'Book of Love': 5 things you didn't know about Sam Claflin
Romance movies are the ideal way to make all your daydreams into reality. With Valentine's Day fast approaching, love is in the air and so Amazon Prime Video is offering a love story titled 'Book of Love' that will surely win your heart.
'Book of Love' revolves around Henry (Sam Claflin), who is a writer by profession, but sadly his recent novel 'The Sensible Heart' is an utter failure. However, the same book is a sudden hit in Mexico, for which publishers have invited Henry to tour. During the tour, Henry meets the love of his life, Maria. The duo together goes through many ups and downs in their love life. Now the question arises: will they manage their love life, making it a successful one? The movie features Veronica Echegui as Maria, Fernando Becerril as Max Rodriguez, Ruy Gaytan as Diego, Horacio Villalobos as Pedro, Horacio Garcia Rojas as well Antonino, Lucy Punch as Jen Spencer, Edward Gurrola as Veronica. Melissa Pino as Helena, Daniela Luque as Martha, Giovani Florido as Miguel and Sofia Sisniega as Bertiz. If you are curious to know more about the star cast of the upcoming love rom-com then, read on.
Sam Claflin is an English actor who was born on June 27, 1986. The actor was born in Ipswich Suffolk to Mark, a finance officer, and Sue Claflin, who was a teaching assistant. Sam has two elder brothers, Benjamin and Daniel and a younger brother, Joseph. Sam and his wife Laura Haddock welcomed their first child in December 2015 and have two children together, but the duo divorced in 2019. He met his then-wife Laura Haddock when both auditioned unsuccessfully for roles in My Week with Marilyn (2011)
During his childhood, he was very much interested in playing football until he broke his ankle, an injury that he felt would prevent him from becoming a footballer professionally. Claflin began his career with a debut in the year 2010 after marking his appearance in the two television miniseries titled 'The Pillars of the Earth', and 'Any Human Heart.' His various other works include 'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides',' Snowhite and the Huntsman', 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,' The Quiet Ones', 'Red Shoes and Seven Darfs', and 'Love Wedding Repeat.' Clafin showed off how he could do romance in 'Me before You' with Emilia Clarke, then there was 'Adrift' but what brought him to public attention recently was his role as the menacing 1930s fascist Oswald Mosley in BBC's 'Peaky Blinders' series.
After this fans can see him on another series 'Daisy Jones and the Six' opposite Riley Keough. “It’s based on a fictional novel about a fictional rock band, like a Fleetwood Mac band, set in 1970s Los Angeles. The band is called The Six and the female solo artist is a Stevie Nicks-type character called Daisy Jones.
'Book of Love' will be airing on 4 February, 2022 on Amazon Prime Video.