A seven-year-old from Sheffield is becoming something of a star of the small screen.
Young Harry Didcote, from Richmond, has already appeared in several national advertising campaigns - and has just made his latest television appearance on hit ITV2 show Celebrity Juice.
Harry, who goes to Intake Primary School, has previously appeared in adverts for the National Trust, the NSPCC and the Harry Potter studio tour.
The youngster attends the Razzamataz drama group each week at Meadowhead School and was signed up by the Top Talent Agency in 2013 after attending auditions in Manchester.
His latest booking was to appear on Celebrity Juice playing a ‘Mini Gino D’Acampo’ as part of a long-running joke on the show about the well-known Italian chef secretly being from Sheffield.
Harry said he had enjoyed being on the show.
“I was really excited to meet Keith Lemon,” he said.
“He didn’t swear at all!”
While Harry’s budding acting career is showing plenty of promise, he said he currently has different ambitions when he grows up.
“I would like to be a decorator like my dad,” he said.
Proud mum Leanne said Harry is taking his appearances on television in his stride.
“At seven years old, they are matter-of-fact about it all,” she said.
“I’m not saying he is going to be an actor in the future but he enjoys doing it now.”
His previous roles have included a speaking part in an advert for the Hogswarts Express featuring at the Harry Potter studio tourand rolling down a hill in the National Trust advert.