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Charlie Rowe

Charles John Rowe is an English actor. His film roles include Young Tommy in Never Let Me Go, James in The Boat That Rocked, Billy Costa in The Golden Compass, Peter in the SyFy/Sky Movies Peter Pan prequel Neverland, and recently played Leo Roth on the Fox medical comedy-drama series Red Band Society alongside Octavia Spencer and Dave Annable.

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I would definitely return to 'Neverland' for a sequel if there was the chance again because we all got on so well, and I think it will be great.
I wish I had the guts and talent to be a good comedian. I love the idea of it, yet I'm terrified of it. I'd also love to play music in front of people.
I think every boy would quite like to play James Bond! — © Charlie Rowe
I think every boy would quite like to play James Bond!
I want to direct films, ultimately. Hopefully I'll have a fantastic career in acting and then go on to do that. That's my dream; that's the ultimate goal.
After the 'Golden Compass,' I wasn't sure if I'd ever get another acting job.
I love challenging films, really. I'd prefer to do some gritty, challenging roles. That would be awesome and really fun.
'West Side Story' I used to watch all the time - I don't know why. Well, I do - it's a great movie. I love the music in it. I love the actors.
I've always been interested in singing. My sister's a fantastic singer, and it's just something that's always been around. I play saxophone and guitar. I'd definitely like to pursue it, and it's something I'd like to keep going, if not as a career, then as a hobby.
Heights make my feet tingle; not sure if that is a phobia, but it isn't the greatest feeling.
My dad was an actor and a writer; my mum was a drama teacher. My grandma was an actress. My aunt is an actress. My granddad was a cameraman. They would've been surprised if I wanted to be a dentist or something like that.
I did a short film called 'Disco' and won an award for Best Supporting Actor at an indie film festival, and that was nice. Hopefully there's lots more to come.
I'd like more kids to go and see theatre because it really is amazing.
Every time you get told you get a part, it's just wonderfully soothing and incredibly fantastic and healing. You have a bad day at school, you come home and get told you've got a part in something, and it's just like, 'Yeah, it's all worth it'.
'The Princess Bride' was a movie that I watched all the time.
When I was eight years old, I asked my mum, 'Mum, can I do two jobs?' And she was like, 'Absolutely!' 'Cause I'd like to act for 15 years and then direct for 15 years.'
I think everyone is introduced to the Peter Pan story when they're very young. Everyone has read the book and watched the Disney film and all that.
Obviously, I'm quite young and I haven't really thought about what films I'd like to go into yet. I love challenging films, really. I'd prefer to do some gritty, challenging roles. That would be awesome, and really fun. I want to be as diverse as possible.
Everyone is introduced to the Peter Pan story when they're very young. This story is part of everyone's life. — © Charlie Rowe
Everyone is introduced to the Peter Pan story when they're very young. This story is part of everyone's life.
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