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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'"

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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


Friday, August 26th, 2016

Scans + Interview

New October issue of the UK magazine Total Film contains 4 pages of Jamie with a new interview. This interview is very interesting as it mentions all Jamie’s projects, including The Fall season 3.
You can check the HQ scans in the gallery or read the whole interview below if you prefer.

Someone’s just told me I’ve come runner-up to Tom Hiddleston in ‘rear of the year’,” he shares, genuinely perplexed (as are we – he should have been number one). “I don’t think, as an actor, you set out to achieve that. Truth be told, I pay no fucking notice.” But surely it meant something, in the heyday of modelling for Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss and Armani, to be labelled ‘The Golden Torso’ by The New York Times? “I never had a big plan to do modelling,” he shrugs. “I got coerced into it. I never fully committed, and my attitude was a bit shit. I was always trying to do the acting thing. But I didn’t get training. Some of my least favourite actors – boring, predictable – went to RADA and shit. Acting is instinctual.” He grins. “Though you’d never see me trying to do Shakespeare anywhere near Stratford because I’m not trained and I’d make a fucking idiot out of myself.

Relaxed, strikingly down-to-earth and, to put it mildly, garrulous, Dornan delivers such vivid comments damn near every time he opens his mouth. “I didn’t ask Kim Basinger about 9½ Weeks,” he admits when quizzed about teaming up with the ’80s steam queen on supersequel Fifty Shades Darker.
I didn’t have big enough balls, in the way that maybe someone won’t be able to look me in the eye one day and talk about Fifty Shades.
Total Film is looking Dornan in the eye, sort of. Today’s chat is happening via Skype. He’s sitting in the living room of his rustic house in south-east England, dressed down in a navy blue t-shirt and trying to maintain equilibrium when his two-year-old daughter wanders into the room naked and starts hammering on the piano.

At TF’s end, events take an alarming turn when the dog humps the beanbag. There is no time for distractions, however: Dornan has a raft of fascinating projects to tell us about.
First up, released within a week of each other at the start of September, are Anthropoid and The 9th Life Of Louis Drax. The former is the true-life tale of the daring WW2 mission to assassinate SS General Reinhard Heydrich, third-in-command of the Third Reich and prime architect of the Final Solution. Sean Ellis’ follow-up to his award-winning 2013 crime-drama Metro Manila, it sees Dornan and Cillian Murphy play, respectively, the Slovakian and Czech soldiers charged with completing the kamikaze mission. The 9th Life Of Louis Drax, meanwhile, is a mystery-thriller based on the bestseller by Liz Jensen and directed by Alexandre Aja (Switchblade Romance, Horns). It gifts Dornan the lead role of a comatose boy’s doctor who’s determined to find out the true circumstances of the child’s ‘accident’ – a quest that takes bizarre turns when reality bleeds into fantasy in a manner not dissimilar to Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth.
I’d just seen Metro Manila before I got sent the script, so it felt like this serendipitous thing,” Dornan says of Anthropoid. “I was banging on to my wife about how much I’d love to work with Sean Ellis. To be honest, it could have been a short film about a man waiting for a number 52 bus. But I do like the idea of playing people that actually existed. Fifty Shades is fantasy, fictional, out there…” He laughs, rubs at his jaw. “I feel like I want to do real stuff. The guy I played in Marie Antoinette was real but he died years and years ago.” Another laugh. “I loved this story. I thought it could touch people. Human characters with human flaws. I was very excited to play someone vulnerable. I’m used to playing people who are controlling.

And Drax? “I’d never read anything like it. Clever and unique. I did think we would have a task on our hands in terms of how to marry the supernatural aspect of it with the straight story. For me, it’s again a total departure from anything I’ve done. And that’s what I want to do – keep playing characters that are different.

