Jack O'Connell

Jack O'Connell


Jack O'Connell was born on Aug 01, 1990 in UK. Jack O'Connell's big-screen debut came with This Is England directed by Shane Meadows in 2006, strarring Pukey Nicholls. Jack O'Connell is known for SAS Rogue Heroes directed by Tom Shankland, Connor Swindells stars as David Stirling and Jack O'Connell as Paddy Mayne. Jack O'Connell has got 14 awards and 14 nominations so far. The most recent award Jack O'Connell achieved is Busho, Budapest International Short Film Festival. The upcoming new movie Jack O'Connell plays is Lady Chatterley's Lover which will be released on Dec 02, 2022.

Jack O'Connell was born in Alvaston, Derby, England, to Alison J. (Gutteridge) and John Patrick O'Connell. His mother is English, and worked at British Midland, and his father was Irish (from County Kerry), and worked on the railways for Bombardier. Jack went to Saint Benedict Catholic School, and began acting professionally playing Connor Yates in a 2005 episode of the television series Doctors (2000). His subsequent TV roles included 4 episodes of The Bill (1984), 6 of The Runaway (2010), and 18 of the popular teen drama Skins (2007).He made his film debut playing Pukey Nicholls in 2006's This Is England (2006), later co-starring in Eden Lake (2008), Harry Brown (2009), Private Peaceful (2012) and The Somnambulists (2011), before receiving critical acclaim for his lead roles as a jailed teenager in Les Poings contre les murs (2013) and a British soldier in Belfast in '71 (2014).O'Connell made his Hollywood debut as Greek soldier Calisto in the graphic novel-based action-war film 300 : La Naissance d'un empire (2014), and then played Olympic distance runner and World War II POW Louis Zamperini in the Angelina Jolie-directed war drama Invincible (2014). His upcoming roles include L'homme qui tua Don Quichotte (2018) and Money Monster (2016), the latter with George Clooney and Julia Roberts.

  • Birthday

    Aug 01, 1990
  • Place of Birth

    Derby, England, UK
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Known For


14 wins & 14 nominations

Busho, Budapest International Short Film Festival
Best Actor
Winner - Jury Award
Home (2016)
Western Heritage Awards
Fictional Drama
Winner - Bronze Wrangler
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