- Full Name Jett Klyne
- Birth Date Jun 15, 2009
- Age 13 Years, 9 Months
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Penticton, British Columbia, USA
- Occupation Actor
- Mother Destee Klyne
- Father Paul Klyne
- Net Worth Undisclosed
Jett Klyne | BiographyChild Actor
Jett Klyne is an American child actor known for his role as Tommy Maximoff on the Marvel series 'WandaVision.'
Who is Jett Klyne?
Jett Klyne was born on 15 June 2009 in Penticton, British Columbia. Although his official debut was in 2013 at the age of four, his first TV appearance was in 2009 on a commercial.
His first role was as Colby in the 2013 movie Heart of Dance. After that, in 2016, he was the young boy Brahms in The Boy. The same year he was also in the series Supernatural and the short film The Trouble with Destiny.
Followed by that, in 2017, he was in several projects. He acted in Beyond, Manny Dearest, While You Were Dating, Devil in the Dark, Zombie in the Closet, With Love, Christmas, and The Humanity Bureau.
Furthermore, Klyne was the young Spender in a 2018 episode of The X-File and then Splinter Boy in Colony. The same year he was in Skyscraper, The Girl in the Bathtub. Then, in the 2018 episode of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, he was young Harvey. He was also in Supergirl and the movie Time for Me to Come for Christmas.
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Subsequently, in 2019 he landed the role of Tommy in the series Deadly Class, and Joshua in movie Z, alongside Puppet Killer and Writing Jim in 2020.
Then, in 2021, Klyne got his career-defining character of Tommy Maximoff in the Marvel series WandaVision, alongside Julian Hilliard as Billy Maximoff. In 2022, he is also set to recur as Maximoff in the Doctor Strange 2 film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. In addition, he is also ready to appear as Caylum in the movie 13 Steps.
Klyne Parent's Manage his Career
Klyne was born to Destee Klyne and Paul Klyne and raised in Canada. His parents also grew up in Olver Town of British Columbia.
After his acting career took off, his parents continued to manage him. In addition to that, his grandparents also encouraged him to act.
On 7 February 2022, on his Instagram, managed by his parents, he thanked his late grandfather for teaching him about work integrity.
He uploaded a childhood picture with them and captioned, "I don't think anyone had as much integrity, work ethic, or quiet kindness as you did. I don't think you ever lost at Sueca and no one taught me more about gardening than you. You had a smile that lit up the room and loved me unconditionally and I'll love you forever Grandpa."