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George MacKay
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Born
George Andrew J. MacKay[1]

(1992-03-13) 13 March 1992 (age 29)
London, England
EducationThe Harrodian School
OccupationActor
Years active2002–present

George Andrew J. MacKay (/məˈk/;[2][3][4] born 13 March 1992) is a British actor. He began his career as a child actor in Peter Pan (2003). He had starring roles in the British war drama Private Peaceful (2012), the romantic film How I Live Now (2013), For Those in Peril (2013), for which he won a BAFTA Scotland Award and was nominated for the BAFTA Rising Star Award, and Marrowbone (2017). He garnered recognition for his leading role in 1917 (2019) which received critical acclaim and numerous awards.

Early life and education

MacKay was born in Hammersmith, London to Kim Baker, a British costume designer from London, and Paul MacKay, an Australian working in lighting and stage management. He grew up in Barnes with his younger sister.[5][6][7][8] He is of Irish descent on his mother’s side, his maternal grandmother being from Cork.[9]

MacKay attended The Harrodian School.[10] When he was 17, he unsuccessfully auditioned for entrance to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.[11]

Career

2002–2012: Child acting

MacKay at the premiere for The Boys are Back in 2009

In 2002, MacKay was spotted at school by an acting scout who asked him to audition for a role in P. J. Hogan’s 2003 film adaptation of Peter Pan. He attended a workshop and won the role of one of the Lost Boys, Curly, in what was his first professional acting job.

In 2005, at the age of 13, he won the role of Riccio in The Thief Lord, the film adaptation of Cornelia Funke’s best-selling children’s novel. He was also cast in the lead role in Johnny and the Bomb, a BBC three-part television drama adapted from Terry Pratchett’s novel of the same name. MacKay also had some work in television, including roles in Rose and Maloney, Footprints in the Snow and The Brief. In the 2008 film Defiance, MacKay played Aron, the youngest of the four Bielski brothers. In 2009 he portrayed Harry in The Boys Are Back starring Clive Owen. MacKay co-starred in the Marc Evans-directed musical film Hunky Dory opposite Minnie Driver, Aneurin Barnard and Kimberley Nixon, which is set in 1970s Swansea.[12] In 2012, he played the main character, Private Tommo Peaceful, in Private Peaceful, and appeared as a paralyzed soldier in the inspirational film The Best of Men.[13]

2013–present: Young adult career

MacKay at the Premiere for Pride in 2014

In 2013, MacKay portrayed Eddie in How I Live Now opposite Saoirse Ronan and directed by Kevin Macdonald, and starred as Davy in the musical film Sunshine on Leith, featuring songs by The Proclaimers, directed by Dexter Fletcher. In 2014, MacKay played the role of Joe, a 20-year-old struggling to come out in a homophobic Britain in 1984 in the film Pride (based on a true story) also starring Bill Nighy. In 2015, Mackay took the lead role as Richard Miller in Eugene O'Neill’s coming-of-age play, Ah, Wilderness! directed by Natalie Abrahami at Young Vic.

In July 2015, MacKay filled the title role of Lewis Aldridge in the BBC’s two-part television adaptation of Sadie Jones’ debut novel The Outcast.[14] In February 2016, he portrayed the part of Bill Turcotte in the Hulu production of Stephen King’s sci-fi/suspense thriller 11.22.63.

From 29 March to 14 May 2016, MacKay performed the part of Mick in Harold Pinter’s play The Caretaker directed by Matthew Warchus at The Old Vic Theatre in London opposite Timothy Spall and Daniel Mays. In the 2016 film Captain Fantastic, MacKay portrayed Bodevan, eldest son of Ben Cash (Viggo Mortensen).

In 2017, he played Jack, the main character in Marrowbone, a psychological horror film directed and written by Sergio G. Sánchez, and also starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton and Mia Goth. MacKay portrayed Prince Hamlet in Ophelia, a 2018 film retelling the story of Shakespeare’s play from the perspective of the young female character Ophelia. The film premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, and included Daisy Ridley, Naomi Watts, Clive Owen, and Tom Felton in the cast.

