At the age of 11, George played the part of the boy in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot at the Theatre Royal, where he worked with Sir Patrick Stewart who taught him how to play backgammon!
Prior to this, George’s other acting credits include The Bill, his first professional role.
In 2017, George played Billy Cooper in the TNT series Will, created by Craig Pearce. He got to take on some of Shakespeare’s women’s characters, as was customary for the young theatre apprentice in Elizabethan England.
Other TV credits include a recurring guest star on season 3 of AMC’s Into The Badlands (2018).
George starred as Seb in the Disney Channel mystery adventure series Evermoor, which premiered on the Disney Channel in more than 160 countries worldwide from autumn 2014.
He also presented on the BAFTA award-winning British children’s entertainment television series, Friday Download, and appears in a feature length version, Friday Download The Movie, which premiered in UK theaters in 2015.
An avid fan of music, in 2013, George guest presented on BBC Radio 1’s Chart Show. He remains passionate about music, and plays drums and guitar.
When George isn’t acting and presenting, he’s into fitness in a big way and enjoys practicing calisthenics. George’s break dancing led him to compete in the UDO world-championships in 2012, where he was placed 2nd. Soon after, he appeared on the popular children’s entertainment show, Alisha’s Street Dance Stars.
George recently moved to Los Angeles.