FIFTY Shades Of Grey star Jamie Dornan has said the implications of Brexit keep him awake at night. The Bafta-nominated actor from Northern Ireland says he cannot envisage a positive outcome for the country.

Dornan, who also had a starring role in BBC drama series The Fall as serial killer Paul Spector, disclosed his fears for the future during a TV interview that will be screened on UTV on Wednesday.

The 35-year-old said: “I am kept awake at night for what it means for this country, I can’t really see a sound solution. Some of the people who have a say in it over here break my heart a little bit.

“I think this is the last thing that this country needs at the moment, and I just don’t see how there’s a positive outcome for Northern Ireland in the matter.”

Dornan added: “There’s lots of different very interesting options on the table, and I think they should all be seriously considered – but who knows where we will end up.”