Dylan Playfair is a Canadian actor, born on 19 June 1992 in Fort St. James, Canada. He is best recognized for his roles in "Some Assembly Required" and "Letterkenny."
The talented artist also appeared in Descendants 2 as Gill. He has a fan following from all around the world.
Date of Birth
19 June 1992
Fort St. James, Canada
Family and Early Life:
Playfair is the son of Jim Playfair, a former ice hockey coach, and Roxanne Playfair, an entrepreneur. He has two siblings, Austyn Playfair and Jackson Playfair.
He grew up playing hockey with his brothers and was interested in it since he was a kid. He also used to play Jr. hockey with the Merritt Centennials in the BHCL.
He studied acting at Vancouver Acting School. He intended to be a professional hockey player at first but was motivated to pursue an acting career by Taylor Kitsch, a professional actor and model.
The estimated net worth of Dylan Playfair is around $1 million. He makes his fortune through his successful career as an actor.
Canadian actors earn an average annual pay of $22,718 per year, largely on their performance and experience.
Dylan Playfair has dated actress Daniella Bozzetto, but the duo broke up in November 2015.
Currently, he is in a relationship with Jen Araki. The couple began dating in 2017, and in September 2018, they got engaged. The ceremony was attended by his relatives and friends. They frequently share photos of themselves on their social media. The love birds seem to be completely in love.
Career and Achievements:
In 2012, Playfair started his acting career and made his feature debut in the film "Grave Encounters 2". After that he continued to show a variety of films. He played Marty Mowein in the 2013 film "Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story".
He also appeared in some other short films and television shows, including "Beach Head", "Bison", "The Hollow" and many more.
Furthermore, he rose in prominence after portraying Reilly in the film "Letterkenny" in 2016. He also appeared in "Haters Back Off!" as Owen and "Some Assembly Required" as Knox.
He portrays Gill in the sequel to "Descendants 2". He has appeared in a number of films, including "The Oder", "Descendants 3", "Shared Bath", "Stories of Kindness" and many others.
Moreover, In 2014 Dylan Playfair received the Joey Award for "Young Ensemble Cast in a Comedy/Action TV Series". He has also received two Leo Awards, for "Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Television Movie" and "Best Performance by a Male in a Short Drama".