The Get Out star, nominated for a Best Actor Oscar for his performance in Jordan Peele’s feature debut, was born in London, where he still resides.
Unlike Jax Teller, Charlie Hunnam is no California boy; the Sons of Anarchy star is English.
While many think this Oscar nominee is Australian, she was actually born in Shoreham, Kent and spent many years of her youth in England before moving Down Under when she was 14.
Dr. Gregory House is English! Surprise!
Your former friendly neighborhood Spider-Man wasn’t always web-slinging around Manhattan; he grew up in Surrey, England.
Naomie Harris got her first Oscar nomination for playing a Miamian in Moonlight, but showed off her London roots playing Eve Moneypenny in the Bond movies Skyfall and Spectre.
His American accent might have kicked ass in Kick-Ass, but Aaron Taylor-Johnson is English.
Convincing as his accent may be on The Walking Dead, Andrew Lincoln is, in fact, English. (He’s in Love Actually! That’s a tell-tale sign!)
Remember, if they’re in Love Actually, they’re actually English. That goes for 12 Years a Slave star Chiwetel Ejiofor, too.
The truth is out there. And the truth is that Gillian Anderson is British-American.
Don’t be fooled by his flawless American accent; the Billions star’s real Homeland is England.
The Christine star is a Londoner, not an Ohioan.
From We’re the Millers to Detroit, Poulter has played American so much you might never suspect he’s from London.
Her British accent might have been Gone Girl, but the Oscar-nominated actress is from England.
Whatever Preacher would have you think, Dominic Cooper is no Texan, but a Londoner.
Unlike Hannibal‘s Louisianian Will Graham, Hugh Dancy is English.
The star of The Americans is no American (or Russian, for that matter). Matthew Rhys is, in fact, Welsh.
Welcome to the U.K., bitch! The O.C.‘s Marissa Cooper is British-American.
You might not realize it for his talent for accents, but Michael Sheen is Welsh.
Despite his True Blood southern drawl, true British blood runs through Stephen Moyer’s veins.