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BECOMING JANE

JAMES MCAVOY was most recently seen in THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND, starring opposite Oscar® winner Forest Whitaker as the physician to Idi Amin, and in the romantic comedy drama STARTER FOR TEN. McAvoy was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1979 and graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 2000. After playing Dan in Paul Abbott's highly acclaimed TV series "State of Play,” he went on to film the role of Leto in the Science Fiction miniseries "Children of Dune” in 2003. He starred in Stephen Fry's directorial debut BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS in the same year and received a nomination as Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2004 for his role in the TV series "Shameless.”

In the film INSIDE I'M DANCING, which won the Edinburgh Film Festival Audience Award, he played Rory O'Shea, an Irish teenager who suffers from muscular dystrophy, and was nominated for Best British Actor from the London Film Critics Circle. James also appeared in WIMBLEDON alongside Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bettany and THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, for which he was nominated as Best British Actor from the London Film Critics Circle and as Best Newcomer at the Empire Film Awards in 2006.

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