William Beau Mirchoff
William Beau Mirchoff is a famous and best recognized Canadian-American actor who became known for playing the role of Matty McKibben on MTV’s comedy series ‘Awkward’ alongside co-star Yvette Monreal.
He is also famous for artist’s representation of Danny Bolen on the sixth season of ABC’s Desperate Housewives with Marcia Cross. He starred in many big movies screen i.e. “The Grudge 3”, ‘I Am Number Four’, ‘The Secret Lives of Dorks’ and ‘Poker Night’.
Where was William born and raised?
William Beau Mirchoff was born on 13th January 1989 in Seattle, Washington, United States. After two days later he moved to his family’s house in Victoria which is the capital city of the Canadian province of British Columbia, lies on the southern part of Vancouver Island in Canada. He has an elder brother and a younger sister named “Luke” and “Raeanna”.
His father’s name is Bill who is a podiatrist where his mother’s name is Kelley who is a full-time housewife. He begins his relationship with dancer Jeanine Mason. Previously he was dating his co-star “Awkward” Ashley Rickards in 2011. He does not have a family’s legacy in acting. He currently holds double citizenship in the United States and Canada.
At the age of 13, he started his training as an actor in Vancouver, British Columbia. This required him to take a two-hour ferry-boat venture from Vancouver Island to the mainland of British Columbia and ride the bus an hour into the city. He followed this every week until moving to Los Angeles in February of 2009 where he began training at the Michael Woolson Studio and at the same studio he trains at today.
William Beau Mirchoff completed his four-year studies at Mount Douglas Secondary School which is a four-year public secondary school located in Saanich, British Columbia in Canada. He is only the first person from his family member who pursued a career in the acting industry.
How did Mirchoff start his Career?
William Beau Mirchoff first starred in his role in ‘Bubbly Stiltskin’. Then after he was first featured in a supporting role ‘Robbie Ryan’ in Scary Movie 4.
After three years he was a recurring appearance on the English- and French-language service units of the corporation are commonly known as Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Radio-Canada, respectively in Canadian family comedy-drama television series. He also appeared in a lead role in The Grudge 3 which is a supernatural horror flick movie.
In between 2009 and 2010, he followed as the supporting role of “Desperate Housewives” in TV series playing Danny Bolen alongside co-star Neal Mcdonough. He had played many supporting roles and main leading character in the movies and shows The Secret Lives of Dorks, I Am Number Four, MTV series Awkward, and The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex. Due to his best performance in the “Awkward” drama series, he also earned Team Choice Award.
During his break from continuity in television shows, he focused on theatre and made a name for himself there. Beau was also seen as a recurring character on NBC’s period drama Aquarius and in indie thriller Poker Night opposite Ron Perlman and Giancarlo Esposito.
He is now known for playing the role of Jamie Hunter on The Fosters and now more recently their sister show, Good Trouble. He also got a chance for further success when he started his career in the role of Jamie Hunter in the series of ‘The Fosters, entitled ‘Good Trouble’ alongside co-star Phoenix List.
In 2012 he portrayed Treat in the production of Lyle Kessler’s Orphans at the Hudson Theatre 2012. He played Kent in Neil Labute’s Reason’s to be pretty at the MW Theatre in 2013. He also appeared in the comedy television series ‘Now Apocalypse’ as a Fords Halstead in 2019.
In 2017, the projects from a television movie called ‘Party Boat’ and the frictional science-based psychological horror movie ‘Flatliners’. The latter was a moderate box office success, earning $45.2 million worldwide against its $19 million budget.
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