Finn Jones

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Finn Jones
Finn Jones 2016.jpg
Jones at the MagicCity ComicCon, January 16, 2016.
Born Terence Jones
(1988-03-24) 24 March 1988 (age 27)
Occupation Actor
Years active 2008–present

Terence "Finn" Jones (born 24 March 1988)[1] is an English actor, best known for his role as Ser Loras Tyrell, The Knight of Flowers, in the HBO series Game of Thrones.


Jones trained at The Arts Educational Schools on a three-year acting course. Prior to this he was a Sixth Form student at Hayes School in Bromley.[2]

On October 2009, Finn played Jamie, a young man who found love with Hannah Ashworth in the second series of Hollyoaks Later. Later, he returned to the Hollyoaks village to tie in with Emma Rigby's (Hannah Ashworth) departure in February 2010.[3][4]

In January 2010, he appeared in the 11th series of Doctors.

On 1 and 8 April 2010, Finn appeared in two episodes of The Bill playing Commander Lisa Kennedy's (played by Julie Graham) son Mark Kennedy, who was accused of murder.

In the same month he finished filming for a new online drama called The Curfew commissioned by Channel 4 and produced by BAFTA award winning company LittleLoud Productions.

Jones also played Santiago Jones in the Doctor Who spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures in the story Death of the Doctor alongside Katy Manning as former Doctor Who companion Jo Grant and Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor.[1][5]

On 19 June 2010 it was announced that Jones would be appearing in Game of Thrones, the HBO adaptation of George R R Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire novel series, as Ser Loras Tyrell.[6] He also had a small role in the 2012 horror film Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines.

In 2014, he has starred in two films, Sleeping Beauty and The Last Showing.

Personal life[edit]

Jones revealed on Twitter that his real name is Terence "Terry" Jones. He had to change it to avoid confusion with Terry Jones, a member of Monty Python.

In December 2015, Jones assisted Oxfam campaigners in raising money for their appeal to support Syrian refugees, by singing carols at a shopping centre in Islington. He appeared alongside Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labour Party and later voiced his support for Corbyn in a post on Instagram.[7][8]



Year Film Role Studio Status
2012 Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines Teddy Fox Released 23 October
2014 Sleeping Beauty Barrow The Asylum Released 13 May
2014 The Last Showing Martin Sony U.K. Released 22 August


Year Title Role Channel Episodes
2009 Hollyoaks Later Jamie E4 5 episodes
2010 The Sarah Jane Adventures Santiago Jones BBC 2 episodes
2010 The Bill Mark Kennedy ITV 2 episodes
2010 Hollyoaks Jamie Channel 4 9 episodes
2010–2011 Doctors Tristan Bentley / Tim Hebdon BBC 2 episodes
2011–present Game of Thrones Ser Loras Tyrell HBO 17 episodes
2015 Life in Squares Julian Bell BBC


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