Hayden Christensen
Christensen in 2010
Born (1981-04-19) April 19, 1981 (age 42)
Years active1993–present
PartnerRachel Bilson (2007–2017)

Hayden Christensen (/ˈkrɪsənsən/;[citation needed] born April 19, 1981)[1] is a Canadian actor. He is best known for his portrayal of Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader in the Star Wars media franchise. He first appeared in the prequel trilogy films, Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002) and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005), and later reprised his role in the Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi (2022) and Ahsoka (2023).

Christensen began his career on Canadian television at the age of 13, then diversified into American television in the late 1990s. His early work includes Sofia Coppola's The Virgin Suicides (1999), Life as a House (2001), and Shattered Glass (2003). He earned praise for his performances as Sam in Life as a House and as Stephen Glass in Shattered Glass. Christensen's honours include the nominations for a Golden Globe Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award, as well as the Cannes Film Festival's Trophée Chopard. His other notable works include Awake (2007), Jumper (2008), Takers (2010), and Little Italy (2018).

Early life

Christensen was born in Vancouver, British Columbia to Alie, an American speechwriter, and David Christensen, a Canadian computer programmer and communications executive.[1][2] His father is of Danish descent, and his mother has Swedish and Italian ancestry.[2] Christensen is one of four children, with three actor siblings: older brother Tove, older sister Hejsa, and younger sister Kaylen.[1][3] He spent summers on Long Island with his maternal grandmother, Rose Schwartz.[4]

Christensen attended Unionville High School in Markham, Ontario.[5] He was an athlete in high school, playing hockey competitively and tennis on a provincial level.[4] He attended the Actors Studio in New York City; he studied as well at the Arts York drama program in high school.[6] After accompanying his older sister to her agent's office after she landed a role in a Pringles commercial, he began being cast in commercials as well, including for Triaminic cough syrup in 1988.[6]



Christensen made his acting debut in September 1993, when, at the age of 12, he played a supporting role on the German-Canadian television series Macht Der Leidenschaft/Family Passions.[7] The following year, he had a minor role in John Carpenter's In the Mouth of Madness.[7] From 1995 through 1999, he appeared in several films and television series, including Harrison Bergeron, Forever Knight, Goosebumps, The Virgin Suicides, and Are You Afraid of the Dark?[7]

He acquired wider notice while starring in Fox Family Channel's television series Higher Ground in 2000, portraying a teen who was sexually molested by his stepmother, and then turned to drugs in his despair.[7][8]

Christensen's critically acclaimed portrayal of a misunderstood teenager in Life as a House (2001) earned him Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations, as well as the National Board of Review's award for Breakthrough Performance of the Year.[9][10][11] However, the performance did not receive widespread public notice.[8] In 2002, Christensen made his London theatre debut with Jake Gyllenhaal and Anna Paquin in This Is Our Youth.[12]

He went on to receive positive reviews for 2003's Shattered Glass, which tells the true story of journalist Stephen Glass, who was discovered to be fabricating stories as a writer for The New Republic and other publications.[13][14] Peter Travers of Rolling Stone wrote, "Hayden Christensen is sensational as Glass, finding the wonder boy and the weasel in a disturbed kid flying high on a fame he hasn't earned."[15] In 2005, Christensen made his Broadway debut when he appeared briefly in a 10-minute play.

In 2005, he took part in the fifth annual "24 Hour Plays" benefit, which raises cash for nonprofit groups in the Big Apple.[16]

Star Wars

Christensen at the premiere of Star Wars: Episode III in Berlin in 2005

On May 12, 2000, Christensen announced that he would be starring as an adult Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002) and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005); Skywalker was previously portrayed by Jake Lloyd as a child in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999). The casting director reviewed about 1,500 other candidates before director George Lucas selected Christensen.[17] Lucas is quoted as saying that he chose Christensen because he "needed an actor who has that presence of the Dark Side". This was essential to solidify the story that Lucas was trying to tell: Anakin Skywalker's fall from grace and transformation into Darth Vader.

During the production of Revenge of the Sith, Christensen asked Lucas if a special Vader suit could be constructed to fit his own body, rather than have a different actor don one of the original sets of Vader armour worn by David Prowse.[18] Lucas agreed, and a suit was engineered to fit Christensen's frame, even including extensions to allow for the actor to attain Vader's 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) height. His voice as the "robotic" Vader, however, was dubbed over by James Earl Jones, who first made the voice famous in the original trilogy.[19]

In one of the most controversial changes made to the Star Wars original trilogy,[20] Christensen was inserted into the 2004 DVD release of Return of the Jedi, where he replaced Sebastian Shaw as the force ghost of the redeemed Anakin Skywalker.[21][22] Lucas wanted Anakin's inner person to return to who he was before he turned to the dark side.[23] Christensen insisted this was done without his knowledge, an act that was confirmed by Lucasfilm itself in the featurette "Return of the Jedi: What has changed?" as seen on the official website to commemorate the 2006 DVDs.[24]

