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James Russell was born September 3, 1983 in Aberdeen Scotland. He is an American-Irish actor best known for his role of Brahms Heelshire in The Boy (2016). James studied acting at The University of North Carolina School of the Arts and is a Graduate of Rutgers Acting Conservatory. He lives in Brooklyn New York. See full bio »

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Known For

The Boy Brahms Heelshire
Blue Bloods Desk Clerk
Forever Mr. Keely
Deception Pierced Freak


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 2018 Red Dead Redemption II (Video Game)
O'Driscolls (voice)
 2018 Freelance (Short)
 2016 Unforgettable (TV Series)
Hooligan #1
- About Face (2016) ... Hooligan #1
 2016 The Boy
Brahms Heelshire
 2014 Forever (TV Series)
Mr. Keely
 2013 Deception (TV Series)
Pierced Freak
- A Drop of Blood and a Microscope (2013) ... Pierced Freak
 2011 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Desk Clerk
- Lonely Hearts Club (2011) ... Desk Clerk

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He is an accomplished tennis player. As a youth and teenager he played junior tennis in the USA and internationally.

James has worked extensively in the New York theater scene as well as internationally at The Lyric Theatre in Belfast, Northern Ireland and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London, England.

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