Taron Egerton Biography
Taron Egerton (full name: Taron David Egerton) is a Welsh actor and singer born on 10th November 1989 in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. He is popularly known for his role in TV series The ‘Smoke’ and the 2014 action comedy movie ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’.
The name Taron is a variation of “taran”, which means “thunder” in the Welsh language. His father and family ran a bed-and-breakfast and his mother works in social services. He spent some of his early childhood on the Wirral Peninsula, and moved with his family to Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, on the Welsh island of Anglesey, where he went to primary school.
At the age of 12 he moved to Aberystwyth and attended Ysgol Penglais School before he went on to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where he graduated with a BA (Hons) Acting in 2012.
Taron Egerton Age
Egerton was born on 10th November 1989 in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. He is 28 years old as of 2018.
Taron Egerton Sister
Tamsin Egerton who is an actress known for her role as Chelsea Parker in St Trinian’s shares a surname with Taron which is mere coincidence as they are not related. Tamsin is of English, Irish, French and Ukrainian origin while Taron is of English and Welsh origin.
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Taron is not married but has been dating Emily Thomas for a couple of years, since November 2016. Emily is a British producer known for her effective work in a TV series, ‘Longtime.’
On 26th January 2017 during an interview with Heat Radio Taron was asked if he was single and his answer was, “Umm, I am not! It would be very flattering when anyone would want to date with me.”
He mentioned his girlfriend many times in the interviews but never revealed her name.
Taron David Egerton and Colin Firth
Taron and Colin Firth appeared together in Kingsman (2015), Taron portrayed the role of a delinquent-turned-debonair spy Eggsy and Colin Firth portrayed Harry his mentor. Harry died a violent death but the sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle he ‘resurrects’.
Taron Egerton Eddie the Eagle
Cut from the Olympic ski team, British athlete Michael “Eddie” Edwards travels to Germany to test his skills at ski jumping. Fate leads him to Bronson Peary, a former ski jumper who now works as a snowplow driver. Impressed by Edwards’ spirit and determination, Peary agrees to train the young underdog. Despite an entire nation counting him out, Eddie’s never-say-die attitude takes him all the way to a historic and improbable showing at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Alberta.
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Taron Egerton Phone Number
Hugh Jackman during an interview dropped some numbers which he claimed that were Taron Egerton’s phone number. People were not convinced that those were Taron’s real numbers here are some reactions from Tumbrl.
‘Also, I would think Taron would have a welsh phone number, meaning it would be formatted differently. Hugh spit out 7 random numbers when Welsh phone numbers aren’t 7 numbers long and their dialing codes are usually five so the person you’re calling is probably in America. Please stop calling the poor person with that phone number.’
‘But Hugh casually dropping Taron’s “phone number” in that interview though… *casually calls every possible area code for the number 747-3928 in existence*’
‘Sorry, but Hugh would have to be a fucking idiot and a piss poor human being to actually give away Taron’s actual mobile number. That’s one good way to piss someone off, and lose a friendship. I highly doubt he would do that. It’s probably the number for a hotel or something…or just some random numbers he jumbled together, and now some poor soul will have to put up with random calls from people asking for Taron. Poor person who has that number, now having to put with the crazies actually calling the number and taking up their time. It’s not the first time Hugh’s done it either. Ugh. Love Hugh, but sometimes I wish Hugh would think before he opens his mouth.
Taron Egerton Height
He stands at 1.75 m.
Taron Egerton Net Worth
Taron has an estimated net worth of $6 million.
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Taron Egerton made his acting debut in 2011 with a small role in two episodes of the ITV series Lewis as Liam Jay. Later, he was added to the main cast of the Sky1 series The Smoke. He played Garry ‘Eggsy’ Unwin, the young protégé of Harry Hart (Colin Firth), in Matthew Vaughn’s film Kingsman: The Secret Service and its sequel, Kingsman: The Golden Circle. The first movie’s success launched Egerton into fame and signed him into a three-movie contract with 20th Century Fox.
Egerton co-starred in Testament of Youth, based on the life of Vera Brittain, and appeared in the two-part episode “The Ramblin’ Boy” in the seventh series of Lewis as Liam Jay. In 2015, it was announced that Egerton would be starring in Billionaire Boys Club. He was named one of GQ’s 50 best-dressed British men in 2015 and 2016.
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Taron Egerton Songs
- I’m Still Standing
- The Way I Feel Inside
- Thrill Me
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Taron Egerton Gay
The Welsh actor posted a photo on his Instagram page a while back with the caption, “Cutie. My boy” accompanied by a heart emoji. His foolowers were thrown into a frenzy and he responded to one of the comments that asked his name and said, “nah, he’s mine and mine only.” He also liked a comment that asked whether that meant he had a boyfriend now.
He has not responded on the matter officially.
Taron Egerton The Smoke
The Smoke is a British drama written by Lucy Kirkwood and debuted on Sky1 on 20 February 2014 but was cancelled after one season. It stars Jamie Bamber, Taron Egerton, Jodie Whittaker and Rhashan Stone.
The series describes the high-adrenaline adventures of White Watch, a team of London firefighters. Leading the crew is Kev (Jamie), a good man injured and betrayed during the worst fire of his career. Standing by Kev’s side as he returns to work is his gutsy girlfriend Trish (Jodie) and his cocksure friend and fellow firefighter Mal (Rhashan). Other members of the crew include the fearless Ziggy(Pippa Bennett-Warner) and the mysterious new boy Dennis (Taron).
