Who is Callum Turner? Meet the actor from The Capture and War & Peace

Who is Callum Turner? Meet the actor from The Capture and War & Peace

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CALLUM Turner is currently wowing viewers on new BBC One drama The Capture.

The actor is becoming well known for TV work – we take a look at his career so far.

Callum Turner is a British actor who is wowing viewers on BBC’s The Capture

Who is Callum Turner?

Callum is an English actor and model born on February 15, 1990.

He is a TV and film actor, who is known for his movie roles as Theseus Scamander in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and Bill Rohan in Queen and Country.

In an interview at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, Callum revealed that his mother inspired him into becoming an actor and that she generated a love of film inside of him.

He started his career in 2010, modelling for companies such as Next and Reebok, and in his first acting role for the short student film Think of England for the University of Hertfordshire.

He starred in War & Peace alongside Lily James

What TV work has Callum Turner done?

Callum has made quite a name for himself in TV.

His roles include:

  • ITV’s Leaving playing Aaron in 2010
  • ITV’s The Town playing Ashley in 2012
  • Showtime’s The Borgias playing Calvino in 2013
  • BBC’s Ripper Street as Phillip in 2013
  • E4’s Glue playing Eli in 2014
  • ITV’s War & Peace as Anatole Kuragin in 2016
Callum stars in new BBC drama The Capture
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Who is Callum Turner’s girlfriend?

Of course a star like Callum needs a star girlfriend – and that he does.

He has been dating the gorgeous actress Vanessa Kirby since 2015.

Vanessa is best known for playing Princess Margaret on The Crown.

When does The Capture start?

The six-part thriller, which sees Callum play the lead character of Shaun Emery, continues TONIGHT (September 10, 2019)

You can catch it on BBC One from 9pm to 10pm.

Each episode will be available to watch on the BBC iPlayer once it has aired on television.

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