CHARLIE HUNNAM (Embry) has captured the attention of
audiences and critics in the United Kingdom with his irresistible charm and is
now poised to take on Hollywood. Currently, Hunnam is shooting "Cold
Mountain," Anthony Minghella's adaptation of the best-selling novel by
Charles Frazier, and stars opposite Jude Law, Nicole Kidman and Renee Zellweger.
He recently wrapped production on the big screen adaptation of Charles Dickens'
novel Nicholas Nickleby. He will play the title character who becomes an orphan and
joins an actors' gang to support himself and his friends. Jaime Bell, Nathan Lane and Christopher Plummer will co-star.
On the small screen, Hunnam starred in Judd Apatow's
critically acclaimed television series "Undeclared" and he has
received both audience and critical acclaim for his role in the hit British
drama, "Queer as Folk." Hunnam reprised his role of Nathan in the
follow-up television miniseries, "Queer as Folk 2," which was regarded
as one of the best sequels ever on television.
Hunnam got his start on the BBC teen drama series "Byker
Grove" followed by BBC's "Microsoaps." He made his film debut
in 1999 with "Whatever Happened to Harold Smith?" starring Tom
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