Jonah Hauer-King

 

Whilst studying at Cambridge, Jonah discovered his passion for acting and undertook various professional theatre roles. He made his West End debut in the John Osborne play THE ENTERTAINER, starring opposite Kenneth Branagh at the Garrick Theatre. He also appeared in PUNK ROCK at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast. His first television series, HOWARD’S END, premiered in November on BBC One and in April 2018 on the U.S network Starz.

Jonah has gone on to feature in Film 4’s OLD BOY with Alex Lawther and BBC One’s LITTLE WOMEN, directed by Vanessa Caswill who led direction on the on the BAFTA-nominated BBC Three series THIRTEEN. He was also selected for the EVENING STANDARD’S Progress 1000: London’s most influential people in both 2016 and 2017.

Jonah appears in a number of upcoming feature films, including the highly-anticipated POSTCARDS FROM LONDON, in which he also wrote and performed music for the soundtrack. The film is set for theatrical release in 2018.