Some people don't want to be pigeonholed in roles or genres, but Finn Jones made his early mark in both horror and fantasy while finding a way to get out from the shadow of a similarly-named actor. Jones, had the birth name of Terence Jones; to avoid any confusion with the iconic Monty Python member Terry Jones, Jones decided to change his first name to Finn to avoid any confusion. After finishing his three-year program at The Arts Educational School, he dove into acting, appearing in a series of British TV shows before getting cast in his first Hollywood project, low-budget horror sequel "Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines" (2012). Before that film saw release, Jones was cast in the role that gave him instant public visibility: the knight Ser Loras Tyrell on the epic fantasy series "Game of Thrones" (HBO 2011-). Jones shared the spotlight with such luminaries as Sean Bean, Lena Hedley, and Peter Dinklage, an impressive company for a young actor near the start of his career. Hot on the heels of his work as Tyrell, Jones co-starred in Caspar Van Dien's "Sleeping Beauty" (2014), in which he played the heroic footman Barrow.