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      Johnny Flynn

      Johnny Flynn

      Highest Rated: 92% Beast (2017)

      Lowest Rated: 8% Lotus Eaters (2011)

      Birthday: Mar 14, 1983

      Birthplace: Johannesburg, South Africa

      As a successful poet, musician and actor Johnny Flynn offered an impressive, if slightly unconventional, triple threat. The son of actor Eric Flynn, Johnny was born in South Africa but moved to the U.K. as a child. After earning a music scholarship, he joined the Winchester College Chapel choir and played trumpet and violin at school. After buying The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, Flynn taught himself to play guitar. Inspired by New York's vibrant antifolk movement Flynn started a similar club, Apocalypso, on his return to London alongside fellow musicians Emmy the Great and Tom Hatred. Away from music, he continued to pursue acting making his TV debut in in "Murder in Suburbia" (ITV, 2004-05) followed by "Holby City" (BBC, 1999-) and the lead in feature film "Crusade in Jeans" (2006). He found work with all-male theatre company Propeller, starring in their 2007 productions of "The Taming of the Shew" and "Twelfth Night," and went on to name his first album A Larum (2008) after a Shakespearean term. He continued to combine music and acting, touring with Mumford & Sons and alternating between albums and film work. Combining both his passions by composing the score to indie comedy "A Bag of Hammers" (2011), he went on to star opposite Anne Hathaway in "Song One" (2014), naturally enough playing a musician, and appeared opposite Kristen Stewart in Olivier Assayas' "Clouds of Sil Maria" (2015). Back on U.K. TV he took the lead in quirky sitcom "Lovesick" (Channel 4, 2014-) alongside devising the theme tune and making a cameo appearance in "Detectorists" (BBC, 2014-15). Flynn also appeared on the sitcom "Brotherhood" (Comedy Central 2015), co-starred as the young Albert Einstein in the miniseries "Genius" (National Geographic 2017-18), and appeared in a miniseries adaptation of the novel "Vanity Fair" (ITV 2018). During this period, he also released the 2017 album Sillion. In early 2019, Flynn was announced as the star of David Bowie biopic "Starman" (2020).

      Highest rated movies

      Beast poster Beast Clouds of Sils Maria poster
      Clouds of Sils Maria
      The Dig poster The Dig EMMA. poster EMMA. The Outfit poster The Outfit Operation Mincemeat poster Operation Mincemeat Cordelia poster Cordelia The Score poster The Score




      38% 68% Scrooge: A Christmas Carol Bob Cratchit (Voice) - 2022
      85% 92% The Outfit Francis (Character) $3.3M 2022
      56% 60% The Score Unknown (Character),
      Original Music
      - 2021
      83% 66% Operation Mincemeat Ian Fleming (Character) - 2021
      88% 78% The Dig Rory Lomax (Character) - 2021
      19% 21% Stardust David Bowie (Character) $8.5K 2020
      86% 72% EMMA. George Knightley (Character) $9.9M 2020
      73% No Score Yet Cordelia Frank (Character) - 2019
      92% 74% Beast Pascal (Character) $793.4K 2017
      43% 60% Love Is Thicker Than Water Arthur (Character) - 2016
      91% 65% Clouds of Sils Maria Christopher Giles (Character) $1.4M 2014
      32% 29% Song One James Forester (Character) $20.2K 2014
      8% 61% Lotus Eaters Charlie (Character) - 2011
      62% 66% A Bag of Hammers Original Music - 2011
      No Score Yet 44% Crusade: A March Through Time Unknown (Character) - 2006


      88% 79% Les Misérables Felix Tholomyes (Character) 2018
      89% 88% Vanity Fair William Dobbin (Character) 2018
      70% 66% Genius Alain Cuny (Character) 2017-2018
      98% 91% Lovesick Dylan (Character) 2014 2016 2018
      82% 94% Kingdom Unknown (Guest Star) 2008