Jack O'Connell

Biography

Jack O'Connell  (born 1 August 1990), is a British actor, from Alvaston, Derby, England. He went to St Benedict Catholic School and Performing Arts College. He is perhaps most recognisable for playing Pukey Nicholls in This Is England (2006), Marky in Harry Brown (2009), and as James Cook in the E4 teen drama Skins.

Jack O'Connell  (born 1 August 1990), is a British actor, from Alvaston, Derby, England. He went to St Benedict Catholic School and Performing Arts College. He is perhaps most recognisable for playing Pukey Nicholls in This Is England (2006), Marky in Harry Brown (2009), and as James Cook in the E4 teen drama Skins.

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Gender Male

Known Credits 33

Birthday 1990-08-01

Place of Birth Derby - England - UK

Adult Actor False

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2017 Tulip Fever as William
2017 HHhH as Jan Kubiš
2016 Money Monster as Kyle Budwell
2016 Home as Jack
2014 Unbroken as Louis Zamperini
2014 Lennon or McCartney as Himself (archive footage)
2014 9 Kisses as Boxing Guy
2014 '71 as Gary
2014 Shelter as Private Charlie Miller
2014 Starred Up as Eric
2014 300: Rise of an Empire as Calisto
2012 The Liability as Adam
2012 Private Peaceful as Charlie Peaceful
2012 Tower Block as Kurtis
2012 The Somnambulists as Man 10
2011 Weekender as Dylan
2011 The Runaway(6 episodes) as Eamonn Docherty
2011 United as Bobby Charlton
2010 The Hardest Part as Thug
2010 Dive(2 episodes) as Robert
2010 Dive as Robert
2009 Harry Brown as Marky
2009 Wayfaring Stranger as Bobby Brewer
2009 Wuthering Heights as Shepherd Lad
2008 Eden Lake as Brett
2007 Skins(24 episodes) as James Cook
2006 Black Dog as Chris
2006 This Is England as Pukey Nicholls
2006 Waterloo Road(1 episode) as Dale Baxter
2002 Wire in the Blood(1 episode) as Jack Norton
2000 Doctors(1 episode) as Connor Yates
1999 Holby City(1 episode) as Davey Hunt
1984 The Bill(4 episodes) as Ross Trescott

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