Ed Oxenbould is an Australian actor. He rose to prominence for his role in the film Julian (2012). Subsequently, he appeared in the television series Puberty Blues (2012-2014) and became more well-known for his role in the film Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (2014). He continued to gain fame for his roles in the films Paper Planes (2015), The Visit (2015), Better Watch Out (2016) and Wildlife (2018). Oxenbould was born in Australia, the son of actors Diane Adams and Jamie Oxenbould. He is the nephew of comedian/actor Ben Oxenbould. He starred in the 2012 Australian short film Julian, directed by Matthew Moore, in which he played the title role "a 9-year-old Julian Assange". He was nominated for the AACTA Award for Best Young Actor. He then starred in the Australian television show Puberty Blues as David Vickers, a 10-year-old boy. Oxenbould co-starred as Dylan in the 2014 film Paper Planes along with Sam Worthington, which premiered at the Toronto Intern

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