Tom Felton was born in Epsom, Surrey, England, on September 22, 1987. He is the youngest of Sharon and Peter Felton’s four sons. His parents split up when he was a teenager. Felton attended the Cranmore School in West Horsley until he was 13. After that, he went to the Howard of Effingham School. As a child, he liked to sing and joined the choirs at his schools. He was then asked to join the Guildford Cathedral Choir.
Felton started out as an actor by appearing in commercials for Barclaycard and Commercial Union. In the fantasy comedy “The Borrowers,” which came out in 1997, he played the part of Peagreen Clock for the first time. The next year, he lent his voice to the British drama show “Bugs,” which aired on TV. In 1999, Felton was in the TV movie “Second Sight” with Clive Owen and played Louis T. Leonowens in the biographical period drama “Anna and the King.”
Tom Felton Professional Career
Tom Felton has been in a lot of movies besides the “Harry Potter” series. In 2008, he was in “The Disappeared,” a scary movie. Two years later, he played himself in the comedy “Get Him to the Greek” and was the main character in the horror movie “13Hrs.” In 2011, Felton played Dodge Landon in “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” a science fiction action movie that was a big hit.
He then starred in the supernatural horror film “The Apparition,” the sports drama “From the Rough,” the period drama “Belle,” and the erotic thriller “In Secret.” In 2014, he played a US Navy airman in the WWII drama “Against the Sun.”
2016 was one of Felton’s best years, because he was in four movies. There was the biblical drama “Risen,” the action thriller “Message from the King,” and the biographical romantic drama “A United Kingdom,” with David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike. The next year, Felton played a US Army dog handler in the biographical indie drama “Megan Leavey.” He also acted in the movies “Feed” and “Stratton.” His later movies include the romantic drama “Ophelia,” the dramedy “Braking for Whales,” the Netflix family horror film “A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting,” and the World War II drama “The Forgotten Battle.”
As a musician, Felton has a record label called Six String Productions that is run by himself. In 2010, the label put out his original song “Hawaii.” He also put up a few music videos on YouTube and put out the EPs “Time Well Spent,” “All I Need,” and “In Good Hands.” In 2021, an EP called “YoOHoO” came out. “Silhouettes in Sunsets,” “Time Isn’t Healing,” “If You Could Be Anywhere,” and “Holding on” are all singles by Felton.
Tom Felton Personal Life
From 2008 to 2016, Felton was in a relationship with stunt assistant Jade Olivia Gordon, who played the wife of his character Draco in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.”
In 2007, when he was at the height of his “Harry Potter” fame, Felton went to the Children’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado for a charity event related to the fifth “Potter” movie. Later, in 2011, he took part in a BBC telethon called “Red Nose Day” to raise money for several charities.
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What is Tom Felton’s Net Worth?
Tom Felton is an English musician and actor who is best known for playing Draco Malfoy in the movies based on the “Harry Potter” books. Tom Felton is worth $20 million in total. Among his other movie roles are “The Borrowers,” “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” “The Apparition,” “Feed,” and “Megan Leavey.” Felton has also been in TV shows like “The Flash,” “Labyrinth,” and “Murder in the First.”