Full Name: Pom Alexandra Klementieff
Date of Birth: May 3, 1986
Pom Klementieff was born on May 3, 1986 in Canada. He is the child of a Korean mother and a French-Russian father. His grandfather is Russian painter Eugene Klementieff. Klementieff lived in Canada for a year before his family began traveling extensively due to his father’s job. They lived in Japan and the Ivory Coast before settling in France. Klementieff’s father died of cancer when he was 5 years old, and his mother suffered from schizophrenia and was unable to take care of the children, so Klementieff was raised by his uncle and aunt. He said he saw his uncle as his second father.
After the death of her uncle, Klementieff went to law school to appease her aunt, but did not find her department attractive. He also worked as a waiter and salesperson in France. She started acting at the age of 19 at the Cours Florent drama school in Paris. A few months after his training, he won a theater competition with the school’s best teachers, giving free lessons for two years. His first professional acting job was the French independent film Après lui (2007), which portrayed the hero’s stepdaughter, played by Catherine Deneuve.
His first lead role was Loup (2009), a French movie involving a deer herder tribe in the Siberian mountains. During filming, Klementieff stayed in a camp hours away from the nearest village where the temperature dropped below zero. During filming, he befriended the nomads who lived there, and worked with real wolves. He made his Hollywood debut in Spike Lee’s movie Oldboy (2013). He played Haeng-bok, the bodyguard of the antagonist, played by Sharlto Copley.
Height: 5ft 7inc (170 Cm)
Weight: 128lbs (58 Kg)
Body Measurements: 34-25-35 inches (86-63.5-86 Cm)