Birth Date: April 16, 1987
Age: 36 years old
Birth Place: London, England, UK
Born in England and raised in the Chelsea section of London, Jack Cutmore-Scott was "almost accidentally" cast in in his first tiny on-stage role. Quickly enamored of the craft, he studied with the British National Youth Theatre before attending London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. He performed his own original play "Making a Scene" at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to much acclaim. Soon, Cutmore-Scott brought his talents across the pond, to the Harvard University School of Performing Arts. There he was involved in many aspects of theatrical productions, including writing and directing. In 2010, Cutmore-Scott made his US professional debut as the title role in the Publick Theatre Boston production of "Entertaining Mr. Sloane." His breakout year appeared to be 2014, when he performed in the Shakespeare in the Park production of "Much Ado About Nothing," and also made his professional on-screen debut in director Matthew Vaughn's update on the James Bond genre, "The Kingsman: The Secret Service" (2014). In 2015 he appeared in the British TV movie "The Go Between" (BBC, 2015). He was then set to appear as the lead in the high-profile TV comedy "Cooper Barrett's Guide To Surviving Life" (Fox 2016), created by actor-writer Jay Lacopo.