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The sickeningly talented Johnny Flynn

The actor in Jerusalem and folk composer of Country Mile says he's branched out from his musical roots in west London

16 November 2013

9:00 AM

16 November 2013

9:00 AM

‘I am walking in some mountains’. That’s the out-of-office that pops up when I email Johnny Flynn to request an interview. The folk star and West End actor is on holiday. But he’s not doing the Three Peaks Challenge. No, he’s tracing St Paul’s third missionary journey across southern Turkey, a 30th birthday present from Bea, his wife and teenage sweetheart.

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