Jack O’Connell is an English actor from Alvaston, Derby. He started at the Central Junior Television Workshop in nearby Nottingham and his first movie was “This Is England” in 2006. O’Connell breakthrough was the role as James Cook on the teen series “Skins”. He is also famous for his roles in the movies such as “Starred Up”, “’71” and “Unbroken”. O’Connell won award like BAFTA Award, Trophée Chopard, Dublin International Film Festival Award etc.
O’Connell had also some tattoos on his body. On his right shoulder you will find the words “Jack the Lad” (probably from Americanism “Billy the Kid”) which was his nickname at school. The tattoo of happy and sad (theatrical) masks is placed below.
The tattoo on his left arm look like a Thai styled tattoo.