On this Thursday, February 24, British actor Daniel Kaluuya will complete 33.
The translator began his career in 2006 and has appeared in several UK series, with appearances in series such as Skins and The Fades, as well as being a part of the Black Mirror episode.
His rise to fame came in 2017 after he starred in Get Out, a critical and box office success that earned him an Oscar nomination for Best Actor.
After that he became a regular face in the cinema, becoming a part of such films as Black Panther and Widows. While in 2021 he won an Oscar, a BAFTA, a Golden Globe and a Golden Globe as a supporting actor for his role in Judas and the Black Christ.
He will soon star in Nope, the new film by director Jordan Peele and screenwriter Get Out. He will also reprise his role in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
For his birthday, we’re leaving you with 5 Daniel Kaluuya productions that you can watch on Netflix, Star+, Disney+ and HBO Max
Five productions by Daniel Kaluuya
Black Panther (Disney +)
When an ancient enemy endangers the land of Wakanda and the entire world, young King T’Challa must unleash the power of the Black Panther to free him. With Chadwick Boseman, Michael B Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o and Daniel Kaluuya.
Judas and the Black Christ (HBO Max)
William O’Neill, an FBI informant, infiltrates the Illinois Black Panther Party with a mission to spy on its charismatic leader, Fred Hampton.
The Queen and the Slim: The Fugitives (star +)
On a forgettable first date, an African-American man and woman are arrested for a traffic violation. The situation escalates with surprising and tragic results. A man (a warehouse worker) and a woman (a criminal defense attorney) are forced to flee in fear and fear for their lives.
widows (star +)
From acclaimed director Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave) and co-writer Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl) comes this crime thriller starring Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki, Colin Farrell, Daniel Kaluuya, Robert Duvall, and Liam Neeson.
Black Mirror (Netflix)
In a secluded society that thrives on competitions and frivolous programs, a young woman must convince the judges to win her freedom. The second season of the first season of the miniseries called 15 million features.
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