Theo James Biography Essay

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Everyone knows who portrayed the role of "Jed Harper" in the movie Bedlam, "Four" in the film adaptation of Veronica Roth's novel, Divergent, to name few,he is no other than Theo James (Theo Taptiklis). James was born on 16 december, 1984, in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK to the parents Jane I. and Philip J. Taptiklis.Theo's ethnicity is English, Scottish and Greek.His religious belief is unknown.His age is now 35 years old.
Theo has the looks of James Franco, an American actor, director, teacher, screenwriter and producer. Even paparazzi has mistaken him as a James Franco.
James is the youngest among the five siblings,he has two brothers and two sisters.He did his schooling from only ...view middle of the document...

The details about his work and biography can also be assessed through wiki. The heartthrob Theo can be seen barefoot in Bedlam for a few times in first two episodes.
Screen International awarded him as a "Star Of Tomorrow" in 2009 after appearing in ITV's "Case Sensitive". Theo has previously worked as a bartender and a lifeguard. He also workd for the National Health Sciences in England, where he entered the homes of a deceased people and cleaned any bodily fluids left behind.
James has an athletic body built,which measures 45 inches chest, 15.5 inches arms/biceps and 34 inches in waist, which can woo any women.He weigh about 70 kgs.His height is 6 feet and 1 inch tall. His hot body combined with the brown eyes and brown hair makes him a perfect package of a hollywood actor.His shirtless pictures can grab attention of any person.
The actor won the heart of his co-star Shailene Woodley at the audition of Divergent. Shailene is the co-star of Theo in Divergent.After that,Theo and Shailene were rumored to be dating each other. The couple also shares a sizzling onscreen chemistry. Theo has trained himself physically for the movie Divergent. He also prepared himself for the stunts . James joined the British Academy of Dramatic Combat to prepare himself for the actions that his role...

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