Jaeden Wesley Lieberher (born January 4, 2003 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), known as Jaeden Martell, is an American teen actor.
He started acting in commercials before his first major film role in St. Vincent (2014). Since then he's starred in It (2017) and its 2019 sequel as the young Bill Denbrough and as Johnny Masters in Masters of Sex among a few other high-profile roles.
- St. Vincent (2014): Oliver Bronstein
- Playing It Cool (2014): 6-Year-Old Me
- Aloha (2015): Mitchell
- Masters of Sex (2015-2016): Johnny Masters
- Midnight Special (2016): Alton Meyer
- The Confirmation (2016): Anthony
- The Book of Henry (2017): Henry Carpenter
- It (2017): young Bill Denbrough
- It: Chapter Two (2019)
- Knives Out (2019): Jacob Thrombey
- The Lodge (2019): Aidan Hall
- Defending Jacob (2020): Jacob Barber
Tropes & Trivia in his works:
- Adorkable: He comes across this way in several interviews.
- But Not Too White: Inverted. He's a quarter Korean on his mother's side, but is usually cast as entirely Caucasian characters.
- Nom de Mom: Martell is his mother's maiden name; he started being credited under it in 2019.
- Those Two Actors: