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Ian Nelson is a Actor American born on 10 april 1995

Ian Nelson

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Birth name Ian Michael Nelson
Nationality USA
Birth 10 april 1995 (24 years)

Ian Michael Nelson (born April 10, 1995) is an American actor who portrayed the District 3 male tribute in the 2012 film adaptation of The Hunger Games, and young Derek Hale in the television series Teen Wolf.

Biography

Nelson is the son of Mark and Janie Nelson and is one of four children. He is also a trained singer, dancer, and actor, and has been featured in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City for the past three years.

Best films

The Judge (2014)
(Actor)

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Ian Nelson
Ian Nelson
(4 films)
David Dobkin
David Dobkin
(1 films)
Ian Nelson
Ian Nelson
(2 films)
Sean McNamara
Sean McNamara
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Ian Nelson (8 films)

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Actor

The Boy Next Door, 1h31
Directed by Rob Cohen
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Erotic thriller films
Actors Jennifer Lopez, Ryan Guzman, Kristin Chenoweth, John Corbett, Hill Harper, Ian Nelson
Roles Kevin Peterson
Rating46% 2.3465952.3465952.3465952.3465952.346595
Claire Peterson (Jennifer Lopez) separates from her husband Garrett (John Corbett), after he was caught cheating with his secretary. Her colleague and best friend Vicky Lansing (Kristin Chenoweth) urges Claire to divorce. Claire meets 19-year-old Noah Sandborn (Ryan Guzman) - the orphaned nephew of her wheelchair-bound neighbor - who has just moved in next door. Noah befriends Kevin (Ian Nelson), Claire's teenage son, and begins attending his school, where Claire teaches English literature. Noah is drawn to Claire, expressing love for Homer's Iliad. With Kevin and Garrett away on a fishing trip, Claire watches a naked Noah in his room through her window.
The Judge
The Judge (2014)
, 2h21
Directed by David Dobkin
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy-drama, Crime
Themes Films about families
Actors Robert Downey Jr., Vera Farmiga, Ian Nelson, Leighton Meester, Eric West, Ian Nelson
Roles Eric Palmer
Rating73% 3.6992053.6992053.6992053.6992053.699205
Hank Palmer (Robert Downey Jr.) is a successful defense attorney in Chicago who has been estranged from his family in a small town in Indiana for a couple of years. His brother Glen (Vincent D'Onofrio) calls with news that their mother has died. As he leaves to fly to his hometown of Carlinville, it is revealed that Hank is going through a divorce and custody battle for his young daughter.
The Best of Me, 1h58
Directed by Michael Hoffman
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors James Marsden, Michelle Monaghan, Liana Liberato, Luke Bracey, Gerald McRaney, Clarke Peters
Roles Jared
Rating67% 3.3574553.3574553.3574553.3574553.357455
Dawson Cole (James Marsden) works on an oil rig off the coast of Louisiana. One day, an explosion on the job nearly kills him, throwing him into the water, but miraculously, he survives. Months later after recovering, Dawson learns that his close friend and surrogate father, Tuck Hostetler (Gerald McRaney), has died and returns home for the first time in almost twenty years to carry out Tuck's final wishes. When he arrives at his house, Dawson is surprised to find that Tuck also arranged for Dawson's high school girlfriend, Amanda Collier (Michelle Monaghan), to join him. It seems that Tuck's intention was that Dawson and Amanda would perhaps rekindle their former romance. However, Amanda is now married.
Alone Yet Not Alone, 1h43
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Action, Historical
Themes Films about religion
Actors Ian Nelson, Kelly Greyson
Roles Young Owen
Rating45% 2.270822.270822.270822.270822.27082
The Hunger Games, 2h22
Directed by Gary Ross
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Fantasy, Adventure
Themes Post-apocalyptic films, Films about religion, Films about television, Films based on science fiction novels, Films set in the future, La téléréalité, Political films, Dystopian films, Disaster films
