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British actor

Born: November 10, 1989 (age 31 years), Birkenhead, United Kingdom

Height: 1.75 m

TV shows: The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, The Smoke

Awards: Empire Award for Best Male Newcomer

Birthday: November 10, 1989

Nationality: Welsh

Age: 31 Years, 31 Year Old Males

Sun Sign: Scorpio

Also Known As: Taron David Egerton

Born In: Birkenhead

Famous As: Actor

Actors Welsh Men

Height: 5’10” (178 cm), 5’10” Males

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Ancestry: His parents are from around Liverpool, he is Welsh from his grandmother’s side

He liked James Body movies as a kid.

“Taron”: His name derives from the Welsh word “Taran”, it means “thunder”. Taron was a spelling mistake by his mother.

“Egerton”: Taron’s last name must be pronounced with a “j” instead of “g”. It is pronounced “E-jer-ton”

Midsummer Night’s Dream: Taron’s interest in acting got strengthened during the production of ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream: ‘ where he played a cross-dressing flute player.

Stunts: He often does his own stunts. We can see him do stunts himself.

Family business: His parents ran a private family lodging & breakfast.

Preparation: He often uses Google & Youtube to prepare for the roles. He watched old videos for his role in Eddie the Eagle.

A Midsummer’s Night Dream: Taron played a Mechanic in the drama from his college times

Accent: He is proficient in Welsh language as well, He speaks English with a light Welsh accent.

Welshoff: He had a Welsh speaking competition with fellow actor Luke Evans on Jonathan Ross’s show

His favorite quote: “Manners maketh the Man.”

50 best dressed British: He was listed by GQ Magazine as one of the well dressed British in both 2015 & 2016

He loves 80s music. “How can you not?” he asks.

Bambi: First movie he ever saw at the theatres is -Bambi (1942).

National Youth Theatre: He is a member of the group.

Class clown: He was a class clown, he would make jokes and make everyone laugh, his friends feel his energy and talent are being used in the right way now.

Michael Caine Impression: The director had asked him to do a Michael Caine impression for the credits, Taron feels lucky it didn’t make the cut.

Music Band: He sometimes appears in the music videos of “Lazy Habits”.

Kamikaze-style Dating: Taron once stopped a girl in the London subway and said “I think you’re gorgeous, I think we should go for a drink some time.”. It worked. He took half a day off of drama school and went on the date with her.

Horses: Taron Is scared Of Horses

Taron Egerton is currently rumored to be dating British producer Emily Thomas.

Egerton has stated that he finds an “umbrella in the rain” type of romance better than the dating app experience common to his generation, about which he said, “I have asked a girl out Kamikaze-style.

I stopped her on the Tube and said, ‘I think you’re gorgeous, I think we should go for a drink some time.’

It’s terrifying, but ultimately so much more rewarding.” He later took half a day off from drama school to go on a date with her.

Egerton has spoken in favour of progressive beliefs and causes.

In 2015, he responded to a question about misogyny asked of his female Kingsman co-star Sophie Cookson:

“I don’t think things are changing fast enough—but you didn’t seem to want to ask me that. It’s not just a question for the women.”

Referencing scenes in Aziz Ansari’s comedy-drama series Master of None, he also addressed his privilege as a white actor in 2017:

“I’m the epitome of an actor who walks into a room and has the upper hand just because I’m a mid-twenties Caucasian male.

How frustrating must the industry be for a person of colour?”

Egerton has shown support for the LGBT community as well, stating in an interview about his performance in Rocketman, “Elton John’s a gay icon.

And who are we, as frankly heterosexual filmmakers, to not put that element of his story? How dare we. And that’s not what we did.”

Having lost a grandmother to motor neurone disease, he is also an ambassador for the MND Association.