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Johnny Flynn is a Actor British born on 14 march 1983 at Cape Town (South africa)

Johnny Flynn

Johnny Flynn
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Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 14 march 1983 at Cape Town (South africa)
Death 19 july 1974 (at 8 years)

Johnny Flynn (born 14 March 1983) is a South African born English musician and actor.

He is the singer and songwriter for the band Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit. He is also known for being the lead actor in the television series Scrotal Recall.

Best films

The Rescuers (1977)
(Actor)
The Love Bug (1968)
(Actor)

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Filmography of Johnny Flynn (20 films)

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Beast
Beast (2018)
, 1h47
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Actors Johnny Flynn, Jessie Buckley, Geraldine James, Shannon Tarbet, Trystan Gravelle, Oliver Maltman
Roles Pascal
Rating69% 3.499213.499213.499213.499213.49921
Une femme vivant dans une communauté isolée est tiraillée entre sa famille oppressante et son attirance pour un inconnu soupçonné de meurtres.
Song One
Song One (2015)
, 1h26
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Actors Mary Steenburgen, Anne Hathaway, Al Thompson, Johnny Flynn, Lola Kirke, Ben Rosenfield
Roles James Forrester
Rating57% 2.8991952.8991952.8991952.8991952.899195
Franny Ellis (Anne Hathaway), an anthropology student, returns home from her PhD thesis work in Morocco to see her estranged brother, Henry (Ben Rosenfield), a musician who entered a coma after being hit by a car. To revive Henry and repair their relationship, Franny uses writings from Henry's journal to travel among New York City music clubs, where she takes notes on the phrases and music she observes. She fills Henry's sterile hospital room with familiar sounds and scents. Eventually, Franny meets Henry's favorite musician, James Forrester (Johnny Flynn), at his concert, and convinces him to play for Henry. Franny and James explore New York City through Henry's experiences, develop a romantic relationship, and Henry awakens.
Clouds of Sils Maria, 2h4
Directed by Olivier Assayas
Origin France
Genres Drama
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Chloë Grace Moretz, Kristen Stewart, Daniel Brühl, Juliette Binoche, Tom Sturridge, Johnny Flynn
Roles Christopher Giles
Rating66% 3.3498053.3498053.3498053.3498053.349805
Maria Enders (Juliette Binoche) is a famous international movie star and stage actress. She travels with a loyal young American assistant, Valentine (Kristen Stewart). She owes her career to having been cast, over 20 years earlier, in both the play and film versions of Maloja Snake by Wilhelm Melchior, a now elderly Swiss playwright. The play centers on the tempestuous relationship between a callous young girl ("Sigrid", a part that made then-18-year-old Maria famous) and a vulnerable older woman ("Helena") who is eventually driven to suicide after "Sigrid" takes advantage of her, squeezes everything she can out of her, then dumps her.
Something in the Air, 2h2
Directed by Olivier Assayas
Origin France
Genres Drama, Historical, Romance
Themes Films about anarchism
Actors Lola Créton, Clément Métayer, André Marcon, Félix de Givry, Johnny Flynn, Martin Loizillon
Rating63% 3.199213.199213.199213.199213.19921
During the 1970s a student named Gilles gets entangled in contemporary political turmoils although he would rather just be a creative artist. While torn between his solidarity to his friends and his personal ambitions he falls in love with Christine.
Crusade in Jeans
Directed by Ben Sombogaart
Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Historical
Themes Time travel films, Children's films
Actors Joe Flynn, Johnny Flynn, Stephanie Leonidas, Emily Watson, Benno Fürmann, Michael Culkin
Roles Rudolf 'Dolf' Vega
Rating60% 3.0498053.0498053.0498053.0498053.049805
Dolf is a 15-year-old boy from Rotterdam who plays for the junior national football team. At the beginning of the film, Dolf and his team are playing an important championship game against the Belgian team in the German city of Speyer, which they lose because of Dolf.
The Rescuers, 1h17
Directed by Art Stevens, Wolfgang Reitherman, Richard Rich, John Lounsbery
Origin USA
Genres Comedy-drama, Fantasy, Adventure, Musical, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Films about children, Politique, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Musical films, Political films, Buddy films, Children's films
Actors Eva Gabor, Bob Newhart, Geraldine Page, Joe Flynn, Johnny Flynn, Robie Lester
Roles Mr. Snoops (voice)
