Daniel Kaluuya was a British actor who was renowned for the visceral realism of his performances in a wide range of roles.
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Born on 24 February 1989, Daniel Kaluuya’s age is 33 Years Old as of 2022. He was born and brought up in London, England.
At the moment, he may be found residing in West London. A Ugandan family brought Daniel up in a council estate in the town of Camden, which is located in the United Kingdom. In addition to his Christian faith, he is a citizen of the United Kingdom and of British and English descent.
He was active in dramatics and also took his schooling from a Catholic boy school named “Torriano Primary School.” He graduated from St Aloysius College in Highgate.
He also took an educational course in Level history, drama, and biology from a semi-comprehensive sixth-form college. On a personal note, he is a huge fan of the football team Arsenal F.C.
Daniel Kaluuya is a well-known comedian, actor, model, and presenter on British television. He is also a screenwriter. Daniel Kaluuya’s net worth is estimated to be $15 million as of the year 2022.
Daniel Kaluuya won hearts after his masterpiece role in the movie Get Out but he got mammoth fans crushing on him after his role in Black Panther. Therefore, many are wondering whether or not there is a woman behind his success.
If you are one of those folks, then we have some news for you, Kaluuya is now seeing someone, although we do not know the depth of their devotion to one another as a couple.
Amandla is her name, and she and her boyfriend both call West London home.
This is the much that is known about his girlfriend. Nobody seems to know when they started whether they’re engaged, or not.
But from all indications, they’re not yet married. Kaluuya seems to be a private person as he is yet to speak up about his relationship.
Awards and Facts
- Was part of the cast for the first two seasons of Skins, and is also credited as a writer on two episodes
- Performed and recorded a parody of Boy Better Know song “Too Many Men” with Jason Lewis
- Won a special Evening Standard Award in 2010 for his work in Sucker Punch at the Royal Court Theatre in London
- Was named one of BAFTA’s Brits to Watch in 2011
- Was selected for the Sundance Screenwriters Lab in 2016
- 2021 Emmy–Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Nominated
- 2020 Screen Actors Guild Awards–Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role: Winner
- 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards–Best Supporting Actor: Winner
- 2018 Independent Spirit Awards–Best Male Lead: Nominated
- 2018 Golden Globe–Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy: Nominated