Game of Thrones star Dean Charles Chapman, who played the young, loveable King Tommen Baratheon on the hit HBO Series, is set to star in actor, director and mo-cap maestro Andy Serkis’ upcoming film Breathe, alongside ex-Spiderman and star of The Social Network Andrew Garfield, and Claire Foy of BBC2’s Wolf Hall.
The 18 year old actor – who departed Game of Thrones in shocking scenes in the season finale that saw his mother murder his wife, his uncle and his father-in-law – has yet to reveal what his part in the film will be, but it will tell the story of an adventurous man, played by Garfield, left paralysed by polio.
Chapman has been acting for around 10 years, winning roles in TV shows Glue and Ripper Street, making his big screen debut alongside Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth in Before I Go To Sleep, and receiving rave reviews for his long-running role as Billy Elliot in the West End Play of the same name.
No release date has been confirmed for the film at present.
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