Rory Culkin is a well-known American actor, who is best known for his roles in the movies ‘You Can Count on Me’ and ‘Scream4’. He was born and raised in New York City. His father was a former stage actor and Rory is the youngest of seven children. Since his childhood days, Rory had a passion for acting. When he started his career two of his brothers were already acting. Rory was influenced by his brothers and started acting at an early age. He did his first role when he was four years old. He appeared alongside his brother Macaulay Culkin. Initially, he played younger versions of his brothers in a few films. He studied in Professional Children’s School, which permitted children to take a long leave. Though Rory followed the footsteps of his brothers he carved a niche for himself through his acting skills. He usually plays characters that are reserved and slightly awkward. He is the sort of actor who can express a lot without speaking much. He is clear about what he does and admits his flaws. He is grounded, sane and incredibly charming. He never used his family name to become famous.
July 21, 1989
New York City, New York
Also Known As
Rory Hugh Culkin
5'6" (168 cm)
Sarah Scrivener (m. 2018)
Christian Culkin, Dakota Culkin, Jennifer Adamson, Kieran Culkin, Macaulay Culkin, Quinn Culkin, Shane Culkin
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