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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


Tuesday, January 10th, 2017


You can find 800 screencaps of Jamie in the movie Anthropoid in the gallery.
As you know, Jamie plays the character Jan Kubis alongside Cillian Murphy in this amazing movie that I loved! Anthropoid will be released on DVD in UK on January 16th. It was already released last year in the US.

Warning: If you haven’t seen the movie, those screencaps will contain spoilers.

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

Making Of

The making of of the movie Anthropoid has been released this week by Icon Film. It lasts 30 minutes and is very interesting.
You can find 137 screencaps of Jamie in the gallery. Moreover, you can watch a short version of the making of below, with Jamie’s interviews about the movie only.
To watch the full making of, you can click on the link below, but it contains spoilers on the movie if you haven’t seen it.

Full Making Of: LINK

Thursday, September 29th, 2016

Jamie’s latest interviews

With the release of Anthropoid, Jadotville and The Fall, Jamie gave many interviews recently. Several interviews were not on the site yet so here’s a recap post if you don’t want to miss any. Below you can find one or two quotes for each interview as well as the direct link to its source in order to read the full interview. This post contains 15 new interviews so it would have been too long to copy them all here. I hope this post is clear enough and will be useful.


“There’s probably a lot more people who watch The Fall now because of Fifty Shades. And if Fifty Shades has opened more eyes to The Fall, then that’s only a good thing.”

Full Interview


“It was refreshing to play someone that was vulnerable in Anthropoid, I feel like I haven’t really explored that in my career yet. I’ve personally found that far more relatable to the person I am than some of these other characters I’ve played.”

Full Interview


“Having kids has really changed my life. Fatherhood has been the best role I’ve ever had. They’re both under the age of three now and they’ve coincided with my career really taking off in a way that I didn’t really expect.”

Full Interview


“I don’t think Grey and Spector are anything alike. But I do understand why people think they’re alike. I think it would be wrong as an actor to find too many parallels.”

Full Interview


“Professionally, this job (The Fall) is the best thing that’s ever happened to me. I love doing it and filming the third series was like coming home.”

Full Interview


“One of the things that makes Spector compelling is that there are relatable aspects to him… there are no undercurrents of menace in those moments because it’s a father talking to his daughter.”

Full Interview


“I wouldn’t want to play villain after villain, I think there’s absolutely no point in being an actor if that’s all you want to do. Whether I get the chance to play someone as well-crafted as Spector again, I’m not sure.”

Full Interview


About his last season of The Fall: “There’s a little bit of devastation for me, I have to say. It’s a job that means a lot to me, and a character that I really love playing, and a group of people that have become family over four and a half years, so it’s very bittersweet. It’s like a support blanket that someone’s taking away from you – quite abruptly!”

Full Interview


“Having children is like a reset button. You are a totally different person. The fundamentals of your life are instantly altered overnight. All in the most positive way imaginable.”

Full Interview


“The Fall has been an omnipresent part of my life for four and a half years and so much has changed for me professionally and personally – I wasn’t a father and I wasn’t married when it started. But I’m also ready to do something a bit more family friendly now!”

Full Interview


“I’ve no sympathy for him, but so many other people have told me how part of them is actually gunning for Spector to evade Gibson and the wrath of justice and judgment. That’s really interesting – and wrong – but it’s very telling of how well Allan has written him.”

Full Interview


“I feel after that amount of time that I have a pretty good grip on Spector’s behaviour on the page and off the page. I do think I’ve changed a little bit when I’m playing him. Something happens to my psyche when I grow the beard and get a haircut.”

Full Interview


“Allan [Cubitt, The Fall’s writer] and I talked from a long way out about where the story would go, so I’ve seen the end coming from a long way off. And I’m pretty satisfied with it.”

Full Interview


Who was the first girl or woman you kissed?
Ha! It was at the top of the stairs outside the toilet at a Halloween party when I was about 11.

Which woman makes you laugh the most?
I find my wife very funny so I’m going to have to give her the credit there. My agent makes me laugh a lot too. She’s from Iowa and says a lot of funny stuff.

Are you ever envious of women?
Always, every day. They’re just better.

Full Interview


“People like to go after your family and shit as well. It’s one of the main reasons I left social media. They say horrific things about your loved ones, and so it opens up fast…”

Full Interview

Friday, September 23rd, 2016

New BTS pictures and videos

The movie Anthropoid has already been released in US and UK but not yet in Czech Republic, where the movie was filmed. It will be released there on September 28, and several BTS videos for the promotion of the movie have been uploaded online. These videos contains some footage from the filming and actors’ interviews; they will probably feature on the DVD / Blu-Ray extras as well.
You can find the links for 5 videos below but some might contain spoilers if you haven’t watched the movie yet.

4 new BTS pictures have been added to the gallery too.


Sunday, September 11th, 2016

iNews, Irish Times, Empire

Here’s a new recap post of Jamie’s latest interviews. Two written interviews, one for iNews and the other for The Irish Times, and one audio interview for Empire Podcast.


