Thomas Brodie-Sangster is a British actor who came into limelight at an early age when he landed a major role in the star-studded romantic comedy 'Love Actually'. When he was ten, he was inspired by his parents to become an actor after watching them in a play about the life of Edgar Allan Poe in Prague. He inherited his acting skills from his parents and never took any acting lessons. Even in his late twenties, much of his appeal comes from his youthful charms. Interestingly, he often gets roles where the characters demand a young but wise portrayal. In his early twenties, he was cast in 'Game of Thrones' as 12-year-old Jojen Reed, a mystic seer, who leads one of the main characters, Bran, to his destiny. Likewise, in BBC2's 'Wolf Hall', 25-year-old Sangster was cast as 15-year-old Rafe Sadler, who is wise enough to offer counsel when needed. He has so far worked in a number of successful films and television series, and has worked with a host of Hollywood hotshots. He is slated to feature in the upcoming Netflix drama series 'Godless' in 2017.