Jack Cutmore-Scott is a British actor, one of several who have moved across the Atlantic, adopted an American accent and turned into a leading man on American television.
But unlike, say, Freddie Highmore (The Good Doctor, 2017 to present) or Dan Stevens (Legion, 2017 to present), the 31-year-old former Londoner has not had much work experience in Britain, having jumped into American films and television shortly after graduating from Harvard University with a degree in English Literature. He "went over for uni and stuck around", as he says in a previous interview.
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