- 31 October 1982
- Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada
On the big screen, Chatwin recently wrapped production on Warner Bros.' Dax Shepard-directed feature, CHIPS, in which he stars opposite Vincent D'Onofrio And Michael Pena. He has also wrapped production on four independent films: THE SCENT OF RAN & LIGHTENING, along with Maika Monroe, Maggie Grace and Will Patton; the quirky comedy, UNLEASHED, opposite Kate Micucci, Steve Howey and Sean Astin; the romantic comedy NO STRANGER THAN LOVE, along with Alison Brie and Colin Hanks; and the independent drama WE DON'T BELONG HERE, in which he stars alongside Catherine Keener, Anton Yelchin, Cary Elwes and Maya Rudolph. He will next be seen in the independent drug thriller, URGE, opposite Pierce Brosnan. Chatwin's additional film credits include BANG BANG BABY (TIFF, 2014) with Jane Levy; FUNKYTOWN, in which he starred opposite Patrick Huard and Paul Doucet; DRAGONBALL, the film adaptation of the Japanese manga phenomenon; John Stockwell's romantic comedy MIDDLE OF NOWHERE, also starring Susan Sarandon and Eva Amurri; THE INVISIBLE, with Marcia Gay Harden; Steven Spielberg's re-telling of the H.G. Wells classic, WAR OF THE WORLDS, in which he starred opposite Tom Cruise and Dakota Fanning; the independent film THE CHUMSCRUBBER, also starring Ralph Fiennes, Glenn Close, Rita Wilson and Allison Janney; and TAKING LIVES with Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke. Recently, Chatwin appeared in the dr. Who Christmas special as "the ghost" along side Peter Capaldi and Matt Lucas as well as The CBS summer series "American Gothic". Chatwin is perhaps best known for his role as "Jimmy/Steve" on the critically-acclaimed Showtime drama series "Shameless." He was seen in BBC America's hit series, "Orphan Black" in which he played savvy drug-dealer, Jason Kellerman. Chatwin first garnered recognition for his starring role in the in the USA miniseries, "Traffic," directed by Stephen Hopkins. Based on his performance in the program, Newsweek magazine singled him out as an "Actor to Watch." Additional television credits include roles on "Lost" and "Weeds." Chatwin was born and raised on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Besides acting, his passion sits with environmental and social issues. As well as motorcycles.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|American Gothic||June 22, 2016|