Jaeden Martell is an American actor. He starred in Bill Denbrough in the 2017 and 2019 adaptation of the Stephen King It novel. He also appeared in the mysterious film Knives Out and starred on the miniseries Defending Jacob.
|Born||Jaeden Lieberher, January 04, 2003, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.|
|Parent(s)||Wes Lieberher, Angela Martell|
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The actor is known for his lead roles in the 2017 films It and The Book of Henry. He has also played roles in notable films such as St. Vincent, Midnight Special, The Confirmation, Aloha and Knives Out. He also starred in the third season of Masters of Sex.
He and his family moved to Los Angeles in 2011 without knowing that acting would be his future. He participated in advertisements to encroach on the domain of the theater.
His role in St. Vincent earned him the Las Vegas Film Critics Association Sierra Award for Best Young Cinema and the Phoenix Film Critics Association Award for Best Performance by a Bar. In 2018, he changed his last name from Lieberher to Martell.
He has worked with Bill Murray in St. Vincent and Aloha.
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Latest information about Jaeden Martell updated on May 10 2021.