Watch 5 Songs From The Fifty Shades of Gray Actor’s Movies

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Irish actor Jamie Dornan turns 40 on Sunday. The model-turned-actor who rose to fame through the Fifty Shades of Gray film series recently starred in Oscar-nominated Belfast. Dornan made his acting debut in 2006 with Marie Antoinette. He then delivered impressive acting performances in the TV series The Fall from 2013 to 2016. To celebrate the actor’s birthday, we’ve curated a list of some of the best songs from his movies:

Down To Joy by Van Morrison

Dornan’s last film, Belfast, featured many Morrison songs, however, it was Down To Joy that earned an Oscar nomination this year. Directed by Kenneth Branagh, Belfast chronicles the socio-political drama that unfolded in Northern Ireland in the 70s. The film stars Judi Dench, Caitriona Balfe and Jude Hill. The film earned seven Oscar nominations this year.

Won by The Weeknd

Another song from Dornan’s 2015 film Fifty Shades of Gray, Earned It is a slow R&B song sung by Canadian recording artist The Weeknd which earned an Oscar nomination in 2016. The film starred Dornan as the tycoon business Christian Gray who had an eccentric sexual personality. Directed by Sam Taylor Johnson, Fifty Shades of Gray also starred Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele.

I don’t want to live forever by Zayn Malik and Taylor Swift

From the movie Fifty Shades Darker, this song is another hit from Dornan’s second installment of the Fifty Shades franchise. The song also marked a rare collaboration between former One Direction singer Zayn Malik and American pop star Taylor Swift.

Love Me Like You Do by Ellie Goulding

One of the most recognizable songs from the Fifty Shades series. This enchanting romantic song is sung by British singer Ellie Goulding and is featured on Dornan and Johnson.

Schukulu and Coyle Girelli’s Bittersweet Symphony

This song is part of Dornan’s 2018 film My Dinner with Hervé. Written and directed by Sacha Gervasi, the TV movie is based on the last days of actor Hervé Villechaize. The film stars Peter Dinklage as Villechaize and Dornan as a struggling journalist and recounts an event that changed the latter’s life. The film was released on HBO Max and also featured Andy García as Villechaize’s Fantasy Island co-star Ricardo Montalbán.

Happy Birthday Jamie Dornan!

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