'I spoke to Joe recently and found that the experience of starring in a Hollywood movie had not changed him at all. He's a thoughtful man who cares beyond the frivolity of putting on a show.
He will continue to be the person he is.' Geoffrey Colman, head of acting at the Central School for Speech and Drama, said: 'Joe was always deeply committed to his craft. 'He sees performance as a powerful gift that he has, and that he hopes can change things for good.'We always hoped that this poetic soul would find a place for his vision.' Director Lee would give him his big break, with the young actor playing a teenage army specialist alongside Steve Martin, Kristen Stewart and Vin Diesel in Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk.
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He was educated at the fee-paying City of London School and attended the National Youth Theatre in Holloway, north London.
The actor later enrolled at the University of Bristol and studied there until 2012 before going on to London's Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Speaking to Vanity Fair about his likes and dislikes, the actor admitted he still uses London buses, loves a good old fashioned Indian curry and anything by rapper Eminem as his favourite karaoke number.
And given his sudden exposure to fame, the actor has unsurprisingly hinted at an underlying insecurity as he adjusts to life in the public eye.