Who is Dylan Arnold?
American actor Dylan Arnold was born in Seattle, Washington State USA, on 11 February 1994, making Aquarius his zodiac sign. He has 35 acting credits, and is perhaps known best for portraying Cameron Elam in the 2018 crime horror thriller movie “Halloween”, which starred Jamie Lee Curtis and Judy Greer, and was directed by David Gordon Green. It follows Michael Myers who’s been haunting Laurie Strode since he nearly killed her on Halloween 40 years earlier, and the movie won four of its 31 award nominations.
Dylan’s today highly active in the movie industry and is currently shooting for the upcoming films “April 29, 1992” and “Oppenheimer”, as well as for the upcoming mini-series “Lady in the Lake”.
Education and early life
Dylan was raised alongside his brother Jordan in Seattle, by their mother Laurie and father Steve Arnold; Laurie’s an author and video game designer, but their father’s profession hasn’t been disclosed.
Dylan became interested in acting while attending a local high school, after his drama teacher persuaded him to appear in a school play. He was 16 when he made his debut film appearance, portraying Jared Boy in the 2010 short romantic comedy “Shortcomings”, and he’s been active in the film industry ever since.
Dylan nevertheless continued pursuing education; he matriculated in 2012 and then enrolled at University of North Carolina’s School of the Arts, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in 2016.
Roles in movies
Dylan portrayed Clark in the 2010 short comedy “On the Brightside”, and was then cast to appear in the 2011 short family comedy “Rockstars: The Pete Weaver Experience”, the 2012 comedy “Fat Kid Rules the World” and the 2012 short comedy “Doghouse”.
He played Patrick in the 2014 romantic comedy “Laggies”, which starred Keira Knightley and Chloe Grace Moretz, and was directed by Lynn Shelton. It follows Megan who panicked when her boyfriend asked her to marry him, and is thus now spending a week hiding from him; the movie won one of its two award nominations. Dylan could then have been seen appearing in the 2014 sports drama “4 Minute Mile”, the 2014 crime thriller “7 Minutes” and the 2016 short crime drama “The Coat, the Check, and the Trial”.
He played Carl Atwood in the critically acclaimed 2017 war drama “Mudbound”, which starred Carey Mulligan and Jason Mitchell, and was directed by Dee Rees. It follows two men who’ve come home to Mississippi from World War II, and the movie won 36 of its 153 award nominations, including four Oscar nominations, some of which for Best Achievement in Cinematography, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role (Mary J. Blige).
Some of Dylan’s most recent movie roles have been in the 2021 horror thriller “Halloween Kills”, and in 2022 the short romantic drama “(Manic)quin” and the drama “Disfluency”.
Roles in TV series
Dylan’s appeared in only a couple of TV series. His debut was playing Young Gilbert Baker in the 2017 episode “Night II: Parts II and III” of the drama mini-series “When We Rise”, and the year 2018 saw him play Twig Wysecki in eight episodes of the popular romantic musical “Nashville”, which starred Hayden Panettiere and Clare Bowen, and was created by Callie Khouri. It follows the lives of several fading country music stars from Nashville, Tennessee, the series aired from 2012 through 2018 and won four of its 44 award nominations.
Dylan could then have been seen appearing in an episode or two of the action horror “The Purge”, the action crime adventure “S. W. A. T.” and the short drama “Discover Indie Film”.
In 2019 and 2020, he portrayed Hank in two episodes of the horror fantasy “Into the Dark”, which starred Aurora Perrineau and Diane Sellers, and is a compilation of holiday horror stories; the series aired from 2018 through 2021 and won one of the six awards for which it was nominated.
Dylan’s only three other TV series roles have been in two episodes of the 2020 drama “Trish & Scott”, nine episodes of the 2021 romantic crime drama “You” and two episodes of the 2022 action thriller “Zaya”.
Dylan produced the 2017 short movie “Sweet Nothing”.
He made a guest appearance in the talk-show “Hometown to Hollywood” in 2019.
Awards and nominations
Dylan was nominated for a 2019 CinEuphoria Award for Best Ensemble – International Competition, for his and his colleagues’ performance in “Mudbound”.
Love life and relationships
Dylan’s highly secretive when it comes to speaking about his love life in public, but it’s still widely known that he’s today in a relationship.
He and American actress Victoria Pedretti began dating in November 2021, after having met on the set of the 2021 series “You”; Victoria’s appeared in 13 movies and TV series, and is perhaps known best for portraying Lulu in the 2019 comedy movie “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”. For her acting skills, Victoria’s won one of her 10 award nominations.
Dylan and Victoria initially kept their relationship a secret, and only revealed in February 2022 that they had begun dating.
There are no other girls whom Dylan’s perhaps been with, that we know about; he’s in a relationship with Victoria Pedretti as of July 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.
Interesting facts and hobbies
More than 300,000 people are following Dylan on Instagram today, even though he’s uploaded only five pictures onto the network; most of these show him during his everyday life.
He enjoys playing sports with his friends in his spare time, and his favorite is tennis.
Dylan’s a lover of animals, with horses and donkeys being his favorites.
He’s become passionate about travelling, and has been to a number of US states and European countries thanks to his acting career; Dylan’s favorite city to travel to is London, England.
He’s taken part in a number of charity events, and has donated money to several non-profit organizations which work with abandoned animals and underprivileged children.
One of Dylan’s favorite actors is Ewan McGregor, and some of his favorite movies include “Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith”, “Doctor Sleep” and “Big Fish”.
Height, eyes and wealth
Dylan’s age is 29. He has brown eyes and hair, is 6ft (1.83m) tall and weighs around 180lbs (81kgs).
Dylan’s net worth’s been estimated at over $700,000 as of July 2023.