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Freddie Highmore


Freddie Highmore or Alfred Thomas "Freddie" Highmore (born February 14, 1992) is an English actor. He is best known for his roles in the films Finding Neverland, Five Children and It, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Arthur and the Invisibles, August Rush, The Golden Compass, The Spiderwick Chronicles and Toast.


Highmore began with small parts on TV at the age of 7. In 2004, he had a breakthrough with his critically acclaimed performance as troubled Peter Llewelyn Davies in Finding Neverland. Highmore received several nominations and awards for the role, including a Broadcast Film Critics Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination. In 2005, he played the part of the hard-working Charlie Bucket in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (adapted from the book by Roald Dahl). He was reportedly recommended for the role by the film's star Johnny Depp, who starred in Finding Neverland and was impressed by the young actor's performance.


Highmore next appeared as the title character in August Rush with Keri Russell, Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Robin Williams. The story is about a musical prodigy and his journey to find his parents after they are separated at his birth. This movie received a wide release on 21 November 2007. He starred in The Spiderwick Chronicles, based on the popular children's stories, released in the United States in February 2008. He played American twins Simon and Jared Grace, alongside Sarah Bolger as their sister Mallory Grace.


He took the main role in Toast a BBC autobiographical film about Nigel Slater, the chef, which was shown on Thursday, 30 December 2010. In May 2011, Highmore agreed to appear in a short mockumentary film about his life at university. The plot centres around how three mentors, named Burgis, Clancy and Brown, helped him balance the conflicting pressures of celebrity and academia.

Chord Overstreet


Chord Overstreet (born February 17, 1989) is an American actor and musician, best known for his role as Sam Evans on the television series Glee.


Chord Overstreet started his acting career on the web series Private, as Josh Hollis. He was also featured in an episode of iCarly iSpeed Date (for a few minutes)and the unaired pilot of No Ordinary Family. His first film role was that of Teenage Boy in the 2009 thriller The Hole, and he will star in the 2011 film Warrior as Dupree, alongside Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz.


Beginning with the show's second season, Overstreet plays the recurring role of transfer student and athlete Sam Evans on the American musical series Glee. He landed the role after auditioning with Commodores' "Easy" and Gavin DeGraw's "I Don't Want to Be". He later sang "Billionaire" by Travie McCoy featuring Bruno Mars as a studio test, and eventually sang this in the season premiere "Audition", along with "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" by Poison. He played the role of Rocky in the The Rocky Horror Picture Show-themed episode "The Rocky Horror Glee Show".


On April 21, 2011, the video for Hot Chelle Rae's ‘Tonight Tonight‬’ was released on YouTube and featured a series of cameos of Overstreet alternately making out with a girl on an office copier, DJing at a club, then playing guitar and mugging for the crowd with his brother, bandmember Nash.