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Source: Pure Flix Entertainment

'The World We Make' Star Caleb Castille Is a College Football Player Turned Actor


Netflix may have mastered the rom-com with movies like To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Set It Up, but now the streaming service is trying to make us cry with the teen drama The World We Make.

The film stars Caleb Castille as Jordan, a football player who falls for a spirited equestrian named Lee (Rose Reid). As their feelings grow, "simmering racism in their small town puts their relationship to the test," a description on the platform reads.

It turns out that Caleb has quite a few things in common with his character. Here’s what we’ve learned about the 28-year-old.

The World We Make’s Caleb Castille comes from a famous football family.

Portraying an athlete, especially a football player, couldn’t be more fitting for the Georgia native. Not only did Caleb play football at the University of Alabama, but so did his two older brothers and father, Jeremiah Castille.