Austin Butler
Butler at the premiere of Elvis in 2022
Born
Austin Robert Butler

(1991-08-17) August 17, 1991 (age 32)
OccupationActor
Years active2005–present

Austin Robert Butler (born August 17, 1991) is an American actor. He is best known for portraying Elvis Presley in the musical biopic Elvis (2022), for which he won a Golden Globe Award and a BAFTA Award, and was also nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor. Time magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2023.[1]

Butler began his career on television, first in roles on the Disney Channel and Nickelodeon, most notably on Zoey 101 and later on teen dramas, including recurring parts on The CW's Life Unexpected (2010–2011) and Switched at Birth (2011–2012). He gained recognition for starring in The Carrie Diaries (2013–2014) and The Shannara Chronicles (2016–2017). Butler made his Broadway debut in the 2018 revival of The Iceman Cometh and played Tex Watson in Quentin Tarantino's film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019).

Early life

Butler was born on August 17, 1991, in Anaheim, California, the son of Lori Anne (née Howell), an aesthetician,[2] and David Butler.[3][4][5][6] The two divorced when he was seven.[7] He has an older sister, Ashley (born in 1986), who worked as a background actress alongside him on Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide.[5][8] His maternal great-greatgrandparents, Matti Matinpoika Sillanpää and Liisa Jaakontytär Järvelä, were Finnish immigrants from Ostrobothnia, Finland, who had settled in Wisconsin.[9][10]

When Butler was thirteen, he was approached by a representative from a background acting management company at the Orange County Fair who helped him get started in the entertainment industry.[4][5][11][12] He found that he enjoyed it and soon began taking acting classes.[4][11][12]

Butler attended public school until the seventh grade, when he left to be homeschooled to better accommodate his work schedule.[8][11] He continued his homeschooling until the tenth grade and later passed the CHSPE, the state's high school equivalency diploma exam.

Career

2005–2011: Early career in teen sitcoms

In 2005, after working as an extra on several television series, including Unfabulous and Drake and Josh, Butler landed his first regular job as a background actor playing the role of Zippy Brewster for two seasons on Nickelodeon's Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide.[8][11][13] His friend on the show, Lindsey Shaw, introduced him to her manager, Pat Cutler, who signed him and launched his career. From that point on, Butler began taking acting seriously as a career.[4][11]

In May 2007, Butler landed a guest starring role on the Disney Channel series Hannah Montana playing the role of Derek Hanson opposite actress Miley Cyrus, and in September of that same year, he portrayed Jake Krandle in the episode "iLike Jake" on the Nickelodeon series iCarly.[5][8][11][13]

Butler in 2008

In February 2008, Butler landed a main role on another Nickelodeon series, Zoey 101, playing James Garrett, the love interest of Jamie Lynn Spears's title character Zoey in the fourth season; previously, he guest starred on the same show playing the role of Danifer on the third-season episode "Quarantine". In March of that year, he appeared in an episode on the short-lived Cartoon Network sitcom, Out of Jimmy's Head, playing the role of Lance in the episode titled "Princess".[5][8][11][13]

In July 2009, Butler starred in 20th Century Fox's family adventure movie Aliens in the Attic portraying Jake Pearson, alongside Ashley Tisdale, Carter Jenkins, Robert Hoffman, Kevin Nealon and Doris Roberts.[5][11][13] In the movie, his character, along with his family, battles to save their vacation home and the world from an alien invasion.[5][11] That same summer, Butler appeared in the starring role of Jordan Gallagher on the popular, but short-lived ABC Family series Ruby & the Rockits, alongside David Cassidy, Patrick Cassidy and his good friend, Alexa Vega.[4][5][13]

In February 2010, Butler landed a recurring role as Jones on the CW series Life Unexpected,[4][12][14] Later that year, he guest-starred in episodes of the Disney Channel sitcoms Wizards of Waverly Place and Jonas as well as on CSI: Miami and The Defenders.[4][12][14] Also in 2010, Butler's Aliens in the Attic co-star Ashley Tisdale invited him to audition for a lead role in the film Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure, a spin-off of Disney's High School Musical franchise that followed the adventures of Sharpay Evans after high school as she tries to get her big break on Broadway.[5][12][15] In the film, Butler plays Peyton Leverette, the love interest of Sharpay.[4][12][15] Regarding his casting, Butler told Week In Rewind, "I had worked with Ashley once, and then I heard about the movie, because she called me and said, 'Austin, I want you to come and read for the director for this—I think you'd be perfect.' So, I went and met with the director, and it went really well, and I ended up doing the movie."[12] The film was released direct to DVD on April 19, 2011.[16]

In 2011, he booked the recurring role of Wilke on the ABC Family series Switched at Birth, debuting on June 27, 2011.[17][18] In the same year, he signed on to play the lead role of Zack Garvey in the Lifetime TV movie The Bling Ring, made by Dick Clark Productions and directed by Michael Lembeck, based on the burglary group of the same name who targeted the homes of Hollywood's celebrities. The movie was released on September 26, 2011.[19] In January 2012, Butler guest-starred on the NBC comedy Are You There, Chelsea?[20]

2012–2017: Leading roles in television

In his early twenties, Butler continued to act in teen-oriented television series, but gained greater recognition his starring roles in The Carrie Diaries and later The Shannara Chronicles; he also branched out into new stage and film projects.

