Dylan Sprayberry is an American actor. He gained a lot of attention when he appeared as Clark Kent in the film “Man of Steel” in 2013, but is currently best known for his portrayal of Liam Dunbar in “Teen Wolf” – an American television series developed by Jeff Davis for MTV.
Sprayberry’s role as 13-year-old Clark Kent in “Man of Steel” earned him a nomination for the Saturn Award. He was nominated for the category “Best Performance by a Younger Actor”. That was in 2014.
In 2016 Dylan Sprayberry was again nominated for the award. This time he was selected for recognition in the category Best Performance by a Younger Actor in a TV Series (Teen Wolf).
Dylan’s fame skyrocketed after his debut as “Teen Wolf”. As he was eager to see how his performance in the MTV series would be received, he was delighted to be so well received. The “Teen Wolf” debut brought him worldwide online followers.
It was the best birthday present for Dylan; he turned 16 and his first episode in the series was well received. Of course, Dylan was thrilled with the number of fans that followed him on social media. However, he was dismayed that it was difficult for him to keep up with the fans. He was quoted as saying:
“I have so many fans out there who are very loyal to me as an actor and as an artist. They deserve to see what’s going on with me and I want to keep them up to date. (But), I am bad at using my phone. I’m very bad with technique. I am one of those people who, if they knew me very personally, might think that I was born in the wrong era”.
Apart from “Man of Steel” and “Teen Wolf”, Dylan Sprayberry is known for his role in “Old Dogs”, “Shuffle” and several TV and film productions. He appeared each time as Flynn, a homeless child, Rodney, Max, and Sam in “Vanished – Left Behind”: Next Generation”, “Cry of the Butterfly”, “Spooky Buddies”, “Bedrooms” and “Soccer Mom”.
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Dylan Sprayberry Wiki, Bio
Dylan Sprayberry celebrated his 19th birthday on 7 July 2017. According to records, he was born in 1998 as Dylan Muse Sprayberry. His birthplace was Houston, Texas.
As far as we know, Dylan attended West University Elementary until 2005, when he moved to California with his family.
Dylan considers “Teen Wolf” a major breakthrough in his acting career. He once said:
“…This was the first time I was on a big movie set. I had done some smaller things and I was working my way up, but this was the first time that I felt like I was on a real set and that I could actually make something of myself.
If you’re wondering what Dylan’s biggest challenge is, it’s getting out of his comfort zone. The actor expressed this when he stated that he has no interest in becoming a celebrity. “I want to be an artist,” he said.
Before Dylan was called up for the role of Teen Wolf, he was in a rock band called The Dead Toms. He informed the other members of the band about the role he was given and asked them to continue without him.
Dylan has a younger sister named Ellery Sprayberry. Like Dylan, she is an actress.
Dylan Sprayberry Height, Muscles
The actor is 6 inches taller than 5 feet, and his physique has always charmed his fans.
Sprayberry started building his body when he turned 13. According to him, he auditioned for “Man of Steel” and never trained. When he got the role, he hired a coach and learned some kickboxing techniques.
It is believed that his body measurements are 43-16-33 inches, each for chest, upper arm muscles, and waist.
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Dylan Dating, Girlfriend
Sprayberry was romantically associated with several ladies. This made it difficult to identify who his girlfriend was.
For example, it was said that he and Alisha Heng Gillies would experience something special in 2015. Neither Dylan nor Alisha confirmed this. It also circulated that Dylan and the French model, Estelle Yves, were lovers. Again, this was never confirmed.
In 2016, it turned out that Dylan is dating Joey King. He was also associated with Victoria Moroles, Samantha Logan, and Adelaide H. O’Brien.