Sams career took off internationally when he featured in James Camerons Avatar as Jake Sully in the year 2009.
soon became a household name, starring in high profile films Texas Killing Fields, Clash of the Titans, Man on a Ledge, and Wrath of the Titans.
So you remember the liquid man, of course, and that was revolutionary for this time, going through the helicopter and all that.
But I think what they do is they showcase how good a storyteller Jim is.
It's interesting that he's released that trailer and the next day, he shows it on IMAX. We get the criticism and then we get the rave reviews of what it really looks like in its own formula.
That's obviously going to get people to think and go, "Damn right! Jim has always said to me that he wants to bring people back to the movies, and he's a smart enough man for that to be tactical.
[on his role in Kampf der Titanen (2010)] Oh I want to do it exactly the same. no, I had a take on Perseus that I said to Louie and he went with it and the studio kind of liked my take, and we'll see if it works.
[on the Terminator Franchise] Well, I reacquainted myself with the movies, obviously, before we started, but I would have been actually 15 or something when Terminator 2 came out. I've tried to reclaim a lost love and didn't know how to do it.
In 2010, Worthington started a production company, Full Clip Productions, with two of his close friends John Schwarz and Michael Schwarz.
The company teamed with Radical studios to print two graphic novels Damaged and Patriots.
The following year, he starred in yet another Aussie film, opposite David Wenham in Gettin' Square (2003).
The director of the film, Jonathan Teplitzky, originally tested actors who were up to 8 years older than the then-27-year-old Worthington.
Sam also voiced for the call of Duty: Black Ops video games.