In March 2012, Butler was cast in The CW's Sex and the City prequel series The Carrie Diaries to play Sebastian Kydd, a brooding heartthrob attending the same high school as Carrie Bradshaw, played by AnnaSophia Robb. The Carrie Diaries is based on Candace Bushnell's novel by the same name and follows Bradshaw's life in the 1980s as a teenager in New York City.[21] The show was cancelled after two seasons.[22]

In April 2014, it was announced that Butler had joined the cast of the play Death of the Author at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles. He played the role of Bradley, a pre-law student with a double major in political science and math, and is set to graduate from a wealthy university. The play is directed by Bart DeLorenzo and written by Steven Drukman. Following previews on May 20, 2014, the play ran from May 28 to June 29.[23][24][25]

Butler then joined the cast of Arrow in the recurring role of Chase. His character was a DJ and a love interest of Willa Holland's character Thea Queen.[26] He co-starred with Miranda Cosgrove and Tom Sizemore in the 2015 thriller film The Intruders,[27] and appeared in Kevin Smith's 2016 horror-comedy film Yoga Hosers about 15-year-old yoga nuts Colleen Collette and Colleen McKenzie. The films also stars Johnny Depp, Lily-Rose Depp, Harley Quinn Smith and Haley Joel Osment.[28]

In 2016, he began playing the role of Wil Ohmsford in The Shannara Chronicles, MTV's television adaptation of the Terry Brooks novel The Elfstones of Shannara.[29] The series was cancelled after two seasons.[30]

2018–present: Critical acclaim and Elvis

Butler at the premiere of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood in 2019

Butler made his Broadway debut playing Don Parritt, the "lost boy" in The Iceman Cometh, which starred Denzel Washington and David Morse. Previews for the limited run began in March 2018, and the play closed in July 2018. Per Hilton Als' review of the play in The New Yorker: "Although there are many performers in George C. Wolfe's staging of Eugene O'Neill's phenomenal [...] drama, The Iceman Cometh, [...] there is only one actor, and his name is Austin Butler."[31]

In 2019, he appeared in the Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood as a fictional version of Manson Family member Tex Watson.[32][33] Though he had limited screen time, his performance has been described as "intense" and "brooding".[34] In that same year, Butler was cast as Elvis Presley in Elvis, a biographical film about the singer directed by Baz Luhrmann. The film premiered at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival, where it received a twelve-minute standing ovation from the audience, the longest at the year's festival. Butler's performance received critical acclaim, as well as praise from the Presley family.[35][36][37] He described the part as "the most intimidating thing I've ever done. I honestly didn't sleep for about two years."[38] Butler hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live later that year.[39] In June 2023, he was invited to join The Academy as an actor.[40]

Butler will next star in the war drama miniseries Masters of the Air.[41] He will then play Feyd-Rautha in the science fiction epic Dune: Part Two[42][43][44] and will star alongside Tom Hardy and Jodie Comer in Jeff Nichols’s The Bikeriders.[45]

Personal life

Butler enjoys creating and recording music. He taught himself to play guitar at the age of thirteen and piano at sixteen.[5][11][13] Butler was in a relationship with actress Vanessa Hudgens, they began dating in 2011 and ended their relationship in 2020.[46] In December 2021, he began dating actress and model Kaia Gerber.[47] In 2014, Butler's mother died of duodenal cancer.[7]

Filmography

Film

Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes
2009 Aliens in the Attic Jake Pearson
2011 Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure Peyton Leverett Direct-to-video
2012 My Uncle Rafael Cody Beck
2015 The Intruders Noah Henry
2016 Yoga Hosers Hunter Calloway
2018 Dude Thomas Daniels
2019 The Dead Don't Die Jack
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Tex Watson
2022 Elvis Elvis Presley
2024 The Bikeriders Benny
2024 Dune: Part Two Feyd-Rautha Post-production

