About Anton Yelchin
Anton Yelchin is a popular Russian-American actor who had been seen working actively from 2000 to 2016.
|Full Name||Anton Viktorovich Yelchin (Антон Викторович Ельчин)|
|Date of Birth||March 11, 1989|
|Birth Place||Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union|
|Parent(s)||Viktor Yelchin and mother Irina Korina|
|Date of Death||June 19, 2016|
|Cause of Death||traumatic asphyxia|
Personal Life and Relationship
Anton Yelchin, whose full name is Anton Viktorovich Yelchin, was born on 11 March 1989 in Leningrad, Russian SFSR, the Soviet Union as a father’s son Viktor Yelchin and mother Irina Korina where both were pair figure skaters. He was born with cystic fibrosis, which is known as a genetic disorder that mostly affects the lungs where his medical condition was revealed after his death. Yelchin had died on June 19, 2016, when he was at his age 27, and the cause of death is traumatic asphyxia.
Anton Yelchin had not confirmed any relationship with him where there were some dating rumors. Still, he had not mentioned anything about his relationship where there is also a rumor that he was gay.
Nationality and Physical Stats
Anton Yelchin holds an American and Russian nationality and belongs to Russian ethnicity. He was 5 feet 9 inches (175cm) tall with a weight of 67 kg. He had got black hair with Turquoise green eyes. As he was born on 11 March, his zodiac sign is Pisces.
Early Life and Education
When Yelton was six months old baby, his parents left for the United States in September 1989. Yelchin joined the Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies at Tarzana, California, and, after that, went to study film at the University of Southern California.
Anton Yelchin started his career in acting after being cast as Augie is an American comedy movie “A Man Is Mostly Water” in the year 2000, directed by Nick Castle. In the year was seen playing Milo’s role in the film “Delivering Milo,” where Mick Castle also directed it. In the same year, he had been seen playing into the movie like “15 Minuted,” “Along Came a Spider,” and “Hearts in Atlantis.”
Later, Anton Yelchin appeared as Jackson in a movie as Jackson “A Time for Dancing” and Charlie “Rooftop Kisses.” Further, he was seen playing the role of Tommy Warshaw in the coming-of-age comedy-drama movie “House of D” in the year 2004, which was written by David Duchovny. After that, he appeared in an independent drama thriller movie “Fierce People” as Finn Earl. After that, he was seen as Zack Mazursky in an American crime drama movie “Alpha Dog,” directed by Nick Cassavetes. After that year, he was seen playing the role of Charlie Barlett is an American comedy-drama film “Charlie Barlett, ” directed by Jon Poll.
In the year 2008, Anton Yelchin played a role in a romantic comedy-drama anthology movie “New York, I Love You.” In the same year, he appeared as Dorian Spitz in the coming-of-age comedy-drama movie “Middle of Nowhere.” He also starred as Pavel Chekov is an American science fiction action movie “Star Trek.” After, he played the role of Kyle Reese in a military science fiction action movie “Terminator Salvation.” He was also seen in Hans Canosa’s directed teen drama movie “Memoirs of Teenage Amnesiac” as Ace Zukerman.
Likewise, in 2011, Anton Yelchin was seen appearing in the romantic movie “Like Crazy” as Jacob, in the drama film “You and I” as Edvard Nikitin, and in another drama movie, “The Beaver” in the year 2011. He also provided his voice over the character shun Kazama in a Japanese animated drama movie “From Up on Poppy Hill” and also seen providing his voice-over Clumsy Smurf in a live- computer-animated comedy movie “The Smurfs.” Later, he had also voiced over the same character in “The Smurfs: A Christmas Carol.” After that, he was seen as Charley in the horror movie “Fright Night.”
Further, Anton Yelchin had been seen in the movies like “The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists”, “Movie 43”, “Odd Thomas,” “Star Trek Into Darkness,” “Only Lovers Left Alive,” “The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow” as a voice actor, “The Smurfs 2” as a voice actor, “Rudderless,” “5 to 7”, “The Apprentice,” “Cymbeline,” “Burying the Ex,” “Dying of the Lights,” “Court of Conscience,” “Experimenter,” “Kiss Kiss Fingerbang,” “Broken Horses,” “The Driftless Area,” “Green Room,” “Unity,” “Rise,” “Star Trek Beyond,” “Porto,” “We Don’t Belong Here,” “Rememory” and “Thoroughbreds.”
In 2019, he was cast into an American documentary movie “Love, Antosha,” directed by garret Price.
Anton Yelchin started his television career from the sixth season of the American fictional drama television series “ER” in 2000 as Robbie Edelstein. In the same year, he was seen playing in the television movie “Geppetto.” Later, he was cast as Jacob Clarke in a science fiction miniseries “Taken” in 2002, and in that year, he was seen as Justin Langer in “The Practice.”
Also, he was seen in several television series like “Without a Trace,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “NYPD Blue,” “Huff,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Criminal Minds” and “The Life & Times of Tim.” He had also appeared in a television movie “Jack” and also provided his voice as Dudley in a stop-motion animated comedy web series “Supermansion,” as well as delivering his voice-over Jim is an American computer-animated fantasy television series “Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia.”
Anton Yelchin had appeared as a voice actor in a “Star Trek” video game as Pavel Chekov and also provided his voice-over Clumsy Smurf in another video game “The Smurfs 2” in the year 2013.
In 2013, he was seen as the main character in a music video, “Holding On for Life,” by Broken Bells band.
Anton Yelchin used to have an estimated net worth of $10 million.