Jamie Dornan confesses he lost his father while in quarantine in Australia: The worst year of his life
Jamie Dornan, best known for his role in "50 Shades of Gray" in a recent story, reveals that he was isolated in a hotel in Australia before the filming of "The Tourist" when he received the devastating news of his death. of the father.
With travel and quarantine restrictions in place, he was unable to fly to his home country of Northern Ireland to be with his family.
Jamie, who had not seen his father for 18 months due to blockages and filming, told The Sun: "It has been a brutal time for many reasons and for many people. We're all just trying to pull it off and get on the other side - and hopefully have our heads intact. '
With the loss of his father, the 50 Shades Of Gray star admitted that 2021 had become the 'worst ... and hardest year' of his life, adding: 'I was submissive, early in my life and now, for much pain and loss. '
The earliest loss he referred to was the death of his mother Lorna from pancreatic cancer when he was just 16 years old.
In the last film, set in the 1960s, he plays a character named Pa, who works in England and thinks of transferring his family there amid conflicts.
And Jamie admitted that the story felt deeply personal to him, as it hurts that he was away from his little girls for a long time.
The actor shares daughters Dulcie, eight, Elva, five, and two-year-old Alberta with wife Amelia Warner, 39, whom he married in 2013.