Before paving his way into television, Timothée Chalamet started his acting career with short films. He then appeared in ‘Law & Order' series in 2009, where he played a murder victim. He followed this with other minor roles before bagging a role in ‘Homeland,' a spy-thriller television drama series. In 2014, ‘Men, Women & Children' marked his feature film debut. He was next seen in ‘Interstellar,' a sci-fi film in the same year. He gained prominence with ‘Lady Bird' and ‘Hostiles' in 2017 in supporting roles.
His lead role in 'Call Me by Your Name' earned him earned him nominations for the Academy Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, Golden Globe Award, and BAFTA Award for Best Actor.
He has also starred in ‘Prodigal Son,' an autobiographical play, and bagged ‘Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play' and was received a nomination for the ‘Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance.'