George MacKay is a well-known actor from Britain best known for his roles in films like ‘For Those in Peril’ in 2013, and ‘The Boys Are Back’ in 2009. He was born on 13th March in the year 1992 in the city of London in the UK. He was born to Paul MacKay, a stage management and lighting expert with an Australian descent and Kim Baker, who was a costume designer by profession. MacKay started his career since when he was as young as five years old. In 2003, during his high school education at The Harrodian School, George was asked to audition for the film, ‘Peter Pan.' He did and got the role of Curly, from the Lost Boys.
In the year 2005, George had been selected for playing the role in the film, ‘The Thief Lord’ made by filmmaker Richard Claus. He appeared in the movie playing the character, ‘Riccio’. In the year 2006, the book, ‘Johnny and the Bomb’ written by Terry Pratchett was adapted into a television series by BBC and was aired as a three-part series. George MacKay was cast in the lead role of the series and played the role of Johnny. He was cast alongside other actors like Zoe Wanamaker, Frank Finlay, Keith Barron, etc.
George was selected to play the lead in a play named, ‘Ah, Wilderness!’ made by Eugene O’Neill. He played the role of ‘Richard Miller’ and it was played at The Young Vic in South Bank, London and had run from the 14th of April in 2015 to the 23rd of May in 2015. Some of George’s best-known works include ‘Rose and Maloney’ in 2004 in which he appeared as ‘Young Calum’, ‘The Old Curiosity Shop’ in 2007 in the role of ‘Kit Nubbles’ and ‘The Outcast’ in 2015 in which he made his appearance as ‘Lewis Aldridge’.