Jack Rowan is a British actor who came to fame through his role as Brinni on the ITV miniseries Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands. He has also appeared on series like Casualty and Silent Witness.
Date of birth
He was born on February 18, 1997.
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Before becoming an actor, Rowan was an amateur boxer from age 12, winning 18 of 27 fights.
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Jack began acting at 17, working with the National Youth Theatre's Connections, and had small roles in a couple of television dramas.
However it was his superbly chilling portrayal of murderous schoolboy Sam in Channel 4's 'Born to Kill' which brought him deserved notice, especially as he was way past school age being born in 1997.
He has also had small roles in numerous television dramas including Casualty, Silent Witness, and ITV's Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands.
Jack won the Best Actor award at the 2018 BAFTA Cymru Awards for his portrayal of Sam (lead) in 'BORN TO KILL' (Channel 4).
Jack's other credits include: 'NOUGHTS + CROSSES' lead (BBC One/ Mammoth Screen), 'PEAKY BLINDERS' series regular (BBC), 'BENJAMIN' (directed by Simon Amstell) and 'BOYS FROM COUNTY HELL' (Six Mile Hill Productions).
In 2020, he played Callum McGregor in the BBC drama series Noughts and Crosses.
Away from acting Jack is an enthusiastic performance poet and, since the age of 11, when he enrolled at Fitzroy Lodge boxing school, a talented boxer, having gained over two dozen national titles, despite a sixteen month injury break - clearly a young man to watch.
|Born||8th February, 1997|
|Home City||London, U.K.|