Clean-cut, fresh-faced British actor Gregg Sulkin first bowed onscreen during his adolescent years playing Bernie Rubens, a Jewish boy on the cusp of manhood who finds his bar mitzvah overshadowed by all sorts of extenuating circumstances in Paul Weiland's gentle coming-of-age comedy-drama Sixty Six (2006). Sulkin played the role opposite screen giants Helena Bonham Carter and Stephen Rea and received critical laurels for his work.
Biography by Nathan Southern
- Made his acting debut at only 10 years old, appearing in the 2002 British miniseries Doctor Zhivago.
- Celebrated his bar mitzvah at the Western Wall in Israel in 2005.
- Competed at the 2009 Maccabiah Games, playing soccer with Team Great Britain.