Jamie Dornan Net Worth

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Jamie Dornan Net Worth

Jamie Dornan is a Northern Irish actor, model and musician. He is known for playing Axel von Fersen in Sofia Coppola’s film Marie Antoinette, Sheriff Graham Humbert in the ABC series Once Upon a Time and serial killer Paul Spector in the BBC Two crime drama series The Fall.

In 2006, Jamie Dornan appeared in the Sofia Coppola film Marie Antoinette. He has modelled for Calvin Klein (with both Kate Moss and Eva Mendes), Dior, Aquascutum and Armani, among many other brands. Dornan appeared in the drama film Shadows in the Sun in 2009, which starred three-time Academy Award nominee Jean Simmons. In 2008, he played the lead role of Ed in the Hammer Horror production Beyond the Rave.

In 2011, Dornan appeared in eight episodes of the ABC television series Once Upon A Time, playing the role of Sheriff Graham. While Graham from Storybrooke was killed by the town’s mayor Regina (The Evil Queen) in the episode “The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter”, Dornan stated that he would return as the Huntsman from the Enchanted Forest at some point and he remained a regular on the series. He returned as The Huntsman for the season finale episode, “A Land Without Magic”.

On 26 March 2012, TVWise reported that Jamie Dornan had been cast alongside Gillian Anderson to star in the Northern Irish drama series The Fall to air on RTÉ Television in Ireland, BBC Two in the UK and BBC America. Dornan plays Paul Spector, a serial killer terrorising Belfast. The show was renewed for a second series halfway through the broadcast of series 1 in May 2013.

On 23 October 2013, Jamie Dornan was cast as Christian Grey in the upcoming film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey, replacing Charlie Hunnam. The film is set to be released on 1 August 2014.

How Jamie Dornan Made His Money – Acting

Estimated Net Worth: $160 Million

Birthday: May 1, 1982

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