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Are you wondering why Colin from Black Mirror: Bandersnatch looks so familiar? You know you’ve seen his face before but can’t place him? Well, Actor Will Poulter has been around for a few years, and he has turned in some outstanding performances. The movie that you may recognize him the most from is Maze Runner. Poulter played Gally - the rough and salty leader of one of the factions of kids trapped behind the wall. But Poutler has been in dozens of films besides that teen drama.

Poulter turned in a riveting performance in The Revenant alongside Leonardo DiCaprio. Poulter played Jim Bridger, friend of DiCaprio’s Hugh Glass. Poulter played a tormented character, and one of the deepest and most conflicted in the movie. Along those same lines, in Detroit, Kathryn Bigelow’s drama about the 1967 Detroit Riots, Poulter plays a police officer who shoots a looter and then sets up a bunch of other crimes to deflect his own guilt. Poulter received critical acclaim, and left a few surprised that he didn’t garner an Oscar Nomination.

Even early in Poulter’s career, he has drawn the interest of critics for his excellent acting. At age 14 he starred in Son Of Rambow - about two kids who are trying to recreate the movie First Blood - the first Rambo movie. Even in poorly reviewed movies - like the third Narnia film Voyage of the Dawn Treader - Poulter received critical praise. Keep an eye out for Will Poulter, he’s an actor going places.

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Son of Rambow | 0:15
School of Comedy | 0:41
Voyage of the Dawn Treader | 1:01
Wild Bill | 1:31
We're the Millers | 2:00
The Maze Runner | 2:41
Glassland | 3:02
The Revenant | 3:26
Detroit | 4:07
The Little Stranger | 4:29

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