Jack Reynor (born January 23, 1992) is an Irish actor. His notable roles include the lead in Lenny Abrahamson's film What Richard Did (2012), for which he won an IFTA Award for Best Film Actor, the blockbuster Transformers: Age of Extinction, Glassland, for which he won the World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award for Acting at the Sundance Film Festival, Macbeth, Sing Street, Midsommar, and the CBS All Access streaming series Strange Angel.
Reynor was born in Longmont, Colorado, and initially lived in Boulder with his mother, Tara, a native of Ireland. When he was two years old, he moved with her to Valleymount, County Wicklow, Ireland. He went to primary school in the local village and spent his formative years in the rural countryside with his mother and maternal grandparents, Pat and Damien Reynor. Reynor's mother is a human rights activist.
His interest in acting began when he played an altar boy on the set of Country, directed by Kevin Liddy, in 1999. He moved to Dublin in 2004 to attend Belvedere College, a private Jesuit school, where he performed onstage in numerous theatrical productions.