Dean-Charles Chapman is a young british actor that started his career path from his early days. Born in Essex, England in 1997, just after a few roles in television, Dean was cast as Small Boy in BILLY ELLIOT when he was 8, in the original cast of the show.
He began training when he was 10 and went on to play Michael and then Billy in the production. He was the longest serving Billy and the second longest serving cast member. Credits include BB3’s comedy series, “Cuckoo”, playing title role in “The Revolting World of Stanley Brown” for CBBC and “The White Queen” for the BBC and Starz. Dean has most recently been seen in Rowan Joffe’s “Before I go to Sleep” with Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth and Mark Strong, E4’s critically acclaimed series, “Glue”, “Ripper Street” for BBC1, the feature “Man up” with Simon Pegg and Lake Bell and his most memorable role of “Game of Thrones” on Sky Atlantic. Dean can next be seen in Andy’s Serkis’ “Breathe” with Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy which opened the London Film Festival and Jaume Collet-Sera’s “The Commuter” with Liam Neeson.