At 43 years old, James McAvoy has this physical status:
His religious views are not known.
St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School
Dating / Affair
Emma Neilson (1995-2002), Anne-Marie Duff (2004-2016), Alexandra Shipp (2016), Lisa Liberati (2016-Present)
James McAvoy, Sr., Elizabeth
Joy McAvoy (Younger Sister) (Singer), Donald McAvoy (Paternal Younger Half-Brother)
Mary (Maternal Grandmother), James Johnstone (Butcher) (Maternal Grandfather)
- James McAvoy Jr. (; born 21 April 1979) is a Scottish actor.
- He made his acting debut as a teen in The Near Room (1995) and made mostly television appearances until 2003, when his feature film career began.
- His notable television work includes the thriller State of Play and the science fiction mini-series Frank Herbert's Children of Dune.
- He has performed in several West End productions and received three nominations for the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor, and has also done voice work for animated films including Gnomeo & Juliet, its sequel, Sherlock Gnomes, and Arthur Christmas. In 2003, McAvoy appeared in a lead role in Bollywood Queen.
- This was followed by a supporting role, the faun Mr. Tumnus, in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005).
- His performance in Kevin Macdonald's drama The Last King of Scotland (2006) garnered him several award nominations, including the BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor.
- The critically acclaimed romantic drama war film Atonement (2007) earned him a Golden Globe Award nomination and his second BAFTA nomination.
- He later appeared as a newly trained assassin in the action thriller Wanted (2008). In 2011, McAvoy played Professor Charles Xavier in the superhero film X-Men: First Class (2011), a role he reprised in X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014), X-Men: Apocalypse (2016), Deadpool 2 (2018) and Dark Phoenix (2019).
- McAvoy starred in the crime comedy-drama film Filth (2013), for which he won Best Actor in the British Independent Film Awards.
- In 2016, he portrayed Kevin Crumb, a man with 23 alternate personalities, in M.Night Shyamalan's Split, for which he received critical acclaim, and later reprised the role for the 2019 sequel Glass.