Remember the adorable little boy from The Full Monty? The one with a bowl cut who just wanted to make his dad proud? Well, he's all grown up - and very handsome indeed!
Actor William Snape still identifies himself with his work in the smash hit comedy, calling himself the "Full Monty lad" on Twitter.
The star, who goes by Wim, played 11-year-old Nathan in the British comedy about a group of working class men who, down on their luck, decide to strip for cash. Sporting a bowl cut and curtain fringe for the BAFTA-winning film, Wim looks unrecognisable as the child who played Robert Carlyle's son. Now with short, dark hair and thick stubble, the actor looks dashing in his Instagram snaps.
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William looks unrecognisable without his bowl haircut
The 30-year-old has shared on social media a series of photos of himself exploring London, such as visiting the Warner Bros Studio Tour and a number of hot spots in East London.
Still an actor, Wim has also appeared in Holby City, Emmerdale and Heartbeat, and according to MailOnline, has just completed sci-fi movie Genesis.
Wim was just 11-years-old when he played Nathan in The Full Monty
Wim isn't the only child star to have made a splash recently, as Britain's Got Talent's very own Connie Talbot has recently revealed that she is releasing her incredible seventh album at just 15-years-old, nine years after appearing on the talent show at the age of six.
Still living at home, her sister Mollie told Birmingham Mail how she still loves to sing. She said: "Connie still sings all round the house. I swear she even sings in her sleep.
"She deserves all this success because she is so grounded. She doesn't expect anything, so anything she gets is a bonus. She is changing into a young woman."