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Jack Davenport stars as Lloyd Simcoe on ABC's drama, "FlashForward."

Until his role as Commodore James Norrington in "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl," Jack Davenport was probably best known to American audiences for his role as Peter Smith-Kingsley in the critically acclaimed "The Talented Mr. Ripley." Jack Davenport can also soon be seen in Working Title's comedy "The Boat That Rocked," directed by Richard Curtis.

Jack Davenport made his film debut in Mike Leigh's "Career
Jack Davenport on "Flash Forward"
Jack Davenport Flash Forward
Girls." Jack Davenport's other credits include "Fierce Creatures," "Tale of the Mummy," "The Wisdom of Crocodiles," "The Bunker" and "The Wedding Date." He also appeared and executive produced two acclaimed short films, "Ticks" and "Subterrain." Following the completion of his work in "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End," Jack Davenport return to Great Britain to take on the leading role of the feature film "The Key Man," also starring Brian Cox and Hugo Weaving.

On television, Jack Davenport had a lead role in "Swingtown" and has been seen in the series "Ultraviolet" and "Coupling," as well as "The Real Jane Austen," co-starring Anna Chancellor; "The Wyvern Mystery," with Derek Jacobi and Iain Glen for the BBC; a six-part series for Britain's Channel Four, "Ultraviolet"; two series of the BBC's award-winning "This Life" and its anniversary special "This Life+10"; and the miniseries "Dickens," in which he portrayed Charles Dickens' son; and "Mary Bryant."

Jack Davenport has appeared on radio in "A Clockwork Orange" and "The Cruel Sea." Jack Davenport also participated in a special recording of "Man and Superman" with Ralph Fiennes, Judi Dench and Juliet Stevenson to mark 30 years of radio plays.

Jack Davenport was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award for his role in the critically acclaimed production of "The Servant" at the Lyric Theatre and appeared in London's West End in his much-praised one-man show entitled "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People." Most recently, while on hiatus from his work on "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End," Jack Davenport starred in Gorki's "Enemies" at London's famed Almeida Theatre.

Born in London, England, Jack Davenport studied literature and film at the University of East Anglia. Jack Davenport is the son of actors Maria Aitken and Nigel Davenport and is married to actress Michelle Gomez.



JACK DAVENPORT: FACTS

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Age: 41 years old
Birthday: March 1, 1973
Height: 6' 2"
Birthplace: Suffolk, England, UK
Hometown: London, England, UK
Current Residence: California
Wife: Michelle Gomez





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