Young Age Stef Dawson: Married Onscreen With Alan Clafin. Off-Screen Boyfriend?

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Young Age Stef Dawson: Married Onscreen With Alan Clafin. Off-Screen Boyfriend?

You must remember Stef Dawson from the ‘Hunger Games-Mocking Jay’ as the character Annie Cresta. One of the important scenes in the movie was when Annie Cresta got married to Finnick Odair, the role played by Sam Claflin. You must be wondering who is Dawson’s real-life “Finnick”?

Caption: The wedding scene between Stef Dawson and Sam Claflin in ‘The Hunger Games-Mockingjay Part 1.'

Never Let Go of the Love:

The dating life of the actress is secluded from media and her social media accounts, so not much is known about her past to present relationships. But when it comes to on-screen patch ups, you all know that she has already been married to Sam Claflin's character in the movie. They showed exquisite chemistry in the movie.

She also keeps reposting the memorable marriage scene from the movie on her Instagram. Why wouldn’t she? He is after all her on-screen husband. But jokes aside she is very fond of him according to her interview in Composure Magazine.

Caption: Sam Claflin and Stef Dawson in a marriage Screen.

But for Dawson, she is a good pair with almost every actor she is paired with. Her latest projects also include her romantic scenes with her co-stars like her feature film ‘Creedmoria’ that came out in 2014. In the movie she portrays Candy, an optimist teenager living in a weird place who has a psychotic boyfriend, ‘Billy Fenton’ played by Steve Cavanaugh and they have shared a few romantic moments in the film as well.

Wish I Could Be There

Caption: The trailer of the feature film Creedmoria.

She has also starred in the 2016 film, ‘The Paper Store’ acclaimed from Katherine Clark Gray’s play ‘5 16’ where she is seen alongside Penn Badgley. They have also shared intimate relationships in the film.

Look at Him

She also happens to be a cat lover.  

Stef Dawson was born on December 17, 1988, in Canberra, Australia. She is known mostly for her involvement in the Hunger Games Franchise in the Mocking Jay 1 and 2. She had studied opera and theater at the University of Wollongong. Her latest projects have been the film, ‘The Paper Store’ and series, ‘Cleverman’.

She was also recently spotted at the screening of her new movie, ‘The Lenon Report’ together with the Beatles fundraiser to fight breast cancer.