Dean-Charles Chapman stars in "Game of Thrones" on HBO as Tommen Baratheon, taking over the role in Season 4 from Callum Wharry, who played the part in the first two seasons.

After a few roles in television, Dean-Charles Chapman landed the role of Small Boy in the original cast of the stage musical "Billy Elliot" when he was eight years old. He began training when he was 10 and went on to play Michael and then Billy in the production. He was the longest serving Billy and the second longest serving cast member.

On British television, Chapman has appeared in a guest-starring role in BBC's "Casualty" and "Cuckoo," the title role in CBBC's "The Revolting World of Stanley Brown," and a recurring role in Starz and BBC's "The White Queen." Other more recent television credits include Channel 4's "Glue" and BBC1's "Ripper Street."

On the big screen, he can be seen in Rowan Joffe's "Before I Go to Sleep" with Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth and Mark Strong, and "Man Up" with Simon Pegg and Lake Bell.


How old is he? Find out here.

Age: 20 years old
Birthday: September 7, 1997

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