Lucas York Black an American artist was born on 29th November, 1982 in Decatur, Alabama. Lucas Black is famous for his characters in cult CBS TV series American Gothic with the movies The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Friday Night Lights, and Sling Blade.
Without any acting lessons, Lucas Black made his movie debut with the small one part in Kevin Costner movie The War (1994) at age 11. And this small role supported him for getting good job in series "American Gothic" (1995). And when the series went to the North Carolina to direct its initial roles, the casting public in Wilmington memorized Black, and advised him for the character of “Caleb Temple”. Next time, Lucas Black was seen in sleeper-hit Sling Blade (1996) and after it Lucas Black did another dark movie Ghosts of Mississippi (1996).
A nice student, Lucas Black got the degree of graduation from the Speake High School in 2001, at where Lucas Black played golf, basketball and football. Lucas Black read fish biology, and now Lucas Black is extremely active bass fisherman. And after a little break, Lucas Black will be seen along with the Hollywood stars Natalie Portman and Jude Law in the play Cold Mountain (2003).
Without any previous training as an artist, Lucas Black’s movie debut was in 1994 Kevin Costner movie, The War. Afterward, Lucas Black was cast as the Caleb Temple in the CBS’s TV series American Gothic, which started from 1995 and 1996, and also in movies The X Files, Ghosts of Mississippi and Sling Blade. After one year in 1997, Lucas Black starred in TV movie Flash, which aired on The Wonderful World of Disney. And in 1998, Lucas Black was provided a component in The Horse Whisperer. On the other hand, when Lucas Black was stated that Black would require moderating his substantial Alabama inflection for the main part, but Lucas Black discarded the role, supposing that artists should perform mere in parts wherein they could be themselves. Throughout this period, Lucas Black also did modeling for the Calvin Klein Jeans.
Lucas Black used his spare time in modeling Calvin Klein and in sports. Lucas Black scored other summer hit with The X files (1998) and lastly Lucas Black achieved a main character in the sovereign movie Crazy in Alabama (1999). Choosy about his movie roles, Lucas Black moved towards an opportunity to star in film adaptation of The Horse Whisperer (1998) owing to the demand of having his inflection altered. And in the year of 2000, Lucas Black was seen with the Matt Damon in All the Pretty Horses (2000).
Lucas Black recent movies comprise 2004's well-appraised American football-based drama, Friday Night Lights and 2005's Gulf War-based movie, Jarhead. Lucas Black starred in leading role of 3rd film in The Fast and the Furious series, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, contrary actor-rapper Bow Wow. And the movie released on 16th June, 2006 and grossed about $24 million. Lucas Black has depicted his character in the movie as a “fun role”.
Lucas Black was the son of Larry Black, a museum employee, and Jan, an office employee. Lucas Black developed in Speake, Alabama. Lucas Black has 2 elder siblings, Lori (a sister) and Lee (a brother). Lucas Black graduated from high school in the month of May 2001.
In 2003, Lucas Black has lived in Columbia, Missouri, after completing a movie approximately 30 minutes away in Fayette.
|2006||The Fast andthe Furious: TokyoDrift||Sean Boswell||$61,085,030|
|Killer Diller||Vernon||limited release|
|2004||Friday NightLights||Mike Winchell||$61,255,921|
|2000||All thePretty Horses||Jimmy Blevins||$15,540,353|
|The MiracleWorker||James Keller||TV version|
|1999||Crazy in Alabama||Peter Joseph 'Peejoe' Bullis||$2,005,840|
|1998||The X Files||Stevie||$83,898,313|
|1996||Ghosts of Mississippi||Burt DeLaughter||$13,323,144|
|Sling Blade||Frank Wheatley||$24,444,121|
|1997||Saturn Award||Best Performance by a Younger Actor||Yes||Sling Blade|
|ChlotrurdisAward||Best Supporting Actor||No|
|The Actor||Outstanding Performance by a Cast||No||Shared withBilly Bob Thornton, Dwight Yoakum, J. T. Walsh, John Ritter, Natalie Canerday and Robert Duvall|
|Young ArtistAward||Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actor||Yes|
|Young Star Award||Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Drama Film||Yes|
|Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Drama TV Series||No||AmericanGothic|
|1998||Young ArtistAward||Best Performance in a TV Movie/Pilot/Mini-Series - LeadingYoung Actor||No||Flash|
|2000||Sierra Award||Youth in Film||No||All thePretty Horses|
|Young ArtistAward||Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actor||No||Crazy in Alabama|
|Young Star Award||Best Young Actor/Performance in a Motion Picture Drama||No|
|2001||Young ArtistAward||Best Performance in a Feature Film - Supporting YoungActor||No||All thePretty Horses|
|2006||Teen ChoiceAward||Movies - Choice Breakout (Male)||No||The Fast andthe Furious: TokyoDrift|