Dean-Charles Chapman

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Dean-Charles Chapman
Dean-Charles Chapman 2010.jpg
Chapman as Billy Elliot in 2010
Born (1997-09-07) 7 September 1997 (age 18)
Essex, England
Occupation Actor
Years active 2007–present

Dean-Charles Chapman (born 7 September 1997)[1] is an English actor of theatre, film, and television.

Chapman is best-known for his portrayal of the protagonist, Billy, in Billy Elliot the Musical, his role as Stanley in The Revolting World of Stanley Brown and his role as Tommen Baratheon in the fourth and fifth seasons of the hit HBO television show Game of Thrones.



Year Title Role Notes
2014 Before I Go to Sleep Adam First film appearance
2015 Man Up Harry


Year Title Role Notes
Prior to 2007 Fun Song Factory Himself First TV appearance
Prior to 2007 The Story Makers Himself
2007 Casualty William Mulhern
2012 Cuckoo Charlie
2012 The Revolting World of Stanley Brown Stanley Brown
2013 The White Queen Richard Grey Miniseries
2013 Game of Thrones Martyn Lannister
2014–present Tommen Baratheon Replaced Callum Wharry in the role of Tommen[2]
2014 Glue Chris[3]
2015 Ripper Street Harry Ward


Year Title Role Notes
2005–2011 Billy Elliot the Musical (London) Various roles (2005–2009)

Billy Elliot (2009–2011)

Chapman started off playing the role of "Small Boy", and went on to play the character of Michael, Billy's best friend. After Chapman's role as Michael was successful, he was promoted to play the protagonist Billy. Chapman is the second longest serving cast member of the production, and the longest serving "Billy".[4]


  1. ^ Isabel Del Rio (2014-04-19). "Tommen Baratheon at Game of Thrones. Who is Dean-Charles Chapman?". Yareah Magazine. Retrieved 2015-06-04. 
  2. ^ Robinson, Joanna (14 April 2014). "The Game of Thrones Re-Casting Nobody Is Talking About". Vanity Fair. Retrieved 18 June 2014. 
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  4. ^ Troika Talent > Dean-Charles Chapman

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