Nathan Fillion (TV36)
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Actor / Dubbing
Nathan Fillion (English: Nathan Fillion, March 27, 1971 -), is a Canadian actor, his representative work is the ABC series "The Book of Spirits", playing the actor Richard Castle (Richard Castle) , And the TV series "Firefly" and its sequel adaptation of the film "Out of the Tranquility", in which he played the male lead Reynolds (Malcolm Reynolds).
In addition to TV drama performances, Fillion has also made outstanding achievements in the fields of movies, TV soap operas, situational dramas and stage dramas. In addition, he also helped video games "Halo 3", "Halo 3: ODST" and "Halo: Reach" Dubbing.
Fillion obtained American citizenship in 1997, and now he holds both Canadian and American citizenship.
Fillion was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. His parents were middle school English teachers and his eldest brother, Jeff. He graduated from Holy Trinity Catholic High School (Edmonton), Concordia University College of Alberta (English: Concordia University College of Alberta), and became a fraternity organization at the University of Alberta A member of the Kappa Alpha Society. According to Fillion, he is a descendant of Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early of the Confederate States of America.