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Taron Egerton Wolverine
After his appearance in the film Kingsman: Secret Service, Egerton expressed his intention of playing the Wolverine as Hugh Jackman declared his intention of leaving the role. Jackman even suggested him to take his place and Tom Hardy as another potential Wolverine.
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Tell us about the premise of the film (Kingsman: The Secret Service)…
Egerton: “Kingsman: The Secret Service” is a new film by Matthew Vaughn, and it’s a kind of sort of riff on the spy genre really. It’s a kind of love letter I suppose to the spy films of days gone by when things were a little bit, potentially a bit more far fetched, a little bit more theatrical, a bit more sort of a reference of itself as a genre. Basically the story is of a young man who has a wonderful skill set, a fantastically physically and mentally able young man who through circumstances has kind of fallen to being a little bit dysfunctional and fallen into petty crime and what have you. And basically Colin Firth’s character Harry Hart offers him the chance, the opportunity to channel his abilities towards something more constructive, i.e. being a spy for Kingsman.
Talk us through your audition process…
Egerton: The whole experience of auditioning for this film was something of a whirlwind. It was kind of, yeah it all just happened very, very quickly. So it was one Thursday when I got these three scenes to audition with, the meeting with Matthew was the following day. And it was by far the most elaborate audition I had every done, at least in studios. And basically I went along, I only learned two of the scenes because I didn’t have much notice, which Matthew wasn’t very impressed with, still cast me though. The lesson is don’t do the work, no. Yes, basically I wasn’t able to learn it in all in the space of time because I was filming. So I went along and auditioned and he seemed to enjoy it, and what followed was a series of almost Kingsman like trials, where I kind of did stunt auditions. And I did in fact go up to his house in Suffolk I think it is and yeah, basically he wanted to see me deliver every line that was in the script at that point, because he’s, because he’s Matt, that’s what he’s like, you know? So yeah, you know what? It was actually a really lovely experience. We sat there; we read through the whole script, he read through the other parts. And he was so kind about it as we went along. You know, he would, if he thought, every few pages he would say, you know, “I really liked what you did there.” And it was fab, you know it was great. And yeah basically one Saturday morning we kind of, I think it was about five weeks after the initial audition, he called me and said, yeah he said, “Yeah I think we’re about to offer you this part.” And I went, “I don’t know what that means.” Couldn’t you have waited a couple of days and just offered me the part?” And basically what he meant was there was a set of sort of conditions basically to that and it was all confirmed for me Monday and I had to begin to being Eggsy.
This was your first film (Kingsman: The Secret Service), how did you find that experience?
Egerton: Tremendously nervous, you know for a full set of reasons. Matthew you know in his, he was always very encouraging to me and always did what ever he could to dispel his nerves, that being said, he’s quite a forthright chap. He’s someone who’s quite easy to be nervous around, you know particularly as a newbie. And the script was so good, it was so good, that that in itself kind of makes you a bit nervous, you know because you want to justice to it but equally when something is this exciting it kind of makes you go, “let’s grab this bull by the horns.” You know? So yeah it was my first day on any film set was on this movie. Yeah, casual, you know?
How did you find working with Colin Firth?
Egerton: I’ve been incredibly fortunate in my short career to have worked with some absolutely and incredibly generous older actors. I did a television show called “The Smoke” and you know Jamie Bamber, Rhashan Stone was so good to me on that. And on “Kingsman” Colin was the same really. But I think it was such an intense experience for me that it matters all the more. I really, I kind of needed a pal; it nearly killed me making that film. I loved every second of it, but it was exhausting. You know I’m, yeah and he was just someone, you know before the first day of filming he called me and I was asleep. I do that a lot, I like to sleep. And he left it on message and basically saying he was pleased I had been cast and felt I was the man for the job and he was excited to work with me. And I had a partner at the time and we sat and listened to it and we just both went, “God, what is going on?” You know? I’ve got an answering message of Oscar winner Colin Firth! So yeah he seemed like the best. I just adored him. We were at the premiere last night and I. we were both in the loo having a wee, and I just sort of gave him a hug and I said, “Mate, I can’t, I’m not going to be too soppy about this, but I’ve just got to thank you for everything,” because he’s just been a great friend to me. An extraordinary man, he really is.
How did you approach the incredible action sequences of the film?
Egerton: It was the great unknown for me, I suppose, you know? I had never really been involved in, I had done action of sorts but it’s the stylized nature of action in ‘Kingsman” that makes it extraordinary and that makes it really demanding. You know it requires the, the fighting for example requires a real discipline and very specific choreography. And I kind of, I just had to go for it. It wasn’t always easy, you know there were times when I really didn’t feel I was getting things, and there were times when I was just so exhausted that you think, “My word, I really don’t know if, how am I going to get through this, you know?” But I worked with the most extraordinary team of men. You know Colin is someone that praises a lot as well. I owe a huge debt to Rudolf Vrba, and that’s an awful pronunciation of his checks, and Damien Walters, two lads who were on Brad Allen’s team. They kind of you know, they built one of, one of them built my body with me and the other taught me how to move. And yeah, they kind of have as much responsibility for what Eggsy is in the film as I do really.