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Jeremy Irvine

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Jeremy Irvine is a British stage and screen actor.


 early life
He was raised in Gamlingay in Cambridgeshire, and was educated at Bedford Modern School, an independent school in the county town of Bedford in Bedfordshire, England, followed by the National Youth Theatre and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Irvine's stage name comes from his grandfather's first name.

 acting career
Irvine played the role of Luke in the television series Life Bites and has appeared with the Royal Shakespeare Company in the 2010-production of Dunsinane.

In June 2010, Irvine was cast to play the lead character in the Steven Spielberg film War Horse, released in December 2011. The film was an adaption of Michael Morpurgo's novel, also entitled War Horse. Irvine was selected to play Albert Narracott, the main character, alongside other British actors, including Peter Mullan and Emily Watson—as Albert's father and mother, respectively. During production of the film, Irvine began to be represented by the Creative Artists Agency from July 2010, in addition to agents Hatton McEwan in the United Kingdom.

In April 2011, Variety reported that Irvine had been cast to play the role of Pip in a Mike Newell film production of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens against Helena Bonham Carter.

In October 2011, the Holly Reporter noted that Irvine was expected to play the young Eric Lomax in a film production of The Railway Man, with Colin Firth playing the older Lomax in the film.

 personal life
Irvine has had Type 1 Diabetes since the age of six and was involved in trials with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation to test an artificial pancreas; a form of automatic glucose meter attached to a portable insulin pump. The tests took place at Addenbrooke's Hospital with the University of Cambridge.

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