Born on January 20, 1987, Evan Peters is a noted American actor in the arena of both television and film. He made a transition from the TV world to films and balanced his career very well. His breakout role was in a 2014 American superhero film, ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’, where he played a mutant. This mutant had the ability to deal with supersonic speeds, while moving, speaking and thinking. Evan was astonished in getting such a role of Quicksilver, where he speaks fast. After the success of this movie, he even appeared in the sequel of this movie titled ‘'X-Men: Apocalypse', that released in 2016, where his character is Quicksilver, but here he is understood to be the son of Magneto. Evan is searching for his father as he thinks he is an adoptive child and it takes 10 years to find a meaning between his relationships with Magneto. The movie released in May 2016 with a thunderous response from viewers, but only managed to get mixed reviews from the critics.
In this year 2016, his movie, 'Elvis & Nixon', released, where he played the character of Dwight Chapin, who was the deputy assistant to the President, Richard M. Nixon. Evan Peters won critical praise for playing the role of Dwight Chapin. In 2015, in the movie 'Safelight', he starred opposite Juno Temple, where both were casted in leading roles. His mega movie in 2015 was 'The Lazarus Effect', which had an assembled cast of Mark Duplass, Olivia Wilde and Donald Glover, but fared badly at the box office.
In the year 2013, he was casted opposite actress
in a movie called ‘Adult World’. This movie was a box office hit. While shooting, Peters fell in love with Emma Roberts and announced that they were engaged in 2013. But later, both developed a bitter understanding and the engagement got canceled in June 2015. The actor made his debut in 2004 in the ABC TV series, 'Invasion', but his major breakthrough came in an anthology TV series called 'American Horror Story', where he appeared in numerous episodes and multiple seasons too. In the year 2005, he appeared in an American science-fiction television series, 'Invasion', where he played the character of Jesse Varon in 21 episodes. Before making his debut into acting, he pursued his career in modeling too. In order to make his mark in acting, he and his mother moved to Los Angeles.