TOM FELTON (Dodge) has been acting professionally since he was 10 years old,
when he starred as Peagreen Clock in Peter Hewitt's fantastical tale The
Borrowers. His talent was quickly spotted by director Andy Tennant, who cast him
in the Academy Award nominated epic feature Anna and the King, playing Jodie
Foster's screen son Louis Leonowens, with Foster playing the title role of Anna.
When Tom was just 11 years old, director Christopher Columbus cast him in the
role that was to make Tom a household name, as Harry Potter's archrival Draco
Malfoy. Tom has starred in all eight Harry Potter feature films. In 2010, Tom
received the MTV Movie Award for Best Villain, for the sixth Harry Potter
installment, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Earlier this year, he won
the same award for his work in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One.
In between Potter shoots, Tom appeared in Johnny Kevorkian's thriller The
Disappeared, and has had a cameo role in the hit-comedy Get Him to the Greek.
Tom recently starred in Todd Lincoln's The Apparition, also starring Ashley
Greene, of Twilight fame, and Sebastian Stan.