Sam Worthington Performed Predominantly In Leading Roles In A Variety Of Lowbudget Films

Sam Worthington
Sam Worthington
Sam Worthington
Sam Worthington
Sam Worthington
Sam Worthington


He performed predominantly in leading roles in a variety of low-budget films before transitioning to major studio films, ranging from romantic drama and comedy-drama to science fiction and action. Worthington is also noted for his voicework as Alex Mason in the 2010 video game Call of Duty: Black Ops. His father also gave him 400 dollars and sent him on a one-way trip to Cairns on the northeast coast of Australia and told him to “work his way home”. He was featured in a leading role as Mitchell Okden. Worthington went on to act in a number of Australian movies and TV series; including leading roles in Dirty Deeds (2002) and Gettin’ Square (2003). Worthington’s international film career began with a series of small roles in Hollywood production The Great Raid (2005), which was filmed in Australia.

In 2000 Worthington Made His Film Debut In The Australian Film Bootmen

Sam Worthington
Sam Worthington
Sam Worthington
Sam Worthington
Sam Worthington
Sam Worthington


He performed predominantly in leading roles in a variety of low-budget films before transitioning to major studio films, ranging from romantic drama and comedy-drama to science fiction and action. His mother, Jeanne J. (née Martyn), a homemaker, raised him and his sister Lucinda, and his father, Ronald W. Worthington, was a power plant employee. in 2000, Worthington made his film debut in the Australian film Bootmen. Dirty Deeds was a critical and financial success, earning A$5,034,142 at the box office in Australia. Worthington played the lead characters in Somersault (2004) and in a modern Australian retelling of Macbeth (2006). The film went on to become the highest-grossing film of all time, grossing more than US$2.730 billion ($2.8 billion adjusted for inflation) in box-office receipts worldwide. He was selected as one of the entrants to the Who’s Who in Australia 2011 edition.