Magazine article Screen International

Jack Lowden, UK Stars of Tomorrow 2014

Magazine article Screen International

Jack Lowden, UK Stars of Tomorrow 2014

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ACTOR: Although he has been tied to several long-running theatre gigs since leaving college, Jack Lowden has already made a serious impression for a 23 year old.

The actor won an Olivier award in April ("quite cool," he says bashfully) for his role in Almeida Theatre's revival of Ibsen's Ghosts, a role that also netted him the Ian Charleson Award in May.

His brief flashes onscreen herald greater things to come in film, however. First, in Sky's The Tunnel (a remake of The Bridge), where he played the key tragic role of Stephen Dillane's son, and then in Yann Demange's '71, both shot last year.

Lowden, who hails from Oxton in the Scottish Borders and comes from a "non-arty" home (although his brother dances with the Royal Swedish Ballet), left the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, now the Royal Conservatoire, a year early in 2011 to join an international touring production of Black Watch. …

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