Devon Bostick is a Canadian actor well-recognized for his role in a series of family comedy movies called Diary of a Wimpy Kid as Rodrick Heffley and in the CW, series called The 100 as Jasper Jordan. He is of British and Norwegian ethnicity. Devon is the son of Joe Bostick who is an actor and a film fight coordinator and Stephanie Gorin, a casting director in Toronto who works on stage and screen.
Devon is famous for several of his screen appearances such as Regression, Being Charlie, Okja, Tuscaloosa, Pink Skies Ahead, and many more. His recent screen appearance was in the most awaited biographical thriller movie called Oppenheimer as Seth Neddermeyer.
Is Devon Bostick Married?
On November 13, 2022, Devon Bostick turned 31 but is not yet married to anyone. So, he does not have a wife, however, now he is in a relationship. Devon is a famous actor who has thousands of female fans following who are curious about his love life. Devon does not often make a direct statement to reveal his partner. Looking at his Instagram account, It seems he is dating his fellow American actor Dylan Gelula.
On May 6, 2021, Devon made an Instagram post where he introduced Dylan as his nemesis. Again, in August of the same year, He made an Instagram post calling her a fashion icon. Since then, he has been posting several travel pictures of Dylan on his account. On May 7, 2023, Devon made an Instagram post where he wished her happy birthday and called her the light of his life, and made an official post about their relationship.
In the past, Devon dated model and actor, Alexandra Burman. Devon confirmed their relationship saying they were having a good time. But later they ended their relationship when Devon implied that he was single.
Who Is Devon Bostick’s Partner?
Dairy Of A Wimpy Kid Star Devon Bostick is currently dating, Dylan Gelula, an American actress. Dylan is famous for her role as Xanthieppe on the American sitcom Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and in the romantic drama movie called First Girl I Loved as the lead actor. Devon was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was raised in Reform Judaism.
Devon was not an exemplary school student; she had a difficult time in High school and used to show up to school so infrequently. Devon was at last presented with the option of either repeating her senior years or dropping out. At last, at the age of Devon dropped out of high school and moved to Los Angeles by herself.