Actor Jack Farthing movies you must watch

The English actor is known for his work both in films and television

The 36-year-old English actor is famous for portraying the role of Freddie Threepwood in the television series Blandings. Followed by his essaying with ease, the characterization of a villain named George Warleggan in the BBC One drama series Poldark gained him tremendous success. However, Jack Farthing made his big-screen debut with the 2014 British drama film The Riot Club as George Balfour. And lately, he gained immense recognition with his featuring in the Kristen Stewart movie based on a day in Princess Diana’s life, Spencer, for the portrayal of Charles, Prince of Wales. So here is a listing of the other movies of Jack Farthing that you can enjoy watching.

The Riot Club

This 2014 British thriller drama film by director Lone Scherfig is based on and scriptwriter Laura Wade’s 2010 play Posh. The film features Sam Claflin, Max Irons, and Douglas Booth, besides Jack Farthing. The plot of the film revolves around a fictional all-male, exclusive dining club at the University of Oxford called Riot Club. Hence, you get the title of the film. The movie opens on Alistair, played by Sam Claflin, and Miles, played by Max Irons, starting their first year at Oxford University. The two at the University are met with many differences owing to their ideologies and political leanings. Jack Farthing essays the role of George Balfour, who is a ‘country gentleman’ from an old landowning family.

Burn Burn Burn

This 2015 British black comedy film is Chanya Button’s directorial debut. Written by Charlie Covell, the film is inspired by the 1957 author Jack Kerouac’s novel titled On the Road and is absolutely in a true sense a coming-of-age tale. The story of the film follows two girls, Seph, played by Laura Carmichael and Alex, played by Chloe Pirrie. The two girls head out on a road trip following the instructions of their close friend Dan essayed by Jack Farthing, as where he wanted his ashes to be scattered. The film gets interesting when the ashes – stored in a Tupperware container in the glove compartment – keep lowering in quantity as the trip progresses.

Official Secrets

This 2019 British drama film is based on the case of whistleblower Katharine Gun. The whistleblower has leaked a memo that exposed an illegal spying operation by American and British intelligence services to gauge the sentiment of and potentially blackmail United Nations diplomats tasked to vote on a resolution regarding the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Jack Farthing’s television series are Pramface, Silk, Blandings, Dancing on the Edge, Da Vinci’s Demons, Agatha Christie’s Poirot, Blandings, Cilla, The ABC Murders, Donald Fraser and Chloe.

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