JAMIE CAMPBELL BOWER (Jace Wayland) is one of Britain's brightest young stars with an extremely exciting time ahead of him.
Last year saw Jamie return to his role as 'Caius' in The Twilight Saga- Breaking Dawn Part 2 the penultimate installment in the hugely successful Twilight Saga, adapted from the novels by Stephenie Meyer. Jamie also appeared in The Twilight Saga- Breaking Dawn Part 1, and The Twilight Saga- New Moon. 'Caius' is one of the leaders of the Volturi coven of vampires, alongside a cast including Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.
2011 saw Jamie in the lead role of 'King Arthur' in Camelot, an epic television adaptation for Channel 4 of the classic Arthurian legend which also opened for the US channel 'Starz' earlier in the year. Jamie starred alongside an impressive cast including Eva Green, Joseph Fiennes and Claire Forlani. In film, he starred as 'Young Oxford' in Anonymous, a political thriller about the real author of William Shakespeare's plays. From the award-winning director Roland Emmerich, the film also features Rhys Ifans, Rafe Spall, Vanessa Redgrave and Joely Richardson.
Despite a short career to date Jamie can already add a number of critically acclaimed and hugely successful films to his repertoire. He made his film debut in Tim Burton's gothic musical Sweeney Todd and the Demon Barber of Fleet Street starring in a leading role opposite Johnny Depp, Alan Rickman and Helena Bonham Carter. Late last year he was seen in London Boulevard from the novels of the same name by Ken Bruen. The crime drama marks the directorial debut of the Oscar winning writer William Monahan ('The Departed') and featured an outstanding cast including Kiera Knightley, Colin Farrell and Ray Winstone. Jamie also played the role of 'Gellert Grindelwald' in the hugely successful penultimate instalment of the Harry Potter series Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I. His other film credits include Guy Richie's RocknRolla with Gerard Butler and Thandie Newton and Martin Koolhoven's Winter in Wartime.
Jamie was seen in a new adaptation for ITV of the cult 1960's television series The Prisoner with Jim Caviezel, Hayley Atwell and Sir Ian McKellen, also seen in 2009 in the US on AMC. In 2007, he received critical acclaim for his portrayal of Douglas in the BBC's The Dinner Party.