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Antony Starr on Superhero Training for ‘the Boys,’ His Love of Surfing, and Why You Need a Camper Van

Growing up in New Zealand, Antony Starr spent his days with the surf and Shodokan Aikido. That martial arts background came in handy when the actor starred in Banshee and shooting his role as The Homelander in Amazon’s new hit superhero series The Boys. These days when he’s not filming, he still gets out in the surf. So while a few more people may know his name, not much has changed. (Source: www.mensjournal.com)

Starr Struck: the Boys Antony Starr Doesn't Pull His Punches

The Kiwi transplant made a sadistic, narcissistic sociopath one of the most interesting villains on TV in 2019. Now, he goes deeper. (Source: ew.com)

'the Boys': Antony Starr Is the Perfect Villain for These Weird Times

If you’ve seen even a single episode of The Boys, you already know we’re talking about Homelander. He’s one of the quote-unquote “superheroes” in the series, which debuted in simpler times (the summer of 2019), and is played with simmering villainy by Antony Starr. But the 44-year old New Zealander isn’t merely describing his character, he’s also giving a preview of The Boys Season 3. 

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Antony Starr Net Worth

Antony Starr Net Worth: Antony Starr is a New Zealand actor who has a net worth of $2 million. He is probably best-known for appearing on the Amazon Prime show "The Boys", and on the Cinemax show "Banshee". (Source: www.celebritynetworth.com)

The Boys Lead Antony Starr Flies Onto the Scene in Full Homelander Costume

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