Who is Sunny Suljic
Sunny Suljic is an American child actor and skateboarder. He is known for The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017), Mid90s (2018), Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot (2018), and The House with a Clock in Its Walls (2018). Suljic also did voice work and motion capture for Atreus, the son of Kratos in the 2018 video game, God of War. His acting debut was in the short film Ruined (2013).
Sunny Suljic was born on August 10, 2005. He is an American child actor and skateboarder. He is known for his roles as Bob in Yorgos Lanthimos’s 2016 drama The Killing of a Sacred Deer and as the voice and motion capture actor for Atreus, the son of Kratos in the 2018 video game, God of War for which he was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Performance in a Video Game. Suljic had his first lead role in Jonah Hill‘s film Mid90s, also in 2018.
Life and early career
Suljic is from Roswell, Georgia. He played Gabriel in the 2015 film 1915, and Bob Murphy in the 2017 film The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Atreus in the 2018 video game, God of War. In 2018, he played the lead, Stevie Sunburn, in the drama film Mid90s, directed by Jonah Hill, and had a supporting role as Tarby Corrigan in the fantasy-horror family film The House with a Clock in Its Walls. (Source: en.wikipedia.org & imdb.com)
Sunny Suljic Defining Roles
The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017) – Sunny Suljic plays Bob Murphy
Colin Farrell is reuniting with Lanthimos and a bit bushier and grayer than before. He plays Dr. Steven Murphy, a noted and respected surgeon. Externally, he would seem to have it all. He’s powerful and successful with a gorgeous wife named Anna (Nicole Kidman), who happens to be an ophthalmologist. They have two children—15-year-old Kim (Raffey Cassidy) and younger Bob (Sunny Suljic). Steven has befriended a 16-year-old named Martin (Barry Keoghan), the son of a man who died on his operating table a few years ago. (Source: rogerebert.com)
Mid90s (2018) – Sunny Suljic plays Stevie
Stevie needs friends — he needs somebody — badly. The film opens with a head-on shot of his domestic hell. In the dank cramped chartreuse hall of his home, his older brother, Ian (Lucas Hedges), beats the holy crap out of him. Stevie has to find some sort of escape, but the kids who are offering it have almost nothing in common with him. Stevie is basically a nice sweet puppy with middle-class values and manners. Whereas, his mostly older skate pals are a blitzed, fried, stunted, blunted crew of loutish teenage wastrels. (Source: variety.com)
The House with a Clock in Its Walls – Sunny Suljic plays Tarby
The plot—about Lewis (Owen Vaccaro), a newly orphaned pre-teen who becomes a powerful warlock with some help from kooky uncle Jonathan (Jack Black)—is mostly adequate. And the scene-to-scene pacing is patient enough to establish the importance of certain key plot points and character dynamics. Also, the menagerie of computer-generated monsters, which includes talking dummies and sentient jack-o’-lanterns, are slick-looking. So if you’re not paying too much attention, you might be able to overlook the programmable nature. Maybe you’re distracted by how much money you paid for your kid’s concession stand treats. Or, maybe you’re watching the film alone at home. (Source: rogerebert.com)
Sunny Suljic Quotes
I’m not really aware of it, you know what I mean? I don’t see it yet. I know that the reviews are really good and that it the trailer is everywhere, but I think it’s so insane that I’m the lead role in this film and it involves skating! It’s just like, I look at myself on the poster and it says Mid90s, and it doesn’t make sense to me. I’ve been in films before but this is so major for me! People are like, “You’re gonna be famous,” but I don’t feel it yet. It’s just gonna hit me one day. – Sunny Suljic
I think their parents just want their kids to do what they couldn’t do. But sometimes it’s too forceful and it’s not what they like. My mom never put that pressure on me. She’d be like, “Whatever you want to do.” Obviously, she wasn’t like, “You can do anything!” But she supports whatever I do, and she’s pretty understanding. She’s not always gonna say yeah. Well, with me and my mom too, my mentality is skating first and then acting. ‘Cause I grew up skating and started acting, so I can’t get rid of skating but I can get rid of acting. Even though that’s “where the money is” or whatever—I enjoy both. – Sunny Suljic
Jonah is the best. Everyone in the cast, and Jonah as well, we’re very close. And I almost don’t even think of him as an actual director or writer or any of that. Just recently he came out with Maniac, and I looked at it as almost like, my friend just got into acting, and he got a show and booked something, and I’m just so proud of him. So I wouldn’t look at it as like, “Oh, Jonah just got another role.” I just look at it as like, “Oh, no way, I’m so happy for him, this is so sick.” Almost like it was his first time doing anything. – Sunny Suljic
Suljic was born on August 10th. That puts him under the sign of Leo the Lion.
AUGUST 10 birthday horoscope predicts that you tend to take the lead. Normally, during group discussions, you are the person holding the pen. You are a leader in the true sense. You recognize those who contribute to activities. By doing so, people may think the world of you. It is a win-win situation for Leo born today. When it comes to your family, your older siblings may look to you for advice. Generally speaking, the August 10th birthday personality is lively, funny, and impulsive. That is quite a combination to have. Life with this lion should be exciting. (Source: sunsigns.org)
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