Biography of Roger Dale Floyd
Full Name: Roger Dale Floyd
Birthday: March 26 2012
Family: His parents’ names are Roger and Andrea Floyd. His father is also an actor.
Roger Dale Floyd made a significant impression in STX Films’ “Greenland” two years ago.
In August, Roger Dale Floyd starred as Nathan (Gerard Butler’s son) in the film ‘Nathan.’
The story revolves around a family battling for survival in the aftermath of a catastrophic natural calamity
Gerard Butler’s character, John Garrity, is a structural engineer who lives in Atlanta with his wife Allison (Morena Baccarin) and son Nathan (Roger Dale Floyd).
When a comet’s path near Earth is underestimated, a torrent of deadly space rock rains down from the sky, wreaking havoc all across the world.
When John and his family are chosen for relocation to a classified bunker in Greenland because of his structural engineering skills.
They must navigate the mayhem to reach it to their transport in time before all life on Earth is wiped out.
Roger has also appeared in Stephen King’s “Doctor Sleep” as “Young Danny” and DC and CW’s “Stargirl” as “Cameron Mahkent.”
Does Roger Dale Floyd have diabetes in real life?
No, but he played his role as Nathan (in Greenland) so well that some people assume he has diabetes.
In an interview with YEM, he said, “For Greenland, one of the first things I did was learn about Type 1 diabetes.
“Nathan wears a small insulin pump that clips to his pants. I learned how a real pump works and what it’s like to have Type 1 diabetes. We met with a nurse who taught us a lot.”
“My dad helped me with my character and then Ric, Morena, and Gerry helped guide me once we were on set. Perfect teamwork. There was lots of running.”
Who plays baby Nathan in Greenland?
Roger Dale Floyd
How old is Roger Dale?
10 years old
Is there or will there be a Greenland 2 movie?
Although STX, the company credited with Greenland, looks to finalize its acquisition by the Najafi Companies, it has put the sequel to the Gerard Butler movie Greenland 2 into bankruptcy protection. In order to ensure there will be a sequel