Dominic Cooper

Submitted by on Oct 28, 2015

Dominic Cooper

After school Thomas Tallis, Dominic did, and later graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. It was 2000, and Cooper, firmly decided to link their lives with the movie, got a job on television, where he occasionally fall to minor roles.

Author: Pauline Chelpanova

Actor Dominic Cooper (Dominic Cooper) was born in 1978 in London, where he spent his childhood. After graduating from the school of Thomas Tallis, Dominic did, and later graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. It was 2000, and Cooper, firmly decided to link their lives with the movie, got a job on television, where he occasionally fall to minor roles. So, with television and began his career – in 2001 he was cast in the movie Justin Hardy’s ‘The Gentleman Thief’, and then in the course of this year and played in four films, two of which were not television. The same 2001 brought a young actor, and another fortune – then Dominic Cooper made his debut at the National Theatre in London. A little later he had already performed on Broadway in the play “The History Boys” in the role of Dakin, then played in the film adaptation of the same name it.

However, the most successful and remembered by the public role of Cooper is still the role of Skye in the musical ‘Mamma Mia!’.

In 2002, Cooper played in the drama Patrick Harkins ‘last curtain’ (The Final Curtain); in 2003 and it – in the comedy musical melodrama Craig Ferguson ‘I’ll be there’ (I’ll Be There); and – in the Romanian-British military-historical thriller Bill Anderson ‘Warrior Princess’ (Boudica), spoke about the Celtic queen Boaditsee.

In 2006, he reprized his role as Dakin, known to him on Broadway in the comedy drama Nicholas Hytner’s “The History Boys’ (The History Boys). In the same year, Cooper appeared in the comedy drama by Tom Vaughan ‘Getting into the top ten’ (Starter for 10).

Quite a substantial role went to actor in 2008 in ‘prison’

thriller Rupert Wyatt ‘Jailbreak’ (The Escapist).

‘The Duchess’ (The Duchess) Saul Dibb, released in rent in 2008 received more than one award, including the Oscar. Cooper played in this biographical drama Charles Grey – positive character, a young man, the future prime minister of England.

The main role – Dave – Cooper received a remarkable drama Dominic Savage ‘Freefall’ (Freefall) in 2009. In the same year, Dominic gets in a small but very strong cast of the drama by Peter Howitt ‘David Copperfield’ (David Copperfield). One of the recent is the role in the drama Lone Scherfig ‘Education (An Education) and John Krasinski film’ Short Interviews with Hideous Men ‘(Brief Interviews with Hideous Men), is a series of interviews where Dominic Cooper – one of the interviewees. The basis of this film went to the same name by David Foster Wallace’s book, published in 1999.

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