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Jonathan Rhys-Meyers Biography
Irish actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers played King Henry VIII in four seasons of the history-is-sexy series The Tudors (2007-2010).
Rhys Meyers — whose real name is Johnny O’Keefe — was discovered by a talent agent and made his movie debut in 1994’s A Man of No Importance.
Rail-thin and slightly androgynous, Rhys-Meyers has played both sinister and sexy in small parts and leading roles.
After The Tudors, he played a famous vampire in the series Dracula (2013-14) and joined the cast of Vikings in 2017.
Actress Natalie Dormer played Anne Boleyn to his Henry VIII in Tudors.