Gregg Sulkin was born on May 29, 1992 in London, England. He attended high school in North London prior to making his acting debut on the miniseries "Doctor Zhivago" (ITV, 2002) opposite Keira Knightley and Sam Neill. Sulkin landed his first lead role in the 2006 feature film "Sixty Six," in which the young star played a boy whose long awaited bar mitzvah coincided with the final match of the 1966 World Cup. Acclaimed British actors Helena Bonham Carter and Eddie Marsan played Sulkin's parents in the coming-of-age comedy. "Sixty Six" received mixed reviews, but one of the film's fans was celebrated critic Roger Ebert, who praised the young actor's performance.
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