Christensen's performance in both Episode II and III received generally mixed reviews from critics,[25][26][27][28] although contemporary reviews note that his performance was mostly affected by Lucas' directing and the dialogue, and has since seen positive reappraisal in retrospect.[29]

Christensen was named in both People magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People and Teen People's 25 Hottest Stars under 25.[30] For his performance in Episode III, he won the MTV Movie Award for Best Villain.[31]


Christensen with then-girlfriend Rachel Bilson filming Jumper in Rome in 2006

Between 2006 and 2007, he starred in Awake, with Jessica Alba, which tells the story of a man who remains awake but paralyzed during heart surgery,[7][32] and co-starred in Factory Girl, opposite Sienna Miller and Guy Pearce.[7][33] Christensen next co-starred with Samuel L. Jackson, Jamie Bell, and Rachel Bilson in the film Jumper, the story of a young man who discovers he has the ability to teleport; the film was released on February 14, 2008.[34][35] Bilson and Christensen co-starred again in the same segment of the film New York, I Love You.[36] Christensen appeared opposite Mischa Barton in Virgin Territory, which was released directly-to-DVD in North America on August 26, 2008.[37] The film, based on The Decameron, is about a group of people who escape the Black Plague epidemic by hiding out in a Tuscan villa in Italy.[38]

In October 2009, Christensen started shooting the horror film Vanishing on 7th Street, directed by Brad Anderson, with Thandiwe Newton and John Leguizamo.[39][40] Christensen appeared in the crime drama Takers with Idris Elba and Paul Walker, released in the United States on August 27, 2010.[41] Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey is the fourth film in which Christensen stars with Samuel L. Jackson.

In 2010, Christensen sued USA Network over allegations that they stole his idea for the TV show Royal Pains. The suit alleges that Christensen met with USA to pitch a similar series entitled Housecalls. During the meeting, Christensen alleges, he was never informed that a similar program was in development.[42][43] Although a federal judge at first dismissed Christensen's lawsuit in 2011, in June 2012, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals reversed this decision and remanded the case back to the district court for further proceedings, in what was considered a legal victory for Christensen.[44] USA Settled Suit.


On May 20, 2013, during the Cannes Film Festival, the Russian company Enjoy Movies announced the creation of Glacier Films, an alliance company with Christensen and his brother Tove. Over a three-year period, Glacier Films intended to make 11 "micro-budget" movies costing $1.5M each. The first project, American Heist, starring Christensen, Adrien Brody and Jordana Brewster, started filming in June 2013. It is a remake of Steve McQueen's The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery.[46] In 2014, he starred in the American-Chinese-Canadian film Outcast, an action drama, alongside Nicolas Cage.[47]

In 2015, Christensen starred in the film 90 Minutes in Heaven co-starring Kate Bosworth and directed by Michael Polish based on the best-selling novel by the same name. In 2015, filming began of an unreleased World War II Nazi zombies horror movie titled Untöt, set to star Christensen.[48] In 2017, he was in the film First Kill alongside Bruce Willis. In 2018 he appeared in the Canadian-American romantic comedy Little Italy with Emma Roberts and in the same year was in The Last Man.

2019–present: Return to the Star Wars franchise

In 2019, Christensen returned to the role of Anakin Skywalker, providing a voice cameo of the character's voice in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.[49] Christensen also received a voice credit as Anakin Skywalker jointly alongside Matt Lanter for the penultimate episode of the final season of the animated television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars entitled "Shattered" despite the fact the dialogue used for the episode spoken by Christensen was reused archival audio from Revenge of the Sith.[50] On October 22, 2021, it was reported that Christensen would also reprise the role for the Disney+ series Ahsoka.[51]

In May of 2022, Christensen reprised his role of Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader for the Obi-Wan Kenobi limited series on Disney+.[52][53] His portrayal earned positive reviews from critics, noting a huge improvement from his performance in the prequel trilogy.[54] He appeared in the documentary special Obi-Wan Kenobi: A Jedi's Return which premiered on September 8, 2022, Disney+ Day.[55] In 2023, Christensen appeared in four episodes of Ahsoka and was digitally de-aged. He was first seen wearing his outfit from Revenge of the Sith and later another outfit similar to the one Anakin wore in the early series of The Clone Wars. His portrayal earned more positive reviews.

