Nicholas Galitzine is a British actor and singer. He first got his role in the film The Beat Beneath My Feet in 2014. In 2020, he played the bisexual teenager Timmy in The Craft: Legacy, which is a sequel to The Craft. In 2021, he also played Prince Robert in Cinderella, appearing on 7 songs on the soundtrack of movie. In 2022, Galtzine was cast as one of the leads in the movie adaptation of romance novel Red, White, & Royal Blue, playing the fictional Prince Henry of Wales opposite Taylor Zakhar Perez. His debut single “Comfort” was released on June 24, 2022.
One of the early roles that brought Nicholas Galitzine to the spotlight was in the 2014 drama film “The Beat Beneath My Feet,” where he played a troubled teenager with a passion for music. This film showcased his ability to portray complex emotional states, hinting at his potential for a wide-ranging acting career. He further showcased his talent in the 2015 film “High Strung” where he played a violinist. His performances extend to the small screen as well, with a significant role in the Netflix series “Chambers,” where he starred alongside Uma Thurman, portraying a character tied to eerie, supernatural occurrences. His most recent notable work is in the 2020 adaptation of “Cinderella,” where he took on the romantic lead role opposite Camila Cabello.
Galitzine has worked with a range of professionals from the entertainment realm. Some of the notable individuals include Uma Thurman, with whom he shared screen space in “Chambers,” and Camila Cabello in “Cinderella.” Other significant collaborators include actors like Luke Perry and Molly Ringwald in the 2018 drama film “The Beat Beneath My Feet,” and directors such as Michael Damian of “High Strung” and Kay Cannon of “Cinderella.”
While Nicholas Galitzine hasn’t been swept up in a whirlwind of awards ceremonies, his work has not gone unnoticed. His performance in “The Beat Beneath My Feet” won him the “Best Actor” award at the 2014 Utah Film Awards.