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Guess Who This Graduation Guy Turned Into!

TMZ.com Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Before this graduation guy was getting nominated for Academy Awards, he was just a scholar sweetie growing up in Manhattan, New York. This cap and tassel kid gained widespread recognition for his portrayal of Elio in this successful film adaptation…
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