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CALLAN MCAULIFFE (Sam) is a talented, young Australian actor who has already garnered praise for his numerous roles in theater, film and television. He has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry and he has emerged as one of Hollywood's most sought-after young actors.

McAuliffe made his U.S. film debut in the Rob Reiner film "Flipped,” which premiered in the summer of 2010. After an international search Rob Reiner hand-picked McAuliffe to star as the lead character. Based on the novel by Wendelin Van Draanen, "Flipped” takes Bryce (McAuliffe) and Juli (Madeline Carroll) from grade school to junior high through triumph and disaster, family drama and first love, as they make the discoveries that will define who they are and who they are to each other. The Warner Bros. film also starred Aidan Quinn, Rebecca De Mornay and John Mahoney.

On television, McAuliffe will next be seen starring in the highly anticipated Australian mini-series "Cloudstreet,” which will air in March 2011. Based on Tim Winton's literary masterpiece and multi-award-winning book, this is Australia's largest television production in the past decade. Past appearances include a role in the Australian Logie Award–winning television series "Packed to the Rafter,” as well as "Comedy Inc.” and "Blue Water High.”

Internationally McAuliffe was last seen in the multi-award-winning "Franswa Sharl,” a short film directed by Hannah Hilliard that tells the true story of a young boy (McAuliffe) as he grows up in his own, unique way—while on holiday in Fiji. An official selection at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival, the film received The Crystal Bear Award for The Top Short Film in the Generation Kplus section. It also won the IF Award from Inside Film magazine at the Flickerfest International Film Festival in Australia and Top Short in the Melbourne Film Festival. The film was also screened at the Edinburgh, Aspen, St. Tropez, Rhode Island and Palm Springs Film Festivals.

McAuliffe discovered his talent for acting at an early age. At age 12, he became the Head Chorister of the Scots College in Sydney and played the title role in "Oliver.” In 2008 and 2009, he topped the prestigious London Trinity College musical theater exams in Sydney. With a natural talent as an actor and singer, as well as an ability to play a number of musical instruments, McAuliffe has created a wide variety of characters using accents that include British, Cockney, American and, of course, Australian.

He divides his time between Los Angeles and Sydney as he completes his education and focuses on performing. Recently, McAuliffe spent 3 months in the Australian Outback securing his Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award by completing a survival course. He's currently working on his Silver Duke of Edinburgh Award in Africa this December.

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