Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick (b. 29 December 1998, New York City) is an American actor. His first film role is as Damien Thorn, the Antichrist, in the 2006 remake of The Omen.
He grew up in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, where he currently lives. He attends J.M. Hill Elementary School, where he has most recently completed the first grade; his favorite school subjects are gym and recess. His parents are James H. Fitzpatrick, an actor and model, and Marty Davey, who is an actress. He began acting in commercials for Marriott and Flintstone Vitamins, and also briefly appeared in an episode of the television series Sex and the City.
During filming of The Omen, Davey-Fitzpatrick was never told that his character was supposed to be the son of the Devil; co-star Julia Stiles has commented that it was because the filmmakers thought "he was too young to understand it".
Seamus recently acted, along with his parents, in a local short film The Lottery, an eleven-minute adaptation of Shirley Jackson's...
The Omen (also known as The Omen: 666) is a 2006 remake of the 1976 horror film The Omen. The film is directed by John Moore and is written by David Seltzer. Principal photography began on October 3, 2005 at Barrandov Studios in Prague, Czech Republic. The film is part of the Omen series.
The Omen was released on June 6, 2006 (6/6/06), at 06:06:06 in the morning. This symbolically represents the number 666, which, traditionally is regarded as the "Number of the Beast," according to the New Testament (this is disputed by several theologians, however).
The MPAA rated this film as R for disturbing violent content, graphic images, and disturbing sequences.
The Omen opened on a Tuesday in order to be released on June 6, and recorded the highest opening Tuesday box office gross in domestic box office history in the United States, by earning more than $12 million. The film earned $12,633,666 on its first day, with the last three digits ending in the number 666. However, Bruce Snyder, Fox's..., http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0466909