You star Dylan Arnold age, Instagram, height, roles: Everything to know about the Theo actor

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HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 12: Dylan Arnold attends the costume party premiere of “Halloween Kills” at TCL Chinese Theatre on October 12, 2021 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

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One of Netflix’s most popular original series is coming back on our screens in just a few short hours! You season 3 sees the return of Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) and Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti), one of the most toxic fictional couples of all time. The new installment also introduces fans to a new group of cast members, including actor Dylan Arnold.

Arnold plays a new character named Theo, a college student who will cross paths with Joe and Love in their new town of Madre Linda. Viewers might recognize this up-and-coming actor for his roles in the latest Halloween movies and the After series!

While we wait for You season 3 to debut, here’s everything you need to know about Dylan Arnold.

Dylan Arnold age

This actor was born on February 11, 1994, making him a 27-year-old Aquarius. He’s originally from Seattle, Washington.

Dylan Arnold Instagram

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Arnold currently has 78,200 followers on Instagram, a number that’s sure to only go up once You season 3 is released and viewers get to know his character, Theo!

The actor uses his page to share photography shots along with photos of friends and family. To check out his account and give him a follow, click the link here.

Dylan Arnold height

We couldn’t get confirmation on Arnold’s height, however the site CelebHeightWiki lists him at 6’0. We’ll be sure to update this article once we find out how tall he is for sure!

Dylan Arnold roles

As mentioned, the You season 3 star played Cameron Elam in Halloween (2018) and its new sequel, Halloween Kills (2021). He portrayed the character Noah in After (2019) and in After We Collided (2020), but he isn’t in the third movie of the series, After We Fell (2021).

Additionally, Arnold has appeared in shows like Nashville, The Purge, and Into the Dark. You can check out his full IMDb page here.

Viewers are definitely going to love Theo when they tune in for You season 3. You can binge all 10 episodes on Netflix starting Oct. 15 at 12:01 a.m. PT / 3:01 a.m. ET.

13 bone-chilling selections for your Halloween watch list

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13 bone-chilling selections for your Halloween watch list

It’s spooky season: Time to curl up on the couch, turn down the lights, turn up the volume and settle in for a scare. Before you push play, check out our list of frightening film and television selections that feature the work of UNCSA alumni.

“The Unholy”

UNCSA Drama alumna Cricket Brown takes the lead as Alice in “The Unholy,” a supernatural horror film about a hearing-impaired girl who, after a supposed visitation from the Virgin Mary, is inexplicably able to hear, speak and heal the sick. “The Unholy” is available with a Starz subscription, or for purchase.

“American Horror Story”

This long-running anthology series is currently airing its tenth season, “Double Feature.” Drama alumnus Isaac Powell stars as Troy Lord — a college student who takes a fateful desert camping trip with friends. Design & Production alumnus Tanase Popa has served as assistant producer on previous seasons, and season eight, “Apocalypse,” featured the work of Film alumna Lorr Volatier, who worked as an art department assistant. Seasons 1-9 are available on Netflix, and current season 10 episodes are available on Hulu.

Bonus: Watch spin-off “American Horror Stories,” executive produced by Tanase Popa, on Hulu.

“The Hunt”

Film alumnus Craig Zobel directed this controversial 2020 film, adapted from famed short story “The Most Dangerous Game,” and has described it as a satire on the political divide in America. Drama alumnus Steve Coulter stars as the doctor in the film. “The Hunt” is available with an HBO Max subscription, or for purchase.

“True Blood”

Drama alumni Dane DeHaan and Anna Camp both made guest appearances on this fantasy horror television series, which ran for seven seasons: from 2008-14. Watch the 80 original episodes on HBO Max, before the rumored reboot hits screens.

“Halloween Kills”

Now in theaters, the latest installment in the “Halloween” slasher franchise is directed by Film alumnus David Gordon Green. The script was co-written by Green and fellow alumnus Danny McBride, and the film is produced by Rough House Pictures — the company Green and McBride own with alumnus Jody Hill. Drama alumni involved in the film include Dylan Arnold as Cameron Elam and Will Patton as Officer Hawkins. Additonal Film alumni who were a part of this production include Richard A. Wright (production designer), Elliott Glick (art director) and Christof Gebert (production sound mixer). “Halloween Kills” is also available to stream with a Premium or Premium Plus Peacock subscription.

Bonus: “Halloween” (2018) is available with a Premium Hulu subscription, or for purchase.

