Austin Butler is a well-known American actor, singer, and musician. As of 2023, Austin Butler has a net worth of $5 million that he accumulated through his acting and singing. He rose to fame after appearing in several stage shows.
Austin Butler Biography
Austin Butler was born on August 17, 1991, and is 32 years old as of 2023. He was born and raised in a well-settled family in Anaheim, California, United States. He has an American nationality and has his belief in the Christianity.
Austin Butler completed his early education at a local public school until 7th grade. After that, he completed his homeschooling until the 10th grade and passed the CHSPE, the state’s test for a high school diploma.
He started acting when he was very young. Austin Butler was introduced to a background acting firm by a representative at the Orange County Fair when he was 13 years old. The person also assisted him in beginning his career in the industry. Later, Austin started gaining interest in it, so he quickly started taking acting classes.
Date of Birth
17 August 1991
Anaheim, California, United States
Currently Live In
Los Feliz, California, United States
31 Years Old
English, Welsh, Scottish, Irish and Finnish Descent
Actor and Singer
TV Series: Hannah Montana (2006) Film: Aliens in the Attic (2009)
Elvis Presley in Film “Elvis” (2022)
Local Public School in Anaheim, California
Local University in Anaheim, California
Austin Butler’s Parents are Mr. David Butler and Mrs. Loria Anne (née Howell). By profession, his mother was an aesthetician who died of duodenal cancer on September 11, 2014. He has one older sibling. His sister is Ashley Butler who is also a well-known actress.
Austin Butler’s marital status is unmarried. Currently, he is in a relationship with model Kaia Gerber. The couple started dating at the end of 2021.
Before that, he has been in a long relationship with his Hannah Montana co-star Vanessa Hudgens. The lovely couple started dating in 2011 and parted their ways in 2021. He also dated Cody Kennedy and Anna Sophia Robb.
Father: David Butler Mother: Loria Anne
Brother: – Sister: Ashley Butler
Cody Kennedy, Anna Sophia Robb, Vanessa Hudgens
Austin Butler is a smart and handsome young man with a dashing personality. He has a strong and muscular physique with impressive measurements.
Austin Butler is about 6 feet tall and his body weighs about 68 kg. He has short blonde hair and blistering blue beautiful eyes.
6′ (1.85 m, 185 cm)
68 kg (149 lbs)
After appearing as an extra on various television shows, including “Unfabulous” and “Drake and Josh”, Austin Butler found his first work as a background actor playing the role of Zippy Brewster on Nickelodeon’s “Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide” in 2005. After that, Butler began to take his acting profession seriously.
In May 2007, he was cast as Derek Hanson, a guest character on the Disney Channel show “Hannah Montana”, opposite Miley Cyrus. In September, Butler appeared as Jake Krandle in the episode “iLike Jake” of the Nickelodeon show “iCarly”.
Austin Butler guest appeared on another Nickelodeon series, “Zoey 101”, playing the part of Danifer in the third season, and later he landed a prominent role on the same show playing James Garrett in the fourth season. In March, he played the role of Lance in the episode “Princess” of the short-lived Cartoon Network sitcom “Out of Jimmy’s Head”.
Butler played Jake Pearson in the family adventure film, “Aliens in the Attic”, which was released by 20th Century Fox in July 2009. The same year, Butler starred as Jordan Gallagher in the well-liked but short-lived ABC Family sitcom “Ruby & the Rockits”, alongside his close friend Alexa Vega and several other personalities.
In February 2010, Austin Butler was cast as Jones in a recurring role on the CW drama, “Life Unexpected”. Later that year, he had several appearances on “CSI: Miami”, “The Defenders”, “Wizards of Waverly Place”, “Jonas”, and other Disney Channel shows. He played Peyton Leverette, the protagonist character, in “Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure”, a Disney High School Musical spinoff, which was released the same year.
Butler’s next appearance was a recurring role in the ABC Family series, “Switched at Birth”, debuted on June 27, 2011. The same year, he agreed to play Zack Garvey, the protagonist character, in the Lifetime TV film, “The Bling Ring”, which is based on the burglary organization of the same name. He made a brief appearance on the NBC comedy “Are You There, Chelsea?” in January 2012.
Austin Butler continued acting in teen-focused TV shows in his early 20s, but he became more well-known for his lead parts in “The Carrie Diaries” and later “The Shannara Chronicles”. He was chosen to play Sebastian Kydd in the Sex and the City spinoff series “The Carrie Diaries” on The CW in March 2012.
Austin Butler joined the cast of the play “Death of the Author” in which he played the role of Bradley. The play previewed on May 20, 2014, and ran from May 28 to June 29.
He then took on the recurring role of Chase in the cast of “Arrow”. In 2015, he appeared in the thriller film “The Intruders”, alongside Miranda Cosgrove and Tom Sizemore, and also appeared in Kevin Smith’s 2016 horror comedy “Yoga Hosers”. Butler debuted in 2016 as Wil Ohmsford in “The Shannara Chronicles”, MTV’s television adaptation of Terry Brooks’ novel, The Elfstones of Shannara, but the series was canceled after two seasons.
In 2018, Austin Butler made his Broadway debut as Don Parritt, in “The Iceman Cometh”. He had an appearance as a fictional Tex Watson in the 2019 Quentin Tarantino movie, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”. In the same year, Butler received the role of Elvis Presley in the biographical film “Elvis” related to Baz Luhrmann. The movie had its world debut at the Cannes Film Festival in 2022.
Butler hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live in 2022, and also appeared in the 2023 drama film, “Bikeriders”, directed by Jeff Nichols. He will be seen performing another lead role in the upcoming war drama miniseries “Masters of the Air”, and will then play Feyd-Rautha in the sci-fiction epic “Dune: Part Two”.
Facts and Information
Austin Butler enjoys playing basketball, hiking, and cycling.
He has a good taste of creating and recording music.
He learned to play guitar at the age of 13 and piano at age of 16.
In 2023, Austin Butler was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time magazine.