British Actor, Jeremy Irvine Invades Hollywood’s ‘It List’

Not many young actors can boast their first starring role was in a Steven Spielberg film.  The 22-year-old British actor, Jeremy Irvine won the acting lottery by landing the lead in Steven Spielberg’s War House, an adaption of the Tony award winning play of the same name.  For his first major movie role, Jeremy Irvine played Albert Narracott, a boy who enlist in the army during World War I after his beloved horse, Joey is conscripted by the British army.  He followed War Horse by starring opposite Dakota Fanning in Now is Good.  In the film, Fanning plays a young girl who is dying of leukemia and wants to lose her virginity before she dies.  Jeremy Irvine will next be seen playing the young hero, Pip in Mike Newell’s adaption of the Dickens classic, Great Expectations where he will star alongside Helen Bonham Carter and Ralph Fiennes.

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