Ed Oxenbould: Biography, Height, Weight, Age, Net Worth & more

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Ed Oxenbould Biography

Ed Oxenbould is an Australian popular star who acquired tremendous notoriety for assuming the parts of Joe Brinson in the 2018 dramatization film Wildlife and Fin in the 2017 parody and show film “The Butterfly Tree”. He came into the spotlight for playing the title character in the parody film “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”. He acquired acknowledgment right off the bat in his vocation when he was given a role as Julian in the 2012 short film named “Julian” and won the 2013 AACTA Award for Best Young Actor designation. As of late, he depicted the principal character of Josh in the 2018 Owen Elliott-coordinated parody film “Being Gavin”.

Personal Information
NameEd Oxenbould
Date of Birth1 June 2001
Age20 years old
BirthplaceMelbourne, Victoria, Australia
Currently lives inSydney, Australia
Zodiac or Birth SignGemini
Physical/Body Statistics
Ed Oxenbould Height in feet5 feet 7 inches
Ed Oxenbould Height in meter1.7 meter
Ed Oxenbould Height in centimeter170 centimeter
Overall Body WeightIn Kilogram – 60 kg
In Pound [lbs] – 132 lbs
Body TypeMesomorph
Body StatusFit
Chest [in inches]38 inches
Waist [in inches]30 inches
Arms [in inches]12 inches
Shoe size7 [UK]
Hair ColorHoney Blonde
Eye ColorHazel
Have tattoos?No
Education Information
Where did he do his schooling?Not Known
Where he did his graduation?Newtown High School of the Performing Arts
Family Background
Have Parents?Yes
Ed Mother NameDiane Oxenbould [Actress]
Ed Father NameJamie Oxenbould [Actor & Writer]
Ed Brother’s NameArchie Oxenbould and Lewis Oxenbould
Ed Sister’s NameNot Available
Marital StatusUnmarried
Dating/Affair History
Girlfriend NamePossibly Single
Previous Dating?Zoe Colletti [November 2016-2019]
Money Factor
Salary Per Episode/MovieUS$ 12K-14K Per Episode
Net WorthUS$ 700-800 Thousand Approx.
Advertisement FeesUnavailable
Social Media Accounts
Acting Career
Debut TV

Debut Film

Underbelly [2011, as Fred Twiss]

Paper Planes [2014, as Dylan]

Movies and TVs AppearanceMovies List–

  • The Exchange [2021, as Tim]
  • Combat Wombat [2021, voice role as Sweetie]
  • Being Gavin [2019, as Josh]
  • The Exchange [2019, as Tim]
  • Wildlife [2018, as Joe Brinson]
  • The Butterfly Tree [2017, as Fin]
  • Better Watch Out [2016, as Garrett]
  • The Visit [2015, as Tyler]
  • Chevy [2015 TV Movie, as Taylor]
  • The Amber Amulet [2013 Short Film, as Liam McKenzie]
  • All God’s Creatures [2012 Short Film, as Charlie]
  • Julian [2012 Short Film, as Julian]

TV Shows List–

  • Reckoning [2019-20, as Paxton Doyle]
  • Diary of an Uber Driver [2019, as Clint]
  • Fireside Chat with Esther [2017, as Patrick Junior]
  • Comedy Bang! Bang! [2015, as Grandson]
  • Soul Mates [2014, as Russell Crowe]
  • Puberty Blues [2012-14, as David Vickers]
  • Tricky Business [2012, as Max Nugent]

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Who is Ed Oxenbould?

Ed Oxenbould (conceived 1 June 2001) is an Australian actor.[1] He rose to noticeable quality for his part in the film Julian (2012). Consequently, he showed up in the TV series Puberty Blues (2012–2014) and turned out to be all the more notable for his part in the film Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (2014). He kept on acquiring acclaim for his parts in the movies Paper Planes (2015), The Visit (2015), Better Watch Out (2016), and Wildlife (2018).

Family and Education

Oxenbould was brought into the world in Australia, the child of entertainers Diane Adams and Jamie Oxenbould. He is the nephew of humorist/entertainer Ben Oxenbould.


He featured in the 2012 Australian short movie Julian, coordinated by Matthew Moore, in which he played the lead spot (a 9-year-old Julian Assange). He was named for the AACTA Award for Best Young Actor. He then, at that point, featured in the Australian TV program Puberty Blues as David Vickers, a 10-year-old boy.

Oxenbould co-featured as Dylan in the 2014 movie Paper Planes alongside Sam Worthington, which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival. On 24 June 2013, Oxenbould was added to the cast of Disney’s movie Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, wherein he played the lead spot of Alexander. Miguel Arteta coordinated the satire film, which was delivered on 10 October 2014.

In September 2016, Oxenbould was added to the cast of the autonomous film Wildlife.

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