Derby actor Jack O' Connell was in London last night for the premiere of his new film Unbroken directed by Angelina Jolie.
He hit the headlines recently after he was greeted by the Hollywood star on the stage at an awards ceremony by doing her best impression of his accent with the East Midlands phrase "Ay up me duck".
Actress Angelina Jolie has paid tribute to the work of Derby film star Jack O'Connell.
She was speaking on stage at The Palladium in California ahead of presenting him with the 'New Hollywood Award.'
Jolie is the director of his upcoming film 'Unbroken'.
"It is hard to find a young man today with more fight and more fire than Jack O'Connell", she said.
"As a director, to have Jack in front of your lens is a gift.
"He draws you in, he makes every moment honest. In his work he gives all that he has."
This is the moment where Angelina Jolie introduced a Derby actor with the East Midlands greeting "Ay up me duck".
The Hollywood star welcomed Jack O'Connell onto the stage at an awards ceremony by doing her best impression of his accent.
He has the lead role in her upcoming film Unbroken.
Angelina Jolie has introduced a Derby actor onto the stage at an awards ceremony by doing her best impression of his accent.
Jack O'Connell was greeted by the actress with the East Midlands phrase "ay up me duck".
He has the lead role in Jolie's upcoming film Unbroken.
Derby film star Jack O'Connell was presented with the 'New Hollywood Award' by Angelina Jolie who is the director of his upcoming film "Unbroken".
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