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Gattlin Griffith is a Actor American born on 13 november 1998 at California (USA)

Gattlin Griffith

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Birth name Gattlin Tadd Griffith
Nationality USA
Birth 13 november 1998 (25 years) at California (USA)

Gattlin Tadd Griffith (born November 13, 1998) is an American actor, best known for portraying Walter Collins in the 2008 film Changeling. He also had episodic roles on TV series such as Supernatural.

Griffith was born to film stuntman Tad Griffith and wife Wendy Morrison Griffith, and is the fourth generation of a champion trick riding and equestrian gymnastics family.
His paternal grandfather, Dick Griffith, is in the ProRodeo Hall of Fame and the National Cowboy Hall of Fame, and his paternal grandmother, Connie Rosenberger Griffith, is in the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame. He has three younger brothers, Callder West, Arrden Hunt and Garrison Cahill. He now plays football for the Santa Clarita Warriors and he attends Bishop Alemany High School class of 2017. He starred in the films Under the Bed and Labor Day.

Best films

Changeling (2008)
(Actor)

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Filmography of Gattlin Griffith (9 films)

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Labor Day
Labor Day (2014)
, 1h51
Directed by Jason Reitman
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Psychologie
Actors Kate Winslet, Josh Brolin, Tobey Maguire, Clark Gregg, Gattlin Griffith, James Van Der Beek
Roles Henry
Rating69% 3.450733.450733.450733.450733.45073
In 1987, Adele Wheeler (Kate Winslet) is a depressed single mom who lives in a rural home with her 13-year-old son, Henry (Gattlin Griffith). While they are clothes shopping, a bloody man approaches Henry and makes them take him home to look after him. The man is revealed to be Frank Chambers (Josh Brolin), a convict who is wanted by the local police after breaking out of jail. Through flashbacks, it is revealed that Frank is a Vietnam veteran who returned home and married his pregnant girlfriend, Mandy (Maika Monroe), who soon gave birth. A year after the baby's birth, Frank and Mandy had a fight, in which, based on his suspicions he asks if he's even the baby's father. During the fight, he pushed her against a radiator, resulting in her death. Simultaneously, through imagery, it is implied that the baby drowned. Frank was sent to jail for murder.
Under the Bed, 1h27
Directed by Steven C. Miller
Genres Horror
Actors Jonny Weston, Gattlin Griffith, Peter Holden, Musetta Vander, Nikki Griffin, Tyler Steelman
Roles Paulie Hausman
Rating45% 2.2611052.2611052.2611052.2611052.261105
Two brothers team up to battle a creature under the bed, in what is being described as a "suburban nightmare" tale.
Green Lantern, 1h54
Directed by Martin Campbell
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Fantastic, Fantasy, Action, Adventure
Themes Films about extraterrestrial life, Superhero films, Super-héros inspiré de comics, Films about extraterrestrial life
Actors Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively Reynolds, Peter Sarsgaard, Mark Strong, Temuera Morrison, Angela Bassett
Roles Young Hal
Rating54% 2.746122.746122.746122.746122.74612
Billions of years ago, beings called the Guardians of the Universe used the green essence of willpower to create an intergalactic police force called the Green Lantern Corps. They divided the universe into 3600 sectors, with one Green Lantern per sector. One such Green Lantern, Abin Sur of Sector 2814, defeated the malevolent being Parallax and imprisoned him in the Lost Sector on the desolate planet Ryut. In the present day, Parallax escapes from his prison after becoming strengthened by an encounter with crash survivors on the planet, feeding off of their fear to gain strength before pursuing and nearly killing Abin Sur, who escapes and crash-lands on Earth where he commands his ring to find a worthy successor.
Blood Done Sign My Name, 2h8
Directed by Jeb Stuart
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Crime
Themes Political films
Actors Rick Schroder, Omar Benson Miller, Lee Norris, Michael Rooker, Nick Searcy, Lela Rochon
Roles Tim Tyson
Rating64% 3.2419553.2419553.2419553.2419553.241955
A drama based on the true story in which a black Vietnam-era veteran is allegedly murdered by a local white businessman who is later exonerated. The plot focuses on the role of a local high-school teacher and the civil unrest that followed the acquittal.
The River Why
Directed by Matthew Leutwyler
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Zach Gilford, Amber Heard, Kathleen Denise Quinlan, Dallas Roberts, William Devane, William Hurt
Roles Bill Bob
Rating54% 2.749932.749932.749932.749932.74993
