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Callan Wilson

Callan Wilson, age 17, from Atlanta, Georgia, started acting at the age of 10. He has had several starring and supporting roles in short films, feature films and commercials. At the age of 12, he was cast in the short Timmy Muldoon and the Search for the Shadoweyes Bandit with Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding Jr.

Some of his more notable credits include a small supporting role opposite Owen Wilson in the 20th Century Fox feature film The Internship directed by Shawn Levy, the Lionsgate Home Entertainment feature A Mermaids Tale and as the younger version of Tom Cruise's character in the Universal Pictures feature American Made directed by Doug Liman. He was honored to portray Jesse Hughes in the incredible true-life story of Patrick Henry Hughes titled I Am Potential with many other notable actors.

In 2015, he was one of the youngest actors to receive a Best Actor nomination from the AFA Truth Awards. He has upcoming supporting roles in Fox 2000 Pictures The Hate U Give and NBC series Good Girls.

Callan attends high school where he is a member of the varsity lacrosse team, Beta Club and National Honor Society.

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