DeHaan at the San Diego Comic-Con International in July 2016
|Born||Dane William DeHaan
February 6, 1986
Allentown, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Alma mater||University of North Carolina School of the Arts|
|Spouse(s)||Anna Wood (m. 2012)|
Dane William DeHaan (// də-HAHN; born February 6, 1986) is an American actor. He is known for playing Jesse on the HBO series In Treatment, and for his roles in the films Chronicle (2012), The Place Beyond the Pines (2013), Kill Your Darlings (2013), The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) and Life (2015).
DeHaan was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania. His father, Jeff, is a computer programmer, and his mother, Cynthia Boscia, is an executive at Knoll Furniture. He has an older sister, Meghann, and had what the New York Times Magazine has described as a "very normal, super-supportive childhood". He attended Emmaus High School in Emmaus, Pennsylvania, for three years and appeared in community theater. He switched to the University of North Carolina School of the Arts for his senior year of high school, where he was "around artists for the first time." He continued at UNCSA for undergraduate studies, graduating in 2008.
He has Dutch, German, Italian, English, and smaller amounts of Welsh and Scots-Irish, ancestry. His surname is Dutch ("De Haan" or "de Haan" means "The Rooster" in Dutch).
DeHaan got his start on stage as understudy for Haley Joel Osment in the short-lived Broadway revival of American Buffalo. In 2008, he made his television debut, guest-appearing on an episode of Law & Order Special Victims Unit, and his 2010 feature film debut in John Sayles' Amigo. He played Jesse in the third season of In Treatment and played Timbo in the fourth season of True Blood.
In 2012, DeHaan starred in the camcorder drama film Chronicle, and as Cricket in Lawless. In 2013, he played Lucien Carr in Kill Your Darlings, a role for which he has received critical acclaim. He was the cover star of Hero (magazine) issue 10, shot by Hedi Slimane and published in October 2013. In 2014, Annie Leibovitz photographed DeHaan for a Prada clothing "men’s spring advertising campaign". Also that year, he played Harry Osborn, in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Zach Orfman in Life After Beth.
Also in 2015, DeHaan was set to portray Karl Rove in the comedy Young Americans, reuniting him with Kill Your Darlings co-star and director Daniel Radcliffe and John Krokidas, respectively, but did not go along because of scheduling and was recast.
DeHaan will also appear in the independent drama film Two Lovers and a Bear as Roman with Tatiana Maslany as Lucy. The film is set in a small town near the North Pole where roads lead to nowhere, the story follows Roman and Lucy, two burning souls who come together to make a leap for life and inner peace.
On May 12, 2015, Luc Besson announced on Twitter that DeHaan will star in his science fiction film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets with Cara Delevingne. The film is scheduled for a 2017 release.
Appearances in other media
|2010||At Risk||Cal Tradd|
|2012||Jack & Diane||Chris|
|2012||Place Beyond the Pines, TheThe Place Beyond the Pines||Jason Kancam|
|2012||Lincoln||Second White Soldier|
|2013||Kill Your Darlings||Lucien Carr|
|2013||Devil's Knot||Chris Morgan|
|2013||Metallica: Through the Never||Trip|
|2014||Life After Beth||Zach Orfman|
|2014||The Amazing Spider-Man 2||Green Goblin / Harry Osborn|
|2015||Knight of Cups||Paul|
|2016||Two Lovers and a Bear||Roman|
|2016||Tulip Fever||Jan Van Loos||Completed|
|2017||A Cure for Wellness||Post-production|
|2017||Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets||Valérian||Filming|
|2008||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Vincent Beckwith||Episode: "Lunacy"|
|2010||In Treatment||Jesse D'Amato||7 episodes|
|2011||True Blood||Timbo||3 episodes|
|2013||Metallica: Through the Never||Metallica|
|2014||I Bet My Life||Imagine Dragons|
Awards and nominations
|2013||Hamptons International Film Festival||Breakthrough Performer||Kill Your Darlings||Won|
|Gotham Awards||Breakthrough Award||Nominated|
|2014||BAFTA Awards||EE Rising Star Award||Nominated|
|2010||Obie Award||Obie Award for Performance||The Aliens||Won|
- "Dane DeHaan on Twitter". Twitter. Retrieved June 7, 2015.
Stated by Dehaan on a Twitter post. Noted that this is his official and verified account.
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