Swindells in January 2019
Connor Ryan Swindells
19 September 1996
He started acting in 2015, when he saw an audition poster for a local play and his friend dared him to audition; he got the lead role. He then acted in two more local plays and got an agent at the end of the third play.
In March 2017, Swindells was cast to replace Joe Alwyn as Donald in The Vanishing, a Scottish psychological thriller film directed by Kristoffer Nyholm, starring Gerard Butler and Peter Mullan. Principal photography started in April 2017, it was released on 4 January 2019.
In 2018, he starred as Adam in the drama film VS. directed by Ed Lilly.
In 2019, he appeared alongside Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson in the Netflix comedy-drama series Sex Education as Adam Groff, the headmaster's son who's a bully and has a tense relationship with his father. His performance was met with a positive reaction from the public.
|2019||The Vanishing||Donald McArthur|
|2017||Harlots||Mostyn||Episode: "Episode #1.3"|
|Jamestown||Fletcher||Episode: "Episode #1.5"|
|2019–present||Sex Education||Adam Groff||Main role; 8 episodes|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2017||Screen International||Stars of Tomorrow||Himself||Won|||
|2019||MTV Movie Awards|||Best Kiss (with Ncuti Gatwa)||Sex Education||Nominated|||
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- Bradshaw, Peter (19 October 2018). "VS. review – the 8 Mile of Southend". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 14 January 2019.
- Prance, Sam (16 January 2019). "'Sex Education' stars Connor Swindells and Aimee Lou Wood are dating IRL". PopBuzz. Retrieved 20 January 2019.
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- "MTV Movie & TV Awards 2019: The Complete List of Nominations". E!. 14 May 2019. Retrieved 17 July 2019.