In the 2018 film Where Hands Touch, MacKay portrayed Lutz, a member of the Hitler Youth in Nazi Germany who falls in love with a biracial girl, portrayed by Amandla Stenberg.

In a 2019 release, MacKay interpreted the role of outlaw Ned Kelly in True History of the Kelly Gang directed by Justin Kurzel.[15] Adapted from the Booker Prize-winning novel of the same name by Peter Carey, the film premiered at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.[16] That same year, MacKay played the lead role of Lance corporal William Schofield, a young British World War I soldier in 1917, directed by Sam Mendes.[17] 1917 was nominated for Best Picture in the 92nd Academy Awards, along with nominations in nine other categories, winning three technical awards.[18]

Upcoming projects

MacKay stars in Nathalie Biancheri’s film Wolf alongside Lily-Rose Depp, for which principal photography began in Ireland in August 2020.[19] The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2021 as the entry for Ireland,[20] and is scheduled for theatrical release on 3 December 2021.[21] He also will appear in Christian Schwochow’s film Munich – The Edge of War for Netflix; shooting began in November 2020.[22]

As of September 2021 Mackay was reportedly under consideration, along with several other men, to succeed Daniel Craig in the role of James Bond.[23] In October, he was cast in a Golden Age musical film The End along with Tilda Swinton and Stephen Graham, directed by Joshua Oppenheimer. [24]

Artistry and media reception

MacKay at the premiere for How I Live Now in 2013

MacKay has been called a method actor by multiple media sources.[25][26] With his acting roles, MacKay stated that he wanted ”as much as [he] can to try and explore different roles and different characters, that’s important to [him]”.[27] Flaunt writer Elizabeth Aubrey stated that MacKay is ”someone who knows all about big parts” as illustrated in his recent lead roles in Sam Mendes' Academy Award-winning 1917 and Justin Kurzel’s daring True History of the Kelly Gang.[28] Aubrey added that for Mackay, ”going to extremes when preparing for a role isn't something new” and that his roles are ”chosen by a desire to push the boundaries of storytelling, to ask challenging questions about identity, and leave audiences with more questions than answers via stories that start important cultural conversations”.[28] The Last Magazine writer Jonathan Shia stated that,

”MacKay’s CV is notable for both its length and its breadth, but he says the connecting thread is that he looks to each of his disparate projects to bring something new to his career”.[29]

MacKay himself has stated that he is inspired to put his best in every role he takes saying that, ”The beauty of acting is that it is done ultimately in a very safe environment, and therefore the consequences are just the consequences of the story [...] Those things might not have actually happened to you, but they will be rooted in some kind of experience”.[1] The Independent writer Alexandra Pollard wrote that MacKay’s roles are tactically ”chosen to broaden his perspective on the world” and that he is ”clearly intensely thoughtful, in both conversation and in his career”.[30] MacKay cites actors Eddie Marsan, Viggo Mortensen and Conor McGregor as influences for his work.[31][28][32]

