|Full Name||Dylan Playfair|
|Birth Name||Dylan Playfair|
|Profession||Actor, director, producer|
|Birth City||Fort St. James, British Columbia|
|Father Name||Jim Playfair|
|Father Profession||Former NHL player and coach|
|Mother Name||Roxanne Playfair|
|Relation With||Jen Araki|
|Sibilings||Jackson Playfair, Austyn Playfair|
|Education||Vancouver Acting school|
|Date of Birth||June 19,1992|
Dylan Playfair is a Canadian actor, director, and producer. He is best known for his work in the Descendants series, Some Assembly Required, Under The Sea: A Descendants Short Story, and Letterkenny.
Playfair is currently 28 years old. He was born on June 19, 1992, in Fort St. James, British Columbia, Canada. Talking about his height, he is 5 ft and10½ in (1.79 m) tall.
His mother, Roxanne Playfair, is an entrepreneur and stay at home wife, and his father, Jim Playfair, is a former NHL player and coach. Dylan has two younger brothers, Jackson Playfair and Austyn Playfair.
Playfair and his brothers spent their early life playing hockey and traveling around Canada and the United States since their father coached various minor league teams. The 28-year-old graduated from the Vancouver Acting school and studied in Los Angeles while pursuing acting.
While Playfair's net worth has not been revealed, it is estimated at $500,000 as of 2020. He started his professional acting career at the age of 19 after playing Jr. A Hockey with the Merritt Centennials (BCHL) in his hometown. According to the SAG statistics, the average member makes $52,000 a year but some could take home more or less a year from acting jobs.
Besides, as per some online sources, the actors' average salary is estimated at $49,987, so Dylan might be earning in a similar range with his diverse body of work. The 28-year-old garnered significant recognition for his portrayal of Reilly in the critically acclaimed Canadian television sitcom, Letterkenny.
Playfair appeared as Marty Howe in the television movie Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story. He played the recurring role of Owen in Haters Back Off! and portrayed the role of Knox in Some Assembly Required, for which he received Leo nominations and Joey awards.
Besides, Dylan produced and starred in the political documentary, The Drop: Why Young People Don’t Vote, winning the best producer award at the 2016 Beverly Hills Film Festival. He is also widely known for playing the role of Gil in the Descendants franchise. Additionally, the 28-year-old had recurring roles as Kyle in Travelers and as Clayton "Clay" Turner in The Order.
Wedding bells are ringing for Dylan Playfair and his long-time girlfriend-turned-fiancé Jen Araki! Jen, a Canadian actress, producer, and director, resides between Los Angeles and Vancouver.
She has worked on HBO Canada's Good Dog, the independent film Red Butterfly, and had a lead role in the feature film, Kill Her Not Me.
Dylan announced his engagement to his girlfriend in January 2019 via an Instagram post, having popped the question in the fall of 2018 while both were on a boat ride.
You can also follow the 28-year-old on Instagram at @dylanplayfair1 to know more about his personal and professional life.