He has been attending several conventions as part of Star Wars Celebration as a guest since 2017.[56][57]

Personal life

In 2007, Christensen began dating actress Rachel Bilson, with whom he starred in the movie Jumper. They became engaged on December 25, 2008.[58][59] In mid-2010, they broke up, but began dating again a few months later.[60][61][62][63] On October 29, 2014, Bilson gave birth to their daughter.[64] Christensen and Bilson separated in September 2017.[65]

In 2007, Christensen bought a farm near Uxbridge, Ontario.[66][67] He noted in 2008 that he had been renovating the property himself and devoting time to learning about "livestock, crops, and agricultural machinery".[66] In November 2013, Christensen collaborated with Canadian fashion chain RW&Co to release a men's clothing line inspired by his farm.[68]

An avid Toronto Maple Leafs fan,[69] Christensen performed a public service announcement for Do Something's Teens for Jeans Campaign in 2008.[70] He modelled in Louis Vuitton's advertising,[71] and was also named as the face of Lacoste's newest fragrance, Lacoste Challenge.[72] He was featured in RED's Lazarus Effect Campaign, which is intended to increase awareness for its efforts to fight AIDS in Africa.[73][74]



Year Title Character Notes
1994 In the Mouth of Madness Paper boy
1995 No Greater Love Teddy Winfield
Street Law Young John Ryan
1998 The Hairy Bird Tinka's date
1999 The Virgin Suicides Jake Hill Conley
Free Fall Patrick Brennan
2001 Life as a House Sam Monroe
2002 Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones Anakin Skywalker
2003 Shattered Glass Stephen Glass
2004 Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi DVD Special Edition Anakin Skywalker Uncredited; DVD re-release (replaced Sebastian Shaw)
2005 Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader Voice of fully suited/masked Darth Vader provided by James Earl Jones
2006 Factory Girl Billy Quinn
2007 Awake Clayton "Clay" Beresford, Jr.
Virgin Territory Lorenzo de Lamberti
2008 Jumper David Rice
2009 New York, I Love You Ben Segment: "Jiang Wen"
2010 Takers AJ
Vanishing on 7th Street Luke Ryder
Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey Jammer (voice)
2014 Outcast Jacob
American Heist James Kelly
2015 90 Minutes in Heaven Don Piper
2017 First Kill William "Will' Beeman Direct-to-video
2018 Little Italy Leonard "Leo" Campo
2019 The Last Man Kurt
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Anakin Skywalker Vocal cameo


Year Title Role Notes
1993 Family Passions Skip McDeere Unknown episodes
E.N.G. Joey Episode: "Honour or Wealth"
1995 Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story Fletcher Television film
Harrison Bergeron Eric Television film
1996 No Greater Love Teddy Winfield Television film
Forever Knight Andre Episode: "Fallen Idol"
1997 Goosebumps Zane Episode: "Night of the Living Dummy III"
1999 Real Kids, Real Adventures Eli Goodner Episode: "Paralyzed: The Eli Goodner Story"
Are You Afraid of the Dark? Kirk Episode: "The Tale of Bigfoot Ridge"
The Famous Jett Jackson Steven Episode: "Popularity"
2000 Trapped in a Purple Haze Orin Krieg Television film
Higher Ground Scott Barringer 22 episodes
2019–2020 Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures Anakin Skywalker (voice) 2 episodes (archival material only)
2020 Star Wars: The Clone Wars Episode: "Shattered"
(character voice credit shared with Matt Lanter using archival audio from Revenge of the Sith)
2022 Obi-Wan Kenobi Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader Miniseries; 5 episodes
(archival material only in episode: "Part I")
2023 Ahsoka Miniseries; 4 episodes

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2001 Young Hollywood Award One to Watch – Male Life as a House Won
National Board of Review of Motion Pictures Best Breakthrough Performance by an Actor Won
Golden Globe Awards Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Actor in a Supporting Role – Motion Picture Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Breakthrough Performance Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Most Promising Performer Nominated
2002 Cannes Film Festival Male Revelation Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones Won
Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Supporting Actor Won
Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Screen Couple (shared with Natalie Portman) Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Performance by a Younger Actor Nominated
Saturn Awards Cinescape Genre Face of the Future Award Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actor: Action Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Chemistry (shared with Natalie Portman) Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Liplock (shared with Natalie Portman) Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Male Breakout Star Nominated
2003 Las Palmas Film Festival Best Actor (shared with Peter Sarsgaard) Shattered Glass Won
Satellite Awards Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Nominated
2005 ShoWest Male Star of Tomorrow Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith Won
MTV Movie Awards Best Villain Won
Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Supporting Actor Won
Saturn Awards Best Actor Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Best Fight (shared with Ewan McGregor) Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actor: Action Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Villain Nominated
2007 Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Screen Combo (shared with Jessica Alba) Awake Nominated
2008 MTV Movie Awards Best Fight (shared with Jamie Bell) Jumper Nominated
2010 Black Reel Awards Best Ensemble Takers Nominated
2022 Saturn Awards Best Guest-Starring Performance in a Streaming Television Series Obi-Wan Kenobi Won
2023 Critics' Choice Super Awards Best Villain in a Series Nominated


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