Will Sam Claflin become one of the next great actors to emerge in the entertainment scene? This is the belief of some entertainment observers and movie viewers who have been left in awe of his critically acclaimed acting performances that he has provided n the movies "Love Rosie" and "The Riot Club".
His acting has been so impressive and memorable that some viewers and members of the filmmaking industry are comparing his growing popularity with filmmakers to that enjoyed by actors such as Hugh Grant who even with his off-screen public relations debacles is loved for his impressive dramatic acting range.
Some entertainment observers have noted how his performance in "The Riot Club" is not only earning him much critical acclaim from critics but has made him a popular topic of conversation when they talk with casting agents, producers and directors, many of whom reportedly would love to have him be part of their next projects.
He has become not only a popular actor with fans but a performer whom filmmakers believe can be a leading man 'headliner' who can 'carry' a film on his own which is huge praise for such a young male actor.
An actor who can captivate fans as a 'wanker' is one who makes filmmakers take notice of his talent and Sam Claflin, a performer who off the screen is the polar opposite of his character in "The Riot Club", has the attention of filmmakers, fans and entertainment insiders because of his sensational acting performances.
He is known as one of the best young actors to emerge from England but Sam Claflin is someone who might soon become known as the next English actor to become a leading man 'star' in both Hollywood and England, a characterization he will be unlikely able to avoid even when he tries to distract with his dry sense of humour which he usually injects into his interviews.