- Jack Veal is a young child actor who rose to prominence after appearing in the Netflix blockbuster series The End of the F***ing World.
- Veal played the character of Little James in the series.
- On June 12, 2007, Jack was born in the United Kingdom.
- Jack’s career in the entertainment sector began in 2017 with his debut in the film My Name Is Lenny.
Jack Veal is a young child actor who rose to prominence after appearing in the Netflix blockbuster series The End of the F***ing World. Jack Veal played the character of Little James in the series.
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Jack Veal’s birthday is in June
Every year on June 12th, the outstanding Jack Veal celebrates his birthday.
He celebrated his 14th birthday on June 12th.
Jack celebrated his 14th birthday in London, United Kingdom, with his family.
After celebrating his birthday, he came to Instagram to share some photos from the occasion.
In the caption of that post, he mentioned how much has transpired this year and how he was thousands of miles away from his family on his 13th birthday.
Finally, he took the time to thank everyone for their thoughtful birthday greetings.
On June 12, 2007, Jack was born in the United Kingdom.
He was given the birth name Jack Anthony Veal. Gemini is his astrological sign.
According to his IMDb page, he is 5 feet 3 inches tall.
Furthermore, his eyes are blue, and his hair is light/medium brown.
Jack Veal’s Family Raised Him Well
Jack Veal was raised in the United Kingdom’s suburbs by his family.
While his father’s name is Steve Veal, his mother’s identity has not been revealed.
Nonetheless, it is known that his mother works for the United Kingdom National Health Service and has been actively assisting individuals in the past few years throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aside from his parents, he has a younger sister whose identity has not yet been revealed.
He also has a grandma, Elizabeth John, with whom he has a special relationship.
The actor enjoys traveling to new areas with his entire family by his side.
He also takes the time to share some beautiful photos with his family members and to wish his father on key occasions such as Father’s Day.
Jack Veal’s Career as an Actor began in 2017
Jack’s career in the entertainment sector began in 2017 with his debut in the film My Name Is Lenny.
He played the character of Little Lenny in the film.
He got his big break the same year when he was cast as Little James in the Netflix blockbuster series The End of the F***ing World.
He later went on to play Simon Brown / Simon in the show Tin Star.
In 2018, he appeared in one film and one television series: Call the Midwife, where he portrayed Kevin Lunt, and The Favourite, where he played Boy in an uncredited role.
In 2019, he returned to Tin Star for one episode as Simon Brown / Simon.
In the same year, he played Young Liam in his third big-screen film, The Corrupted.
In the film Come Away, he made his debut as Curly in 2020.
Later that year, in a short film called His Name, Was Gerry, he played the character of Jack.
Following that, he has not appeared in any acting roles, but he announced that he would be appearing in the Marvel/Disney+ series Loki.
And now the wait is over, as Jack made his first appearance in Loki’s freshly released episode 4, which premiered on June 30, 2021.
The English actor finally emerged as ‘little Loki,’ an alternate form of Loki who is still in his boyhood days, in the fourth episode’s end credits scene.
The young Loki was joined by three more alternate versions of Loki (Boastful Loki, Classic Loki, and Allegator Loki) in a location known as ‘The Void,’ where the Time Variance Authority (TVA) throws all of the non-essential objects that they prune (destroy/remove) from the timeline.
The episode then concludes with the credits rolling.
When Jack reappeared in the fifth episode of Loki, which was broadcast on July 7, 2021, he quickly became a fan favorite.
He had a long run-time in the episode this time.
With only one episode of Loki left, viewers may see more of Jack as the kid Loki, either in the sixth and last episode of the show or in upcoming MCU ventures.
The season finale of the Marvel/Disney+ show will be available only on Disney+ on Wednesday, July 14.