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Thomas Brodie Sangster (born 16 May 1990) is an English film and television actor, best known for his roles in Love Actually, Nanny McPhee, The Last Legion, and voice of Ferb in Phineas and Ferb.

Biography

Personal life

Sangster now lives with his sister, Ava, and his parents, actors Tasha (née Bertram) and Mark Sangster. Sangster has appeared in several BBC films while his father, who is also a musician, starred in the musical adaptation of The Lion King in Germanymarker. Sangster is the second cousin once removed of actor Hugh Grant, alongside whom he appeared in Love Actually; his great-grandmother, Barbara Bertram, and Grant's grandmother were sisters. Sangster's great-grandfather, Anthony Bertram, was a novelist.

Sangster plays guitar, but he learned to play upside down because he is portraying the left-handed Paul McCartney in the feature film Nowhere Boy.

Career

Sangster's first acting job was in a BBC television film, Station Jim. He subsequently appeared in a few more television films, including the lead roles in Bobbie's Girl, The Miracle of the Cards (based on the story of Craig Shergold) and Stig of the Dump. He won the "Golden Nymph" award at the 43rd Annual Monte Carlo Television Festival for his role in the miniseries Entrusted. Love Actually, in which he played Liam Neeson's stepson, was Sangster's first major theatrical film. He was nominated for a "Golden Satellite Award" and a "Young Artist Award" for his role in the film.

Sangster next appeared in a television adaptation of the novel Feather Boy and played a younger version of James Franco's role in the film version of Tristan and Isolde, which was filmed in the Czech Republicmarker. Among other things, Sangster takes part in a (child's) swordfight in the film. Sangster next starred in the commercially successful film Nanny McPhee, as the eldest of seven children.

In 2007 he appeared in a two-part story (Human Nature and The Family of Blood) in the third series of Doctor Who as schoolboy Timothy 'Tim' Latimer, and guest-starred in the Doctor Who audio dramas The Mind's Eye and The Bride of Peladon. His voice lowered during filming of the Doctor Who episodes. That same year he voiced the character of Ferb Fletcher in the Disney Channel animated series Phineas and Ferb. He also starred alongside Love Actually and Nanny McPhee co-star Colin Firth in the film adaptation of Valerio Massimo Manfredi's historical novel The Last Legion, released in 2007. As of December 2007, he was also working on the filming of a television series of the story of Pinocchio, filmed in Itally.

In March 2008 it was announced that Sangster will star in Steven Spielberg's CGI motion capture film Tintin as the title character of Hergé's comic books. Sangster left the project after scheduling difficulties when filming was delayed in October 2008 and the role was given to Jamie Bell. At the end of March 2008, he begins working with Oscar-winning director Jane Campion on her film Bright Star, a love story with Ben Whishaw and Abbie Cornish portraying John Keats and his lover Fanny Brawne.

In March 2009 Sangster joined Aaron Johnson, Kristin Scott Thomas and Anne-Marie Duff in Nowhere Boy, a film directed by award-winning artist Sam Taylor-Wood, about the teenage years of John Lennon and the two women who shaped his early life: his mother Julia (Duff) and his aunt Mimi (Scott Thomas).

Brodie Films

Sangster established Brodie Films in 2006 with his mother Tasha Bertram "to create opportunities in the film industry for new British talent; innovative writers, actors and directors."

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Station Jim Henry TV
The Miracle of the Cards Craig Shergold TV
2002 Bobbie's Girl Alan TV
Mrs Meitlemeihr Boy 1 Short film
Stig of the Dump Barney TV; mini-series
London's Burning Stephen TV; Series 14, Episode 6
2003 Love Actually Sam First film with Emma Thompson, Colin Firth and Olivia Olson
Entrusted Thomas von Gall TV
Hitler: The Rise of Evil Young Hitler TV
Ultimate Force Gabriel TV; Episode What in the name of God
2004 Feather Boy Robert Nobel TV; mini-series
2005 Julian Fellowes Investigates: A Most Mysterious Murder John Duff TV; Episode The Case Of The Croydon Poisonings
Nanny McPhee Simon Brown Second film with Emma Thompson and Colin Firth
2006 Tristan and Isolde Young Tristan First role as Arthurian character
2007 The Last Legion Romulus Augustus Second role as Arthurian character; Third film with Colin Firth
Doctor Who Timothy 'Tim' Latimer TV; Episodes Human Nature and The Family of Blood
2008 Phineas and Ferb Ferb Fletcher TV; Second time working with Olivia Olson
Pinocchio Lampwick TV
2009 Bright Star Samuel Brawne Premiere was at the Cannes Film Festivalmarker on 15 May 2009.
2009 Nowhere Boy Paul McCartney Post-production
TBA The Rise and Fall of the Real RocknRolla Ryan Frankum Pre-production
TBA The Alchemistic Suitcase Boy Post Production, by Brodie Films


Audio plays

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Country Life Boris First broadcasted on 22 March 2007, BBC Radio 4
The Mind's Eye Kyle Recorded: 25, 27 July 2007; Released: November 2007
2008 The Bride of Peladon Miner Recorded: 26, 27 July 2007; Released: January 2008


Awards

Won

2003 Golden Nymph at Monte Carlo Television Festival
Best Actor in a mini-series for Entrusted


Nominated

2008 Young Artist Award
Best Performance in an International Feature Film - Leading Young Performer for The Last Legion
2007 Young Artist Award
Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actor for Nanny McPhee
2007 Young Artist Award
Best Performance in a Feature Film - Young Ensemble Cast for Nanny McPhee
2004 Young Artist Award
Best Performance in a Feature Film - Supporting Young Actor for Love Actually
2004 Satellite Awards
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Comedy or Musical for Love Actually
2004 Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards
Best Performance by Youth in a Leading or Supporting Role - Male for Love Actually
2004 Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards
Best Ensemble Acting for Love Actually


References

  1. Researcha
  2. Tasha Bertram Official Website
  3. Biosstars Database - The 43rd Annual Monte Carlo Television Festival
  4. The International Press Academy's SATELLITE Awards
  5. Annual Young Artist Awards for Hollywood's Teen & Child Stars
  6. [1]
  7. Radio Listings - Country Life
  8. Big Finish Productions - The Mind's Eye
  9. Big Finish Productions - The Bride of Peladon
  10. Phoenix Film Critics Society Archive of Past Winners


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