"They're just the most original people," Booth has said of the Wachowskis.
"They've created something very exciting and special and bonkers." In November 2017, Booth starred in the international film Loving Vincent, as Armand Roulin, the son of a friend of Vincent tasked to deliver a letter of Vincent to his brother, leading him through a journey of different stories of Vincent and his death.
Also in 20, Booth modelled in several Mario Testino-shot campaigns for the luxury fashion label Burberry; he starred in the Autumn 2009 campaign with Emma Watson, the Autumn 2010 campaign with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and the Burberry Sport fragrance campaign with Lily Donaldson.
He underwent a physical transformation for the role, shaving off his eyebrows and wearing heavy makeup.
He witnessed the paparazzi interest surrounding co-star Cyrus during filming: "It was bizarre and, interestingly, not at all glamorous." Betsy Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times praised Booth's memorable performance: "It's not so much that he makes a great Romeo; frankly Di Caprio's was better in Luhrmann's version, as was Leonard Whiting in Zeffirelli's …
But it has been a while since a camera has so loved a face ...
This is where I want to be.'" Booth was partly privately educated, attending Solefield School, a boys' junior independent school in the town of Sevenoaks in Kent, followed by Bennett Memorial Diocesan School, a Church of England state Voluntary Aided school in the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells (Kent), and Lingfield Notre Dame School, an independent school in the village of Lingfield in Surrey.Moreover, he as also worked as the coach for the fifth season of UK version of the show alongside fellow Coaches Will.i.am, Paloma Faith and Ricky Wilson. This style of dressing impressed music executive Malcolm Mc Laren and he offered a chance to perform with group Bow Wow Wow.Edit Born as George Alan O' Dowd in Eltham, Kent, England, United Kingdom to Jeremiah and Dinah O' Dowd, Boy was raised in Middle Park Estate. Edit Though he joined the musical group Bow Wow Wow in 1980, he had problem with the lead singer of this group and he left this group and began his own musical group.Broadcast over the Christmas period, the miniseries was a huge ratings success.Anne Billson of The Telegraph felt it was a misstep to cast someone "so distractingly lovely" in the role of Pip: "It’s not that Douglas Booth was bad, it’s just that one can’t imagine Dickens ever intended Pip to be more beautiful than Estella, who, after all, has been brought up to break men’s hearts." Also in 2011, Booth appeared in the BBC film Christopher and His Kind, which explored novelist Christopher Isherwood's formative years in Thirties Berlin.but Booth's vocal range is very narrow, and he speaks in a monotone." Emma Watson played his character's wife; she first met Booth while shooting a Burberry fashion campaign in 2009: "There's something old-mannish about Doug, which he had even then. He doesn't get intimidated, doesn't hold back, and is generally fearless." Booth made "friends for life" during the film shoot, and has said of the characters: "When you meet these sort of guys, they're always so charming.