Actors Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Lenny Kravitz
Roles Tribute Boy District 3
Rating71% 3.599073.599073.599073.599073.59907
In District 12, Katniss Everdeen volunteers when her younger sister Primrose is initially chosen by lot. She and the male Tribute, Peeta Mellark, are escorted to the Capitol by chaperone Effie Trinket and their mentor Haymitch Abernathy, a past District 12 victor and alcoholic. Haymitch impresses on them the importance of gaining sponsors, as they can provide gifts of food and supplies during the Games. During part of a series of televised interviews, Peeta publicly expresses his love for Katniss, which she initially takes as an attempt to earn sponsor favor, but later learns his love is genuine. While training, Katniss observes the Career Tributes Marvel, Glimmer, Cato, and Clove, from Districts 1 and 2, who have been training for the Games since a young age.
Legacy
Legacy (2008)
, 1h30
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Crime
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Haylie Duff, Tom Green, Madeline Zima, Jillian Murray, Monica Lo, Margo Harshman
Roles James
Rating31% 1.5746951.5746951.5746951.5746951.574695
When a geeky legacy is found dead at the hottest sorority on campus, the three most popular girls of the house are prime suspects. The films follows the three girls as they try to prove their innocence.
True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet, 1h27
Directed by Tim Matheson
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Actors JoJo, Valerie Bertinelli, Lynda Boyd, Ian Nelson, Justin Louis, Shenae Grimes-Beech
Rating57% 2.8982552.8982552.8982552.8982552.898255
Teen actress Morgan Carter (Joanna "JoJo" Levesque) is a Hollywood princess, until the day that her hard-partying ways get the best of her. After she collapses outside of a Hollywood nightclub, Morgan's mother (Lynda Boyd) sends her to live in the wilds of Fort Wayne, Indiana, with her Aunt Trudy (Valerie Bertinelli). Morgan is camouflaged into Claudia Miller and given a new hairstyle, and suddenly, Morgan, albeit unwillingly, blends in with her peers who don't own televisions or read magazines.
Bratz
Bratz (2007)
, 1h50
Directed by Sean McNamara
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Feminist films, Jeu, Films about music and musicians, Musical films, Films about toys, Political films, Buddy films, Teen movie
Actors Nathalia Ramos, Skyler Shaye, Paula Abdul, Logan Browning, Janel Parrish, Chelsea Kane
Roles Dylan
Rating30% 1.516271.516271.516271.516271.51627
Four friends — Chloe (Skyler Shaye), Yasmin (Nathalia Ramos), Sasha (Logan Browning), and Jade (Janel Parrish) — are about to start high school. Self-centered Meredith Eilazbeth Vickrica Baxter Dimly (Chelsea Kane) wants everyone to belong to a clique, and goes about organizing people. She does not like the independent spirit of the four girls and plots to destroy their friendship and make them conform to her pre-fabricated cliques. Chloe is an amazing soccer player. She meets Cameron (Stephen Lunsford) and is instantly smitten. Sasha is recruited as a cheerleader. Jade joins the science kids and meets Dexter (Chet Hanks) and designs great outfits. Yasmin joins journalism, even though her real passion is singing even though she hasn't realized yet. She also feels lonely as her friends are busy with their own cliques. She also meets Dylan (Ian Nelson), who is deaf but can lip read. The friends begin to drift apart, as they are compelled to stay within their cliques. Two years later, when an accidental food fight causes them to get detention, they realize that they miss being BFFs and decide to be friends again. They also try to get the other schoolmates to socialize outside their cliques, but their attempts fail when Meredith's 2nd Super Sweet 16 party (which ends disastrously) has them seated with their original cliques. The upcoming talent show and its prize of a scholarship gives them the idea to bring all the cliques together again with an act, but the chances are slim with Meredith's constant attempts to steal the spotlight. In the end, there is a tie. Meredith gets the trophy, but the girls get the scholarship, which they later give to Cloe.