Owen Kline Biography
A native of New York, New York, United States, Owen Joseph Kline is an American filmmaker, actor, and cartoonist, well known for his directorial debut Funny Pages (2022) and his directorial debut Funny Pages (2022) his performance as Frank Berkman in The Squid and the Whale (2005).
Owen Kline Age
Kline is 30 years old as of 2021, he was born on 14 October 1991, in New York, New York, United States. She celebrates his birthday on 14 October every year.
Owen Kline Height
Kline stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m) tall and has moderate weight.
Owen Kline Education
Kline started acting in his adolescence in the independent films The Anniversary Party (2001) and Noah Baumbach’s The Squid and The Whale (2005), whereas he did not pursue a subsequent career in acting, rather remaining in junior high school.
Owen Kline Parents
Kline was born and brought up in New York City, to actress Phoebe Cates (mother) and theater and film actor Kevin Kline (father). He was raised together with his younger sister, Greta Kline, a musician/singer-songwriter.
Owen Kline Girlfriend
Owen Kline is conceivably single. We have no records of past relationships with Owen Kline.
Owen Kline Net Worth
Kline has an estimated net worth of $9 million.
Owen Kline Diabetes
Kline has type 1 diabetes. Since noticing its effects firsthand, he’s dedicated a lot of time, effort, and money toward fundraising efforts to find a cure for the metabolic disease, which affects more than a million Americans. Kline’s mother known as Phoebe Cates backs the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The foundation helps in putting on advantages like Rock the Cure and the Promise Ball to raise money for research.
Owen Kline Movies
- Funny Pages
- The Squid And The Whale 2005
- The Anniversary Party 2001
- Fowl Play
- Jazzy for Joe
- Jobe’z World 2018
- John’s Gone 2010
- Life as a House 2001
Owen Kline The Squid And The Whale
It was a 2005 American independent arthouse comedy-drama film composed and directed by Noah Baumbach and produced by Wes Anderson. The film reveals the semi-autobiographical story of two boys in Brooklyn dealing with their parents’ divorce in 1986. It was named after the big squid and sperm whale diorama housed at the American Museum of Natural History, which is seen in the film.
That film was hit on Super 16mm, largely using a handheld camera. It won awards at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, for best dramatic direction and screenwriting, and was selected for the Grand Jury Prize. Baumbach subsequently obtained an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay. The film obtained six Independent Spirit Award nominations and three Golden Globe nominations. The New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, and the National Board of Review voted its screenplay the year’s best.
The film was assembled with widespread acclaim from critics. It was household disaster reminisced as comedy: a film whose catalog of deceits and embarrassments, and of love pratfalling over itself, makes it as (excruciatingly) painful as it is (exhilaratingly) funny.” The English Indie folk band Noah and the Whale takes its name from a combination of the director’s name (Noah Baumbach) and the film’s title.