Find out more about Archie Heaton, son of Charlie Heaton.
Archie Heaton is a British citizen and a Taurus by birthdate and sign. He was born in England on May 19, 2014. His parents, the well-known actor Charlie Heaton and the Japanese singer Akiko Matsuura, have helped him gain early fame.
Childhood & Early Learning
Archie’s mother is taking care of him in London following his parents’ divorce shortly after his birth, and he sometimes gets to visit his father, who has been seeing Natalia Dyer, another actor, since 2016.
Archie has just entered fifth grade and has joined the soccer team; in addition, his father has started paying for him to take acting classes. Archie’s parents have promised that they would let him pursue whatever career he likes in the future, although both Akiko and Charlie would prefer that he get a degree first.
Archie’s parents are certain that he would be spoiled by their lack of competition for their attention, since they do not have any siblings.
It’s safe to say that Archie is one energetic young man. He enjoys playing soccer and basketball with his pals, as well as hanging out in the house and playing video games on his PlayStation 4. He takes pleasure in his schoolwork and excels in the math subjects. Once in a while, his father brings him to the theater to see a play, and to the movie theater to see a new release, in the hopes of sparking his son’s interest in the cinema.
Archie’s parents won’t let him have a pet, despite the fact that he enjoys spending time with animals and has visited both an animal shelter and a zoo.
Dimensions (age, height)
Archie is a little boy of age 6. He stands about 3 feet, 9 inches (1.15 meters) tall, weighs around 44 pounds, and has brown hair and eyes (20kgs). His father’s fortune is anticipated to be over $300,000 as of August 2020, and Archie is sure to get some of it.
Where have I heard the name Charlie Heaton before?
Charlie Heaton was born on February 6, 1994 in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. He is an Aquarius by astrological sign and a British citizen by birth.
The role of Jonathan Byers in the Netflix spooky thriller “Stranger Things,” which has been aired since 2016, has brought him widespread recognition as an actor and musician.
Charlie was reared in Leeds by his mother after his father abandoned the family soon after his birth. His mother put him in a performing arts school when he showed an early interest in singing, dancing, and acting.
Charlie was an athlete who participated in several sports, including soccer and tennis, before leaving for London at age 16 to join the rock band Comanechi. He was a member of Comanechi for a whole year, and it was there that he first met Akiko, who had just joined the group.
Beginning his acting debut with the 2014 short film “Life Needs Courage,” he went on to play Michael Stevens in 2015’s “The Schoolboy” and “Rise of the Footsoldier Part II” dealer and “Urban & the Shed Crew” protagonist Frank, respectively.
After playing Gary McCready in two episodes of the British series “DCI Banks,” Riley in the episode “Changing Tides,” and Luke Dickinson in two episodes of the British medical series “Casualty,” he made his television series debut in 2015.
He played Mark in the 2016 American film “As You Are” and Stephen Portman in the 2017 French-Canadian psychological thriller “Shut In,” and in 2018, he was in “The Performers: Act III” and “Marrowbone,” a Spanish psychological horror mystery film.
His most recent parts have been in “No Future” and “The New Mutants,” both from the United States, and he has just been cast in the American-British film “The Souvenir Part II,” which is scheduled for release in the latter half of 2020.
Besides being nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Choice Scene Stealer and another Screen Actors Guild Award in 2020, Charlie won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series in 2017 and was nominated for the same award in 2018.
It has been stated that Charlie formerly struggled with substance abuse. In the days leading up to the premiere of the second season of “Stranger Things” on October 21, 2017, Charlie was denied entry to the United States after flying in from London due to the discovery of cocaine in his possession; however, he later claimed that he was “affected by an issue at U.S. immigration” and that the incident had nothing to do with drugs.