Public Appearance Update

Hello everyone, I’m Holly and I’ll be helping Annie on the site from time to time. I have added the last four events that Jaimie has taken part in to the gallery. Please enjoy!

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The Hunt | New Worlds (S1-Ep1) | Channel 4

Tuesday (1st April) | 9pm | Channel 4
http://www.channel4.com/programmes/ne…
Abe Goffe (Jamie Dornan) and his outlaws are led to Fanshawe House by a wounded deer

Episode description: Show trials, torture and summary executions are rife in England as Charles II betrays his promise of tolerance and reverts to tyranny.
At Fanshawe House, Angelica Fanshawe now Countess of Seacourt, strives to protect her daughter Beth and Catholic husband John Francis from a country once again on the brink of chaos.
But when outlaw and idealist Abe breaks into Beth’s sheltered world he jolts her into consciousness and asks whether she can stand by as the liberties won with her father’s Civil War blood are destroyed.
Meanwhile, in New England the colonists struggle to throw off the distant but steely control of the English Crown.

Telegraph exclusive interview

The actor Jamie Dornan is slighter in the flesh than I expected, and he’s got a mullet. We are on the set of New Worlds, Channel 4’s follow-up to 2008’s critically acclaimed The Devil’s Whore. That first series was set during the English Civil War (and starred Michael Fassbender and Andrea Riseborough); this one, to be aired next week, takes place during the Restoration, a period nigh on as bloody and politically fissured, if Martine Brant and Peter Flannery’s script is anything to go by.
Dornan is playing Abe Goffe, a young outlaw who foments revolution against the ruling elite from a forest in Oxfordshire, and whose head is turned by the beautiful Beth (Freya Mavor), the daughter of Angelica Fanshawe, the ‘whore’ of the earlier drama.
Goffe’s wild existence accounts for Dornan’s unkempt hair. While most of the cast sport rather elaborate full-head wigs, Dornan gets what he explains is a three-quarter-length number: some straggling wisps glued on to his own short back and sides, which he tugs at when we talk. He also has a beard. ‘Abe’s a character who has sacrificed pretty much everything in his life,’ he explains. ‘Including a razor.’

At the time of my set visit – summer 2013 – Dornan is best known for his modelling career (particularly his shirtless campaigns for Calvin Klein), and for his mesmeric performance as an alarmingly attractive serial killer in BBC Two’s drama series The Fall – which also starred Gillian Anderson as the police officer determined to track him down – which aired last May.
Then, days after I meet him again in October 2013, news breaks that he has landed a role that makes him the most talked-about actor in the world. Dornan won the part of Christian Grey, the dazzlingly handsome anti-hero with a penchant for light sadomasochism, in the Hollywood adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey, the bestselling (90 million copies worldwide and counting) novel by EL James. Directed by the British artist Sam Taylor-Johnson, the film is slated to be released on Valentine’s Day next year.
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