Jamie Dornan is a Northern Irish actor and model who grew up in the suburbs of Belfast. He first found fame as a successful model for the likes of Dior, Aquascutum and Armani but really hit the big time when he stripped off and posed in his pants for a series of steamy black and white photos with both Kate Moss and Eva Mendes as the face (and body) of Calvin Klein underwear. A high-profile romance with Keira Knightley followed, who he dated between 2003 and 2005, before Jamie landed his first acting role in Sofia Coppola's film 'Marie Antoinette' playing Axel von Fersen. A critically acclaimed role as serial killer Paul Spector opposite 'X Files' star Gillian Anderson in the BBC Two crime drama series 'The Fall' followed, before he went global after replacing Charlie Hunnam to play Christian Grey opposite Dakota Fanning as Anastasia Steele, in the much-hyped and massively successful big screen adaption of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' in 2015. He married English actress and singer-songwriter Amelia Warner in Somerset on 27 April 2013. In June 2013, the couple confirmed they were expecting their first child. Warner gave birth to a girl, Dulcie, in late November 2013.