THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN - PART 2
With natural talent and roles in a range of feature films, TAYLOR
Black) is quickly establishing himself as both a sought-after and powerful
He starred in Lionsgate's thriller Abduction for director John Singleton. The
stars Lily Collins, Sigourney Weaver and Alfred Molina, and centers on a young
man who sets out
to uncover the truth about his life after finding his baby photo on a missing
Lautner's production company, Quick Six Entertainment, also co-produced the
In The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn â€“ Part 1, Lautner reprised his role of Jacob
opposite Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, established in Twilight and
intensified in The
Twilight Saga: New Moon, and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
In 2010, Lautner starred in Warner Bros' Valentine's Day, directed by Garry
The ensemble cast included Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper, Patrick Dempsey,
Anne Hathaway, Ashton Kutcher and Julia Roberts. Lautner got his big break in
2005 when, at
the age of 13, he won the role of Shark Boy in Robert Rodriguez's The Adventures
and Lavagirl 3D. Within months, he had successfully auditioned to play Eliot,
the son of Steve
Martin's rival Jimmy Murtaugh, in the family hit Cheaper by the Dozen 2.
Lautner's television credits include "My Wife and Kids," "Summerland," "The
Show," and "The Nick and Jessica Variety Hour."
At the age of six, Lautner began studying karate and was winning tournaments
by age seven. He
was soon invited to train with seven-time world karate champion Mike Chat and by
Lautner was asked to represent his country at the World Karate Association
proved himself by becoming the Junior World Forms and Weapons champion, winning
medals. He continued to flourish on the martial arts circuit. In 2003, at age
11, Lautner was
ranked number one in the world in several categories and over the next year
tucked three Junior
World Championships under his black belt.
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