Dean-Charles Chapman

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Dean-Charles Chapman
Dean-Charles Chapman.jpg
Chapman in May 2015
Born (1997-09-07) 7 September 1997 (age 19)
Essex, England, UK
Occupation Actor
Years active 2007–present

Dean-Charles Chapman (born 7 September 1997)[1] is an English actor. Chapman is known for his portrayal of the protagonist Billy Elliot in the West End theatre production of Billy Elliot the Musical. He also portrayed the lead role of Stanley Brown in the CBBC sitcom The Revolting World of Stanley Brown, and starred as Tommen Baratheon in the fourth, fifth and sixth seasons of the HBO drama series Game of Thrones.[2]



Year Title Role Notes
2014 Before I Go to Sleep Adam Lucas
2015 Man Up Harry
2017 The Commuter In post-production
2017 Breathe Jonathan In post-production


Year Title Role Notes
2007 Casualty William Mulhern Episode: "A House Divided"
2012 Cuckoo Charlie Episode: "Family Meeting"
2012 The Revolting World of Stanley Brown Stanley Brown 13 episodes
2013 The White Queen Richard Grey Miniseries; 4 episodes
2013 Game of Thrones Martyn Lannister 2 episodes
2014–2016 Tommen Baratheon 16 episodes
Pending – Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
2014 Glue Chris 2 episodes
2015 Ripper Street Harry Ward Episode: "Your Father. My Friend"
2017 Will Billy Cooper Upcoming series


Year Title Role Notes
2005–2011 Billy Elliot the Musical Small Boy / Michael / Billy Elliot Chapman began in the role of Small Boy from 2005 to 2006, and later played Michael, Billy's best friend, from 2008 to 2009. He was then promoted to the role of Billy Elliot, which he played from 2009 to 2011. Chapman is the second longest-serving cast member of the production, and the longest-serving Billy.[3]


  1. ^ Del Rio, Isabel (19 April 2014). "Tommen Baratheon at Game of Thrones. Who is Dean-Charles Chapman?". Yareah Magazine. Retrieved 4 June 2015. 
  2. ^ Robinson, Joanna (14 April 2014). "The Game of Thrones Re-Casting Nobody Is Talking About". Vanity Fair. Archived from the original on 19 June 2014. Retrieved 18 June 2014. 
  3. ^ "Dean-Charles Chapman". Troika Talent. 

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