Kellan Lutz, born and raised in North Dakota as well as all over the Midwest, is an American actor.
Lutz moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 2003 to be closer to his father, the beach, and the acting industry itself. A year after moving to L.A., he landed his first TV role in the long-running soap opera, "The Bold and the Beautiful."
Since then, Lutz has landed roles in many more popular TV shows including Summerland, 6 Feet Under, CSI:NY, and a few others.
In 2006, Lutz landed his first feature film "Stick It" for Disney Entertainment as well as the feature film "Accepted" for Universal Studios in the same year. He also just finished working on his own series called the Comeback, staring Lisa Kudrow, Directed by Michael Patrick King.
Lutz has been very busy this year. He is currently in Utah shooting a Snowboarding film called "Deep Winter" and also working on several new projects in production: "Prom Night", "The Tribe", and "Goldfield Hotel," an independent film directed by Jerry Schafer.
Lutz speaks fluent Spanish and plays several sports, including skateboarding, track, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, swimming, tennis, racquetball, badminton, snow skiing, and snowboarding.
Official Site: www.kellanlutz.com
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