MacKay’s role in 1917 is notable for launching him into mainstream media and his role received critical acclaim and numerous accolades.[33][34][35] His acting in the 2021 film Wolf was called ”the best performance of his still-rising career”.[36]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Director Notes Refs.
2003 Peter Pan Curly P.J. Hogan [37]
2006 The Thief Lord Riccio Richard Claus [38]
2008 Defiance Aron Bielski Edward Zwick [39]
2009 The Boys Are Back Harry Scott Hicks [40]
2011 Hunky Dory Jake Zeppi Marc Evans [41]
2012 Private Peaceful Private Tommo Peaceful Pat O'Connor [42]
The Devil’s Dosh Marcus Zachary Guerra Short Film [43]
2013 How I Live Now Edmund 'Eddie' Kevin Macdonald [44]
Pieces Son Jack Weatherly Short Film [45]
Sunshine on Leith Davy Dexter Fletcher [46]
For Those in Peril Aaron Paul Wright [47]
Breakfast With Jonny Wilkinson Jake Simon Sprackling [48]
2014 Pride Joe "Bromley" Cooper Matthew Warchus [49]
Bypass Tim Duane Hopkins [50]
2015 Fuel to Fire Tomas Gant Sam McMullen Short Film [51]
2016 Captain Fantastic Bodevan Cash Matt Ross [52]
Narrated By Bill Sipowitz Gur Benshemesh Short Film [53]
2017 French Exchange Jack Jacob Perlmutter Short Film [54]
Infinite Sid Connor O'Hara Short Film [55]
Marrowbone Jack Sergio G. Sánchez [56]
2018 Doublethink Hope/Hate Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard Short Film [57]
Where Hands Touch Lutz Amma Asante [58]
Been So Long Gil Tinge Krishnan [59]
Ophelia Hamlet Claire McCarthy [60]
2019 True History of the Kelly Gang Ned Kelly Justin Kurzel [61]
A Guide to Second Date Sex Ryan Rachel Hirons [62]
1917 LCpl.William Schofield Sam Mendes [63]
2020 Nuclear Boy Catherine Linstrum [64]
2021 Wolf Jacob Nathalie Biancheri Premiered on 17 September 2021 at the TIFF as entry for Ireland [65][66]
Munich – The Edge of War Hugh Legat Christian Schwochow To be released on Netflix on 22 January 2022 [67]
Find the Light The Lifeguard Abdullah Khan Short Film - Released August 2021 [68]
I Came By Toby Nealey Babak Anvari To be released on Netflix in 2022 [69][70]

Television

Year Title Role Director
2004 Rose and Maloney Young Calum Episode 1: "Rose and Maloney — Part 1"
2005 Footprints in the Snow Nathan Hill TV movie
The Brief Zak Farmer Series 2; Episode 1: "Blame," Episode 2: "Lack of Affect"
2006 Johnny and the Bomb Johnny Maxwell Miniseries
Tsunami: The Aftermath Adam Peabody Miniseries
2007 The Old Curiosity Shop Kit Nubbles TV movie
2012 Birdsong Private Douglas TV movie
The Best of Men Private William Heath TV movie
2015 The Outcast Lewis Aldridge Miniseries
2016 11.22.63 Bill Turcotte Miniseries
Neil Gaiman’s Likely Stories Simon Powers Episode: "Foreign Parts"
2018 To Provide All People Father TV movie
2020 Ataraxia Boy Miniseries
2021 The Trick Sam Bowen TV Movie[71]
2022 The Gallows Pole TBA TV Series[72]

Stage

Year Title Role Author Theatre
2014 The Cement Garden Jack Ian McEwan Heritage Arts Company
2015 Ah, Wilderness! Richard Eugene O'Neill The Young Vic Company
2016 The Caretaker Mick Harold Pinter The Old Vic

Audio

Year Title Role Author Station Refs.
2017 Living Room Milo Part of the BBC POD PLAY1 short-form audio drama series BBC Radio 3 [73]
2020 The Glass Menagerie Tom Tennessee Williams [74]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2010 London Critics Circle Film Awards Young British Actor of the Year Himself Nominated [75]
2013 BAFTA Scotland Best Actor / Actress – Film For Those in Peril Won [76]
2014 British Academy Film Awards Rising Star Award Himself Nominated [77]
Berlin International Film Festival Shooting Stars Award – Actor Won [78]
London Critics Circle Film Awards Young British Actor of the Year Nominated [79]
Richard Attenborough Film Awards Breakthrough Award Won [80]
2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Captain Fantastic Nominated [81]
Cannes Film Festival Trophée Chopard Himself Won [82]
2019 Satellite Awards Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama 1917 Nominated [83]
IGN Awards Best Lead Performer Nominated [84]
2020 Santa Barbara International Film Festival Virtuoso Award Won [85]
Georgia Film Critics Association Breakthrough Award Nominated [86]
Online Film & Television Association Best Breakthrough Performance: Male Won [87]
London Critics Circle Film Awards British / Irish Actor of the Year Himself Nominated [88]

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