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HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE

RUPERT GRINT (Ron Weasley) reprises his role as the youngest Weasley brother and best friend to Harry Potter. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone was Rupert's first foray into the world of professional acting, his natural talent has garnered him worldwide critical and public acclaim: A British Critic's Circle nomination for Best Newcomer and Winner of Outstanding New Talent at The Golden Satellite Awards from the Independent Press Academy.

Prior to winning the role of Ron, Rupert performed in school productions, including the role of the Gangster Rooster in Annie, Peter Pan and Rumplestiltskin in the Grimm Tales

Since filming the Sorcerer's Stone, Rupert has gone on to star as a young madcap professor in Peter Hewitt's film Thunderpants and reprised his role in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and, most recently, the leading role in the film Driving Lessons with Laura Linney and Julie Walters for writer and director Jeremy Brock.

Rupert is seventeen years old and is the eldest of five siblings. He enjoys golf, is currently learning how to drive and is incredibly excited about starting work on Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix early next year. Prior to winning the role of Ron Weasley, he performed in school productions and with the local theatre drama group. Productions included the role of the gangster Rooster in Annie, a production of Peter Pan and Rumplestiltskin in the Grimm Tales.

He has grown immensely since audiences first welcomed him several years ago as the impossibly cute and hilarious youngest Weasley boy – and now a mature young man of 17, Rupert can often be found on a golf course when not on a film set.

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