Jamie Bell Biography
(One of the Youngest Winners of the 'BAFTA Best Actor Award')
Birthday: March 14, 1986 (Pisces)
Born In: Billingham
Jamie Bell is an English actor and dancer who gained prominence through his debut in the 2000 film ‘Billy Elliot’, which earned him a BAFTA nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role. He is admired widely in film circles for his excellent portrayal of supporting roles. His performances in the films ‘King Kong’ (2005), ‘Jumper’ (2008), ‘Snowpiercer’ (2013) and ‘Fantastic Four’ (2015) were highly appreciated. He was chosen to play the lead role of Tintin in the movie ‘The Adventures of Tintin’ (2011). Bell has also received critical acclaim for his portrayal of Abraham Woodhull in the AMC produced, period television drama series titled ‘Turn: Washington’s Spies’. Accompanying his elder sister to her ballet recitals made Jamie Bell develop an enthusiasm for dance. Bell considers dance as his first love and not acting.