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'''Jeremy William Fredric Smith''', better known as '''Jeremy Irvine''' (born 18 June 1990) is an English actor.

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'''Jeremy Jeremy William Fredric Smith''', Smith, better known as '''Jeremy Irvine''' "Jeremy Irvine" (born 18 June 1990) is an English actor.




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* ''Series/{{Treadstone}}'' (2019) as J. Randolph Bentley



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* CulturedBadass: Has a keen interest in military history and collects UsefulNotes/WW1 and UsefulNotes/WW2 weaponry.
* IllBoy: Has had Type 1 Diabetes since the age of six.

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!Tropes
* CulturedBadass: Has a keen interest in military history and collects UsefulNotes/WW1 and UsefulNotes/WW2 weaponry.
* IllBoy: Has had Type 1 Diabetes since the age of six.
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* TwoFirstNames: Subverted. His real name is Jeremy Smith, and Irvine is actually his grandfather's first name.


Jeremy Irvine (born Jeremy William Fredric Smith, 18 June 1990) is an English stage and screen actor. In late 2011, he starred as the leading character in the epic war film ''Literature/WarHorse'' directed by Creator/StevenSpielberg and [[TheFilmOfTheBook based on an adaptation]] of Michael Morpurgo's children's novel. ''War Horse'' was nominated for six UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s, two Golden Globe Awards and five [=BAFTAs=]. The movie became a box office success and turned Irvine into an overnight film star. Irvine is widely regarded as one of the most talented young actors of his generation after his StarMakingRole in ''War Horse'' and earning widespread critical acclaim for his role in the independent film ''Now Is Good''. This has led to critics [[HollywoodHypemachine listing him among Hollywood's]] fastest-rising stars. He received critical praise by earning a reputation as a [[MethodActing method actor]] after [[DyeingForYourArt he went for two months without food and by performing his own torture scene stunts]] in the film adaptation of ''The Railway Man''.

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Jeremy Irvine (born Jeremy '''Jeremy William Fredric Smith, Smith''', better known as '''Jeremy Irvine''' (born 18 June 1990) is an English stage and screen actor. actor.

In late 2011, he starred as the leading character in the epic war film ''Literature/WarHorse'' directed by Creator/StevenSpielberg and [[TheFilmOfTheBook based on an adaptation]] of Michael Morpurgo's children's novel. ''War Horse'' was nominated for six UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s, two Golden Globe Awards and five [=BAFTAs=]. The movie became a box office success and turned Irvine into an overnight film star. Irvine is widely regarded as one of the most talented young actors of his generation after his StarMakingRole in ''War Horse'' and earning widespread critical acclaim for his role in the independent film ''Now Is Good''. This has led to critics [[HollywoodHypemachine listing him among Hollywood's]] fastest-rising stars. He received critical praise by earning a reputation as a [[MethodActing method actor]] after [[DyeingForYourArt he went for two months without food and by performing his own torture scene stunts]] in the film adaptation of ''The Railway Man''.


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!! Selected filmography:
* ''Literature/WarHorse'' (2011) as Albert Narracott
* ''Literature/GreatExpectations'' (2012) as Philip "Pip" Pirrip
* ''Film/WomanInBlackAngelOfDeath'' (2015) as Harry Burnstow
* ''Film/TheBadEducationMovie'' (2015) as Atticus Hoye
* ''Film/MammaMiaHereWeGoAgain'' (2018) as young Sam Carmichael

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Jeremy Irvine (born Jeremy William Fredric Smith, 18 June 1990)) is an English stage and screen actor. In late 2011, he starred as the leading character in the epic war film ''Literature/WarHorse'' directed by Creator/StevenSpielberg and [[TheFilmOfTheBook based on an adaptation]] of Michael Morpurgo's children's novel. ''War Horse'' was nominated for six UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s, two Golden Globe Awards and five [=BAFTAs=]. The movie became a box office success and turned Irvine into an overnight film star. Irvine is widely regarded as one of the most talented young actors of his generation after his StarMakingRole in ''War Horse'' and earning widespread critical acclaim for his role in the independent film ''Now Is Good''. This has led to critics [[HollywoodHypemachine listing him among Hollywood's]] fastest-rising stars. He received critical praise by earning a reputation as a [[MethodActing method actor]] after [[DyeingForYourArt he went for two months without food and by performing his own torture scene stunts]] in the film adaptation of ''The Railway Man''.

