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Best known for her brilliant role in the American drama series Beyond, Dilan Gwyn is a Swedish-born actress who has made a name for herself as an exceptional personality in the movie industry.
In addition to Adam Nussdorf’s fiction series – Beyond, she has also made several appearances in the following movies – K7 (a 2015 Finnish movie), Da Vinci’s Demons (a BBC World Wide Productions series), (a 2017 British film written and directed by Paul Hyett), Black Coffee, and Dracula Untold (an American action horror film released in 2014 and directed by Gary Shore).
Dilan Gwyn’s Biography, Age
Beyond actress, Dilan Gwyn was raised in Stockholm, Sweden. She was born on June 4, 1994, to Orhan Kotan, a Kurdish poet, journalist, and writer. She belongs to white ethnicity while her nationality is Swedish.
Dilan was raised along with her elder sisters whose names are not known publicly. She had and completed her high school education in Sweden and later moved to study film at Stockholm University, from where she took to the University of Sorbonne in Paris to study French. From Paris, Gwyn relocated to London, where she lived and worked for some time.
In order to pursue her childhood dream, the Sweden-born star moved to the United States, where she joined the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She had her freshman year at the Los Angeles campus before moving over to the University’s New York campus for her sophomore year.
Dilan Gwyn graduated from American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2010, maintaining her roles in television series and movies throughout North America and Europe.
Quick Facts about the Swedish Actress
Dilan was born to parents who were political refugees. Both of them migrated to Kurds from Turkey in the early 80’s and are said to have fought for the rights of the Kurdish people during their active years. Her father, Orhan Kotan, passed away when the actress was eleven years old, leaving behind his wife and three daughters.
The actress is a multi-linguist
Studying French at The University of Sorbonne in Paris really gave Gwyn an opportunity to add an extra language to her language list. Besides French, the actress can speak Turkish, Swedish, and English Language.
She is also good at sports
Right from her school years, Dilan is known to be very good in sports and dancing – this is in addition to being a talented actress. Some of the sports she is good at are indoor hockey, bicycling, swimming, karate, and fencing.
In her little time in the movie industry, the Swedish-born actress has made quite an impressive achievement in her career. She may not be a household name but she does have everything it takes to get to the top in the near future.
She has been nominated severally for different awards in the movie category but is the winner of the Best Actress Award for her role as Marian in Jan Inberg’s science fiction film K7 at the Haunted Horror Film Festival in Georgia and North Wales International Film Festival.
The Hollywood actress is possibly single as there’s no record of her present and past relationship. Being a private individual, Gwyn has never stated if she has a man in her life or mentioned the men she had dated. The beautiful actress may be secretly dating her prince charming, as widely speculated, but until she opens up about her love life, we’ll assume she is single and probably searching.
Dilan Gwyn’s salary and net worth are currently under review. It’s believed that the actress, who currently lives in London, makes a reasonable amount of money from her acting career, considering her lavish lifestyle and the fact that she shares screen time with Hollywood celebrities.
Pretty Dilan Gwyn’s height is 1.6m, which makes her an average person. Her weight is put around 57 kilograms, she has hazel coloured eyes while the colour of her hair is brown.
Gwyn performs her major supporting gig in Beyond along with Canadian-American actor, Chad Willet. The latter is best known for his outstanding roles in Hector and the Search for Happiness (2014), Joan of Arc (1999), Alive (1993), The Chronicle (2001), and The Cape (1996).