Is Timothée Chalamet A 'Nepotism Baby'?


The ‘Little Women’ actor made his movie debut at the age of 9 in 2014 through the films, Jason Reitman’s ‘Men, Women & Children’ and Christopher Nolan’s ‘Interstellar’.

His breakthrough role in ‘Call Me by Your Name‘ established him in this industry.

The Hollywood heartthrob Timothée Chalamet is the son of former Broadway actor and singer Nicole Flender. And his maternal grandfather Harold Flender was a filmmaker and writer.

His father, Marc Chalamet is a journalist currently working as the New York correspondent for Le Parisien.  He also worked as a writer and editor at the United Nations.

Timothee has a sister Pauline Chalamet started her acting career through the series Judd Apatow’s The King of Staten Island in 2020. She also stars in other dramas including ‘The Sex Lives of College Girls’ as Kimberly.

His uncle Rodman Flender worked in TV, directing a couple of episodes of dramas like ‘The Office’, ‘Ugly Betty’, MTV’s ‘Scream‘, and ‘Gilmore Girls’.

The only film connection the family has is his uncle’s direction of ‘Leprechaun 2′. Other than his uncle, his aunt Amy Lippman co-created a 90’s sitcom ‘Party Of Five‘.

Chalamet had an Oscar nomination for Best Actor for his role as Elio in ‘Call Me By Your Name’ in 2018. This made him the youngest actor to be nominated in the category in over 80 years.

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