“She Follows Close Behind”

2019 fourth-year film “She Follows Close Behind” follows the story of a woman seeking closure, who questions an old neighbor about an unsolved mystery from her past. Written and directed by Aidan Weaver, the full UNCSA cast & crew credits are available on IMDb. Watch the short film for free, below:

“Lovecraft Country”

Inspired by the work of famous horror writer H. P. Lovecraft and developed for the screen by Misha Green, “Lovecraft Country” follows a man’s search across dangerous 1950s Jim Crow America to find his missing father. Drama alumni involved in this Emmy-nominated series include Jonathan Majors starring as Atticus and Jon Hudson Odom as “Sammy.” Film alumna Victoria Rupert served as production assistant for the show, which is available with an HBO Max subscription.

“The Walking Dead”

The eleventh and final season of post-apocalyptic horror series “The Walking Dead” is currently airing on AMC, and has featured the work of many UNCSA alumni during its successful run. Watch from the beginning to see the work of Film alumni Brittni Moore (camera PA), Julia Festa Hobgood (producer), Emilee Milhouse (PA), Parker Womble (PA) and Spencer Jarvis (AD) throughout the seasons. Drama alumnus Steve Coulter stars as Reg during the fifth season. Past seasons of “The Walking Dead” are available on Netflix. Watch the current season on AMC+.

Bonus: See Drama alumna and newest member of the UNCSA Board of Trustees Rhoda Griffis as Viv in the spin-off show “Fear the Walking Dead,” available on AMC+.

“The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”

A dark, supernatural horror series based on the Archie comic of the same name, “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” ran for two seasons (split into four installments) as a Netflix original. Film alumnus Jason Dickason served as a post VFX coordinator.

“Come Be Creepy With Us”

A “millennial nightmare,” this short film made by UNCSA alumni follows a young woman experiencing a quarter-life crisis while dealing with a sinister past. Written by Drama alumnus Michael Calciano and directed by Film alumna Beth Fletcher, the full cast and crew — featuring many Fighting Pickles — is available on IMDb. Watch the short film for free, below:

“The Keepers”

If documentaries are more your style, add “The Keepers” to your list to learn more about the 1969 unsolved murder of Sister Catherine Cesnik. Two Film alumni worked on the Netflix docuseries: Matthew Goldberg as co-executive producer and Zach Seivers as re-recording mixer, sound designer and supervising sound editor. “The Keepers” is available with a Netflix subscription.


Psychological thriller series “You” premiered in 2018 on Lifetime, before moving to Netflix, and follows serial killer Joe Goldberg through his life in New York and, in subsequent seasons, California. Season one stars Drama alumna Elizabeth Lail in a lead role as Guinevere Beck, and the recently-released season three stars alumnus Dylan Arnold as Theo Engler. Design & Production alumna Lisa Merik has worked on the show as an assistant art director.

“Stranger Things”

Though you’ll have to wait until 2022 for the next season of this beloved supernatural horror series to premiere, you’ll spot the work of several Fighting Pickles in the first three seasons. Drama alumnus Brett Gelman stars as Murray Bauman, and three Film alumni have worked on the series: Will Files as sound supervisor and re-recording mixer, Meredith Hannah as production assistant and Joseph Blankinship as libra head technician.

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Who is Theo Engler in You season 3 and does he die?

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WARNING: Spoilers ahead for You season 3

It’s been an agonising wait since You last aired on Netflix but the captivating thriller finally returned for season 3 in October 2021.

With a new season comes a new home for Joe and Love in the Californian suburb of Madre Linda as well as a new cast of characters.

One of the key new additions is Theo Engler who quickly becomes embroiled in Joe and Love’s lives but just who is the new character and does he die in You season 3?

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You season 3 release date and plot

Season 3 of You arrived on Netflix on October 15th, 2021, almost two since season 2 graced our screens.

In the new batch of episodes, we catch up with Joe and Love in their new suburban paradise, Madre Linda. The couple are now married and have a young baby named Henry to care for.

While it may seem like a match made in heaven, Joe still has lingering doubts about Love’s intentions and when the couple’s neighbour catches Joe’s eye, matters take another murderous turn.


Who is Theo in You season 3?

Theo Engler is the stepson of Love and Joe’s neighbours Natalie and Matthew.

He is introduced in episode 2 – after Love has already murdered Natalie- and he quickly takes a liking to Love, even though she tells him she’s married and has a baby.

As the series progresses, Love and Theo’s relationship becomes even more complicated and the pair kiss and later sleep together.

Theo is played by Seattle-born actor Dylan Arnold who, at the age of 27, has appeared in almost 30 film and TV roles to date.