Rating68% 3.447893.447893.447893.447893.44789
In an abandoned river boat in Devil's Bayou, a young orphan named Penny drops a message in a bottle containing a plea for help into the river. The bottle washes up in New York City, where it is recovered by the Rescue Aid Society, an international mouse organization inside the United Nations. The Hungarian representative, Miss Bianca, volunteers to accept the case and chooses Bernard, a stammering janitor, as her co-agent. The two visit Morningside Orphanage, where Penny lived, and meet an old cat named Rufus. He tells them about a woman named Madame Medusa who once tried to lure Penny into her car and may have succeeded in abducting Penny this time.
The Strongest Man in the World, 1h32
Directed by Vincent McEveety
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Comic science fiction
Themes Films about education, Comedy science fiction films, Children's films
Actors Kurt Russell, Joe Flynn, Johnny Flynn, Eve Arden, Cesar Romero, Phil Silvers
Roles Dean Higgins
Rating59% 2.998622.998622.998622.998622.99862
Medfield College's Dean Higgins (Joe Flynn) is being fired for financial mismanagement because of extreme over-spending by Prof. Quigley's science class. Higgins finds out the high costs are for renting a cow to experiment on; they are feeding it various concoctions to make it fatter. In a rage, Higgins fires Quigley (yet again) then threatens to have his entire class thrown out of college. When the dean slams the door as he leaves, Dexter Riley's (Kurt Russell) chemical experiment mixes with that of another student, Richard Schuyler's vitamin cereal mix.
Superdad
Superdad (1973)
, 1h36
Directed by Vincent McEveety
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Children's films
Actors Bob Crane, Barbara Rush, Kurt Russell, Joe Flynn, Johnny Flynn, Kathleen Cody
Roles Cyrus Hershberger
Rating52% 2.612282.612282.612282.612282.61228
Charlie McCready (Bob Crane) tries to wrest his daughter Wendy (Kathleen Cody) from her childhood friends, whom he believes have no ambition. He especially disapproves of her boyfriend, Bart (Kurt Russell). Initially he makes a few attempts to bridge the generation gap, but he fails. Late in the summer, Wendy receives a letter informing her that she's won a full scholarship to her parents' alma mater, Huttington College. Unbeknownst to her, the letter is fake; her father has paid the first year's tuition himself, and had a friend at the college send the letter to her. He did this so Wendy would not attend City College with Bart and her other friends.
Now You See Him, Now You Don't, 1h28
Directed by Robert Butler, Christopher Hibler, Arthur J. Vitarelli
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Comic science fiction
Themes Films about education, Comedy science fiction films, Children's films
Actors Kurt Russell, Cesar Romero, Joe Flynn, Johnny Flynn, Jim Backus, William Windom
Roles Dean Eugene (E.J.) Higgins
Rating63% 3.153393.153393.153393.153393.15339
At Medfield College, science buff Dexter Riley and his friends, including Richard Schuyler and Debbie Dawson, eavesdrop via a hidden walkie-talkie on a board meeting led by Dean Eugene Higgins, discussing the small college's continuing precarious finances. Later that afternoon, Professor Lufkin shows Higgins around the science lab where Dexter is working on an experiment with invisibility and another student, Druffle, explores the flight of bumblebees. That night, unknown to anyone, during a powerful thunderstorm, the roof of the lab is struck by lightning, sending a current of electricity down a metal beam and through Dexter's complex experiment components. The next day, as Dexter examines his burnt equipment with dismay, Higgins meets with A. J. Arno, a recently released prisoner, who had also purchased Medfield's mortgage. When Dexter accidentally drops one half of his glasses into a container of his experimental formula, it appears as if the substance destroys them, but upon closer examination, Dexter realizes the frames are merely partially invisible. After several excited tests, Dexter boldly places his fingers in the liquid and they disappear. Schuyler and Debbie arrive and are horrified to see Dexter with a partial hand, but Dexter insists Schuyler test the substance as well, admitting only afterward that he does not yet have an antidote.
The Barefoot Executive, 1h36
Directed by Robert Butler
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Films about television, Children's films
Actors Joe Flynn, Wally Cox, Johnny Flynn, Heather North, John Ritter, Harry Morgan
Rating58% 2.9496652.9496652.9496652.9496652.949665
