Who is Nicholas Galitzine?

Nicholas Dimitri Constantine Galitzine was born on 29 September 1994 under the zodiac sign of Libra, in London, England. He is a 27-year-old actor and singer, probably best recognized for landing the role of Conor Masters in the comedy-drama film “Handsome Devil” (2016), playing Elliott Lefevre in the Netflix horror drama series “Chambers” (2019), and featuring as Prince Robert in the romantic musical film “Cinderella” (2021).

How rich is he, as of now? Nicholas Galitzine Net Worth

As of early 2022, Nicholas Galitzine’s net worth is estimated at over $1 million, earned through his successful involvement in the entertainment industry.

He has worked on more than ten television and film titles since he launched his career in the mid-2010s.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background

Nicholas Galitzine spent his early years in his hometown of London, where he was raised by his father Geoffrey Galitzine, and his mother, Lora (née Papayanni). His father hails from a family of Russian princes, and is an entrepreneur and a former city financier with an interested in the glass-recycling business, while his mother is of Greek-American descent.

He has a sister named Lexi Galitzine, who works as an illustrator and interior stylist. He holds British nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian.

Nicholas developed his love for performing very early, and started singing in a choir when he was 10 years old. After elementary school, he enrolled into Dulwich College, an independent boarding school for boys in London. He later became interested in acting, so he joined a youth theatre company at Pleasance Islington. Besides that, he played soccer and rugby as a kid, and competed in county-level athletics.

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Rise to Fame as an Actor

Nicholas Galitzine launched his professional career as an actor when he made his debut feature film appearance in the lead role of Tom in the 2014 family comedy-drama film “The Beat Beneath My Feet”, which immediately represented his break into the world of acting. The film was directed by John Williams and co-starred with Luke Perry, Lisa Dillon and Verity Pinter; he also performed several songs for the soundtrack of the film.

His TV debut came in 2015, when he appeared as Angelo in the episode “The Legend Of Terrence Graves” of the TNT action crime-drama series “Legends”, after which he was named Star of Tomorrow by Screen International.

In 2016, Nicholas took the role of young violinist Johnnie Blackwell in the romantic musical drama film “High Strung”, next to Keenan Kampa and Jane Seymour, and later that year featured as Conor Masters in the hit Irish sports comedy-drama film “Handsome Devil”, which was directed by John Butler; the film earned critical acclaim and received five Irish Film & Television Award nominations. Nicholas also sang the song “Think For A Minute” for the original soundtrack of the film.

Continued Success

In 2017, Nicholas Galitzine was chosen to play Sorensen Carlisle in the New Zealand fantasy horror-thriller film “The Changeover”, in which he shared the screen with Timothy Spall and Melanie Lynskey.

His next major appearance was during the same year, when he played Mark Fleming in the made-for-TV horror film “The Watcher In The Woods”, based on Florence Engel Randall’s novel of the same title and was broadcast on Lifetime, co-starring Academy Award-winning actress Anjelica Huston.

In 2019, he was cast as A. J. in Pippa Bianco’s coming-of-age drama film “Share”, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was released by HBO Films. His first significant TV role came when he booked the leading role of Elliott Lefevre in the Netflix supernatural horror series “Chambers”, alongside Uma Thurman and Tony Goldwyn in the series which ran for only a single season in 2019.

Recent and Upcoming Projects

In 2020, Nicholas Galitzine starred in the role of bisexual teenager Timmy in the supernatural horror film “The Craft: Legacy”, directed by Zoe Lister-Jones, and starring Michelle Monaghan and David Duchovny, a sequel to the 1996 film “The Craft”. Most recently, he portrayed Prince Robert in the 2021 romantic musical film “Cinderella”, with Camila Cabello in the title role, and based on Charles Perrault’s fairy tale of the same title – he also performed several songs for the film’s soundtrack.

Regarding his upcoming projects, he will play Luke in the romantic drama film “Purple Hearts” next to Sofia Carson and Linden Ashby.

The film is currently under post-production and is set to be released in late-2022. It is also announced that he will appear in the upcoming comedy film “Bottoms”.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Nicholas Galitzine has short light brown hair and dark brown eyes. He stands at a height of 6ft  (1.83m), weighs around 175lbs (80kgs), with vital statistics of 40-30-37, however, information about his biceps size and shoe size isn’t available.

Personal Life, Hobbies, and Other Interests

Nicholas Galitzine isn’t very open when it comes to speak about his personal life, and manages to keep all details about it away from the eye of the public. However, he was rumored to be romantically involved with his “Chambers” co-star Lilli Kay but they have never confirmed that.

Moreover, there were rumors that he dated actress Gideon Adlon, since the two frequently shared their photos on social media; however, they denied that, and stated that they were just close friends. Due to his mysterious love life, many fans believe that he is gay, but he has never addressed those rumors either. It seems that he’s single at the moment, and focused on his professional career. He still resides in London.

Nicholas enjoys spending his spare time traveling the globe.

He is a huge supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement, and he also supports the LGBTQ community.

His favorite films include “The Gladiator”, “Runaway Bride”, and “Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them”; his favorite actors and actresses are Russell Crowe, Julia Roberts and Eddie Redmayne.

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