Samuel Bower Wiki Bio

British actor and music composer Samuel ‘Sam’ Bower was born under the zodiac sign Pisces on 21 February 1994, in London, England. He has only a single acting credit: Samuel voiced Young Turner Vocal in the 2007 action adventure fantasy movie “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End”, which Gore Verbinski directed, and which starred Johnny Depp, Kiera Knightley and Orlando Bloom. It follows Elizabeth Swann, Will Turner and Captain Barbossa as they’re sailing towards the edge of the ocean, and the film won 23 of its 74 award nominations, including Oscar nominations for Best Achievement in Visual Effects, and Best Achievement in Makeup.

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Samuel’s also known for being the younger brother of Jamie Campbell Bower, a famous British actor with nearly 30 credits to his name, while he’s perhaps known best for playing Jace in the 2013 action adventure fantasy movie “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones”.

Early life and education

Samuel grew up in London alongside his brother Jamie, and the boys were raised by their mother Anne Elizabeth Roseberry who’s a music manager and father David Bower who works at the Gibson Guitar Corporation; Sir John Campbell of Airds, Lieutenant Governor of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is Samuel’s great-great-great-great-grandfather.

Samuel attended a local high school in London, and was into several activities during his time there as he took dance lessons, learned to play the guitar and appeared in various school plays. He matriculated in 2012, and even though he’s yet to talk about his further education, most of Samuel’s fans believe that he enrolled at college, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 2015.

Samuel’s career

Samuel and his brother Jamie launched their punk rock band Counterfeit in 2014, and the following year saw the release of their debut single “Come Get Some”; their debut album “Together We Are Stronger” came out in 2017, but the band broke up in 2020.

Sam then went on to work on his solo career, and in 2020 composed the music for the short film “The Companion”, while the year 2022 saw him compose for the short movie “Beben”.

Love life and marriage

Even though Samuel prefers to keep the details of his love life to himself, we know that he’s today married to German non-celebrity Venus Nemitz. The two met in 2015 and exchanged vows a couple of years later; Samuel hasn’t talked about how they met, but it’s believed that they were introduced by a mutual friend at a party in London. The two are today living together in Berlin, Germany – they don’t have children.

There are no other girls whom Samuel’s been with, that we know about.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Samuel’s followed by nearly 60,000 people on Instagram, and has posted close to 70 pictures and videos, with most of these featuring him during his everyday life, whether he’s playing billiard, spending time in nature or cycling.

He’s physically quite active as he often plays various sports with his friends, excelling in soccer.

Samuel became passionate about travelling during his time with Counterfeit as they went all around Europe to perform; he’s also been to various US states and Asian countries, and his favorite city to travel to is Tokyo, Japan.

Russell Crowe is one of Samuel’s favorite actors, and a couple of his favorite movies include “The Pope’s Exorcist”, “A Beautiful Mind” and “The Nice Guys”.

Net worth, height and age

Samuel’s age is 29. He’s 6ft (1.82m) tall, weighs around 175lbs (79kgs), and his eyes and hair are brown.

Samuel’s net worth’s been estimated at over $200,000, as of January 2024.

Who is his brother Jamie?

James Metcalfe Campbell ‘Jamie’ Bower was born under the zodiac sign Sagittarius on 22 November 1988 in London, England. He gained recognition when he played Jace, one of the lead characters in the 2013 action adventure fantasy movie “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones”, directed by Harald Zwart, and which also starred Lily Collins and Robert Sheehan. It follows Clary Fray whose mother’s gone missing, while she’s now discovered that she’s destined to protect Earth from demons; the film won six of its 17 award nominations.

Jamie grew up being interested in various activities, but was mostly into acting and singing; he was still a child when he began playing the violin. He studied at Bedales School, from which he matriculated in 2007, and was then a member of both the National Youth Theatre and the National Youth Music Theatre.

Jamie was 18 when he made his debut film appearance, playing Douglas in the 2007 comedy “The Dinner Party”, and the same year saw him portray Anthony in the evergreen musical horror “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”, which starred Helena Bonham Carter, Johnny Depp and Alan Rickman, and was directed by Tim Burton. It follows a barber who’s been let out of jail and has now begun killing people to avenge his dead wife; the movie won 35 of its 111 award nominations, including an Oscar win for Best Achievement in Art Direction.

A couple of Jamie’s following roles were in the 2008 historical war drama “Winter in Wartime”, the 2008 crime action thriller “RocknRolla” and the 2009 fantasy adventure “The Twilight Saga: New Moon”; the year 2009 also saw him make his TV series debut, playing a supporting character in all six episodes of the thriller science fiction mini-series “The Prisoner”.

In 2010, Jamie portrayed Young Gellert Grindelwald in the hit family fantasy adventure movie “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”, directed by David Yates, and which starred Rupert Grint, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson. It follows Hermione, Ron and Harry as they’re trying to destroy the Horcruxes as it’s the only way to stop the evil wizard Voldemort, and the film won 15 of its 70 award nominations, including two Oscar nominations for Best Achievement in Art Direction and Best Achievement in Visual Effects.

Some of Jamie’s most recent roles have been in the 2019 episode “Mick Jagger and Princess Margaret” of the biographical adventure comedy series “Urban Myths”, six episodes of the short animated adventure series “Thomas & Friends” from 2016 through 2020 (voice role), and nine episodes of the 2022 fantasy horror series “Stranger Things”.

Jamie’s won two awards: a 2019 Olympus Film Festival Grand Jury Prize for Best Actor and a 2019 Madrid International Film Festival Award for Best Lead Actor, both for his performance in the 2019 romantic film “Six Days of Sistine”.

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