|Born||Daniel Richard Huttlestone
17 September 1999
Havering, Greater London, England, UK
Daniel Richard Huttlestone (born 17 September 1999) is an English actor best known for his role as Gavroche in Tom Hooper's Les Misérables and Jack in the musical film Into the Woods, which both earned him a 2013 and 2015 Young Artist Award nomination as Best Young Supporting Actor in a Feature Film.
Daniel started his stage career from the age of 9 landing the role of "Nipper" in the 2009 production of Oliver! at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, performing on the opening night with Rowan Atkinson, and continuing until it closed in 2011. He went on to perform the role of Gavroche, in Les Misérables, at the Queen's Theatre, working with Alfie Boe, Matt Lucas, and Juliette Grossman Smisek where he stayed with the show for 1 year. He starred as Gavroche in the 2012 film of Les Misérables and Jack in the film version of Into the Woods (2014). 
Huttlestone was born in Havering, Greater London, England, the second of three children of Linda, a homemaker, and Mark Huttlestone, a company managing director. He has an elder brother, Thomas Andrew (born 1997), who is also an actor and has appeared as Friedrich Von Trapp in The Sound of Music UK Tour 2011. His younger sister, Sarah Rosina (born 2005), is an actress who is set to appear in Regent's Open Air Theatre production of The Sound of Music, with his former Les Misérables co-star Isabelle Allen. Daniel currently lives in Romford, Greater London and enjoys football.
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- Daniel Huttlestone Is Jack In INTO THE WOODS Movie
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