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"As a little boy I was fascinated with Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis. They were my two favourite actors. I imagined myself in ‘Die Hard’ and ‘Terminator'"

“I stopped looking at rumors about me on Google; more or less since the one saying there was a crisis in my marriage, bullshit!”


A Private War

Status: Filming   -   Role: Paul Conroy

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Status: post-production   -   Role: Nick

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Fifty Shades Darker

Status: Out Now    -   Role: Christian Grey

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Fifty Shades Freed

Status: post-production   -   Role: Christian Grey

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Robin Hood

Status: post-production   -   Role: Will Scarlet

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My Dinner with Herve

Status: post-production   -   Role: Danny Tate

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Status: Pre-Production   -   Role: Prisoner

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Untitled David James Kelly project

Status: in development   -   Role: Unknown

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Welcome to Jamie Dornan Online,

Your first and best source on the Irish actor and former model since 2011. Jamie is known as a model with his major campaigns for several brands such as Dior, Hugo Boss and Calvin Klein. As for his acting career, it took off thanks to his role in the TV show Once Upon a Time and his unforgettable role as a serial killer in The Fall. In 2015, his popularity becomes worldwide with his biggest role so far, Christian Grey, in the movie Fifty Shades of Grey with Dakota Johnson. In 2016, Jamie was the main actor in three other movies: The 9th Life of Louis Drax, Jadotville and Anthropoid. His upcoming projects are the movie Untogether and a new adaptation of Robin Hood. You will find all his news on the fansite and a gallery as complete as possible.

Jamie's 2018 Schedule

•   January   -   A Private War Filming in London

•   Jan 19   -   The Graham Norton Show (UK)

•   Jan 24   -   Fifty Shades Freed Press Conference (US)

•   Jan 31   -   The Ellen Show (US)

•   Jan 31   -   Jimmy Kimmel Live (US)

•   Feb 1   -   Fifty Shades Freed LA Premiere

•   Feb 1   -   The Late Late Show with James Corden (US)

•   Feb 5   -   ITV Lorraine (UK)

•   Feb 5   -   C à Vous (France)

•   Feb 6   -   Fifty Shades Freed Premiere (Paris)

•   Feb 7   -   ‘Face to Face’ with Eamonn Mallie (UK)

•   Feb 8   -   CONAN (US)

•   Feb 20   -   GQ Event for Timothee Chalamet (US)

•   March 2   -   Women in Film Pre-Oscar Party (US)

•   March 3   -   Chanel & Charles Flinch Pre-Oscar Dinner



• Best Drama Performance (The Fall) – National TV Awards - 2016

• Best Supporting Actor (Anthropoid) – BIFA – 2016

• Best Supporting Actor (Anthropoid) – National Film Awards – 2017

• Best Actor in a Lead Role Film (Jadotville) – IFTA - 2017

• Best Celebrity - Ulster Tatler Awards - 2017


Sunday, September 16th, 2018

A Private War

Jamie was in Toronto on Monday and Tuesday for the TIFF. Here’s a recap post of these two days of press for the movie A Private War. He couldn’t attend the premiere on Friday but he gave several interviews from which you can find pictures and watch videos below. He also attended a few events and posed for several official portraits. So far, the reviews for A Private War are quite good; and regarding Jamie’s performance as well!

• TIFF – DIRECTV House presented by AT&T (September 10)
• TIFF – Women in the World (September 10)
• TIFF – ‘A Million Little Pieces’ Premiere (September 10)
• TIFF – ET Canada Festival Central Nespresso Lounge (September 11)

• Photoshoots > 2018 > • TIFF Portraits

+ LINK: Women in the World Canada Summit – A Private War panel (from 2:07:50)

Friday, August 31st, 2018

Interview & Pictures

The fragrance Hugo Boss The Scent Private Accord will be out worldwide tomorrow. The campaign with Jamie and Birgit Kos will be launched as well, and we should get their full TV commercial. For now, you can find new pictures from the campaign in the gallery and you can read a new interview of Jamie for WWD below. He talks about the fragrance, social media and all his new projects.

WWD: How does it feel to be the face of Boss The Scent?
Jamie Dornan: Above everything else, it’s just a privilege to be associated with such an iconic brand. In my modeling days, I think I did five campaigns for [Hugo Boss] in various guises. They were always very good to me. I always respected everyone there and have a good relationship with them. So to be able to continue that relationship all these years later, it’s a very nice feeling.

