Who is Nhut Le?
Vietnamese-American actor, social media personality and martial artist Nhut Le was born in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in 1997, although some sources claim that he was born sometime between 1998 and 2000; Nhut’s zodiac sign’s believed to be Scorpio. He’s appeared in 14 movies and TV series, and is probably known best for playing Judo Master in the popular action adventure comedy series “Peacemaker”, created by James Gunn, and which stars John Cena, Danielle Brooks and Freddie Stroma. It follows the life of mutant Peacemaker, the series has been airing since 2022, and has been nominated for 21 awards.
Education and early life
Nhut and his parents moved to Los Angeles, California USA when he was six years old, but he hasn’t shared any details concerning his mother and father because they prefer to stay away from media; Nhut hasn’t spoken about having siblings, and is thus believed to be an only child.
He became passionate about acting while attending a local elementary school, and was 13 when he appeared in his first school play. Nhut then studied at a high school in Los Angeles, and made his debut film appearance in 2013, portraying several characters in the action comedy “Martial Science”, written and directed by Frederick Cipoletti and Alejandro Salomon, who also starred in it; the film follows a French martial artist who has to enter an underground tournament in China.
Nhut matriculated in 2015 and then continued his education at The University of the Arts, Philadelphia from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in acting in 2019.
Roles in movies
Nhut played Kenny in the 2014 short action comedy “Jinxed”, written and directed by Edgar Gonzalez Tornell, and which starred Andy Hebert, Ben Atkinson and Eli Kramer; it follows Michael who carries a unique curse – everyone he meets dies. Also in 2014, Nhut starred as Creepy Librarian in the short comedy “Library Ghosts”.
The year 2016 saw him star as The Monster in the short fantasy “The Cost”, while he then played the main character Tao in the short drama “Comfort”, directed by Stephane Ceretti, and which also starred Mark Richardson and Devin Brooke; it follows a schizophrenic a day after he was sexually abused.
Nhut’s only other film role has been playing the lead character Little Eddie in the 2018 comedy “Gey Gardens”, starring alongside Michael Berckart and David Miller; it’s a parody of “Grey Gardens”, and follows the lives of gay father and son Big Eddie and Little Eddie.
Roles in TV series
Nhut’s debut TV series role was playing Gay 2 in the 2014 pilot episode of the drama “Los Feliz, 90027”, which wasn’t picked up by any network, and from 2013 through 2015, he played Inuit Andy in the popular comedy “Kroll Show”, created by Nick Kroll, who also starred in it, alongside Jon Daly and Jenny Slate; it’s a compilation of short comedy videos, and the series was nominated for only a single award.
In 2015, Nhut played Chelsea Adams in the comedy “Stardumb”, and the same year saw him portray Goblin in the episode “Halloween House” of the comedy “Bitch Please”. He portrayed Eddie in the 2017 comedy mini-series “Jenny Trump”, as well as a supporting character in the 2017 episode “Sweaty Betty’s Date” of the comedy mini-series “Score”, which starred Lauren Howard Hayes, Samantha Clay and Emily Tully, and follows a group of young adults who are searching for love.
Nhut’s had only one other TV series role: he played Nerdidorken in the 2018 episode “Weirder Things” of the critically acclaimed family comedy “Raven’s Home”, created by Susan Sherman, Michael Poryes and Jed Elinoff, and which starred Anneliese van der Pol, Issac Ryan Brown and Raven-Symone. It follows psychic Raven Baxter who’s raising her twin children Booker and Nia with the help of her best friend Chelsea and her son Levi; the series has been airing since 2017 and has won two of its 28 award nominations.
See you then! https://t.co/7YpgWo2lIR
— Nhut Le (@itsnhutle) February 23, 2022
Nhut wrote and produced the 2014 comedy series “Stardumb”, the 2017 short film “Comfort” and the 2018 comedy film “Gey Gardens”.
Some of his recent talk-show appearances have been in “Popternative”, “Backstage Features” and “The Man Cave Chronicles Podcast”.
Love life and relationships
Nhut’s yet to speak of the girls, and maybe boys whom he’s dated, and because he’s so secretive about his love life, as well as because he’s written gay TV series and played gay characters, some of his fans believe that he’s perhaps either homosexual or bisexual.
A fan has claimed to have seen Nhut and his boyfriend spending time together in Los Angeles, but hasn’t provided any evidence to support these claims, nor has Nhut addressed these rumors.
There are also those who believe that he’s today dating a non-celebrity Asian-American girl, as some have claimed to have seen them kissing at a club in Los Angeles, but this hasn’t been confirmed either.
Nhut seems to be unattached as of March 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.
Interesting facts and hobbies
Nhut’s steadily building himself a fanbase on the internet; close to 30,000 people are following him on Instagram today, while he’s posted nearly 600 pictures and videos, with most of these featuring him working out at the gym, shooting for his movies and TV series and spending time in nature.
He’s been practicing martial arts since he was nine, and has entered many competitions.
Nhut’s into playing videos games in his spare time, and some of his favorites are “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt”, “Red Dead Redemption 2” and “Fortnite: Battle Royale”.
He has his own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are Jackie Chan, Vin Diesel and Zendaya, and some of his favorite films include “Bleeding Steel”, “Dragon Blade” and “The Knight of Shadows: Between Yin and Yang”.
Height, eyes and wealth
Nhut’s either 25 or 26 years old. His hair’s black and eyes are brown, he’s 5ft (1.52m) tall and weighs around 120lbs (55kgs).
Nhut’s net worth’s been estimated at over $1.5 million, as of March 2023.