When Jamie Dornan tells me the appeal of his latest film role was that it was “human and relatable,” it sounds like a classic actorly platitude. But then you consider the parts that catapulted Dornan to stardom: a serial-killing psychopath and a sado-masochistic tycoon, in The Fall and Fifty Shades of Grey, respectively. In both, the Belfast-born 34-year-old has been a twisted embodiment of Men’s Health maledom gone wrong, meterosexual beauty disguising a toxic psychology. So yes, when it came to the role of Czech war hero Jan Kubiš in new Second World War drama Anthropoid, you imagine it must have been nice to be offered a character who is so darned noble for a change – and at least a little closer to the gentle, friendly guy who I meet over coffee in West London.

The film tells the story of the group of Czech resistance fighters who assassinated SS General Reinhard Heydrich in 1942. But far from being a Boy’s Own adventure hero, Dornan’s Kubiš is anxious and terrified; early on, he’s unable to aim his gun because his hands are so shaky. “They’re just regular guys put in an impossible situation,” says Dornan. “For all the bravado and thinking that you’d be manly in these situations, I’d probably be very like [Jan].

Nevertheless, as the Nazis close in, Kubiš and his comrades are forced into battle; the powerful, draining second half is mostly given over to a brutal extended siege in a cathedral. Dornan describes the shoot as “gruelling” and “claustrophobic” – though he was well-prepared, having just come off filming another war drama, Netflix’s upcoming The Siege of Jadotville. And then there was the pleasure of working with co-lead Cillian Murphy. “I’ve always respected the way he approaches his career [mixing] big blockbuster franchises with great TV – and then he still does amazing theatre in Ireland.

It’s clear Dornan has remained just as level-headed. Where he could have scouted out a superhero movie by now, later this month he returns to BBC2 for a third and final series of The Fall. “It’s my happy place,” he says – an odd way to describe a show in which you have to enter the mind of a man who stalks and strangles women, perhaps, but indicative of how indebted he feels to Allan Cubitt’s thriller for giving him his big break. Before he landed the part of Paul Spector he had been plugging away at acting for years without great success – at least relative to his success as a top-flight model. “I had a lot more time off, put it that way!” he jokes. The problem being, that in the UK, he found himself burdened with the “model-turned-actor” tag. “There’s a heavier stigma attached than in the States.

When he first went up for The Fall, it was for a smaller part as a policeman colleague of Spector’s nemesis, Stella Gibson (played by Gillian Anderson). It was only subsequently, when he’d gone to “LA for pilot season, whoring myself around town”, that he was asked to make an audition tape for Spector.

With the producers having whittled the candidates down to three, a six-and-a-half-hour final audition followed: one of the things that clinched it for him was a scene in which Spector comes back from a killing to be greeted by his son. “I just spoke to him like it was my son, but Allan said [the other two] acted it really creepy because he’s just come back from murdering someone… but why would you?” What’s great about the way Dornan plays Spector is how inscrutable he is: notionally, as Dornan suggests, The Fall is a “whydunnit”, and yet to a large extent Spector defies our understanding. “I think I’ll be asking myself questions about Spector for the rest of my life,” Dornan says But as it builds to a finale, can the show shrug off its critics? Since it started in 2013, it’s been at the centre of a heated debate about how TV glamourises violence against women. Dornan is diplomatic about such charges. “I understand where critics are coming from [but] the lead is a very impressive powerful woman; that shouldn’t be ignored. Yes most of the acts of violence are against women… but women remain more common victims in these cases. It’s a horrific fact.

Talking of, ahem, mixed critical reactions, Dornan has recently wrapped up filming on the final two parts of the adaptation of EL James’ Fifty Shades trilogy. The first one was predictably ridiculed, even as it scored big at the box office: it earned a clutch of Razzies, including Best Actor for Dornan. “I’m going for back-to-back Razzies next year!” he says, clenching his first in mock determination.

The shoot for the original was also dogged by reports of tensions between James and director Sam Taylor Wood, who has been replaced by James Foley; this time, “people were a lot more relaxed”, Dornan notes. Is it a relief to finish a big, endlessly-scrutinised franchise like this? “It’s nice to, um, put something to bed,” he says, with the wry smile of someone who battles innuendo on a daily basis. Inevitably, there has been speculation about whether Dornan will go full-frontal before the trilogy’s out, following the first film’s notable absentee. Recently male objectification has been a hot topic among ogled actors like Kit Harington and Henry Cavill, who have complained of double standards. Dornan seems less fazed by his lot, however. “Proxy of being an actor, you’re opening yourself up to objectification of some kind… it’s kind of a horrible feeling, but it goes with the territory.” As for what’s next, he’s vague: “I don’t over-think those things,” he says. Which makes me wonder; could he be in line for a certain 00 agent role, as has been mooted? “I don’t think that would ever come my way… but it would be amazing, even to be considered,” he says, garbling his words slightly. Sincere denial or embarrassed white lie? There he is, inscrutable again.



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