WWD: How was it working on the advertising?
J.D.: They had a very strong visual idea of what they wanted it to look like, and they got Drake Doremus in to do the advert. I’m a huge fan of his. He’s a very impressive, very talented, very successful director in Hollywood. Their intentions were obviously for it to be something very seductive, beautiful and artistic, and hopefully I’ve helped in whatever way I can to achieve that.

WWD: This campaign is about becoming disconnected from the virtual world. How come you choose not to be on social media in your own life?
J.D.: I think there are elements of social media that can do good, and people can spread good vibes. But unfortunately, what it really highlights is that a lot of people don’t want to do that. It just feels like it’s a sort of hotbed for negativity, and I don’t really want to buy into that. It’s also very high levels of narcissism that — again — I have no interest in being subjected to. It’s not for me.
I feel like my life is much more enriched without it than with it. I have to say, I don’t miss it.

WWD: Do you recall the first fragrance you ever wore?
J.D: I remember CK One being a big thing at school. Fragrance — it never fails to blow my mind how powerful a scent is, and how it can bring up emotions and memories of people that you didn’t even realize you had locked away. It means a lot to a lot of people.

WWD: Do you wear fragrance?
J.D.: Yeah, [ but] not every day. We live out in the English countryside, where it’s not really about looking or smelling good. You sort of get up and go, really. It’s the life we’ve chosen, and we love it. I have two very small kids, and it’s the last thing in your mind in the morning — how you look and how you present yourself.

WWD: What about Boss The Scent?
J.D.: It does give you a bit of a lift — it does elevate you a bit, and it’s a nice feeling.

WWD: Are there certain scent notes you like?
J.D.: I don’t like anything too fresh, fruity or floral usually. I just find it a bit distracting, and it makes me a bit dizzy. I prefer the earthier, woodier, leather sort of stuff.

WWD: Outside of fragrance, are there any other projects you can discuss?
J.D.: I’ve got three movies coming out within five weeks of each other. I’ve got a film called “A Private War” with Rosamund Pike and Stanley Tucci that’s coming out in November. I’ve got a film I did with Peter Dinklage for HBO called “My Dinner With Hervé,” and I’ve got a “Robin Hood” film that’s an ensemble thing with Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, Eve Hewson and Ben Mendelsohn. And then I just finished last week filming a threepart drama for the BBC, called “Death and Nightingales,” which is an adaptation of a book by Eugene McCabe of the same name. It’s being directed by Allan Cubitt, who wrote “The Fall,” which is a BBC show that I did. So yeah, lots happening. It’s all been great.

WWD: What parts do you have?
J.D.: Very different roles. In Hervé, I played a journalist, who goes over to interview Hervé Villechaize in the Nineties and has a very insane night with him, and it changes both their lives forever. In “A Private War” I play again a journalist, but a photojournalist — a war photographer. The story is about Marie Colvin, who was The Sunday Times war correspondent for about 25 years. She died in Syria in 2012. Rosamund Pike plays her, and I play Paul Conroy, who is a real person, whom I’m now very close with. He was with us on the whole journey. And then “Robin Hood,” I play Will Scarlet… and then in the latest, in the BBC [production], I play a character called Liam Ward. It’s all set in late 19th- century Ireland.
What I love about my job is the variety of it. You get to explore all these different worlds and these different characters, and it’s never the same thing day in, day out.

Thursday, August 30th, 2018

Interview, scans & photoshoot

Jamie features on the cover of the September issue of the magazine GQ Mexico / Latinoamerica. The magazine contains a new interview of Jamie and several beautiful pictures by photographer Bjorn Iooss. You can check the scans and the photoshoot in the gallery.

Here are Jamie’s quotes from the interview translated in English:

“If The Fall would have lasted forever, I could have kept playing him. Unfortunately it’s over. It’s a character that changed my career forever.”

“The first thing I focus on is the script. It’s the most important thing; whether it is for cinema, television or theater.”

“Death & Nightingales is an incredible story about family, lies, betrayal, corruption and love.”

“What impressed me the most about A Private War was to know, first hand, the dangers that reporters face so we can know what is happening on the fronts. It has been a very inspiring project despite its obvious tragedy.
Nothing changes in many countries being torn apart by the war. We are not doing enough to help them.”

About Hugo Boss campaign: “I had not worked in that field for a long time, but I have a great relationship with Hugo Boss since my modeling days. So I thought it was a great occasion.”

