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Calum Worthy

Nick, "The Act"

Calum Worthy stars as Nick. When Nick meets Gypsy on a Christian dating website, he seems like the perfect match: A good Catholic boy who wants a big family. But what starts as a sweet love affair quickly turns into something darker.  

Worthy began his acting career at the age of nine with his screen debut in “Night Visions” and went on to land the starring role in award-winning mini-series “I Was a Rat.”  He has since appeared in a number film and television productions, including a series regular role on “Out of Order” and recurring roles on series such as “The Days,” “Reunion” and “Psych.”  

In addition to his early feature films such as “The Last Mimzy,” “Dr. Dolittle 3” and “Deck The Halls,” he has also appeared on television shows including “Stargate Atlantis”, “Kyle XY,” “Smallville,” “Supernatural” and “Stormworld,” the latter of which earned him the 2010 Leo Award in Canada for his performance. His breakout came 2011 with a guest-starring role on “Good Luck Charlie,” which soon led to a series regular role on “Austin & Ally.” He went on to star in “American Vandal” and recently wrapped the newest Kenya Barris pilot, “Bright Futures.” His next main role on television will come as the superhero Speedball in “New Warriors.”  

Worthy recently starred in the film “Bodied,” directed by Joseph Kahn and produced by Eminem, where he played a progressive graduate student who finds success and sparks outrage when his interest in battle rap as a thesis subject becomes a competitive obsession. The film took home the Midnight Madness People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2017 and was released on November 2, 2018. Following “Bodied,” Worthy can next be seen in the 2019 independent film “Corporate Animals,” directed by Patrick Brice and starring opposite Demi Moore & Ed Helms.  

Worthy is a supporter of The Climate Reality Project founded by Al Gore and continues to travel on behalf for the ONE Campaign to help fight global extreme poverty and spotlight the issue that Poverty is Sexist. Born in Victoria, British Columbia, Worthy currently resides in Los Angeles.   Worthy is repped by UTA, CTM International, Paul Young and Mike Griffin at Make Good.