There are exceptions, of course. One of these is Christian Grey, who Dornan last week finished
portraying in sequels Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed, shot back-to- back. The other is the role that accelerated his acting career: serial killer Paul Spector in BBC2’s riveting cat-and-mouse crime series The Fall.
I knew it was great, based on the scripts,” he says. “I had never been up for anything like that. And I’d never had someone see that in me, that I could play menace or darkness. If you come from modelling, you only get offered certain jobs… boyfriend… you know, the usual shit.” He pauses. “I actually auditioned for another part. For a policeman. Whatever I did, I convinced them I was a psychopath.
For two series now, Spector – counsellor, family man, slayer of young women – has tormented the coolly charismatic DSI Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson). The finale of Season 2 suggested that their dance of death was over (no spoilers here). Then came the announcement that both would return in Season 3…
There’s a twisty element to it that you will not see coming,” Dornan promises, his words finally slowing as he chooses them carefully. “It’s certainly… a very interesting place to take it. I mean, I couldn’t believe it when Allan Cubitt, who created it, told me what happens with my character. That’s all I can really say.
Fine – he’s clearly uncomfortable saying even one word more. But let’s just make him really squirm before moving on to the Fifty Shades movies: how does it feel to have so many viewers find the character that he describes as a “sick, sick man” so very, very hot? The biggest laugh yet. “It says more about them, doesn’t it? Fuck, I don’t know what to say about that really. Look, if he has that effect on people, I would hope that comes more from us trying to give him some kind of charm and making him someone who is relatable, fancy-able, who could live next door to you, who could be your bereavement counsellor, which is all in the story. I hope, I hope.” He takes a breath, shudders, and then adds, rather worryingly, “He’s the one character I find hard to shake off.

Still, Dornan insists you have to be fearless about full- heartedly embracing such challenging or risqué material as The Fall and Fifty Shades. The first Fifty Shades introduced billionaire Christian Grey as he demonstrated his kinks to virginal student Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson), making her blush at both ends. It failed to satisfy reviewers but went all the way at the box office, taking
$571m. Fifty Shades Darker is set to penetrate deeper. “It opens doors in terms of getting a better understanding of why he is the way he is, and why he feels the need to control. But we also get to see more of what the books would say is a ‘vanilla relationship’. We get to see more of him and Anna having a regular existence, a relationship. But then things happen along the way to test that…
One of the things that happens is that Christian’s business partner, Elena Lincoln (Basinger), enters the picture – as readers of E.L. James’ trilogy of bestselling books will know, she is the older woman who first introduced Master Grey to the pleasures (and pains) of BDSM. But there are key changes behind the camera, too: James Foley (Glengarry Glen Ross, Fear) took over the directorial reins from Sam Taylor-Johnson, who didn’t have the smoothest of relationships with E.L. James; and the screenplay was this time penned by James’ husband, Niall Leonard (TV shows Wild At Heart and Wire In The Blood). Is it fair to say that the author, like her male protagonist, is something of a control freak? “These are Erika’s babies,” Dornan says. “She’s very right to have a strong opinion on all things Fifty Shades. But Erika and James Foley have a good relationship. They get on very well. He brings a different energy. He’s going to put his own stamp on it.” With all this work (there’s also Netflix premiere Jadotville, about 155 Irish troops who were besieged by thousands of French, Belgian and Rhodesian mercenaries in the Congo in 1961), you have to wonder if he ever gets a second to himself.
The answer is no, but mainly because he has two young children with his English actress/ musician wife, Amelia Warner. “I have the quietest family life,” he says. “My wife and I were watching a movie last night. We got the kids to bed and I had a glass of red wine in my hand. I was like, ‘Fuck, I don’t even think I can finish this. What’s the time?’ It was 8.30. I was like,‘Is it too early to go to bed?’ She was like, ‘We can’t go to bed before nine.’ We just about scraped it. I was holding my eyelids open.
Jamie Dornan: sex symbol, leading man, tucked up asleep by 9pm. Like we said – not at all what you’d expect.

Friday, August 12th, 2016


The movie Anthropoid is out in theaters today in US and Canada! That’s why several websites published their interviews of Jamie and Cillian today. So here’s a new recap post with all the latest released interviews.


WhoSay: Were you at all familiar with this story beforehand?

Jamie Dornan: I wasn’t familiar with this part of the WWII, and was amazed by how it changed the course of WWII. Obviously it’s huge for Czech people, this incident in history, this assassination. It was the highest ranking Nazi ever taken out. It was a revelation to read about it.

WhoSay: What are some of your personal favorite war movies?

Murphy: I like Full Metal Jacket, I like The Thin Red Line.

Dornan: Ah, he stole mine. I was going to say The Thin Red Line, and I was going to say Full Metal Jacket. There’s a film called Coming Home which I think is a brilliant take on the effects of war. Tropic Thunder, obviously. That’s a classic tale of war. There’s plenty of them, and I think they’ll keep making war films for as long as they’re making films, to be honest. They’re always relevant.

WhoSay: Jamie, I find it funny you’re known for playing the ultimate romance lead Christian Grey, but your character in this intense war film is much more quixotic, romantic, and less cynical. Do you relate to one more than the other?