Television

Key
Denotes television series that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes
2005–2007 Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide Zippy Brewster Uncredited; 41 episodes [5][8]
2005 Unfabulous Student Uncredited; episode: "The Eye Randy"
2006 Drake & Josh Extra Uncredited; episode: "The Demonator"
2006–2007 Hannah Montana Derek Hanson Episode: "Oops! I Meddled Again"(Uncredited), "My Best Friend's Boyfriend"
2007 iCarly Jake Krandle Episode: "iLike Jake"
2007–2008 Zoey 101 Danifer / James Garrett Main role (season 4), 10 episodes
2008 Out of Jimmy's Head Lance Episode: "Princess" (as credit Austin Robert Butler)
2009 Ruby & the Rockits Jordan Gallagher Main role
Zeke and Luther Rutger Murdock Episode: "Adventure Boy"
Jonas Stone Stevens Episode: "House Party", "Back to the Beach" (credit as Austin Robert Butler)
CSI: Miami Josh Chapman Episode: "Happy Birthday"
The Defenders Cody Dennis Episode: "Nevada v. Dennis"
2010 Wizards of Waverly Place George Episode: "Positive Alex"
2010–2011 Life Unexpected Jones Mager 10 episodes
2011 CSI: NY Benjamin Gold Episode: "Do or Die"
2011–2012 Switched at Birth James "Wilkie" Wilkerson 14 episodes
2012 Are You There, Chelsea? Luke Episode: "Believe"
2013–2014 The Carrie Diaries Sebastian Kydd Main role
2014–2015 Arrow Chase Episode: "Draw Back Your Bow", "Midnight City", "Canaries"
2016–2017 The Shannara Chronicles Wil Ohmsford Main role
2022 Saturday Night Live Himself (host) Episode: "Austin Butler/Lizzo"
2024 Masters of the Air Gale Cleven Main role; upcoming miniseries

Theater

Year Title Role Venue Notes
2014 Death of the Author Bradley Geffen Playhouse
2018 The Iceman Cometh Don Parritt Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre Broadway

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref
2010
Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Ensemble Cast (shared with Megan Parker, Henri Young, Regan Young, and Carter Jenkins) Nominated [48]
Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Leading Young Actor Nominated
2011
Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actor 18–21 Nominated [49]
2022
Atlanta Film Critics Circle Best Breakthrough Performer Elvis Won [50]
AACTA Awards Best Lead Actor Won
Chicago Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated [51]
Most Promising Performer Won
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Best Actor 3rd place [52]
Dublin Film Critics' Circle Best Actor 3rd place [53]
Florida Film Critics Circle Best Actor Nominated [54]
Breakout Award Won
Greater Western New York Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated [55]
Breakthrough Performance Nominated
Indiana Film Journalists Association Best Lead Performance Nominated [56]
IndieWire Critics Poll Best Performance 10th place [57]
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Best Actor Nominated [58]
New York Film Critics Online Breakthrough Performance Won [59]
North Texas Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated [60]
Online Association of Female Film Critics Best Male Lead Nominated [61]
Breakthrough Performance Won
People's Choice Awards Drama Movie Star of 2022 Won
Philadelphia Film Critics Circle Best Breakthrough Performance Runner-up [62]
Phoenix Critics Circle Best Actor Nominated [63]
Phoenix Film Critics Society Breakthrough Performance Won [64]
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated [65]
Sunset Circle Awards Best Actor Won [66]
UK Film Critics Association Actor of The Year Nominated [67]
Utah Film Critics Association Best Actor Runner-up [68]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated [69]
2023
AACTA International Awards Best Actor Won [70]
Academy Awards Best Actor Nominated [71]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Actor Nominated [72]
Austin Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated [73]
Breakthrough Artist Award Nominated
British Academy Film Awards Best Actor in a Leading Role Won [74]
Chicago Indie Critics Best Actor Nominated [75]
Columbus Film Critics Association Breakthrough Film Artist Runner-up [76]
Critics Association of Central Florida Best Actor Runner-up [77]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Actor Nominated [78]
Denver Film Critics Society Best Actor Nominated [79]
DiscussingFilm Critic Awards Best Actor Nominated [80]
Georgia Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated [81]
Golden Globe Awards Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Won [82]
Hawaii Film Critics Society Best Actor Nominated [83]
Hollywood Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated [84]
Houston Film Critics Society Best Actor Nominated [85]
Irish Film & Television Awards Best International Actor Won [86]
Iowa Film Critics Association Best Actor Runner-up [87]
London Film Critics' Circle Actor of the Year Nominated [88]
Minnesota Film Critics Alliance Best Actor Won [89]
Music City Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated [90]
North Carolina Film Critics Association Best Actor Nominated [91]
Best Breakthrough Performance Won
North Dakota Film Society Best Actor Nominated [92]
Online Film Critics Society Best Lead Actor Nominated
Palm Springs International Film Festival Breakthrough Performance Award Won
Portland Critics Association Best Actor Nominated [93]
San Diego Film Critics Society Best Actor Runner-up [94]
Breakthrough Artist Won
San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle Best Actor Nominated [95]
Satellite Awards Best Actor – Comedy or Musical Won [96]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Nominated [97]
Seattle Film Critics Society Best Actor in a Leading Role Nominated [98]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle Best Actor Nominated [99]

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