After male lead Hero Fiennes Tiffin, who has a sister named Mercy Fiennes, is the new Hollywood heartthrob after stealing everyone's hearts.
Recently, PopSugar caught up with the actor to know what he wanted in a lady as he explained he never desired to join a reality show to find love. But he craved it like everyone else as he said he wanted someone with confidence and athleticism who would share his need for adventure and the outdoors.
Although he is against Love Island, he got sucked in after turning in one night and found it oddly entertaining.
The gentleman has yet to speak on any girlfriend, but he has high praises for his co-star Josephine Langford, whom he called ridiculously smart. Humor is indeed a sign of intelligence as she is well-read about world affairs and remains hyperaware about everything around her. Some fans blur the lines between facts and fiction as they want the performer to carry their adoration into real life. But their respect for the other is too much, as they would rather stay friends.
Besides, his sister, Mercy, is the one audience is most curious about as she does not take well to fame and fortune. Here are five facts we know about her.
|Name||Mercy Fiennes Tiffin|
|Born||October 15, 2001|
|Parents||Martha Fiennes and George Tiffin|
|Brothers||Titan Nathaniel Fiennes‑Tiffin and Hero Fiennes Tiffin...|
1. Mercy Fiennes Is The Sister Of Harry Styles Inspired Movie After's Star Hero Fiennes Tiffin.
Mercy Fiennes is the younger sibling of new-age Hollywood hunk Hero Fiennes Tiffin. He got his start in showbiz through acting as a teenager in the 2017 British TV drama series Safe.
Before that, he made ends meet by operating as a landscaper, refusing to function on the inheritance sent by his parents.
He only got his big break after getting into the long-awaited movie adaptation of the Wattpad Novel After. Author Anna Todd had turned fanfic into a New York Times best-selling book as they got a three-movie deal. All it took was one look as they realized there was no better fit than Tiffin for the part of Hardin.
The monumental success of 67 million dollars launched him from a newcomer to more in-demand actors, as he returned to reprise his part two more times. His ability to detach from his emotions while maintaining a brooding look got him cast in the Canadian action thriller, The Silencing, where he portrayed Brooks Gustafson.
Later, he got a chance to play different kinds of lovers in the romantic drama First Love alongside Sydney Park.
Meanwhile, his modeling career is on the rise as his adequate height and sharp jawline got him booked for the runway shows of Dolce & Gabbana, Dior, H&M, and Hugo Boss after signing with Strom Management.
2. Mercy Fiennes's Brother Was In Another World Known Series.
Watchers from all around the globe got shocked when Mercy Fiennes's brother, Hero, admitted that he was the young Tom Riddle in the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
The series had quickly risen to become the most in-demand novel for kids around the world, especially in its home base of the United Kingdom. It was a supplementary dream of every other child to be part of the series as thousands of youngsters came after the auditions for a young Voldemort, the main villain, opened up. But he beat all of them and rose to his experiences as an artist.
Besides, he had family ties to the legacy, as his uncle, Ralph Fiennes, an English actor, was supposed to play his older counterpart.
Although there was conjecture that he got the part because of his powerful connections, Director David Yates rose to the occasion to defend their decisions. He explained that his ability to find darker space enabled him to get the part as there were no other kids like him.
He added that his focus and discipline stole their hearts as he was surprisingly mature for his age. He embodied the dark moods and oddity of his characters as he aided the makers in getting the message of his childhood pain and trauma across without making things too dramatic.
They also thanked him for bringing the part to life, as it was an unbelievable cinematic experience.
3. Mercy Fiennes Was Born On October 15, 2001.
20-year-old Mercy Fiennes was born on October 15, 2001, in London, United Kingdom, as the youngest sibling of actor Hero Fiennes Tiffin.
But he is not her only sibling, as they also share blood relations with Titan Nathaniel Fiennes-Tiffin, her eldest brother.
With an age gap of just four years, they grew up together as they got their education from Reay Primary School in Lambeth. They usually moved around due to the nature of their parent's jobs and had no one but each other.
Besides, it is in their lineage to get into the movie business as their uncles, aunts, and great grandfather have been working in the same industry. Even if they were not specializing in the family business, art has been a prominent factor on both sides of his bloodlines, as their maternal grandparents were photographer Mark Fiennes and novelist Jennifer Lash.
The brother-sister pair have the closest bond among them all as she never missed a movie premiere despite her hectic schedule. As most of the clans are in the same trade, they often appear on red carpets as a team. She attended the screening of YUGEN in Venice, back in September 2019, with his father, George Tiffin, and brother, Hero, in her arms.
4. Film Directors, George Tiffin And Martha Fiennes Gave Birth To Mercy Fiennes.
Mercy Fiennes was one of the few fortunate ones as she was born with a golden spoon in her mouth as the youngest child of film director George Tiffin and his wife, Martha Fiennes.
Her father, Geroge, a writer and producer, is the author of Mercy Alexander, All the Best Lines, and A Star is Born: The Moment an Actress becomes an Icon, and has traveled all over the world, from Siberia to Seychelles in search of stories. He got his first-class MA in English Literature from the University of Oxford as he has been active in his scene for the last 37 years.
Meanwhile, his wife shares a similar passion as she is an award-winning film director and is the younger sister of Harry Potter actor Ralph. Like her husband, she shared a love for literature as she made her directorial debut with the movie adaptions of Alexander Pushkin's verse novel Eugene Onegin. She needed to look no further than her family home as her brother agreed to play the leading role.
The project was enough to signify her as a budding figure on the directorial front as she received much praise with Best Director Award at the Tokyo Film Festival and London Film Critics Circle.
Indeed, the success of her debut caused enough buzz to put immense pressure on her next venture as she wrote and directed Chromophobia, an original multi-stranded drama that got a ticket to the Cannes Film Festival in 2005.
5. Mercy Fiennes Made Her Movie Debut With The Duchess.
Coming from a family of the nobility of the UK, we do not doubt Mercy Fiennes has had her share of big screen appearances as she made her debut through The Duchess.
The 2008 historical drama got headlined by creator Saul Dibb, as it took inspiration from Amanda Foreman's biography of the aristocrat Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire. Keira Knightley played the leading role of the duchess who got tied to a marriage with the Duke of Devonshire, Ralph Fiennes, who expected her to produce an heir.
But she was not granted happiness after getting pregnant as she got traumatized by the arrival of Charlotte, an illegitimate child, who rocked their world. Their story got illustrated with drama, infidelity, rage, and dishonor as they had to navigate their lives through public scrutiny.
She played the minute role of Georgiana, lovingly called Little G, Duchess of Devonshire's daughter but got a quick workshop after working with such colossal level professionals. The project got well-received by the audiences, winning best costume design in the Satellite Awards, British Academy Film Awards, and Academy Awards.