Breaking Boundaries | Jamie Dornan Edition

.Breaking Boundaries | Jamie Dornan Edition.

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.Early Life.

Jamie was born in Holywood, County Down, Northern Ireland which is very proud to be from. He prides himself on being a through and through northern Irishman. He didn’t grow up alone with two older sisters. His father who was a Professor Jim Dornan who also considered becoming an actor. Jamie was 16 when his mother, Lorna unfortunately died from pancreatic cancer. He attended and boarded at Methodist College Belfast, where he played rugby and participated in the drama department. He later attended Teesside University but dropped out and moved to London to train as an actor.


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 .Modelling.

Mr Dornan first worked as a model back in 2003 way before becoming Mr Grey as we all know him today. He modelled for such established brands as Abercrombie & Fitch to begin with, which isn’t a bad start. He then moved on to modelled for a number of fashion houses and retailers including the likes of AquascutumHugo Boss, and Armani. His most notable work includes the massive ad campaigns with Dior Homme and Calvin Klein (which he featured alongside both Kate Moss and Eva Mendes). He was later named “The Golden Torso” by The New York Times.


.Acting.

Dornan’s first acting role in a film was Count Axel Fersen in the Sofia Coppola film Marie Antoinette (2006). Dornan also appeared in the drama film Shadows in the Sun (2009), which starred three-time Academy Award nominee Jean Simmons. In 2008, he played the lead role of Ed in the Hammer Horror production Beyond the Rave.

In 2011, Dornan appeared in nine episodes of the ABC television series Once Upon a Time, playing the role of Sheriff Graham. While Graham from Storybrooke was killed by the town’s mayor Regina (The Evil Queen) in the episode “The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter”, Dornan stated that he would return as the Huntsman from the Enchanted Forest at some point, and he remained a regular on the series. He returned as The Huntsman for the season finale episode, “A Land Without Magic”.

Dornan stars alongside Gillian Anderson in the Northern Irish drama series The Fall, playing Paul Spector, a serial killer terrorising Belfast. In May 2013, the show was renewed for a second series halfway through the broadcast of series one.

On 23 October 2013, Dornan was cast as Christian Grey in the film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey, replacing Charlie Hunnam. Initially announced to be released on 1 August 2014, the film was later rescheduled and released on 13 February 2015. On 27 August 2014, it was announced that Dornan would play Dr. Allan Pascal in a Miramax film titled The 9th Life of Louis Drax, a supernatural thriller based on a book of the same name. It was released on 2 September 2016. In November 2014, Dornan was #3 in People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive rankings.

In February 2015, it was confirmed that Dornan had signed up for the second and third installments of the Fifty Shades film franchise. Fifty Shades Darker was released in 2017, and Fifty Shades Freed is scheduled for 2018.

In March 2015, it was reported that the BBC drama The Fall will return for a third series, revealing the fate of Dornan’s character. The third season originally aired on RTÉ One and BBC Two from 25 September to 28 October 2016.

In May 2017, it was reported that Dornan will co-star alongside Peter Dinklage in the HBO television film My Dinner with Hervé.

(Text from Jamie Dornan’s Wikipedia Page)


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