CHANNING TATUM (Caine Wise) most recently starred in the
drama "Foxcatcher," directed by Bennett Miller and also starring Mark Ruffalo
and Steve Carell. The film is based on the true story of John du Pont, the
paranoid schizophrenic heir to the du Pont chemical fortune, who built a
wrestling training facility called Team Foxcatcher on his Pennsylvania estate
and murdered Olympic wrestler Dave Schultz. Tatum portrays Dave's brother, Mark
Tatum's recent credits also include the hit comedy sequel "22 Jump Street,"
opposite Jonah Hill, and the animated adventure "Book of Life."
He recently wrapped production on "Magic Mike XXL," the highly anticipated
follow-up to the worldwide hit "Magic Mike." Tatum's additional upcoming
projects include the Coen brothers' comedy "Hail, Caesar!," with an all-star
cast, including Scarlett Johansson, Jonah Hill, George Clooney and Josh Brolin;
Quentin Tarantino's post-Civil War western, "The Hateful Eight"; Bryan Singer's
"X-Men: Apocalypse," in which he will star as Gambit; and a film based on the
life of Evil Knievel.
Tatum previously starred in "White House Down," directed by Roland Emmerich,
and also starring Jamie Foxx, Maggie Gyllenhaal, James Woods and Richard
Jenkins; the 2103 crime drama "Side Effects," directed by Steven Soderbergh,
with Rooney Mara, Jude Law and Catherine Zeta-Jones; and Steven Soderbergh's
blockbuster "Magic Mike," alongside Matthew McConaughey, Matt Bomer and Joe
Manganiello. "Magic Mike" was independently financed and produced by Tatum and
his production partner, Reid Carolin, who also wrote the script. Released on
June 29, 2012, it has grossed over $167 million worldwide. That same year, Tatum
starred opposite Jonah Hill in the hit comedy "21 Jump Street." Tatum and Hill
were also executive producers on the project, directed by Phil Lord and
In 2010, Tatum starred opposite Amanda Seyfried in the box office hit "Dear
John," based on the Nicolas Sparks bestseller. Lasse Hallstrom directed from a
script by Jamie Linden. The film has grossed over $114 million worldwide. In
August 2009, Tatum was seen in another box office hit, "G.I. Joe: The Rise of
Cobra," directed by Stephen Sommers and co-starring Sienna Miller, Marlon Wayans
and Dennis Quaid. He also appeared in the sequel, "G.I. Joe: Retaliation,"
released on March 29, 2013.
In 2011, Tatum starred in the crime thriller "The Son of No One," opposite Al
Pacino and Katie Holmes, and in the epic Roman adventure "The Eagle," opposite
Jamie Bell and Donald Sutherland. In 2009, he starred opposite Terrence Howard
in "Fighting," directed by Dito Montiel and in 2008, "Stop/Loss," for acclaimed
director Kimberly Peirce and producer Scott Rudin.
In 2006, Tatum received an Independent Spirit nomination and a Gotham Award
nomination for his powerful performance in the independent film "A Guide to
Recognizing Your Saints," which won the Special Jury Prize for Best Ensemble as
well as the dramatic directing award for Dito Montiel at the 2006 Sundance Film
Festival. Written and directed by Montiel, the film was based on his 2003 memoir
of the same title, a powerful coming-of-age drama that takes place in 1980's
Astoria and follows Montiel's impoverished and violent life from his youth to
adulthood. Tatum played the role of Montiel's best friend, Dito, alongside
Robert Downey Jr., Shia LaBeouf and Chazz Palminteri.
Also in 2006, Tatum starred opposite Amanda Bynes in "She's the Man,"
directed by Andy Fickman and produced by Lauren Shuler Donner, and the box
office hit "Step Up," directed by Anne Fletcher and produced by Adam Shankman.
The film centers around Tyler Gage, played by Tatum, a street smart juvenile
delinquent who gets sentenced to community service at a high school for the
Tatum was born in Alabama and grew up in Florida. He is married to actress
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