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Charlie Hunnam’s female fans are…we’re going with “aggressive.” It’s no secret that the 35-year-old actor has an army of female fans who will defend him online at the drop of a hat.
Because Hunnam has such a rabid following, his girlfriend of eleven years, Morgana Mc Nelis, gets a lot of hostility online and Charlie has had enough!
He is known for his roles as Jackson "Jax" Teller in the FX drama series Sons of Anarchy (2008–14), Pete Dunham in Green Street (2005), Nathan Maloney in the Channel 4 drama Queer as Folk (1999–2000), Lloyd Haythe in the Fox comedy series Undeclared (2001–02), the title role in Nicholas Nickleby (2002), Raleigh Becket in Pacific Rim (2013), Percy Fawcett in The Lost City of Z (2017), and in the title role of Guy Ritchie's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017).
Hunnam was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, the son of William "Billy" Hunnam (1952–2013), a scrap metal merchant, and Jane (née Bell) Hunnam, a business owner.
“I had the benefit of shooting in Colombia, where they have rather lovely and somewhat cheap emeralds,” Hunnam said.
“My girlfriend is a jewelry designer, so I was able to come back with an appropriately sized gift.
That said, I’m currently assigned to the junket tomorrow so instead of writing two posts about the premiere and the interviews with the cast, I’ll group it all together for a full post on Monday.
Full Story King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword, directed by Guy Ritchie, starring Charlie Hunnam, came out in May and nobody cared.
A production manager for the Newcastle-based children's show Byker Grove approached him and Hunnam was later cast in his first role as Jason in three episodes of the show.
He also had a brief modeling career where he did a shoot for Kangols Caps and then decided modeling was not for him.
He followed this up with his role as Daz in the film Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? His career expanded to include a recurring role as Gregor Ryder in the WB series Young Americans.
He stated that he had not acted in 18 months and was so broke that if he had not managed to sell the script he would have had to sell his house and move back to Britain to live with his mother.
Another project he has in development is a film about gypsy culture in Britain, which he hopes to direct.