Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick Biography
Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick is an American actor. He is known for his work on The Omen in 2006, the Moonrise Kingdom in 2012 and Everybody’s Fine in 2009.
Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick Age
Fitzpatrick was born on December 29, 1998, in New York City, New York, United States of America. He was born as Seamus Liam Davey-Fitzpatrick. He is 20 years of age as of 2018
Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick Height
Seamus is 5 feet 7 inches tall with excellent facial expression holding a white ethnicity background. He has brown hair color and grey eyes
Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick Early Life
Davey-Fitzpatrick was born in New York City. He later moved with his family to East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, where he is being raised. He is of Irish descent. His parents are James Hugh Fitzpatrick, an actor and model, and Marty Davey, an actress. He began acting in commercials for Marriott and Flintstone vitamins and briefly appeared in an episode of the television series Sex and the City.
Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick Family
He holds Irish descent. His father was an actor and model as his professional belonging whose name is James Hugh Fitzpatrick. Additionally, his mother was also an actress whose name is Marty Davey. Therefore, due to the family background, he got influenced working in the film industry.`1
Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick Career | Actor Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick
During the filming of The Omen, Davey-Fitzpatrick was never told that his character was supposed to be the son of the Devil; co-star Julia Stiles has commented that it was because the filmmakers thought “he was too young to understand it”.
Davey-Fitzpatrick recently acted, along with his parents, in a local short film The Lottery. The film was an eleven-minute adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s short story. He played Will Winslow on Guiding Light before the series’ cancellation and worked with Robert De Niro in Everybody’s Fine. The film was released in 2009. Seamus has appeared in such television series as Law and Order, Sex and the City, Damages, The Black Donnellys, and Person of Interest. He played the 14-year-old son of Jesse (played by Ethan Hawke) in the feature film Before Midnight (2013).
Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick Contravacies
There is no story of rumors about his unusual act among the media and fans. He is a very polite and good boy. He loves eating nutritious food and travels with the family in many different places during his free time. Seamus is closer to his mother compared to his father and he mostly enjoys his time with grandparents.
Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick Net Worth
He has an amazing salary at an early age with a great collection of net worth. Seamus has an estimated net worth of $3 million. He often spends some of his money credits social charity and trusts in the near future as stated by him. Since he is close with children, he loves donating his amount of wealth to the street children.
Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick Before Midnight
East Stroudsburg resident Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick didn’t have to do much preparation to play the small role of Ethan Hawke’s son Henry in “Before Midnight.”
On-screen, Hawke and Davey-Fitzpatrick’s characters share a tight emotional bond. Off-screen, Davey-Fitzpatrick felt as if he’d known Hawke and director Richard Linklater all of his life. “Ethan and Rick were the coolest guys to hang out with,” says the 14-year-old actor. “We had a blast together.”
When Davey-Fitzpatrick found a few lines tough to say, Hawke, who co-wrote the screenplay with Linklater and co-star Julie Delpy, updated the dialogue for him.
But what really impressed the teen actor was Hawke’s knowledge of a Greek beverage called the Submarine Water Taffy. When Davey-Fitzpatrick and his father, actor Jim Fitzpatrick, joined Linklater and Hawke for lunch, Hawke ordered the drink for Seamus.
“They put the saltwater taffy into this drink but it doesn’t dissolve completely so you can eat the taffy and then, at the end, you can drink what’s leftover,” says the actor, who’s best known for his turns in “The Omen” (as the title character) and “Moonrise Kingdom.” “It was pretty cool.”
Shot and set in Greece, “Before Midnight” is Linklater’s finale to the acclaimed trilogy, which also included “Before Sunrise” (1995) and “Before Sunset” (2004). In the first movie, Jesse (Hawke) and Celine (Delpy) fall in love while walking and talking through the streets of Vienna.
In the nine-years-later follow-up “Before Sunset,” they reunite in Paris where she’s living and flirts with a reunion. Now in “Before Midnight,” they’re finally a couple raising twin daughters. Davey-Fitzpatrick portrays Hawke’s son from his first marriage. The movie, now playing in Philadelphia, opens Friday at the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks and the 19th Street Theater in Allentown.
After completing “Midnight,” Davey-Fitzpatrick played a supporting role in “Wish You Well,” a dramedy starring Ellen Burstyn, Josh Lucas, and Mackenzie Foy. He also starred in “Northern Borders,” a coming-of-age saga set in Kingdom County, Vermont. The drama begins when Davey-Fitzpatrick’s father drops him off at Franklin’s Farm to be raised by his warring grandparents (Bruce Dern, Genevieve Bujold).
“The movie is about [my character] learning things about my messed-up family, including all of these crazy stories about our background,” the actor says. “At the same time, I’m befriending new people and meeting other interesting relatives.”
Co-starring in the movie is Jacqueline Hennessey (the daughter of Sean Hennessey from the Irish band Blackwater) as well as Seamus’ dad, Jim Fitzpatrick, who plays Dern’s cousin. For Seamus, sharing a scene with his father wasn’t all that different from the prep work the pair do before every one of Seamus’ movies.
“Whenever I get lines, I run them with my dad so I can memorize them,” says the actor. “So this was the same exact thing except for this time my Dad was in a costume and the cameras were rolling.”