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Since graduating from LAMDA in 2009 SAM CLAFLIN (Alexander Brok) has worked on a number of prestigious projects, leaving a lasting impression in both film and television.

Claflin was most recently seen in the hugely successful BAFTA award-winning drama "Peaky Blinders," for the programme's fifth series. Moving from BBC Two to BBC One, Steven Knight's crime family saga sees the Shelbys thrown into turbulent times following the financial crash of 1929.

He will next be seen in Netflix's "Love Wedding Repeat" alongside Olivia Munn and Warner's Enola Holmes opposite Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill.

Claflin also started in British indie The Corrupted, as an ex-con Liam. Based on truth, the film is set in London and is a pertinent exploration of the corruption between property speculators, the police and the local authority, during the Olympic Park construction. Penned by Nick Moorcroft, the film is directed by Ron Scalpello and also stars Timothy Spall, Hugh Bonneville, Charlie Murphy and Noel Edwards. 2018 was an exciting year for Claflin, with a selection of notable projects. The Venice Film Festival saw the premiere of Jennifer Kent's psychological thriller The Nightingale, where Claflin starred as Hawkins. The film is set in 19th century Tasmania and follows a young convict woman (Aisling Franciosi) seeking revenge for a brutal crime against her family. Claflin's performance garnered him some of the best reviews of his career, with the film winning two awards at the festival.

Claflin was also seen in Baltasar Kormakur's drama Adrift, starring alongside Shailene Woodley. The film concerns a couple's chance encounter that leads them first to love, and then on the adventure of a lifetime as they face one of the most catastrophic hurricanes in recorded history. Claflin also took on the iconic role of Captain Stanhope in the screen adaption of R.C. Sheriff's WWI classic play "Journey's End." Directed by Saul Dibb, Claflin leads a cast consisting of Asa Butterfield, Paul Bettany and Toby Jones.

Prior to this, he was seen in My Cousin Rachel alongside Rachel Weisz and Holliday Grainger. Directed by Roger Michell, the film is based on the classic Daphne du Maurier novel. Sam was also seen in Lone Scherfig's critically acclaimed Their Finest, starring alongside Gemma Arterton and Bill Nighy.

2016 saw Claflin take on the lead role of Will opposite Emilia Clarke in the box office hit Me Before You and 2015 saw Claflin star as Finnick Odair for the last time in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2. The final film in the box office phenomenon franchise saw Sam reprise the role he played in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 opposite Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson.

2014 saw Claflin star in Lone Scherfig's film The Riot Club, based on the London stage play Posh alongside Max Irons, Douglas Booth and Holliday Grainger. Also released was Love, Rosie. This film version of Cecilia Ahern's novel Where Rainbows End saw Claflin star with Lily Collins as friends and lovers in this romantic comedy drama set in Dublin and Boston. Earlier in the same year, Claflin appeared opposite Jarred Harris in Hammer Horror film The Quiet Ones.

In 2012 Claflin played the role 'Prince William' alongside Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth in box office hit Snow White And The Huntsman, which he followed up with a small role in The Huntsman: Winter War. The previous year Claflin made a name for himself as youthful missionary 'Philip', the romantic lead in Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.

Claflin has also starred in a number of television projects. In 2013 he was seen on screens opposite Hilary Swank in Richard Curtis' BBC One drama "Mary & Martha." In 2012 Sam played Jack in "White Heat" an epic drama for the BBC charting the lives of seven friends from 1965 to the present day. He also starred in "United" alongside David Tennant, Dougray Scott and Jack O'Connell.

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