Thomas Brodie-Sangster is a British actor who came into the spotlight at an early age when he landed the lead role in the starring romantic comedy Love in fact. When he was ten years old, his parents inspired him to become an actor by seeing them in a play about the life of Edgar Allan Poe in Prague. He inherited his acting skills from his parents and never took acting lessons. Even in his late twenties, much of his appeal comes from his youthful charm. Interestingly, he often gets roles in which the characters demand a young but wise image.
While he was in his in the early hours twenties, he was take part in in Game of Thrones by 12-year-old Jogen Reed, a mystical seer who leads one of the main characters, Bran, to his fate. Likewise, in BBC2’s Wolf Hall, 25-year-old Sangster played 15-year-old Rafe Sadler, who is wise enough to advice when needed. Until now, he has worked on a number of successful films and television series, and has worked with many Hollywood stars. He is set to appear in the new Netflix drama series Atheist in 2017.
Childhood and early life Thomas Brodie-Sangster:
Thomas Brody Sangster was born on the 16th of May 1990 in London, England. His parents, Mark Sangster and Tasha Bertram, are theater actors. He has a younger sister, Ava. His priest is also a composer and educated him to play bass and guitar. His father also educated him how to play drums for his role in Love truly.
In 2001, Thomas Brodie-Sangster takes his initial acting role at the age of 11 in the BBC television movie Jim Station. This was followed by starring roles in more television films such as Wonder Cards and Bobby’s Girl. In 2002, he starred in six episodes of the television series The Stig from the Dump. The following year, he played the young Hitler in the two-part television film Hitler: The Rise of Evil. His first major role came in 2003 in Love Actually, where he played alongside such stars as Liam Neeson and Hugh Grant. His portrayal of an orphan boy immediately captivated the audience.
In 2004, he landed the role of Robert Nobel in the Feather Boy miniseries. He appeared in six episodes of the series. Sangster, who worked with Emma Thompson on Love Actually, landed the lead role in her commercially successful sitcom Nanny McPhee in 2005. Besides Thompson, this was also his second film with Colin Firth and Adam Godley. In 2006, he played the young Tristan, a younger version of James Franco’s character, in Tristan and Isolde. He can be seen participating in the sword fighting scene in the film.
In 2007, he enamored the spectators with his gripping performance as the child ruler Romulus Augustus, the last Roman emperor, in the battle adventure The Last Legion. In the film, he co-stars with Colin Firth and Sir Ben Kingsley. He takes part in high school student Timothy “Tim” Latimer in two successive episodes of the British sci-fi series Doctor Who in 2007. He also worked as a guest voice actor on two Doctor Who sound dramas. He worked on the Disney Channel animated series Phineas and Ferb, which aired its first episode on August 17, 2007. He voiced Ferb Fletcher in the series, which ran for 4 seasons and had 222 episodes.
In 2009, Thomas Brodie-Sangster starred in a couple of biographical films. He appeared in Bright Star, a love story based on John Keats and his lover Fanny Brown. He played Paul McCartney in The Boy from nowhere, about John Lennon’s adolescence. Although he could play the guitar, he had to learn how to play it with his left hand in order to imitate a left-handed musician. In 2011, he starred in the Irish film Death of a Superhero based on the novel of the same name. In the same year, he also played the role of Liam in the film Shelters. Read more about Elizabeth lail.
In 2012, he landed the role of Jogen Reed in the award-winning TV series Game of Thrones. He portrayed the character in ten episodes throughout the third and fourth seasons of 2013-14. In 2014, he landed the role of Newt in the dystopian fantasy film The Maze Runner. The following year, he reprised his role in the sequel Maze Runner: Burn Tests. He is also set to appear in the third and final installment of the series in 2018. In 2015, he was voiced in the sci-fi animated series Thunderbirds Are Go. He is the voice of John Tracy on the series, which is currently in its second season.
Main works Thomas-Sangster:
“Love actually” is considered one of the main works of Thomas Brodie-Sangster, for which he is still fondly remembered by the audience. For his role in the film, he was nominated for the Golden Satellite Award and the Young Artist Award. one more role for which he established praise is Newt in the Maze Runner series. For this role in 2015, he was nominated for the Film Choice: Breakout Star.
Personal life and legacy:
In 2008, Thomas Brodie-Sangster start dating Patience Harding, but the pair broke up the following year. He is currently in a relationship with former child actress Isabella Melling. They started dating back in December 2012. In just a few years of his acting career, he started making more money than his parents. He bought two houses; one at Vauxhall and the other at Camberwell. In 2006, he and his mother Tasha Bertram founded the independent Brodie Films to help emerging British talent in the film industry. However, in May 2013, the company was closed.
Thomas Brodie-Sangster net worth:
The net worth of thomas brodie-sangster is $3 million.