Caleb McLaughlin, full name Caleb Reginald McLaughlin, is a 17 year old american actor.
He is born in Carmel, New York, USA. He is 1.75 m. (5ft 9.)
Caleb grew up in Carmel, a small town in suburban New York. Caleb studied dance at Happy Feet Dance School for a year and then later at The Harlem School of the Arts under Aubrey Lynch former producer for the Lion King. In 2012-14 Caleb appeared on Broadway. He starred in the Lion King playing the role of young Simba. At Broadway Caleb got to know his future Stranger Things Co-Stars Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin) and Sadie Sink (Max).
Caleb played on the stages of Broadway from ages 10 to 12. In 2012 he was in a short-film titled Noah Dreams of Origami Fortunes where he played the role as Noah. In 2013 Caleb played small roles in television shows. He was in Law & Order: Special Victims unit in the episode “Born Psychopath” and in the show Unforgettable in the episode “New Hundred”. Caleb have also been in an episode of “What Would You Do?” In 2016 Caleb began to get bigger roles. He was in three episodes of Shades of Blue and he was in Stranger Things as the role of… yeah Lucas Sinclair. In 2017 Caleb appeared in two music videos. He was in Jimmy Fallon’s Golden Globes 2017 Opening and in Sia’s christmas music video “Santa’s coming for us” where he is featured along with Sophia Lillis and Wyatt Oleff (Both from the new IT).
Friends and family
Caleb grew up with his mother April McLaughlin, father Corey McLaughlin, brother Corey McLaughlin Jr and sisters Caitlyn and Crystal McLaughlin.
Caleb is – as far as we know – really good friends with his Co-Stars from Stranger Things. June 20th Caleb went to Korea with one of his Co-Stars Gaten Matarazzo. June 25th Caleb posted a video of him in Japan. In the background you can hear is Co-Star Gaten laugh. Caleb has also posted a picture of him and the rest of the kids from Stranger Things where in the caption he wrote “The Crew”, which shows that they are probably really good friends.
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