Jaeden Martell’s biographyJaeden Martell (Lieberher) is a young promising American actor most widely known for his roles in a comedy-drama St. Vincent, drama The Confirmation, and a supernatural horror film It, where he landed a starring role of Bill Denbrough.
Childhood and familyJaeden Wesley Lieberher was born on January 4th 2003, in South Philadelphia to a family of Angela Martell and a renowned executive chef Wes Lieberher. Jaeden is the eldest of four kids – he has two brothers and a sister.
Jaeden is of mixed heritage – his grandmother was Korean while his father comes from German, English, Scottish, Irish, French-Canadian, and Belgian blood.
CareerSoon after the life-changing move, despite lacking any professional acting training, Lieberher began doing commercials. And in 2013, Jaeden was invited to star in a short horror film Grief directed by George Bessudo, the plot of which revolves around a young couple who lost their only child.
In 2015, Jaeden did a voiceover for an episode of the animated sitcom American Dad! and appeared in a romantic comedy Aloha that had an ensemble cast, including Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, John Krasinski, Alec Baldwin, as well as Bill Murray, who had worked with Lieberher a year prior.
In 2017, he also worked on the set of Martin Krejcí’s drama The True Adventures of Wolfboy alongside Chloë Sevigny, John Turturro, and Chris Messina.