Jamie Flatters Parents, Family, Wife, Girlfriend, Siblings, Father, Mother, Sister, Brother & Profile
Jamie Flatters (born 7 July 2000) is an English actor. He has starred in various British television since 2016 and, in 2017, joined the cast of the Avatar sequels as Neteyam, Jake Sully and Neytiri’s eldest son.
Early Life and Career
Flatters was born July 7th, 2000, in London, England. He attended Lambeth Academy in London and gained notoriety online after releasing a video on YouTube protesting his inability to vote due to his young age. Flatters is an eloquent speaker and previously won Jack Petchey’s “Speak Out” challenge in 2015.
Flatters’ acting career began when he starred in the TV miniseries Flat TV in 2016. From there, he gained popularity for his role in the Children’s BBC sitcom So Awkward, of which he played one of the main roles for two seasons. The following year, he was cast in the thriller TV series Liar. The first season performed well and was praised for its innovation, but critics met the second with distaste. He was also Tedros in the Netflix film ‘The School for Good and Evil.’
Later in 2017, Flatters joined the cast of Avatar: The Way of Water and following sequels as Neteyam, the eldest son of Jake Sully and Neytiri, alongside Britain Dalton as younger brother Lo’ak and Trinity Bliss as the youngest sibling, Tuktirey.
Principal performance capture for Avatar: The Way Of Water and its immediate sequel shot for 130 days during 2017 and 2018 in Los Angeles. Flatters says he enjoyed the experience of Cameron’s bespoke motion-capture technology. “It was extremely fun, it was like doing theatre all day but there are up to 25 cameras around you.” …”As long as the other actor is committed, you’re instantly there. You just need one moment of eye contact,” he says, paying tribute to co-stars Britain Dalton (who plays Neteyam’s younger brother), Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana and Sigourney Weaver. South London-born Flatters remembers always wanting to act: “There’s a playfulness in all kids and I liked that as a child, feeding into fantasy.” He did theatre first and then TV projects such as CBBC’s So Awkward, ITV’s Liar, Channel 4’s Close To Me and Dutch Second World War film The Forgotten Battle on Netflix. He has also shot Paul Feig’s The School For Good And Evil, based on the popular series of Soman Chainani books, playing a prince called Tedros. “I thought I was being hilarious but it could come across he was the butt of the jokes,” Flatters says with a laugh. This summer he is shooting the dark drama Black Dog, based on a script he co-wrote with director and fellow 2022 Star of Tomorrow George Jaques, about “two guys who go on a road trip to Scotland to escape their troubles in London, and along the way their demons are revealed”. Flatters already has another feature screenplay in the bag, plus a TV series he has co-written.
Jamie’s parents are Paul Flatters (father) and Anna Grey (mother).
We don’t have much information about Jamie Flatters’ family and siblings.
Jamie Flatters is currently single and not in an open relationship for now. Jamie Flatters is also not married.
Jamie Flatters’ net worth as of 2022 is estimated at around $800, 000 – $2.5 million.
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