Jamie Harris (actor)

Jamie Harris ( born May 15, 1963 in England, United Kingdom; actually Tudor St. John Harris ) is a British actor.

Life and achievements

He is the third son of Elizabeth Rees and the actor Richard Harris. His older brothers are the director and screenwriter Damian Harris (born 1958 ) and actor Jared Harris ( b. 1961 ), who is married to actress Emilia Fox. At age eleven, Harris worked with his brothers on I in the membership of my days with, an album of his Father with poems and songs. Jamie Harris ' stepfather was the British actor Rex Harrison, with which the mother was married to his second wife.

At the beginning of his career, Harris had a supporting role in the film In the Name of the Father (1993 ), which was nominated for seven Oscars, and in the Daniel Day -Lewis, Emma Thompson and director Jim Sheridan participated. In a larger role Harris in the comedy How to get quickly to the big money? ( Savage Hearts) ( 1997) to see in which also starred his father and Maryam d'Abo. In an episode of the third season of the dramatic television series Nikita he played a guest role in the agent Zalman that temporarily Michael, played by Roy Dupuis, replaced. Other supporting roles had Harris in the comedy Dinner Rush ( 2000) with Danny Aiello, in the short film Chosen (2001), directed by Ang Lee and Fantasy Film Lemony Snicket - Mysterious Events (2004) with Jim Carrey and Meryl Streep. It followed the adventure film The New World (2005), who received an Oscar nomination and in the Colin Farrell and Christopher Plummer participated and directed by Terrence Malick. Another supporting role put Harris in the twice Oscar -nominated historical thriller Prestige - The Master of Magic (2006) with Hugh Jackman by director Christopher Nolan dar.