Like Liam Neeson or Daniel Craig, Finnegan Oldfield is a Liverpool Football Club fan. And just like his fellow Britons, he likes to explore radically different worlds from one film to the next.He starred in Nabil Ben Yadi’s “The Marchers”,Tristan Aurouet’s “Mineurs 27” and Clément Cogitore’s “Ni le ciel, ni la terre” – he received an acting award at the Jean Carmet Festival. He was noted for his part as the son of François Damiens in Thomas Bidegain’s “Les Cowboys”.From then on, this native of Lewes, in the south-east of England, became a key figure in French cinema.

We find him in a “Bang Gang (A Modern Love Story)”organised by Eva Husson, in a supermarket for a “Nocturama” orchestrated by Bertrand Bonello, in “Heal the Living” for Katell Quillévéré, in Eric Barbier’s “La Promesses de l’aube”. He then played the lead role in “Marvin ou la belle éducation” for Anne Fontaine and as “Le Poulain” of Alexandra Lamy for Mathieu Sapin.

After embarking on the space odyssey in “Gagarine” directed by Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh, he is now back on Earth in “La Terre des hommes” by Naël Marandin and plays the main role in the series “Gone for Good” on Netflix.