Introducing Timothée Chalamet by Ryan McGinley for GQ US March 2018

Introducing actor and new sensation for fashion editorial Timothée Chalamet is nominated for Actor in a Leading Role for Oscars 2018 by the picture “Call Me By Your Name” Timothée Chalamet portrays Elio, a music-loving 17 year old living in Italy who becomes enamored with Oliver, a visiting American graduate student during the summer of 1983.

The young actor is portrayed by photographer Ryan McGinley for GQ US March 2018 and styled by Mel Ottenberg.

The only thing weirder than being famous, it seems, is living in that brief space between making something brilliant and the fame it eventually brings. That’s the space where @tchalamet‘s hanging out these days – and he’s pretty preoccupied with not screwing it up. More of our story on the once-in-a-generation talent at the link in bio.

Every once awhile, a young actor shows up in a movie like an alien—anonymous and yet in possession of such preternatural talent that audiences start thinking about the actor’s future not in years but in decades. Call Me by Your Name’s Timothée Chalamet (@tchalamet) is such a once-in-a-generation talent

“I have a genuine fear of having the inability to replicate this moment again,” Timothée Chalamet tells us in the March issue. We caught up with 22-year-old at a strange time in his career – the ending of his anonymity and the beginning of his celebrity.

Photographer Ryan McGinley @ryanmcginleystudios
Actor Timothée Chalamet @tchalamet
Stylist Mel Ottenberg @melzy917

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  1. Simply adorable…

  2. After CMBYN – the world is his oyster, what an amazing talent, he’s so, in tune with his world. He has single handedly given me hope for the future of our youth! His love and passion for acting along with his innocence is fresh and magical. He will be an actor’s actor, he’s so knowledgeable and involved in his craft. What a start to a long and I know beautiful career. I see him as a director, producing even teaching and I hope to live long enough to see all this accomplishments. He’s won my heart over, I’ve repeatedly seen CMBYN and I’m always in awe at how beautiful he shines in every frame. You want to protect him, like I want to keep him away from heartache and pain but that’s his art and he’s so damn good at it, he was born to act. Every time I tear up when see him in pain in CMBYN, it floors me. I’ve cried many days just randomly I truly feel his pain like it’s happened to me, now that’s some good acting. From what I understand he plays a Meth addict in his next movie and supposedly gives us another strong performance, I can’t wait to see it, I want to get over Elio and Oliver and it’s killing me.

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