Jacob Fortune-Lloyd, a British actor, is best known for his role in Star Wars: Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker as Sith Fleet Officer Milon Lenwith. Fortune-Lloyd is also known for his role in Milon. He has also appeared in many other films and television shows. His credits include “Wolf Hall,” the “The Importance Of Being Earnest” and “Crooked house.” However, his most recent film role is in Star Wars: Episode IX – Rise of Skywalker.
Fortune-Llo portrayed Townes in three episodes on the American drama series The Queen’s Gambit in 2020. He also appeared in the British crime drama series Midsomer Murders as Gideon Tooms. In addition, he starred in the British romantic drama film The Last Letter to Your Love, as Andrew. He also played Jamie in the short film Capture.
Jacob Fortune-Lloyd was born on January 18, 1988, in Hillingdon, Greater London. He attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature. He starred in many movies after he graduated.
Jacob Fortune-Lloyd is another star of the series. He was the lead role in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, as D.L. Townes, an aspiring journalist has great chemistry and chemistry with Taylor Joy. He is not used enough in this episode and is absent for the majority of it.
Jacob Fortune-Lloyd’s parents were Scottish. He received his primary education in his hometown. He also attended St. Anne’s College, where he developed a passion for acting. He went on to Oxford University to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature.
Fortune-Lloyd continues his acting career. He is also the co-producer of the Matchstick Theatre Company, Deptford. He is also working on a project for Amazon that will be entering production soon. Fortune-Lloyd appeared in TV movies such as Medici and Wolf Hall. He also starred as The Queen’s Gambit, a Netflix chess drama.
Fortune-Lloyd likes to dress up and ride long distances in his spare time. He prefers shorts for cycling. He enjoys reading and listening to music. When he was eight years old, he played the lead role in the school’s play. The production was directed by Ms. Gregory, his teacher.