Young British Actor/Actress To Watch In 2015

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Here is our young British actor/actress to watch for 2015; based on their recent performances.

Young British Actress – Olivia Cooke

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Olivia as Emma – Bates Motel

Originating for Oldham, near Manchester, Olivia is best known for her recurring role as the disabled Emma in the series Bates Motel; which has been a big hit with fans of the show. She”s also had notable appearances within the Horror genre in films such as Ouija & her excellent performance as the demented Jane Harper in The Quiet Ones.

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Olivia as Jane Harper – The Quiet Ones

In 2015 you can look out casino online for her appearance in Season 3 of Bates Motel and the upcoming novel adaptation Me and Earl and the Dying Girl from director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon (Glee/American Horror Story). It will be good to see her in some straight drama or comedy roles.



 

Young British Actor – George MacKay

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George got his start in acting early; appearing as child actor in 2003″s Peter Pan. He has gone on to many more film roles including some more notable performances in recent years such as Davy in Sunshine on Leith, the nervous young college student Joe in Pride and his outstanding performance in independent film Bypass where he played Tim; a morally conflicted character just trying to survive and care for those around him.

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George as Tim – Bypass

MacKay”s work has already garnered him much critical acclaim as well as four awards & five nominations. In 2015 you can look forward to seeing MacKay in major roles in the films Captain Fantastic and The Outcast.


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Ben started out as a technology blogger before branching out into writing about Film & TV. An obsessive fan of indie film & dark comedies you will probably find him waxing lyrical about the movies of Kevin Smith, The Coen Brothers, Robert Rodriguez or Quentin Tarantino.

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