Dylan made his acting debut in a 2010 short film by the name of Shortcomings but has since appeared in the likes of Netflix’s Mudbound, the films After and After We Collided as well as 2018’s Halloween and the newly released Halloween Kills.


Does Theo die in You season 3?

No, Theo does not die in You season 3 but he has a very close shave.

At the end of episode 9, he discovers Love and Joe’s murderous ways and finds the suburban royal couple, Sherry and Cary, locked up in the basement of the bakery Love leased at the start of the season.

Love finds Theo while he’s trying to help Sherry and Cary and she realises that she can’t let him go so she hits him over the head with a fire extinguisher and he tumbles down the stairs, letting us think that he is dead.

However, when Joe comes to clean up the mess in episode 10, he discovers that Theo has not yet died and he surprisingly takes him to the hospital instead of finishing Love’s handiwork.

At the end of episode 10, Theo is discharged from the hospital and returns home with his stepdad, Matthew.


You season 3 is available to stream now after arriving on Netflix on Friday, October 15th, 2021.

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‘Halloween Kills’ Stars Judy Greer and Andi Matichak on the Ending: “It’s a Bummer”

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[The following interview contains spoilers for Halloween Kills.]

After the Strode family seemingly defeated Michael Myers at the end of Halloween (2018), most people expected Myers to take his revenge in Halloween Kills, especially since it’s the middle chapter of David Gordon Green’s trilogy. But Green still made the audience and his characters think that Michael would finally stay down for good after Judy Greer’s Karen and Haddonfield’s townspeople ganged up on him. Alas, Michael still managed to get up and make his way to his childhood home where he killed Karen in the exact same spot as his sister, Judith, in 1963. While Greer is disappointed to say goodbye, she understands the decision.

“Well, I was bummed to see the ending. I thought it was a good idea, though,” Greer tells The Hollywood Reporter. “I thought it was really beautifully written, and it felt like a dance, like an opera, kind of. But it was also a little bit of a bummer, mostly because I like to play with my friends.”

Andi Matichak, who plays Karen’s daughter Allyson, adds: “I was gutted in a lot of ways… You feel like you get out unscathed, you feel like you get out triumphant, and then you get crushed in a lot of regards. It’s a really beautiful ending in a lot of ways, and I agree with Judy. It’s, unfortunately, the right move, which sucks, but they really made it pretty poetic and pretty powerful.”

In a recent conversation with THR, Greer and Matichak also discuss wearing the same costumes from Halloween (2018) for the entirety of Halloween Kills, as well as the family environment of Green’s set.

So when you put your Christmas sweater and Clyde Barrow costumes on at a certain point in Halloween (2018), did the two of you have any idea at the time that they’d also be your wardrobe for the entire second movie?

Andi Matichak: No, actually.

Judy Greer: Who does that? I’ll give you an exclusive scoop! We have not covered how poor Dylan Arnold has to wear a skirt for the whole movie.

Matichak: The whole movie! He is such a trooper. He was so into it. The combat boots, the skirt. He did lose the heels, thankfully, because that would be brutal. I remember at one of the fittings for Halloween (2018), they had a heel option for me, and I was like, “Not a chance!” (Laughs.)

Greer: That’s probably the only sexist thing about this movie. I feel like if it was one of us, we would’ve had to wear the heels in the whole second one, too.

Matichak & Greer: (Laugh.)

Matichak: Probably. He got a cool sweatshirt, too. (Laughs.)

Halloween Kills – (from left) Karen (Judy Greer), Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Allyson (Andi Matichak) in Halloween Kills, directed by David Gordon Green. Ryan Green/Universal Pictures

The two of you had challenging roles in this as your characters had to reconcile the fact that Laurie’s (Jamie Lee Curtis) forewarnings not only came true, but they also cost them their loved one (Toby Huss’ Ray). So did it feel a bit daunting to step back into these heavy circumstances?

Matichak: It was really refreshing to just jump in right away and pick up exactly where we left off. There was no gap so we knew exactly what was happening. What was really nice was that David did allow for those quieter moments and for the moment with Karen and Allyson mourning Toby, or Ray, and moving forward from that. We have to stop saying [Toby]. People are going to think…

Greer: Poor Toby! He’s dead!

Matichak & Greer: (Laugh.)

Greer: He’s not! I was with him all week last week. He’s good. He’s thriving!

Matichak: He’s thriving! (Laughs.) And there are more than just our moments that are quiet in the movie. And because there are multiple quiet moments between characters, it helps those more elevated moments not only stay more grounded but also become way more real. And people become more invested.

Karen spent her whole life denying that the world was as evil as her mother, Laurie, made it out to be, but now she’s washing blood off her wedding ring.

