Dev Patel has grown up right before our eyes. From the wide-eyed young kid we first met in 's Slumdog Millionaire to the curly-haired, fully bearded actor in 's critically acclaimed film Lionwe can't seem to get enough of the charming actor. And at 26 years old, it seems that Dev's rise to super-stardom is only just beginning.
From Dev Patel to Nicholas Hoult, the cast of cult teen drama Skins have gone on to some impressive careers. Many huge stars started out on drama Skins. From Dev Patelwho was nominated for an Oscar for his role in Lion, to Nicholas Hoult - star of the X-Men series, a number of British actors had their careers launched by the show.
Anthony " Tony " Stonem is a fictional character from the British television series Skins. He is the antagonist of the first series and the protagonist of the second series. Portrayed by Nicholas Houltthe character was created by Bryan Elsley ; Tony was the series' central character in its first and second series, from —
Without having any prior acting experience, Dev landed his first on-screen role in the hit TV series, Skins. Lion tells a tear-jerking story, based on Saroo Brierley, an Indian child who gets lost on a train. It is a true story, based on the book, A Long Way Home. Further on in the movie, Dev Patel plays the adult version of Saroo, 25 years later, who is now living with his adopted family in New Zealand.
Fans first fell in love with Dev Patel all the way back inwhen he made his acting debut as the goofy Anwar Kharral on the British cult hit, Skins. So, in case you were wondering: Yes, he has always looked that good in a tux. Are we going to keep staring at it a little longer?
Dakota Blue Richards has insisted that she will never allow her grandmother to see her Skins sex scenes. The actress, who plays troubled teen Franky in the E4 drama, admitted that she was nervous about filming the intimate scenes as she worried that they "wouldn't look right", adding that she would not want her family to see the character's explicit transformation. I thought I'd have a panic attack because I might do it wrong and I thought, 'What if it looks really bad?
For the film, Londoner Patel had to master a Southern Indian accent and face one of his greatest fears: crunching numbers. It was only when I read the script I discovered this incredible character. I thought people needed to know about this man and his legacy.
The second series began airing on E4 on 11 February and ended on 14 April Sketch is a young carer for her disabled mother and is obsessed with Maxxie. Her schemes to make him fall in love with her endanger the college's production of "Osama: The Musical" and lead her to lie about the drama teacher molesting her, to get a role in the play.
Anwar, like his best bud, Maxxie, liked to take life by the horns and ride it till he woke up in a strange place the next morning. Then it was basically rinse, reset, repeat when he arrived at the next event of debauchery. One thing that stuck out about Anwar was his naivete about the world around him.
The innocent fan, sitting down next week to the first episode in the third series of E4's teenage comedy drama Skins, is in for a shock. All the carefully developed young characters that they have become involved with over series one and two are gone — no more Tony, no more Cassie, no more Sid. No more any of them.