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They have a horrible fear of 10- or 11-year-olds, that they're going to say 'I don't want to play today.'" That never happened with Highmore.He never sulked or threw his toys out of the pram, and he has worked steadily through puberty and adolescence.We can laugh about it now, but yeah that’s testament to how long we’ve been doing this, she was possibly 9 or 10, 11 years back now so it’s crazy to think that we’ve actually been going for that long.But yeah very flattering (laughs).” “I noticed, too, the change in public awareness – overnight he became a sex symbol and it was nice for Matt to have his moment.Radcliffe is currently dating his Though he’s not currently engaged to Darke, he sees marriage in his future.“It seems like the most romantic thing you can do is stand up in front of all your friends and say that you love this person…Ostrum is particularly relevant to the 18-year-old actor I am on my way to meet, for Freddie Highmore, who had his big break at the age of 12 opposite Johnny Depp in the JM Barrie biopic Finding Neverland, has also portrayed Charlie Bucket on film, in Tim Burton's 2005 take on the Roald Dahl children's classic.
The transition from cute little popsy to spotty teenager and beyond is rarely easy, but for the Macaulay Culkins and Lindsay Lohans of this world, their cuteness enlarged and projected on to countless multiplex screens, growing pains can lead to some equally public off-the-rails behaviour.Of course, Harry's wishes for an uneventful school year are almost immediately shattered when he is unexpectedly chosen, along with fellow student Cedric Diggory (Robert Pattinson), as Hogwarts' representative in the Tri-Wizard Tournament, which awards whoever completes three magical tasks the most skillfully with a thousand-galleon purse and the admiration of the international wizard community.As difficult as it is to deal with his schoolwork, friendships, and the tournament at the same time (not to mention his feelings toward the ever unfathomable Professor Snape (Alan Rickman), Harry doesn't realize that the most feared wizard in the world, Lord Voldemort, is anticipating the tournament, as well.His latest transitional, not-quite-adult role will be screened on BBC1 over Christmas.
In Toast, an adaptation by the Billy Elliot writer Lee Hall of Nigel Slater's memoir of family and food in the West Midlands of the 1960s, Highmore plays the future cookery writer from his mid-teens through to catering college.Slater's enjoyable autobiography is almost Proustian, if you substitute Jammie Dodgers for madeleines; it tells, through the cooking and confectionery of the era, the story of his mother's premature death and the takeover of the family home by the cleaner – and soon-to-be stepmother – the hostile Mrs Potter.