Oliver Jackson-Cohen Net Worth

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Oliver Jackson-Cohen Net Worth: Oliver Jackson-Cohen was born in Westminster, London, England in December 1986. He got an agent aft ear part in a play in the Lyric Theatre. In 2010 he made his movie introductions in the films Going the Distance and Faster. Jackson Cohen starred as Prince Williams in the 2011 TV series Will & Kate: Before Happy Ever After. He also starred in the 2011 movie What’s Your Number? and the 2012 film The Raven. In 2012 he starred as Ralph in the TV mini-series World Without End. He starred Roddy in the 2013 TV series Mr. Selfridge and starred as Jonathan Harker in the show Dracula from 2013 to 2014. Jackson Cohen is scheduled to appear in the approaching TV mini-series The Secret Rive as well as the movie Despite the Falling Snow.

Quick Facts

Birth date: October 24, 1986
Birth place: Westminster, United Kingdom
Height:6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Profession:Actor, Model
Education:Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle
Nationality:United Kingdom
Parents:David Cohen, Betty Jackson
Siblings:Pascale Jackson-Cohen
Nominations:AACTA Award for Best Lead Actor in a Television Drama
Movies:The Healer, Despite the Falling Snow, The Raven, What's Your Number?, Faster, Going the Distance
TV shows:The Secret River, Dracula, Emerald City

Interesting Facts

1Attended French school at the Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle in London.
2Engaged to 'Dracula (TV series)' co-star Jessica De Gouw. [2013]
3His father was born in Israel and raised in France. His mother is English.
4Studied with Michael Luggio at the Malisa Theatre Academy.
5Washed vases at a florist before landing first major role in Lark Rise to Candleford.
6Favourite actresses are Scarlett Johansson, Emmanuelle Béart and Michelle Pfeiffer.
7He secured a place at New York's prestigious Lee Strasberg acting school, but delayed enrolling so that he could be in Lark Rise to Candleford.
8He is the son of designer Betty Jackson and David Cohen, who is French-Israeli, is his mother's business partner.


1I've been offered quite a few network shows, over the past couple of years, and always turned them down because I never wanted the commitment. The way that it works in America, you do a pilot and then you wait, and I just thought that wasn't really what I was interested in doing, in that moment. And then, I was filming another show (Mr Selfridge (2013)) in the U.K. that went out on PBS in America, and they called me and said, "They're making Dracula (1992)." My immediate reaction was, "No!" And then, they said, "Jonathan Rhys Meyers has been cast as Dracula," and I thought, "Oh, fuck, that's genius! That's genius casting!" So I said, "Okay." They said, "NBC is making it. They're only doing 10 episodes for the first season." I think it's very rare, as an actor, that you get to a script, or an idea of a script, and you go, "Oh, I just have to do that!" It fell into place very quickly.
2There's so much fakeness in the fashion world, but Mum and Dad have always given us a good work ethic and were quite worried at first about whether I could make a living from acting. They've been together for 29 years and share the same values. I really do want to have that kind of marriage myself.
3I went to the premier of Stardust (2007) which starred Michelle Pfeiffer. I nearly died when I saw her on the red carpet - she's so beautiful.
4I had this maroon 'Lion King' tracksuit that my mum couldn't take off me. I wore it until the sleeves ended at my elbows and the trousers ended at my knees.
5Acting gives me an adrenalin rush I don't get from anything else.
6I remember being told very early on, 'Just say what they want to hear in the audition, and we'll figure it out later on.' So there have been a few tricky moments. I once said I could ride, when the truth is I'm terrified of horses, but I got the job!
7It's never fun having to bulk up for a job on an action film, then lose weight for another role. I don't actually mind working out, but it's the diet: I'm half-French, so I love my food, and boiled chicken breast for breakfast is not my idea of a good meal.
8I love Dior and Commes des Garcons, but I can't really afford them.
9When I started acting, everyone told me to get a backup in case it didn't work out; if there was something else I could have done, I would have done it. Acting should never be your chosen path if you can help it.
10For a long time, I so badly wanted to work with Jeremy Piven, and I ended up on Mr Selfridge (2013) with him. He was such a character - so brilliant to work with.
11It's like a cross between Passion of the Christ and Spooks. I play a Knight Templar called Colm who's a pretty sick guy - it was nice to have a role so different to Philip.


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Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016AACTA AwardAustralian Film InstituteBest Lead Actor in a Television DramaThe Secret River (2015)




Bonekickers2008TV SeriesColm
Lark Rise to Candleford2008TV SeriesPhillip White
The Time of Your Life2007TV SeriesMarcus
Emerald City2017TV SeriesLucas
The Healer2017Alec Bailey
Despite the Falling Snow2016Misha
The Secret River2015TV Mini-SeriesWilliam Thornhill
The Great Fire2014TV Mini-SeriesJames, Duke of York
Dracula2013-2014TV SeriesJonathan Harker
Mr Selfridge2013TV SeriesRoddy
World Without End2012TV Mini-SeriesRalph
The Raven2012/IJohn Cantrell
What's Your Number?2011Eddie Vogel
Will & Kate: Before Happily Ever After2011TV SeriesPrince William
Going the Distance2010Damon

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Access Hollywood2017TV SeriesHimself

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