Daniel Kaluuya chose improvisational theater as the first step in his acting career. Daniel Kaluuya, who wrote his first play at the age of nine, began his acting career with plays at a local theater school.
Daniel Kaluuya, who played his first role in the movie “Shoot the Messenger” in 2006, starred in the TV series “Skins” a year later, where he also contributed as a writer. Daniel Kaluuya, who has become a well-known name with this TV series, has appeared in many productions, including successful TV series such as “Doctor Who” and “Black Mirror”. In 2011, he played the character of Tucker in the movie “Johnny English Reborn”.
Daniel Kaluuya, who won many awards with his successful performances on the theater stages, starred in the movie “Sicario” in 2015 and then played the character of Chris Washington in the 2017 movie “Get Out”, which gave a new direction to his career. He was nominated for an Oscar for this performance.
Daniel Kaluuya, who shined on the screen as W'Kabi in the movie “Black Panther” a year later, won the Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar in 2021 for his performance in the movie “Judas and the Black Messiah”.
Notes from Daniel Kaluuya's career
Daniel Kaluuya is the first person born in the 1980s to have won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.