Greer: I know. It was hard and it wasn’t. It was important to take those silent moments, and it was important that we show them for the characters, the storytelling and the audience. But it was like, “How’s this going to work with all the crazy rage that’s happening around us, and what’s going to be appropriate when they get into the editing room?” But it ended up being really beautiful, I thought. You can tell David Gordon Green is someone who really loves actors because he does give a nice send-off to his cast, even when he kills them viciously. But it was nice that it picked up right where it left off because that helped make it a little easier.

Andi Matichak in Halloween Kills Ryan Green/Universal Pictures

I have to compliment Andi Matichak for a minute. There’s an incredible moment where Allyson is sitting in the backseat of a car, and you seamlessly turned her laughter into crying. What were the particulars of that moment?

Matichak: Well, thank you first of all. That’s incredibly kind. I think it’s a testament to David Gordon Green, as a director, who allows actors to really breathe and let the moment be quiet and settle into it in any way. When we were filming that, it was Dylan Arnold (Cameron), Robert Longstreet (Lonnie), myself and David in this car, and we basically just drove around this neighborhood for 45 minutes, replaying the scene. We allowed the weight of everything to settle, and David never rushed it. And that was the thing that was so beautiful. For a movie that’s so technical, so action-packed, and takes a lot of time to film, he still gave just as much care and attention to those quiet moments to make sure that they really work and land. But that moment in particular, I don’t remember exactly which take or how that unfolded. I just remember that the entire experience of filming the scene was pretty unique.

[The remaining questions contain spoilers for Halloween Kills.]

Judy Greer in Halloween Kills Ryan Green/Universal Pictures

The last 10 minutes of this movie are unbelievably brutal to say the least. Can you share your first reactions upon reading those pages and/or watching those moments unfold?

Greer: Well, I was bummed to see the ending. I thought it was a good idea, though. I thought it was really beautifully written, and it felt like a dance, like an opera, kind of. But it was also a little bit of a bummer, mostly because I like to play with my friends. I learned a lot about the way that they shot that final fight scene with Michael Myers and the townspeople. Listening to David talk about it was really interesting, and it was cool to watch it knowing technically how they did it and how they made it look so special. So I watch it now and I’m in awe of our crew.

Matichak: I was gutted in a lot of ways. (Laughs.) Especially because you almost have three finales back to back to back. You feel like you get out unscathed, you feel like you get out triumphant, and then you get crushed in a lot of regards. It’s a really beautiful ending in a lot of ways, and I agree with Judy. It’s, unfortunately, the right move, which sucks, but they really made it pretty poetic and pretty powerful.

Judy, you mentioned the “nice send-offs” that David gives his actors on screen, but is there also a ritual or ceremony of some sort off camera?

Greer: Do they do that, Andi?

Matichak: No, don’t worry.

Matichak & Greer: (Laugh.)

Matichak: You were saying that he makes an emotional, sweet send-off regardless if he kills you brutally or not, and I think that’s just the set that he runs. He makes it very much a family, and everybody is very much invested in making these movies. One of the things that I feel like he’s done so well is that a lot of times in horror movies, you have characters so you can kill them. But in our movies, you just happen to really like them all, which doesn’t happen quite often in horror, and that’s one of the things that’s quite special about both Halloween (2018) and this movie. He makes you like them, and then he will viciously kill them. (Laughs.) That’s kind of the way the crew would feel, too. It’s a bummer. I remember when Drew Scheid, who plays Oscar, was impaled on the fence in Halloween (2018), it was horrific and so sad because it was the last thing left to shoot. But I think it’s a testament to the family environment David puts into his sets.

Halloween Kills is now playing in movie theaters and is available on Peacock.

Where You’ve Seen the You Season 3 Cast Before

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Watch : Netflix’s “You” Cast Analyzes Joe’s Complex Character

You is back and, like in previous seasons, the drama has a new cast of characters joining Joe Goldberg on his hunt for romance.

Season three, which hit the streamer on Oct. 15, follows Joe (Penn Badgley) as he tries to have a fresh start in a Northern California suburb after a murderous run in Los Angeles alongside wife Love (Victoria Pedretti). And it’s not just their infant son keeping the newlyweds occupied, as new neighbors, potential love interests and family members are now a part of their new suburban life.

So let’s learn a little more about this impressive ensemble cast, which includes Shalita Grant, Travis Van Winkle, Saffron Burrows, Tati Gabrielle, Dylan Arnold and several others. Following a little digging, we’ve learned that the season three cast includes teen drama veterans, horror movie stars and big screen actors.