The adorable little boy who stole so many hearts with his sparkling performance as Liam Neeson’s stepson has shed his baby fat and is all grown up now.
Sangster was barely recognizable when he made an appearance at the premiers of Phineas and Ferb: across the 2nd Dimension in London. Sangster does the voice-over for the characters for both the television and film versions of the show.
At 21, Sangster donned a red jumper and blue jeans to grace the red carpet with and set the young ladies hearts afire. His sandy-blond hair took on a ruffled look that will undoubtedly become a trade mark in the coming years.
Although he is best known for his association with the hit shoe Love actually, the more mature version of Thomas Sangster says he doesn't mind the constant reminders about the show that made him household name. People talk about it all the time, he said in a recent interview. I’ll probably always be remembered as the cute little boy who plays drums and gets the girl in the end. He then added: it’s been a part of my life ever since I was 12, and it comes around every Christmas, so I’ve gotten used to it.