The River Why is an adaptation of the 1983 Sierra Club novel by David James Duncan. The coming-of-age tale centers on a young man named Augustine "Gus" Orviston (Zach Gilford) and his quest for an elusive rainbow trout, which is a metaphor for the man's internal search for self-knowledge. Amber Heard plays his love interest, a tomboy fly-fisher named Eddy. It starts out with Gus, a discontented city-dweller, fresh out of school. Living with his father, a man who literally has a bible on fly-fishing and his mother, a just as avid non-fly fisherman, Gus and his rather quiet little brother, deal with a lot of heated debates from his parents. They also hear the story of how both parents fishing for the same prized Rainbow Trout led to them falling in love constantly. After a day in the city where Gus catches a glimpse of the tom-boy Eddy at a fishing demonstration, he ends the night storming out and burning the prized family trout after a heated argument with his parents. Feeling it is time for a change, Gus drives out to the best fishing grounds he can find and obtains an old shack to stay in. He wakes up the next morning with one goal: fish all day and every day. This works out quite well for Gus as he also manages to get extra food from the sociable neighbors and their band of children who trade him fresh produce for the occasional fishing lesson. Everything is working well for Gus until he comes across a dead fisherman upriver. Unsure of what to do, Gus loads him into his boat and drags him and a water-filled boat back to land. Although the exhausted Gus is fine physically, he is in an emotional turmoil. Although he is living an idyllic lifestyle and has complete freedom, he feels empty and confused. Although Gus, like the majority of humans had faced and known about death before, this was his first awakening to it. Gus is unsure of what to do until he meets a philosophic man, Titus, who talks to him about other goals and philosophies in life. Although Gus is still having a relatively hard time, he manages to start to rebuild himself emotionally. One day, while walking along the river-bank, he sees Eddy skinny-dipping and fishing. Amazed at the sight, but wanting to be decent, Gus quickly puts down his things and runs the other way. He whistles to signify he is coming, giving Eddy the chance to cover up. He and Eddy manage to lead a very awkward conversation with Gus not knowing what to say, and Eddy seeing his things and leaving. Gus keeps her fish and fishing pole until she can get it back and walks home pleasantly surprised. The next day, he helps a rather terrible fisherman and newspaper editor catch his fish. This man is so impressed that he writes an intriguing article about mysterious fisherman, Augustine (Gus) Orviston. Gus also has him include his personal information so Eddy can come get her stuff. Gus is starting to get a lot of fame and fortune from people coming to visit and get fishing advice from this "amazing Augustine." Gus is doing better keeping busy, but he is still having a hard time making sense of everything. Then, Eddy comes back. Gus lets her stay at his house, but this quickly leads to them discovering their feelings for each other. Although this is a rather innocent relationship, it is also believable to have in "real life." This culminates to Eddy catching a rainbow trout to Gus's disbelief, but telling him that it is his job to tire the trout out and catch it. Gus spends all night catching this fish, and showing an amazing level of passion while he does so. But, when Gus catches the fish, he decides to let it go. He then finds Eddy and they consummate their relationship. And although he displays a truly inspiring level of passion for fishing, he shows even more care and devotion to Eddy, which she returns wholeheartedly. A few days later, Eddy wanders off while Gus is fixing the house. Gus follows her soon after and finds her fishing with his family. The story culminates with Gus forgiving his parents and finding what he was searching for all along; happiness and purpose. The "River Why" can be seen as a philosophic outlook on life. Although Gus was originally searching for solitude in fishing with his grand prize as the rainbow trout, he ends up letting the rainbow trout go for what life is pushing him towards; his own family and life. This may not have been what he originally wanted, but it led him to true happiness. And in a way, we all have our own goals or "rainbow trout," but sometimes life may push us another way, and that other way could be to true happiness. And true happiness is the real rainbow trout we are all looking for.
The New Daughter, 1h48
Origin Espagne
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Actors Kevin Costner, Ivana Baquero, Samantha Mathis, Gattlin Griffith, Noah Taylor, Gattlin Griffith
Roles Sam James
Rating52% 2.6499652.6499652.6499652.6499652.649965
John James (Kevin Costner), a recently divorced novelist, moves into an old house in the country with his teenage daughter, Louisa (Ivana Baquero), and young son, Sam (Gattlin Griffith). John and Louisa's relationship is strained; She accuses him of never loving her mother and ruining everything.
Couples Retreat, 1h53
Directed by Peter Billingsley
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films
Actors Vince Vaughn, Malin Åkerman, Tasha Smith, Jon Favreau, Ken Jeong, Kristin Davis
Roles Robert
Rating55% 2.750442.750442.750442.750442.75044
Dave (Vince Vaughn), a dealer for Guitar Hero, and Ronnie (Malin Åkerman), a stay-at-home mom, are a typical couple with two young children. They experience various stresses including redecorating their house and raising their kids. Joey (Jon Favreau) and Lucy (Kristin Davis) are high school sweethearts with a smart but naive teenage daughter named Lacey. Their relationship is on the rocks. Jason (Jason Bateman) and Cynthia (Kristen Bell) are a neurotic couple who've experienced multiple failed attempts to conceive, and Shane (Faizon Love), who has recently separated from his wife, has a much younger twenty-year-old girlfriend, Trudy (Kali Hawk).
Uncorked
Uncorked (2009)

