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Johnny Harris stars in "Fortitude" on Pivot as Ronnie Morgan.

Johnny Harris was born in Lambeth, South East London, England, and at the age of 16 won the Junior ABA National Boxing Title. He then embarked on a three-year acting course at Lambeth's Morley College and started his career in the fringe theaters of London. His first screen role was the lead in Sara Dunlop's short film "Big," which won the Best Film Award at the Rushes Short Film Festival in 2000. In the same year Harris was cast in his first feature film, Paul McGuigan's "Gangster No. 1."
Harris' first breakthrough role came in 2006 with a critically acclaimed performance in Paul Andrew Williams's multi award-winning and BAFTA-nominated feature film "London to Brighton." Harris has gone on to work with directors including Steven Spielberg, Woody Allen, Guy Ritchie, Joe Wright and Terry Gilliam, and in 2009 Harris won the Best Actor Award at the Brest European Short Film Festival for his performance in the short film "Leaving." In the same year he also played James Vane in Ealing Studios' "Dorian Gray" and starred alongside Sean Bean in "Black Death," as well as giving his first motion capture performance in "Ultramarines: The Movie," alongside John Hurt and Terence Stamp. In 2010 Harris starred alongside Noel Clarke in Ben Miller's directorial debut "Huge."

Harris' next breakthrough came in 2011 in Shane Meadows highly acclaimed and multi-award winning "This Is England '86." Harris was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor and a Royal Television Society Best Actor Award for his portrayal of an abusive father, Mick, in the show. In 2012 Harris worked with Shane Meadows again, reprising his role for the follow up series "This Is England '88." The show won the BAFTA Award for Best Mini-Series, and in the same year he starred as Neil Valentine in a six-part BBC Three drama "The Fades," written by Jack Thorne, who co-wrote "This is England '86-'88." The show also won the BAFTA that year for Best Drama Series.
In summer 2012 Harris appeared as one of the eight dwarves, alongside Bob Hoskins, Ray Winstone, Ian McShane, Nick Frost, Toby Jones, Eddie Marsan and Brian Gleeson in Universal Pictures' "Snow White and the Huntsman," starring Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth. In 2013 Harris again received critical acclaim for his performance in "Welcome to the Punch," directed by Eran Creevey and co-produced by Ridley Scott, in which Harris starred alongside James McAvoy, Mark Strong, Peter Mullen, Andrea Riseborough and David Morrissey. Harris also starred in "Morning," a short film directed by Cathy Brady. The film won the Irish BAFTA and was nominated in the European Film Academy Prix UIP Awards. 
Harris more recently starred opposite Liev Schreiber and Elias Koteas in "The Last Days on Mars," which was an official selection for the Director's Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013, and played the lead role in "Monsters: Dark Continent," the follow up to "Monsters," Gareth Edward's hit film of 2010.

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