Jonah Hauer-King is an actor, musician and long standing friend of Connolly, currently living in London. His career began on stage at the Lyric Belfast, and as a member of the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s season at the Garrick Theatre.
He has gone on to appear in a number of film and television productions. He took lead roles in the BBC miniseries ’Little Women’ and ‘Howard’s End’, and will soon star in their major WW2 series ‘World on Fire’. He has also worked extensively on film, most recently seen in the critically acclaimed ‘Old Boys’, and ‘A Dog’s Way Home’.
Later this year, he will be seen in ‘Once Upon A Time in Staten Island’ alongside Naomi Watts, and WW2 drama ‘Song of Names’. He is a musician and writer, with his music being featured in, amongst others, BFI’s film ‘Postcards From London’.