With the biopic Tolkien, the Pulitzer-winning play Sweat, and the return of the uncategorizable Netflix cult hit The OA, the Irish actor is taking over screen and stage, relishing every challenge that comes his way.
With roles on Skins and Game of Thrones, two decade-defining series, the English actor is used to being in the spotlight, as much as he tries to avoid it.
In roles as diverse as Prince Albert and Leo, a Russian spy charged with stealing atomic secrets, in the new film Red Joan, the English actor mines the essential truths of the human condition whether he finds himself in the Victorian era or World War II.
With his back-to-back breakout performances in two very different shows on Sunday nights on AMC, the English actor makes his mark as a vampire scientist in the historical fantasy A Discovery of Witches and as Sandra Oh’s new MI6 colleague on the hit Killing Eve.
The English star of The Diary of a Teenage Girl and last year’s Broadway revival of Kenneth Lonergan’s Lobby Hero speaks with her White Boy Rick director Yann Demange about Detroit accents, playing a high school spy, and punching Matthew McConaughey in the face.
After a breakout role in 2016’s Lady Macbeth, the English actor proves she’s not afraid to go all in with roles as diverse as the professional wrestler Paige in Fighting With My Family and the youngest March sister in Greta Gerwig’s upcoming adaptation of Little Women.
As the gregarious and self-serving aspiring actor—and love interest to Bill Hader’s titular Marine-turned-hitman—Sally Reed in HBO’s Barry, the London-trained Canadian finds herself in an unflinching portrayal of a well-known Hollywood type.
Stepping into Saoirse Ronan’s shoes in the Amazon Prime adaptation of the 2011 action film Hanna, the young English actor breathes new life into the genre by embodying a powerful female lead whose vulnerability and longing only enhance her strength.
As Joel Maisel in the hit series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, the American actor has evolved from philanderer to his ex-wife’s biggest supporter, flipping the audience consensus in his favor.
After breaking out in last year’s raunchy high school sex comedy Blockers, the Australian actor is now playing an angel opposite Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi as God in the existential TBS series Miracle Workers and stretching her dramatic muscles as a Muslim teenager rebelling against her conservative parents in the Sundance hit Hala.