Biography of Dane DeHaanDane William Dehaan is an American actor, best known for his roles in «The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro», «Chronicle», «A Cure for Wellness», «Tulip Fever». Net worth: ~$750 thousand.
ChildhoodDane Dehaan was born on February 6, 1986 in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Jeff, the boy's father, was a computer programmer, and mother, Cynthia, worked as a manager at the Knoll furniture company. Dane also has an older sister Meghann. In an interview with the New York Times Magazine, he described his childhood as «very normal, super-supportive childhood».
He developed an interest in acting during high school. He attended high school in Emmaus, where was a good community theater.
He transferred to The University of North Carolina School of the Arts for his senior year of high school. «Here I was surrounded by artists for the first time», Dane subsequently remembered. He continued his studies, graduating in 2008. During the years of study, he made his debut on the big stage, being an understudy for Haley Osment in the short-lived Broadway revival «American Buffalo».
Actor’s careerFor the first time, Dane was under the sights of the cameras at the age of twenty, starring in one of the episodes of the hit series «Law & Order: Special Victims Unit». Then the guy appeared in the musical comedy «A.K.A.: It's a Wiley World!» by Zeke Zelker.
According to Zoomboola.com, in 2008, Dane got an episodic role in the popular series «In Treatment». Famous directors paid attention to the actor, in spite of the fact that his character was on the screen for a short period of time. He also had met with such stars as Gabriel Byrne, Dianne Wiest and Michelle Forbes.
In the period of 2008 to 2010, Dane played only secondary roles. He appeared in such films as «At Risk», «The Front», «Amigo» and in the fantastic series «True Blood». At the end of the year, he got the lead role in the short film «The Layla Project». He played a young man who decided to kiss his best friend, and the embarrassing situation radically changed the girl's life.
The actor became famous after the release of the science-fiction film «Chronicle». The film was about three friends who have gained superpowers after the fall of the meteorite. Over time, they could move things with their mind, fly, became incredibly powerful. As often happens, the power overshadowed by common sense and one of the main characters (Alex Russell) went crazy. Whether the brute force or the common sense will be a major? - It has to be clarified by the audience. The film turned out to be dynamic and interesting. Critics and viewers appreciated the film and Dane’s acting.
In 2013, Dane, together with Daniel Radcliffe and Ben Foster, starred in the drama film «Kill Your Darlings». The story of this film described the real events that occurred during the Second World War. Dehaan got one of the main characters - Lucien Carr, who was one of the founders of the Beat Generation. In the story, after enrolling at Columbia University, he met Jack Kerouac, and then their teacher William Burroughs. Friends have fun until the secrets of Lucien's life come to the surface.
In September of the same year, the thriller «Devil's Knot» was released, in which Dane turned into one of the main characters. The plot of the film: local authorities have accused teenagers of a triple murder, arguing that they like hard rock. A local lawyer comes to help young boys, trying to get to the bottom of the truth.
A month later, he got the lead role in the documentary concert film «Metallica Through the Never». He has turned into a team assistant of Metallica band. The character of the film had to deliver a package for the musical band, and on the way, he would have to endure a lot of adventures.
In April 2014, a new film about Spider-Man «The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro» was released in which Dane got the villain role of the Goblin. The young actor Andrew Garfield played Spider-Man.
In 2015, DeHaan starred in the biographical drama film «Life». He was playing the famous American actor James Dean and endured many setbacks on the way to success and recognition on his behalf.
In 2017, Dane DeHaan appeared in the psychological thriller «A Cure for Wellness». His character Lockhart was sent by the company board to return his boss from a wellness center in the Swiss Alps. He couldn’t accomplish the mission and finds himself in this center after the car accident, where he was being asked to test an experimental method of treatment.
The second film with his participation was drama «Tulip fever» in 2017. It’s a romantic film about a young artist who is hired to draw a portrait of a young girl Sofia. During his work, he falls in love with a girl and brings upon himself the wrath of her husband. Many talented actors starred in the film: except Dane DeHaan, appeared the names of Alicia Vikander, Christoph Waltz and even comedy star Zach Galifianakis.
A science-fiction adventure film «Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets» by Luc Besson, starring Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne, was released on July 2017. Their characters are intergalactic agents in the distant future, where the natives of different planets peacefully coexist on one space station. The film was based on a series of French comics «Valerian» which publishing since 1967.
Personal life of Dane DeHaanThe first and the only love of the talented actor is his colleague Anna Wood.
Two love hearts met in 2006, and in 2012 they officially became husband and wife. The girl appeared in the episodes of «Cold Case», «Mad Men», «Reckless», and together with her husband starred in «Chronicle».
In November 2016, the happy couple has announced that they are expecting their first child. Before, they had brought up only a dog named Franny. In April 2017, they became parents of a cute baby girl called Bowie Rose.
At the end of 2019, Dane told about an expecting of the second child, a boy.
Dane DeHaan NowIn 2019, Dane Dehaan played the famous Billy the Kid in drama western "The Kid" by Vincent D'Onofrio, along with Chris Pratt and Ethan Hawke.
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