“The fundamentals of your life don’t change. Nobody is changing my wife. Nobody is changing my kids."
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“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.”
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“I had a big crush on my wife before I met her. I really fancied her. I’d done a lot of googling of her. We met at a party in LA where I knew she would be."
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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 GQ or Boss and Calvin Klein underwear. 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.
Jamie has now many upcoming projects: The 9th Life of Louis Drax, Jadotville and Anthropoid.

You will find all his news on the fansite and a gallery as complete as possible.

Wednesday, August 24th, 2016


The magazine Shortlist published a new interview of Jamie on its website. A very interesting and original interview as Jamie gives a a list of things he likes to do when he is bored in transports or waiting for them.

A TV Show to watch: The Sopranos

I think there’s a generation of people who missed out on The Sopranos the first time around. I came to The Sopranos late and watched all six series in a four-month period about three years ago. It’s the best television that will probably ever be made. The performances are flawless, particularly Gandolfini and Edie Falco. It’s so hard to believe that he’s not a crime boss. Every nuance of both of their performances could be analysed and studied and taught. It’s just total embodiment of a character, which is all you can ask for. It’s just phenomenal in its scale, its scope and its delivery.

An album to listen to: Astral Weeks by Van Morrison

I simply cannot tire of it. Even yesterday, Madame George came on in the background and I was still moved by it. He’s a very important export of our country. I’d say I have an eclectic taste, but my comfort zone is anything from mid-Sixties to mid-Seventies folk and rock.

A movie to watch: Badlands

Without Badlands there would be no True Romance. I’m a massive Malick fan, particularly when he sticks to a more linear narrative. I like Badlands because it’s more straightforward; a bit more classic in terms of movie-making. And for me, for my money, Martin Sheen gives my favourite on-screen performance of all time.

A podcast to listen to: This American Life

I got introduced years ago and I’m always amazed by it still. There’s something about the storytellers they get and the people involved in it.

A book to read: The Fountainhead de Ayn Rand

It is essentially a novel, but people draw a lot of parallels in terms of what it actually represents. It made me feel way more intelligent than I actually am. It just took me, from the moment I started reading it. An incredible piece of writing.

An app to download: Pause

This collects all the great articles from Uncut, Mojo… and has them all in an app, instead of having to buy the magazines. I have a feeling it might be free. It feels like every time I buy an app I have absolutely no idea how much I’m spending.

Wednesday, August 24th, 2016

New Teaser

A brand new teaser for The Fall season 3 was released by BBC Two yesterday! You can watch it below.
No new footage of Jamie as Spector but we can hear him speak in the background. These are quotes from his scene in jail with Stella in the last episode of season 2.

This new, and maybe last, season of The Fall should have 6 episodes and will air later this year in UK.

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

Latest news

Here’s a recap post of the latest news on the movie Anthropoid


Good news for several countries because Buena Vista International (BVI) has acquired rights to Anthropoid. The movie will be released in: Latin America, Australia and New Zealand, Benelux and Eastern Europe including the Baltics and Ukraine.
The distributor will also release in the Middle East, Scandinavia including Iceland, South Africa and Turkey.

Edit: The movie will also be released in Spain, Germany, Greece, Israel, Korea and Portugal.

The Late Late Show

The day after the screening in England, Jamie and Cillian will go to Ireland on August 31st for the promotion of the movie. They will attend the Irish talk show The Late Late Show and record it that day. It will air the next Friday on RTE ONE.


That same day, August 31, the Audi Dublin International Film Festival will hold a Premiere of the movie Dublin. Jamie, Cillian and Sean Ellis will all be there.


Finally, here’s a new interview of Jamie and Cillian for Czech Tourism during New York press junkets.

Edit: Another new interview added; for Terra TV

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

New Interviews and Clips

The movie The 9th Life of Louis Drax will be released next week in the US and UK so the promotion has begun! Several interviews have been released today and you can watch below, as well as two new clips from the movie.

The first interview comes from the website Collider who interviewed Jamie and Sarah Gadon in Vancouver during the filming in 2014. A long, funny and interesting interview of 16 minutes.

They talk about who they play and how they got involved in the project.
How Jamie only got involved in the project due to the script font.
How much changed after getting cast.
How Jamie Dornan’s father is a real doctor and if that helped him with the role.
Jamie explains how his dad will always give him notes about the script and character but didn’t on this role.
How do they like to work on set and what has it been like working with Alexandre Aja?
They talk about the scene they were just shooting.
How quickly did they know they want to be involved in the project?
Did they watch anything to get ready for the film?
Have they learned anything over the last year or two that they wish they could apply years ago?

Moreover, here’s a new interview of Jamie during the Soundbites of the movie filmed in 2014 as well; and another interview from this month, when Jamie was in New York for the press junkets.
You can watch the two new sneak peeks, a well as a B-ROLL video (on the set), by clicking on the links below.


Monday, August 22nd, 2016

October 6-9, 2016

Since 2014, Jamie participates every year to the golf championship Alfred Dunhill Links in Scotland. Today, it has been confirmed that Jamie will be back this year! He will play at the 2016 Championship taking place from October 6-9.

Here’s the press release from Alfred Dunhill Links:

Jamie Dornan returns to the scene of his greatest sporting moment

The spectators at the 18th green on the Old Course, St Andrews, in the shadow of the distinguished R&A clubhouse, raised their arms in acclamation and roared their delight.

They were saluting one of the shots of the 2015 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Not from Ernie Els, Padraig Harrington or Martin Kaymer, as it happened, but from popular film actor Jamie Dornan.

This is one of the joys of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Sporting achievement transcends the professionals and can come from unlikely sources. As Jamie himself says: “You can be hacking around and still be captured by the Sky cameras.

His feat was to eagle the par-4 18th hole, perhaps the most famous finishing hole in golf. His drive was short of the green and in the Valley of Sin, but his 30-foot putt, up and over the hill, found the hole for the eagle two.

Jamie said at the time: “That’s up there as one of the most amazing feelings of my life. Whatever your standard, you have your moments in golf when you play a great shot, but it’s usually on some dirt track of a course. To do that here at St Andrews, on the 18th, well, that’s the closest I am going to get to winning the Open.

From Holywood, the same town in Northern Ireland as Rory McIlroy, he added: “It’s a shame Rory wasn’t here to see that, but I’ll be texting him to let him know.

Reflecting on the shot ten months later, as he looks forward to returning to this year’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship from October 6-9, he says: “It was my greatest ever sporting achievement. The drive was the better part. The putt was a bit of a fluke.

Jamie, star of last year’s blockbuster film Fifty Shades of Grey, and widely praised for his portrayal of serial killer Paul Spector in the BBC TV drama The Fall, says he loved every second of his debut as an amateur last year, partnering England’s Danny Willett in the Team Championship, who six months later won The Masters at Augusta.

Did Jamie give him some useful tips for Augusta? “Put it this way, Danny’s game came on immensely after getting to watch me closely over three days. That’s all I’ll say on that.” Jamie says he only plays around six rounds of golf each year, and although he is a competitive person, playing in the Alfred Dunhill Links is all about having fun.

What lessons did he learn from last year? “A golfer of my level simply can’t score well around Carnoustie.

Of his acting career, he says the film he is most proud of is Anthropoid, and he most enjoyed making the series The Fall. “I appreciate and enjoy every job, but the crew on The Fall are like family to me now.

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