Jackson-Cohen in 2018
Oliver Mansour Jackson-Cohen
24 October 1986
Westminster, London, England
|Alma mater||Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
Oliver Mansour Jackson-Cohen (born 24 October 1986) is an English actor and model. He is best known for his role as Adrian Griffin in the 2020 remake of The Invisible Man and for his role in the Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House and its follow up season The Haunting of Bly Manor.
Jackson-Cohen was born in Westminster, London. His mother, Betty Jackson, is a fashion designer, and his father, David Cohen, is his mother's business partner. His mother is English, and from a Protestant background. His father is from an Egyptian Jewish family that moved to France in the 1950s; they were Orthodox Jews. Jackson-Cohen attended French school at the Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle in London and says he has a slight French accent.
He attended the Youngblood Theatre Company at weekends, then began washing vases for a florist as a job to financially support himself between auditions, stating: "It wasn't great but when you're that broke you'll do anything."
Jackson-Cohen landed a small role in the television series Hollyoaks when he was 15, and he later appeared in the ITV series The Time of Your Life in 2007. In 2008, he played Phillip White in the BBC adaptation of Lark Rise to Candleford and in the first episode of Bonekickers. He also played Marcus in the short film The Rooftopsmiths by Helen Rowles with Natasha Freeman as Imogen and Philip Marden as Joel. In 2010, he played Damon in the romantic comedy film Going the Distance starring Drew Barrymore and Justin Long. and a hitman in the action film Faster, opposite Dwayne Johnson. In 2011, he starred as Prince William, Duke of Cambridge in a series of Funny or Die videos with Allison Williams as newlywed Kate Middleton. Jackson-Cohen starred opposite Cynthia Nixon in the miniseries World Without End as Ralph. He appears in Mr Selfridge with Jeremy Piven where he plays the role of Roddy Temple.
In 2013, Jackson-Cohen was cast as journalist Jonathan Harker in the NBC series Dracula. In 2014, he was cast as Misha in the film adaptation of Shamim Sarif's 2004 novel Despite the Falling Snow. In March 2014, Jackson-Cohen was cast as James, Duke of York in ITV's four-part period drama miniseries The Great Fire.
It was announced in July 2014 that he would star opposite Sarah Snook in the 2015 ABC convict miniseries The Secret River, an adaptation of Kate Grenville's 2005 novel of the same name. In 2015, Jackson-Cohen also starred in The Healer as Alec Bailey. In the same year, Jackson-Cohen was cast as Lucas in Emerald City, which premiered in 2017 and was cancelled after one season. Beginning in 2018, he stars in the anthology web television series The Haunting of Hill House. The first season of the series received critical praise. He next starred opposite Elisabeth Moss in the science fiction horror film The Invisible Man, portraying the titular role; the film was released in 2020 to positive reviews.
|2008||The Rooftopsmiths||Marcus||Short film|
|2010||Going the Distance||Damon|
|2011||What's Your Number?||Eddie Vogel|
|2012||The Raven||John Cantrell|
|2016||Despite the Falling Snow||Misha|
|2016||The Healer||Alec Bailey|
|2019||Mr. Malcolm's List||Short film|
|2020||The Invisible Man||Adrian Griffin|
|2007||The Time of Your Life||Marcus||Episode: "#1.4"|
|2008||Lark Rise to Candleford||Phillip White||8 episodes|
|2008||Bonekickers||Colm||Episode: "Army of God"|
|2012||World Without End||Ralph Fitzgerald||8 episodes|
|2013||Mr Selfridge||Roderick 'Roddy' Temple||6 episodes|
|2013–2014||Dracula||Jonathan Harker||10 episodes|
|2014||The Great Fire||James, Duke of York||4 episodes|
|2015||The Secret River||William Thornhill||2 episodes |
Nominated – AACTA Award for Best Lead Actor in a Television Drama
|2017||Emerald City||Roan / Lucas||10 episodes|
|2017||Man in an Orange Shirt||Michael Berryman||2 episodes|
|2018||The Haunting of Hill House||Adult Luke Crain||Main cast|
|2020||The Haunting of Bly Manor||Peter||Main cast|
|2011||Will & Kate: Before Happily Ever After||Prince William||4 episodes|
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