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Jeremy Irvine (born Jeremy William Fredric Smith, 18 June 1990)) 1990) is an English stage and screen actor. In late 2011, he starred as the leading character in the epic war film ''Literature/WarHorse'' directed by Creator/StevenSpielberg and [[TheFilmOfTheBook based on an adaptation]] of Michael Morpurgo's children's novel. ''War Horse'' was nominated for six UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s, two Golden Globe Awards and five [=BAFTAs=]. The movie became a box office success and turned Irvine into an overnight film star. Irvine is widely regarded as one of the most talented young actors of his generation after his StarMakingRole in ''War Horse'' and earning widespread critical acclaim for his role in the independent film ''Now Is Good''. This has led to critics [[HollywoodHypemachine listing him among Hollywood's]] fastest-rising stars. He received critical praise by earning a reputation as a [[MethodActing method actor]] after [[DyeingForYourArt he went for two months without food and by performing his own torture scene stunts]] in the film adaptation of ''The Railway Man''.


Jeremy Irvine (born Jeremy Smith in 1990) is an English stage and screen actor. In late 2011, he starred as the leading character in the epic war film ''Literature/WarHorse'' directed by Creator/StevenSpielberg and [[TheFilmOfTheBook based on an adaptation]] of Michael Morpurgo's children's novel. ''War Horse'' was nominated for six UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s, two Golden Globe Awards and five [=BAFTAs=]. The movie became a box office success and turned Irvine into an overnight film star. Irvine is widely regarded as one of the most talented young actors of his generation after his StarMakingRole in ''War Horse'' and earning widespread critical acclaim for his role in the independent film ''Now Is Good''. This has led to critics [[HollywoodHypemachine listing him among Hollywood's]] fastest-rising stars. He received critical praise by earning a reputation as a [[MethodActing method actor]] after [[DyeingForYourArt he went for two months without food and by performing his own torture scene stunts]] in the film adaptation of ''The Railway Man''.

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Jeremy Irvine (born Jeremy Smith in 1990) William Fredric Smith, 18 June 1990)) is an English stage and screen actor. In late 2011, he starred as the leading character in the epic war film ''Literature/WarHorse'' directed by Creator/StevenSpielberg and [[TheFilmOfTheBook based on an adaptation]] of Michael Morpurgo's children's novel. ''War Horse'' was nominated for six UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s, two Golden Globe Awards and five [=BAFTAs=]. The movie became a box office success and turned Irvine into an overnight film star. Irvine is widely regarded as one of the most talented young actors of his generation after his StarMakingRole in ''War Horse'' and earning widespread critical acclaim for his role in the independent film ''Now Is Good''. This has led to critics [[HollywoodHypemachine listing him among Hollywood's]] fastest-rising stars. He received critical praise by earning a reputation as a [[MethodActing method actor]] after [[DyeingForYourArt he went for two months without food and by performing his own torture scene stunts]] in the film adaptation of ''The Railway Man''.


* StarmakingRole: As Albert Naracott in ''Film/WarHorse''.

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* StarmakingRole: As Albert Naracott in ''Film/WarHorse''.''Literature/WarHorse''.


