Lucas Tilll's first movie was 2003's 'The Adventures of Ociee Nash'. The 13-year-old played Harry Vanderbilt in a movie that Christian Spotlight On The Movies calls "rich and rewarding."
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In 2009 Lucas scored another famous role playing cowboy hat-wearing Travis Brody, love interest of Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana. Cyrus and Till dated during and briefly after the shoot.
His BIG Break
When he was 14 and still calling suburban Atlanta home, Till claimed the coveted role of a young Jack Cash, Johnny's brother, in the biopic, 'Walk The Line', starring Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix.
His role as the love interest in Taylor Swift's "You Belong To Me" music video sent fans to Google in search of the hottie's name. In a bout of reality mimicking art, the pair dated ever-so-briefly (like, two months) shortly after this video shoot but couldn't get out of the mutual friend zone.
Not-So-Swift On The Field
It was while Till was on the set of "You Belong To Me" that the actor endured the most embarrassing moment since he can remember.
That big catch of his that wins the team the big game? Well, it didn't go off quite as planned. It took several tries before Till could not only catch the ball but do so without falling flat on his face. When you remember that this was in front of a bleacher-full of extras, your heart definitely goes out to the guy.
The heartthrob has been linked with the aforementioned Swift, his 'Hannah Montana' co-star, Miley Cyrus, Kayslee Collins, and most recently, Carlson Young, whom he dated from 2012 to either 2013 or 2016 (depending on which website you consider the most reliable).
Perhaps his most recognizeable role is that of Havok in the 'X-Men' franchise. He has starred in 2011's 'X-Men: First Class', 2014's 'Days of Future Past', and this summer's big hit, 'X-Men: Apocalypse'.
Something For The Family
Lucas has one brother, Nick, seen here playing swords as kids. When Lucas made it big, he splurged on a TV for himself -- and his family. Why? "Mostly so I could always view whatever I wanted, how I wanted, when I would be at their houses, but under the guise of, 'Look what I got you. It’s a gift . . . for you!'" Clearly, family -- or TVs -- is very important to Lucas.
A Super Producer
Not content to merely be an X-Man, Till donned another superhero costume in 2011's 'All Superheroes Must Die'. Lucas not only starred alongside Jason Trost, the pair co-produced the film, eventually premiering it at the Toronto After Dark Festival in 2011.
You'd think an actor who played an X-Man would get his hands on some pretty cool movie props. But it was a token from his time on the 'Wolves' set that proved priceless. "[The best prop is] probably my gnarly werewolf teeth that are fitted to my mouth. No one else can utilize them, but I do. Often."
Till clearly likes his music loud and heavy, with German heavy metal six-piece Rammstein and System of a Down on regular rotation. Seeing as how he spent 3 weeks in Germany as an exchange student and is a member of the German Honour Society,the Teutonic influence makes perfect sense .
You can see Lucas on the big screen in 2017 in 'Monster Trucks', an action/comedy starring Till and Rob Lowe.
The New MacGyver
Till stars in Global's re-imagining of the '80s staple as 20-something Angus "Mac" MacGyver "who creates a clandestine organization within the U.S. government where he uses his extraordinary talent for unconventional problem solving and vast scientific knowledge to save lives. Under the aegis of the Department of External Affairs, MacGyver takes on the responsibility of saving the world, armed to the teeth with resourcefulness and little more than bubble gum and a paper clip."