If there’s one celebrity out there who doesn’t get enough respect, it’s Channing Tatum. It used to be all too easy to pass him off as a stereotypical hunk, only noteworthy due to his sex appeal and bulging muscles. He originally gained prominence in Hollywood after his performance in the dance film Step Up, and his memorable turn as a stripper in Magic Mike. But since then, he’s managed to carve out a respectable niche for himself in a host of other movies.
Now, Channing Tatum has starred in films such as 21 Jump Street, This Is The End, Hail Caesar!, Side Effects, and was highly praised for his performance in the 2014 film Foxcatcher, which explores the twisted relationship former Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz and the reclusive billionaire John Du Pont.
Tatum is also set to co-star in the comedy spy sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle, and has been lobbying for the part of the superhero Gambit in an X-Men spin-off movie. Quite an impressive resumé, huh? It’s all too easy, however, to forget Tatum’s most important role: that of a father to his three-year-old daughter Everly.
Everly Tatum was born in London in 2013, to Channing and his wife Jenna Tatum (née Dewan) and this week, Tatum wrote wrote an inspiring and heartwarming open letter in Cosmopolitan about his hopes and fears for his daughter. It’s the kind of letter that any dad should be able to appreciate, and will most likely make Tatum’s legions of fans fall for him even harder.
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