Douglas Booth may only be 21 but don’t underestimate this talented young British actor and model. He won his first professional role at the age of 16 in From Time to Time (2009), directed by Julian Fellowes, starring Maggie Smith and Timothy Spall.
Booth rose to prominence in 2010 following his role as pop star Boy George in the BBC Two Drama Worried About the Boy (2010) which received great reviews.
2011 saw him star as Pip in the BBC One adaptation of Great Expectations alongside Gillian Anderson and Ray Winstone and the BBC film Christopher and His Kind. His Hollywood breakthrough came in 2013 playing opposite Hailee Steinfeld in a new adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. He recently finished filming blockbuster Noah (2014) co- starring Russell Crowe and Emma Watson.
Booth also has a successful modelling career having featured in several Burberry campaigns shot by Mario Testino, opposite Emma Watson, Rosie Huntington Whiteley and Lily Donaldson.
Later this year will see Booth in The Wachowski’s science-fiction film Jupiter Ascending, co-starring Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum and Eddie Redmayne as well as The Riot Club, co-starring Max Irons and Sam Claflin.