013). In 2011, He played the role of Mac Armstrong in BBC3’s supernatural drama series The Fades and the anthology series Black Mirror. In 2016, he appeared in Marvel’s film, Black Panther. He was also seen in the heist movie Widows (2018) and the road trip/crime movie Queen and Slim (2009).
Awards & Achievements
Kaluuya achieved international recognition and acclaim for his movie “Get Out.” He was nominated for the Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, SAG Award, and BAFTA Award for Best Actor. In 2018, he won the BAFTA Rising Star Award. For his work in Sucker Punch Kaluuya received critical acclaim winning the Critics’ Circle Theatre Award and Evening Standard Award for Outstanding Newcomer. He was also nominated for the 90th Academy Awards for his performance in “Get Out.”
In 2017, for his outstanding performance in the movie “Get Out,” Kaluuya received MTV Movie and TV Awards. For the same movie, he received the Black Reel Awards in 2018 for Outstanding Actor and Outstanding Breakthrough Performance, Male. In 2019 for Black Panther, he received Screen Actors Guild Awards for outstanding performance by a cast in a Motion Picture.
Net Worth & Salary of Daniel Kaluuya in 2021
The majority of Kaluuya’s wealth has been obtained from his impressive list of roles he has starred in through his film and television career. “Get Out” grossed about $250 million worldwide, and Black Panther went on to earn over $1 billion worldwide as of July 2021. As of now, Daniel Kaluuya’s net worth is $2 Million.
Daniel Kaluuya has found great success working as an actor and writer. He comes from a very ordinary background. Even after facing issues with racism, he never stopped working and proved his versatility. He has always made fearless and bold choices as an actor. He is one of the youngest people to write an episode of primetime drama anywhere in the world. Kaluuya received international recognition for his outstanding work in getting Out, Black Panther, and TV series Skins.