KJ Apa, the handsome young actor has been in news quite a lot of time due to his love angles. Here’s everything about his relationship timeline that you would like to know.
KJ Apa – Info & Career
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KJ Apa (Keneti James Fitzgerald Apa) is a 23-year old actor from New Zealand. Apart from being an actor, KJ is a singer and musician too.
KJ started his acting career at a young age. He was cast as Kane Jenkins in ‘Shortland Street’ which is a primetime soap of New Zealand. Soon enough he got his big break after he was cast in the CW drama ‘Riverdale’ in 2016. That gave a boost to his career.
In the following year, he was cast in a comedy-drama film ‘A Dog’s Purpose’. KJ has been part of many other films too. He too has starred in a Netflix film ‘The Last Summer’. Reportedly, he has also been included in Adam Mason’s upcoming movie ‘Songbird’.
Who Is KJ Apa Dating?
KJ Apa has been making quite a lot of buzz with his love angles and romantic links. He was linked with many in the recent past. However, that news were overpowered when KJ became vocal with his current partner.
KJ Apa, the Riverdale star is currently dating Clara Berry. Their relationship was not quite open until February 2020 when KJ uploaded a picture of him and Clara kissing on his Instagram handle. Following that, Clara also confessed her love for him in August via Instagram.
Clara Berry, 26, is a model by profession and has a pretty impressive career. Clara is four years older than KJ. Clara is from France. She has been a model for Viktor & Rolf, Tommy Hilfiger, and others. Apart from this, she was also featured on the front cover of Lui Magazine.
Coming to the relationship timeline of KJ, he was linked to model Corrine Isherwood back in 2017. Then again another news broke out where he was dating his co-star from ‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Britt Robertson. In 2019, there were rumours of Paris Hilton showing interest in him. There were also rumours sparked that KJ and Camila Mendes, his co-star from Riverdale are dating. However, the rumours were untrue.
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