Timothée Chalamet revealed how to correctly pronounce his name and shared that why he thinks it's his parents' fault.
During his appearance at the Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Chalamet, joined by his Dune: Part Two co-stars Zendaya, Austin Butler and Florence Pugh, discussed the accent over one of the e's in his name
When the show host Jimmy Kimmel pointed it out, the Wonka star clarified that "Honestly it's ‘Tim-oh-teh, but I would not oblige you to say it like that and it can be Timothy or Timmy or Doug’ or Allen."
On which the 56-year-old host asked Chalamet, "It’s ‘Tim-oh-teh?," the actor then responded, "That's what it was supposed to be, my parents cursed me with that."
"They did? And you were like, no, I'm not going along with that," Kimmel teased, on which the 28-year-old star told, "I'm not going along with that, so it's whatever you like."
Kimmel then shared his thought that Chalamet's name was fitting because both his first and last names rhyme, however, Chalamet added that his middle name disrupts the rhyme.
This wasn't the first time the Entergalactic actor, whose father is French, addressed the matter by sharing the correct pronunciation of his name.
In an interview with Frank Ocean for VMan Magazine, Chalamet mentioned, "I can't ask people to call me that; it just seems really pretentious."
He told, "My dad is from France, so it's a French spelling, but it seems like too much of an obligation to ask people to call me that."
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