Nathan Stewart-Jarrett

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Nathan Stewart-Jarrett
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Born Nathan Lloyd Stewart-Jarrett
(1985-12-04) 4 December 1985 (age 28)
Wandsworth, London, England, UK
Occupation Actor
Years active 2007–present

Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (born Nathan Lloyd Stewart-Jarrett in 4 December 1985 in Wandsworth, London) is an British actor best known for his starring role in the E4 comedy-drama for television series Misfits as Curtis Donovan and as Ian in Utopia (UK TV series).

Early life[edit]

Nathan trained at BRIT School [1] for four years where he graduated in 2003 and went straight on to drama school. He trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama graduating in 2006.


Jarrett made his professional stage debut playing a number of roles in 'Brixton Stories' at the Lyric, Hammersmith and has also appeared on stage in 'The History Boys' at the National Theatre and, in 2012, in the revival of 'Pitchfork Disney'. In 2009, Jarrett joined the cast of Misfits as Curtis Donovan.[2] In 2012 he was the last remaining original Misfits cast member on the show, until he was written out during the fourth series. Jarrett also starred in the 2013 conspiracy thriller Utopia as Ian.


Year Title Role Notes
2011 Will You Marry Me? Dillon Short
2012 The Comedian
2013 Dom Hemingway Hugh
Year Title Role Notes
2007, 2010 Casualty Tunde/Luke Whitby 2 episodes
2009 Coming Up Sam 1 episode
Bill, TheThe Bill Georgie 1 episode
2009-12 Misfits Curtis Donovan Series 1-4 (main role; 25 episodes)
2010 Money Felix 2 episodes
2013 The Paradise Christian Cartwright 1 episode
2013-14 Utopia Ian Johnson 12 episodes


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