Charlie Hunnam is an English actor best known for his starring role as Jackson 'Jax' Teller, SAMCRO's president and the son of its founder, in the television drama series Sons of Anarchy.
He is also known to international audiences for his role as Bosie in the 2003 feature film Cold Mountain; and for playing the title role in the 2002 film Nicholas Nickleby.
Hunnam appeared with Elijah Wood in the independent film Green Street Hooligans about the violent world of soccer hooliganism. He then starred opposite Clive Owen in Alfonso Cuaron's apocalyptic drama Children of Men.
Hunnam made his big screen debut in the Paramount thriller Abandon and continued to gain attention for his performance in the title role of the big screen adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel Nicholas Nickelby, which received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Picture.
He next appeared as Bosie in the Miramax feature Cold Mountain for director Anthony Minghella based on the best selling novel by Charles Frazier.
On the small screen, Hunnam received audience and critical acclaim for his role in the hit British drama, Queer as Folk. In this show about two gay friends, Hunnam played the role of Nathan, a 15-year-old on the lookout for older men. Hunnam also played the same role in the follow-up television mini-series, Queer As Folk 2.
He also starred in the critically acclaimed FOX series Undeclared for Judd Apatow, playing the suave theatre major from Britain who enlightened his roommate to women.
Other feature credits include Peter Hewitt's Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? for USA Films.
In addition to his acting talents, Hunnam recently completed his first screenplay entitled VLAD. This project is currently set up at Summit Entertainment with Eric Feig and Plan B producing.