Here’s Your Favorite Child Star Who are All Grown up, Then&Now
125. Nicholas Hoult
Few stars turn out to be the opposite of your film debut better than Hugh Grant, but that's exactly what Nicholas Hoult did in "About a Boy," the Nick Hornby adaptation that kicks off his career. When Holt was a teenager, he got another big breakout moment as the scheming Tony on the famous TV series Skins.
He stared in "Mad Max: Fury Road," played writer J.R.R. Tolkien in the biopic Tolkien, as well as playing against type in True History of the Kelly Gang. "It's not easy to transition into adult work and be able to choose the right roles to make sure I can keep doing what I love," he told Vogue.