Andrew James Matfin Bell is an English actor and dancer. He became famous for his first role in Billy Elliot, for which he won a BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a lead role. He is also known for his leading roles as Tintin in The Adventures of Tintin and Ben Grimm / Thing in Fantastic Four. Other notable performances include the King Kong, Jumper, Snowpiercer, and Rocketman films. He won a BAFTA Award nomination for his performance in The Not Dead Stars in Liverpool. On television, Bell played Abraham Woodhull in the historical drama AMC Turn: Washington's Spies.
|Born||Andrew James Matfin Bell, March 14, 1986, Billingham, County Durham, England|
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Actor who has starred in such films as Billy Elliot, King Kong and Fantastic Four. He also provided the voice of Tintin in The Adventures of Tintin. He played the role of Abraham in the TV series TURN: Washington's Spies from 2014 until 2017.
He began dancing at age six while imitating his sisters.
His grandmother, mother, aunt, and sister were all professional dancers. He aspired to learn, though it was considered a woman's art form.
He was raised by his mother Eileen and he has an older sister named Kathryn. He married Kate Mara in 2017. They welcomed their first child together in May 2019. He previously dated Evan Rachel Wood from 2012 to 2014.
He beat out Russel Crowe for Best Actor in the 2001 British Academy Awards.
- County Durham actor
- Winner of the BAFTA Award for Best Actor
- British male ballet dancers
- British dancers
- Those who were educated at Northfield School
- English video game actor
- British male actor
- British atheists
- English male voice actor
Latest information about Jamie Bell updated on June 14 2021.