Origin USA
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Julie Benz, JoBeth Williams, Elliott Gould, Scott Elrod, Gattlin Griffith, Anne-Marie Johnson
Roles Luke Browning
Rating60% 3.049373.049373.049373.049373.04937
Johnny (Julie Benz) is a high-powered executive who is definitely not looking to fall in love but a business conference takes her to wine country she meets a handsome widower Andrew (Scott Elrod) who invites Johnny to meet his family after she loses her job. In helping his parents' winery she begins to fall in love with him and his family but when she gets offered another job she has to choose between her career or Andrew.
Changeling
Changeling (2008)
, 2h21
Directed by Clint Eastwood
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Historical, Crime
Themes Films about children, Films about families, Medical-themed films, Films about psychiatry, Films about capital punishment, Films set in psychiatric hospitals
Actors Angelina Jolie, Jeffrey Donovan, John Malkovich, Jason Butler Harner, Riki Lindhome, Colm Feore
Roles Walter Collins
Rating76% 3.8491753.8491753.8491753.8491753.849175
In Los Angeles in 1928, single mother Christine Collins (Jolie) returns home to discover her nine-year-old son, Walter (Gattlin Griffith), is missing. Reverend Gustav Briegleb (Malkovich) publicizes Christine's plight and rails against the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) for its incompetence, corruption and the extrajudicial punishment meted out by its "Gun Squad" led by Chief James E. Davis (Feore). Several months after Walter's disappearance, the LAPD tells Christine that he has been found alive. Believing the positive publicity will negate recent criticism of the department, the LAPD organizes a public reunion. Although "Walter" (Devon Conti) claims he is Christine's son, she says he is not. Captain J. J. Jones (Donovan), the head of the LAPD's Juvenile Division, insists the boy is Walter and pressures Christine into taking him home "on a trial basis".