|Born||Kieran Kyle Culkin
September 30, 1982
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Parent(s)||Kit Culkin and Patricia Brentrup|
|Relatives||Macaulay Culkin (older brother)
Rory Culkin (younger brother)
Bonnie Bedelia (aunt)
Jazz Charton (spouse 2013-)
Kieran Kyle Culkin (born September 30, 1982) is an American actor. He began his career as a child actor, acting alongside his older brother Macaulay in the Home Alone franchise (1990-92) before going on to feature in films including the 1991 Father of the Bride remake and its 1995 sequel, The Mighty (1998), She's All That, The Cider House Rules (1999), The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys (2002), Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) and Movie 43. His breakout role in Igby Goes Down (2002) received critical acclaim and he was nominated for a Best Actor Golden Globe Award, as well as winning a Critics' Choice Movie Award and Satellite Award. He has also acted on-stage, most notably in several productions of the Kenneth Lonergan play This is Our Youth. He recently portrayed Rye Gerhardt in the second season of Fargo on FX.
Culkin's first film role was a small part alongside his brother, Macaulay, in Home Alone as cousin Fuller McCallister. He continued acting as a child and teenager, mainly working in comedies, including Home Alone 2: Lost in New York and Father of the Bride and its sequel. He also played a role in She's All That as Laney's younger brother, Simon.
As a teenager, he alternated between lead roles in independent films and small parts in mainstream films. He played the title role in the film Igby Goes Down, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award; and previously appeared in the Academy Award-nominated movie Music of the Heart. He also had two lead role in The Mighty as Kevin Dillon.
He played Buff in Eric Bogosian's updated version of SubUrbia at the Second Stage Theatre in New York; and in 2010, Culkin played Scott Pilgrim's 'cool gay roommate' Wallace Wells in the movie Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.
|2000||The Moment When||Wilson||Playwrights Horizons, New York|
|2003||This is Our Youth||Warren||Garrick Theatre, London|
|2004||After Ashley||Justin Hammond||Vineyard Theatre, New York/Obie Award for Performance|
|2007||subUrbia||Buff||Second Stage Theatre, New York|
|2012||This is Our Youth||Dennis||Sydney Opera House|
|2014||This Is Our Youth||Dennis||Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago|
|2014||This Is Our Youth||Dennis||Cort Theatre, New York|
- Kieran Culkin Biography (1982-)
- Ken Lee. "Macaulay Culkin's Sister Killed in Traffic Accident". People.
- "Movie Review: Igby Goes Down, On the Outs With Almost Everything," Stephen Holden, New York Times, September 13, 2002
- David Burke. "Actor picks up marriage license in the Q-C". The Quad-City Times. Retrieved 29 January 2016.
- "The Revival of Kieran Culkin: A Reluctant Star Seizes the Spotlight". The Daily Beast. Retrieved 29 January 2016.
- ""Grown Ups 2" leads Razzies worst film list". CBS News. 15 January 2014. Retrieved 15 January 2014.
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