Taylor Lautner Biography Current News Profile Girl Friend Wife Children Movies Relationships Twitter Imdb Family Facebook Myspace Pictures Wallpaper Online Video.

Taylor Lautner Biography Current News Profile Girl Friend Wife Children Movies Relationships Twitter Imdb Family Facebook Myspace Pictures Wallpaper Online Video.Taylor Daniel Lautner was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan to parents, Deborah and Daniel Lautner. He, and younger sister Makena, were raised in a well-mannered, Roman Catholic household in Hudsonville, Michigan. At the age of six,

Taylor began studying martial arts at Fabiano's Karate School and he, along with his family, quickly noticed his unique and natural talent for the sport. He was soon invited to train with seven-time world karate champion Michael Chaturantabut (aka Mike Chat) and, at the age of eight, he was asked to represent his country in the twelve years and under division in the World Karate Association where he became the Junior World Forms and Weapons champion, winning three gold medals. In 2003,

Taylor continued to flourish in the martial arts circuit where he ranked number one in the world for NASKA's Black Belt Open Forms, Musical Weapons, Traditional Weapons and Traditional Forms and, at the age of twelve, he became the three time Junior World Champion.
However, in addition to his love for martial arts, Taylor quickly developed a love for acting at the age of seven years old when his martial arts instructor, who was involved in show business, encouraged him to audition for a small appearance in a Burger King commercial. Although he was unsuccessful, he enjoyed the experience so much that he told his parents that he wanted to pursue a career in acting. Soon, he and his family were traveling back-and-forth from their home in Michigan to California so Taylor could audition for acting roles on a regular basis. When Taylor was ten, with the frequent traveling and air fares starting to become overwhelming, his family made the crucial decision to relocate to Los Angeles where Taylor would have the advantage of being able to audition for films, television, and commercials full-time.
Once Taylor moved with his family to Los Angeles, he found himself landing more and more small acting roles. He booked many occurring roles on various television shows such as "My Wife and Kids" (2001), "Summerland" (2004), and "The Bernie Mac Show" (2001). Taylor also found himself becoming successful in films as well. In 2005, he landed the role of Sharkboy in the family blockbuster flick,
The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D (2005), and the role of Eliot Murtaugh in Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005). However, it would be one single role that would ultimately change Taylor's life forever. In 2008, Taylor auditioned for the iconic role of werewolf hunk Jacob Black in the record smashing, blockbuster hit Twilight (2008/I). With the sudden and unexpected success of the film, Taylor, along with fellow cast members Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, found himself being propelled into a world that would forever change his life and his career.
Taylor has continued to portray Jacob Black in the following film adaptations of the The Twilight Saga as well as branch out into other roles and films such as the star studded romantic comedy, Valentine's Day (2010/I), and the action-packed thriller, Abduction (2011). Taylor Lautner has quickly become one of the most famous, talented, and successful young Hollywood actors thanks to the blockbuster success of the Twilight (2008/I) films. It has quickly been established by this young man's diverse and gifted talent that we will continue to be his audience for many years to come.
Taylor Lautner wasn't able to work with Gus Van Sant on "Breaking Dawn," so now he's created his own project for the director to helm.
MTV News reports that Lautner optioned a nonfiction article from The New Yorker, and has convinced Van Sant to direct it for him. "Milk" scribe Dustin Lance Black will pen the project, with Lautner in the lead role. Little more is known about the film, but it will be Lautner's first dramatic role to date.
Check out the rest of today's casting news after the jump!
Amanda Seyfried And Peter Sarsgaard Eye "Lovelace"
Why only have one Linda Lovelace biopic when you can have two? Variety has learned that Amanda Seyfried and Peter Sarsgaard are being courted by directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman to star as Linda Lovelace and her abusive, pornographer husband Chuck Traynor in their appropriately titled biopic, "Lovelace." Malin Akerman and Matt Dillon star in Matthew Wilder's take on the story, "Inferno."
Joel Edgerton In Talks For "300: Battle Of Artemisia"
Casting is coming together for Warner Bros' "300: Battle of Artemisia." Vulture is reporting that director Noam Murro is trying to bring Joel Edgerton on board to play Themosticles, a famous archon and general who led the Greeks to victory against the Persians back in 480 BCE. Zack Snyder, director of "300," is still on board to co-write the script based on Frank Miller's upcoming follow-up graphic novel.
Mark Wahlberg, Zoe Saldana And Marion Cotillard Circling "Blood Ties"
Here's one more for Mark Wahlberg's long list of upcoming films. Screen Daily and The Playlist have learned that Wahlberg, Marion Cotillard and Zoe Saldana are interested in starring in French actor Guillaume Canet's English-language directorial debut, "Blood Ties." The movie follows the story of two brothers, one a cop and one a criminal fresh out of prison, set in the 1970s. Wahlberg would play one of the cops. It's a remake of the 2008 French film "Les Liens Du Sang" that Canet starred in. Apparently Canet may costar in this film as well.
Steve Carell To Produce And Star In "Conviction"
Deadline is reporting that former "The Office" star Steve Carell is going to produce and star in the upcoming heist film "Conviction." The action comedy follows an imprisoned master bank robber forced by the FBI to entrap his protégé, who plans on conducting a multimillion-dollar heist. No word yet on when the movie will go in front of the camera.

Noomi Rapace And Colin Farrell Unite In "Dead Man Down"
Fans hoping for a reunion of Noomi Rapace and Swedish "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" director Niels Arden Oplev need wait no longer. Deadline has the news that the two will be working together on the revenge thriller "Dead Man Down," which also stars Colin Farrell. He plays the right-hand man to NYC's underground crime lord, and ends up being seduced and blackmailed by a crime victim seeking retribution. The synopsis concludes that "their intense chemistry leads them spiraling into payback delivered in violent catharsis." It should begin shooting in early 2012.
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