Liam Hemsworth was first seen in the Australian television soap opera, ‘Home and Away’ in 2007. That same year, he also joined the cast of the Australian television soap opera, ‘Neighbours.’ He portrayed Josh Taylor and remained a part of the show until 2008. He made his silver screen debut in the 2009 American science fiction thriller film ‘Knowing’ directed by Alex Proyas. Despite opening to a mixed reception, the film managed to come out as a commercial success, grossing over $183.7 million on a $50 million budget. In 2009, he starred as ‘Victor’ in the psychological horror film ‘Triangle’ directed by Christopher Smith. The film was praised by critics and earned an 80% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. He was next seen in the 2010 Julie Anne Robinson-directed American coming-of-age teen romantic drama film ‘The Last Song.’ Despite being largely panned by critics, the film managed to gross over $89 million on a $20 million budget. Hemsworth also became a recipient of the ‘Young Hollywood Award,’ ‘Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Award,’ and ‘Teen Choice Award’ for his performance in the film. In 2012, he portrayed Gale Hawthorne in the American dystopian action film ‘The Hunger Games’ directed by Gary Ross. The film opened to a positive critical reception and was a massive commercial success, grossing over $694.4 million on a budget of $78 million. That same year, he also starred in the American action film ‘The Expendables 2’ directed by Simon West. The film received positive reviews from critics and grossed over $315 million on a $100 million budget.
He was next seen in films like ‘Love and Honor’ (2013), ‘Paranoia’ (2013), ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ (2013), ‘Cut Bank’ (2014), ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ (2014), ‘The Dressmaker’ (2015), ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’ (2015), ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ (2016), ‘The Duel’ (2016), ‘Isn't It Romantic’ (2019), and ‘Killerman’ (2019). He was last seen in the 2020 American neo-noir crime thriller film ‘Arkansas’ directed by Clark Duke. The film received mixed reviews from critics and scored a 47% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.