Dutch Bon Young is the son of Canadian-Australian actor Aden Young. His mother’s name is Loene Carmen.
He grew up with his younger brother, Chester. He is an Australian citizen by nationality.
About Dutch’s Father Aden
His father, Aden, is an actor well known for his role as Daniel Holden in Sundance TV drama Rectify.
Aden landed on his first-ever movie show, back in 1991. He played the role of Bruce Beresford in the movie Black Robe.
He was born in the year 1971. His mom was a nurse, and his dad was a CBC broadcasters.
Married Life Of Aden
Aden is married to his wife, Loene Carmen. He met Loene back in the 2000s and started dating her.
Both kids, Dutch Bon and Chester Van, were born before their marriage.
Aden and his wife decided they wouldn’t marry when they were dating because they thought marriage would complicate things.
However, they changed their thoughts, and after dating Loene for over a decade, they finally exchanged their vows in 2014.
They are living a happy life with their children.
Age And Net Worth
Dutch Bon was born in 2007 and is currently 16 years old. His father's net worth is $8 Million.
Aden Gave Reasons Not To Watch His Show
Aden is popularly known for his appearance in the 2013 series Rectify.
He played in the series for three years and did fantastic work on it.
In the interview with People TV, Aden gave three reasons for people not to watch his show Rectify.
He said that the series was a remarkable show, but that’s not for the people who aren’t interested in the extraordinary things.
He also mentioned that the series has some excellent actors who gave their best to bring out the show's storyline and focused on their action, and people who aren’t fans of such things should not watch Rectify.
Also, he said that people who have no interest in learning about the mystery that lasted for two decades and demolished so many people’s lives shown in the series could skip the show.
Aden Thought Of Taking a Break From Acting
Aden opened up about his decision to take a break from acting in an interview with Hollywood Reporter.
The year when his old friend approached him with Rectify, he had already decided to quit acting.
He was sure he wouldn’t do any movies or show that year.
When his friend sent him the script, he denied her, saying he didn’t want the part.
But his friend was not ready to hear his no, so she threatened to come to Thailand and kill Aden.
She wanted Aden to be part of Rectify, so she sent him the second episode of the series.
He read the story, and after a few days, he got really into it.
He found it intriguing and wanted to participate, so he agreed to do the character.
Aden Tried Taking A Break From Rectify
Aden’s character, Daniel, whom he played in the series Rectify, was a murderer who was on death row for 20 years.
His character play was intense and depressing, and after he played the character, he knew about Daniel's experiences on his deathbed and everything he had gone through.
Aden found himself in a very emotional state where he understood people, life, and the good and bad things.
He needed a break before returning to season 2 of the series, so he packed his stuff and moved to LA.
However, he couldn't stay there long as he received a call from his friend that they needed him back, so he flew back to Australia again.
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