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It’s half-mesmerising, half-terrifying, and all the more impressive because he is delivering it while wearing white satin pyjamas.
The message is clear: “I belong in that group.” Plenty would agree, including Bafta, which named O’Connell its Rising Star in 2015; Michael Caine, with whom he appeared in Harry Brown and who took to shouting “star of the future” at him on set; and Angelina Jolie, who picked him to play Louis Zamperini, the American athlete turned Second World War Po W, in her film Unbroken.
He eventually moved from Derby to Hounslow in west London, working as a farmhand in Cobham, Surrey, in between acting parts.
The New York Times writer John Freeman noted retrospectively, "If a British film called for a tough case, a grappler, someone with a bit of grit, chances were O'Connell got the part.
The first question I would have to ask about O'Connell centers around whether he is actually a ginger or not. Not that we run in the same social circles or I invited him to my birthday party or anything, but I am still interested in the information. She refers to him as her first love, and explained to the Telegraph, "It was everything to me at the time.
Everything’s a 'first', isn’t it, and it felt so wonderful, obsessive even. He’s a great person and we are still extremely close.
In 2016, he co-starred with George Clooney and Julia Roberts in Money Monster, a film directed by Jodie Foster.
In 2017 he starred alongside Michelle Dockery and Jeff Daniels as outlaw Roy Goode on the Netflix western limited series Godless.
He portrayed Louis Zamperini, an Italian-American Olympic distance runner who, as a bombardier in the Second World War, survived a plane crash over the Pacific and was held for two years in Japanese prisoner-of-war camps.
Jack O'Connell (born 1 August 1990) is an English actor.
Born and raised in Derby, he trained in acting at the Central Junior Television Workshop in nearby Nottingham, which led to roles in film, television, and theatre.
To prepare for the role, he underwent a strict diet to lose almost 30 pounds and worked with a dialect coach to mask his thick Derbyshire accent.
The resulting performance was positively received; Richard Corliss of Time concluded, "Jolie has made a grand, solid movie of the Zamperini story, but O'Connell is the part of Unbroken that was truly worth the wait." The film, titled Home, has a family take a reverse migration into the middle of a war zone.