Jeremy Irvine (born Jeremy Smith in 1990) is an English stage and screen actor. In late 2011, he starred as the leading character in the epic war film ''Literature/WarHorse'' directed by Creator/StevenSpielberg and [[TheFilmOfTheBook based on an adaptation]] of Michael Morpurgo's children's novel. ''War Horse'' was nominated for six AcademyAwards, two Golden Globe Awards and five [=BAFTAs=]. The movie became a box office success and turned Irvine into an overnight film star. Irvine is widely regarded as one of the most talented young actors of his generation after his StarMakingRole in ''War Horse'' and earning widespread critical acclaim for his role in the independent film ''Now Is Good''. This has led to critics [[HollywoodHypemachine listing him among Hollywood's]] fastest-rising stars. He received critical praise by earning a reputation as a [[MethodActing method actor]] after [[DyeingForYourArt he went for two months without food and by performing his own torture scene stunts]] in the film adaptation of ''The Railway Man''.

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Jeremy Irvine (born Jeremy Smith in 1990) is an English stage and screen actor. In late 2011, he starred as the leading character in the epic war film ''Literature/WarHorse'' directed by Creator/StevenSpielberg and [[TheFilmOfTheBook based on an adaptation]] of Michael Morpurgo's children's novel. ''War Horse'' was nominated for six AcademyAwards, UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s, two Golden Globe Awards and five [=BAFTAs=]. The movie became a box office success and turned Irvine into an overnight film star. Irvine is widely regarded as one of the most talented young actors of his generation after his StarMakingRole in ''War Horse'' and earning widespread critical acclaim for his role in the independent film ''Now Is Good''. This has led to critics [[HollywoodHypemachine listing him among Hollywood's]] fastest-rising stars. He received critical praise by earning a reputation as a [[MethodActing method actor]] after [[DyeingForYourArt he went for two months without food and by performing his own torture scene stunts]] in the film adaptation of ''The Railway Man''.


** Was considered for the lead role of Tobias 'Four' Eaton in ''Literature/{{Divergent}}'', based on the novel by Veronica Roth.

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** Was considered for the lead role of Tobias 'Four' Eaton in ''Literature/{{Divergent}}'', ''Film/{{Divergent}}'', based on the novel by Veronica Roth.


* CulturedBadass: Has a keen interest in military history and collects WW1 and WW2 weaponry.

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* CulturedBadass: Has a keen interest in military history and collects WW1 UsefulNotes/WW1 and WW2 UsefulNotes/WW2 weaponry.

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Jeremy Irvine (born Jeremy Smith in 1990) is an English stage and screen actor. In late 2011, he starred as the leading character in the epic war film ''Literature/WarHorse'' directed by Creator/StevenSpielberg and [[TheFilmOfTheBook based on an adaptation]] of Michael Morpurgo's children's novel. ''War Horse'' was nominated for six AcademyAwards, two Golden Globe Awards and five [=BAFTAs=]. The movie became a box office success and turned Irvine into an overnight film star. Irvine is widely regarded as one of the most talented young actors of his generation after his StarMakingRole in ''War Horse'' and earning widespread critical acclaim for his role in the independent film ''Now Is Good''. This has led to critics [[HollywoodHypemachine listing him among Hollywood's]] fastest-rising stars. He received critical praise by earning a reputation as a [[MethodActing method actor]] after [[DyeingForYourArt he went for two months without food and by performing his own torture scene stunts]] in the film adaptation of ''The Railway Man''.

Later work included starring as Pip in the 2012 adaptation of Creator/CharlesDickens's ''Literature/GreatExpectations'', directed by Creator/MikeNewell alongside Creator/RalphFiennes and Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter.

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!Tropes
* CulturedBadass: Has a keen interest in military history and collects WW1 and WW2 weaponry.
* IllBoy: Has had Type 1 Diabetes since the age of six.
* MrFanservice: His character tends to be the "boy next door" and "{{Bishounen}}" variety.
* StarmakingRole: As Albert Naracott in ''Film/WarHorse''.
* TwoFirstNames: Subverted. His real name is Jeremy Smith, and Irvine is actually his grandfather's first name.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Was offered the lead role of Peeta Mellark in ''Film/TheHungerGames'', prior to the casting of Debra Zane based on the same titled, best-selling novel by Suzanne Collins. He turned down the role.
** Was considered for the lead role of Tobias 'Four' Eaton in ''Literature/{{Divergent}}'', based on the novel by Veronica Roth.

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