“The truth is, I would like not to be stopped in the street for a selfie. That’s what you might call ‘the price of fame'”

Jamie remembers from the set of Robin Hood “the beatings that Taron Egerton gave him playing Super Mario Bross on Nintendo 2DS.” In addition to confess that his heroine is his wife, Amelia Warner, who can raise and handle their two daughters.

Scan/Magazines > 2018 > • GQ Latinoamérica (September)

Photoshoots > 2018 > • Bjorn Iooss (GQ)

Thursday, August 02nd, 2018

The Scent Private Accord

Jamie and the model Birgit Kos are the faces of the new campaign for the fragrance The Scent by Hugo Boss. The new fragrance line named The Scent Private Accord (for Him / for Her) will be out this summer.

Sophisticated, self-assured and confident—those were the qualities that German luxury fashion house Hugo Boss saw in Jamie Dornan, making him a perfect fit for BOSS THE SCENT.

For me, BOSS represents sophistication, masculinity and elegance. That‘s why I’m thrilled to be joining the BOSS family as the new fragrance ambassador” Jamie Dornan

We are still waiting for the commercial (in September), but for now you can watch a promo video below and you can find several pictures from the official photoshoot of the campaign in the gallery.

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Pictures and Interview

Jamie is on the cover of the February issue of the magazine M2 New Zealand! The magazine features several pictures of Jamie for Fifty Shades Freed promo shoot by Nino Munoz. You can check them in the gallery, as well as the cover.

Moreover, here’s Jamie’s interview from the magazine:

Getting to travel to Europe to work is a pretty sweet perk.

Yes, we did it toward the end of it. After wrappingup in Vancouver, we flew to France, which was nice because the schedule wasn’t too crazy. We had some time off to muck around on jet skies or swim while we were shooting the honeymoon scenes. Those were easy days at work.

In a film where you have to act in an extremely intimate setting, it’s good thay you and Dakota Johnson get on well.

We are very fond of each other. Dakota and I had to have chemistry to make this work from the get-go, and we will continue to be friends despite it going to an end. We have gone through this journey together. We truly understand what that has meant. I believe we will always have each other’s back. Precisely, because of the impact these roles have had on our careers and personalities. It is quite a bond that lasts forever.

Have those scenes become easier to shoot?

I imagine it’d be quite tough to, ‘get in the character, on a busy film set. It has, because in those situation it all come down to trust. You can feel very exposed and vulnerable when you shoot them. We knew that we had each other’s back and we were even capable of having a bit of a laugh, which is good. In the first film we were still getting to know each other. But I believe that our friendship has certainly taken a step forward since then and made those moments easier for us.

There must be moments where you’d just burst out laughing, surely?

We have to! I wouldn’t do this job if I didn’t have fun at work. I remember we couldn’t stop laughing during the wedding scene, where we realized that the same guy who was with us in elevator sequence of the first movie was sitting there in the front row. Life is too short and you have to enjoy it. Dakota and I make each other laugh far too easily. You have to respect your job, but also have fun, because we are actors and our mission is to entertain people.
So how are you going to do that if you are not even capable of enjoying yourself? That goes for every job. My father was a surgeon, but he never took himself too seriously, and is one of the funniest people I have ever met.

How does Fifty Shades Freed differ from the previous films?

There is definitely a lot of action! Even though we shot the second and third films back-to-back, this one felt very different, precisely because of all the car chases and stunts. In that respect, I wasn’t the person who had the most to do, but I love throwing stuff around and doing stunts.

What do you think James Foley, as director, has brought to the second and third films of the series?

James is great and very energetic. It wasn’t easy to get on a train like this that had already left the station. Yes, he managed to elevate it and make it all his own, while also respecting what was done with Fifty shades of Grey. That’s a delicate thing to do, and I thought he handled it brilliantly.

Character growth is integral to any story, especially in a movie franchise, so what’s changed?

I think Christian is fair, understanding and more human in the third movie, compared with how he was when we first met him- when he was hard to understand impenetrable. Now he is a bit more of an open book. Playing him has been a satisfying challenge. I feel it was trickier in the first movie, as I had to strike that balance of being distance and cold, but at the same time somewhat likeable.

How was the experience of shooting the second and third movie back to back?

I think it was beneficial for everybody, the crew, the cast, the studio, and the fans. It made both the schedule and energy easier, where you have those six months where you just throw everything at it and you are done. I believe it is better than working three months, then going into another film and then coming back to it again a year later. I believe it’s easier to get it all out in one go.