Dornan: I’d say I definitely relate to [my character] Jan Kubiš more than I would Christian Grey. One of the many things that I find very alluring about this project, and playing this character, was that I haven’t played many characters who are vulnerable. I’ve often played people who are very much in control and know what they want, and are often quite aggressive with it. I liked that Jan had this vulnerability, had panic attacks, and felt that he was in over his head for a lot of the mission. I feel that I would probably react like that myself. I don’t think I would be like Cillian’s character Josef, who is stronger. He’s the one who’s got his head in the game more, and the one who’s basically the alpha. I’m not one of those people, so I think I can relate to Jan a lot on that level.

WhoSay: What projects would you want to work on next? Would you want to go into, let’s say, comedy?

Murphy: Comedy, definitely, because I think Jamie’s career is a comedy in itself. No, I have no idea. No one sends me comedy scripts. It’s just about good directors, good stories, whatever comes your way.

Dornan: I’m sort of open to anything. If you read something and there’s a character you want to play, a world you want to be in, and it happens to be funny, then that’s cool. I don’t think you want to become one of those actors that only does certain types of films. I think it’s really good to be diverse as an actor, and keep the options open. I like the idea of comedy, but Cillian can’t do it, because he’s not funny in the slightest.

WhoSay: I don’t know. I think you should do a buddy comedy together.

Dornan: We should. We should pitch that to the studios this week.

WhoSay: It would be a blockbuster.

Dornan: I agree with you.


“What did we take away from the movie? Just friendship, I would say. It’s genuine. You don’t always get that,” says Dornan.

Of course, it’s not exactly reciprocated, he jokes. “I’ve tried Cillian a million times this week and he doesn’t answer. He doesn’t get back to me. I heard that’s the kind of guy he is. And it’s true,” says Dornan.

But in reality, “We’re all genuinely proud of the movie. I’m very proud of Cillian and Sean and a tiny bit proud of myself.”

“We do this thing with my kids sometimes: ‘So if you’re stuck on a desert island, who would you have with you?’ My little boy was like, ‘Who’s the guy you did ‘Anthropoid’ with, Jamie? I’d take him. He’s funny. And the guy from ‘Fast & Furious.’ Vin Diesel. He can help. You’re just there for the comedy,” says Murphy to Dornan, who looks faux-outraged.

“I can fight off pirates and (expletive!)” he exclaims.

Click on Read More to read Jamie’s interviews for The Hollywood Reporter, Inverse, Irish Central, National Post, IndieWire and The Irish Echo, and check a new scan from People magazine.

Thursday, January 07th, 2016

Anthropoid + Various

Several Jamie’s pictures (new and old) have been added to the gallery recetly, so here’s a recap post if you don’t want to miss any:

– A new Anthropoid picture (Jan Kubis’ ID card)
– A picture of Jamie wearing Darth Vader‘s mask at the Anthropoid script read through last summer.
– Two new portraits of Jamie by photographer Jonathan Birch for BAFTA
– One scan of Jamie in UK magazine Heat from this week

– A new picture of Dakota and Jamie on the set of Fifty Shades of Grey in 2013
– One outtake from Jamie and Eddie Redmayne’s photoshoot for UK Style in 2009
– One outtake from Jamie’s photoshoot by Mert & Marcus for Visionaire in 2007
– A new picture from Jamie’s photoshoot for Attitude magazine in 2006

Moreover, I uploaded a new song sung by Jamie in the 2000s. It is called When I Go, by the composer Ali Thomson. You can listen to it below:

Sunday, November 22nd, 2015

Latest pictures

Here’s a recap of the latest pictures added in the gallery recently:

– A new portrait of Jamie by Ricardo DeAratanha for his photoshoot for LA Times

– A scan of Jamie in People magazine, for the Sexiest Man Alive 2015 issue

– A new picture of Jamie, Cillian Murphy and Sean Ellis, the director of Anthropoid, on the set of the movie this summer

– A new fan picture with Jamie from November 15 in Stockholm

Saturday, August 15th, 2015


– Several lucky fans met Jamie in Prague last week. You can check their pictures in the gallery

– We’ve also added 3 scans of Jamie and the cast of Anthropoid in the Czech magazine Exklusiv! We can see new filming pictures.

– Then, you can find another beautiful picture from the flming with Jamie and Cillian Murphy in a car.

– Finally, you can check two new pictures of Jamie on the set of Anthropoid today, August 15, in the gallery.