A satire of network television, the movie follows the adventures of an ambitious mailroom clerk, Steven Post (Russell) at the fictional UBC Network who discovers his girlfriend Jennifer Scott's (Heather North) pet chimpanzee has the supernatural ability to predict which television programs will receive the highest ratings, in which he blows a raspberry to shows that will bomb, or claps his hands in applause to shows that will be hits.
How to Frame a Figg, 1h43
Directed by Alan Rafkin
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Actors Don Knotts, Johnny Flynn, Joe Flynn, Yvonne Craig, Edward Andrews, Eddie Quillan
Roles Kermit Sanderson
Rating64% 3.2471353.2471353.2471353.2471353.247135
Hollis Figg is an earnest if not too bright man whose devoted friend is a local sanitation worker, and whose girlfriend is the equally earnest Ema, a pretty waitress at the diner across the street from City Hall, where Figg works as an accountant. When the Mayor, his staff, and Mr. Spaulding, the richest man in town, decide they need more cover for their shameless skimming from the city's coffers, they fire two of the three accountants in the basement and replace them with a computer named LEO (Large-Capacity Enumerating Officiator), keeping Figg whom they deem the dimmest of the three to run the computer that he barely comprehends. When Figg unexpectedly (and quite accidentally) stumbles upon discrepancies in a road works budget, they promote him to the "third floor," distract him with a new Cadillac and a sexy assistant (Yvonne Craig) who is able to manipulate him into signing any form or check that she places on his desk. Of course the curvaceous secretary doesn't sit too well with Ema, either.
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, 1h31
Directed by Robert Butler, Christopher Hibler, Arthur J. Vitarelli
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Comic science fiction
Themes Films about education, Films about computing, Films about television, Comedy science fiction films, Children's films
Actors Kurt Russell, Cesar Romero, Joe Flynn, Johnny Flynn, William Schallert, Alan Hewitt
Roles Dean Higgins
Rating61% 3.0503353.0503353.0503353.0503353.050335
Dexter Reilly (Kurt Russell) and his friends attend small, private Medfield College, which cannot afford to buy a computer. The students persuade wealthy businessman A.J. Arno (Cesar Romero) to donate an old computer to the college. Arno is the secret head of a large illegal gambling ring, which used the computer for its operations.
The Love Bug, 1h48
Directed by Robert Stevenson, Christopher Hibler, Arthur J. Vitarelli
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Fantasy
Themes Sports films, Transport films, Films about automobiles, Auto racing films, Road movies, Children's films
Actors Dean Jones, Michele Lee, David Tomlinson, Buddy Hackett, Johnny Flynn, Joe Flynn
Roles Havershaw
Rating64% 3.247513.247513.247513.247513.24751
In 1968, Jim Douglas is a down-on-his luck racing driver, reduced to competing in demolition derby races against drivers half his age. Jim lives in an old fire house overlooking San Francisco Bay with his friend and mechanic, Tennessee Steinmetz, a jolly Brooklynite who constantly extols the virtues of spiritual enlightenment, having spent time amongst Buddhist monks in Tibet, and builds "art" from car parts. After yet another race ends in a crash (and Tennessee turns his Edsel into a sculpture), Jim finds himself without a car and heads into town in search of some cheap wheels. He is enticed into an upmarket European car showroom after setting eyes on an attractive sales assistant, Carole Bennett. Jim witnesses the dealership's British owner, Peter Thorndyke, being unnecessarily abusive towards a white Volkswagen Beetle that rolls into the showroom, and defends the car's honor, much to Thorndyke's displeasure. The following morning Jim is shocked to find that the car is parked outside his house and that Thorndyke is pressing charges for grand theft. A heated argument between Jim and Thorndyke is settled when Carole persuades Thorndyke to drop the charges if Jim buys the car on a system of monthly payments.
Divorce American Style, 1h49
Directed by Bud Yorkin
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Actors Dick Van Dyke, Debbie Reynolds, Jason Robards, Jean Simmons, Van Johnson, Lee Grant
Roles Lionel Blandsforth
Rating62% 3.14973.14973.14973.14973.1497
After seventeen years of marriage, affluent Los Angeles suburban couple Richard Harmon (Van Dyke) and his wife Barbara (Reynolds) seem to have it all, but they're constantly bickering. When they discover they can no longer communicate, even to argue, they make an effort to salvage their relationship through counseling. But after catching each other emptying their joint bank accounts (at the urging of friends), they file for divorce.