An important character in the famed Game Of Thrones series, Thomas Brodie-Sangster plays Jojen Reed. He is of English descent, and he is an actor as well as a musician. He is popularly known for his voice as Ferb in Phineas and Ferb and the character of Newt in the popular movie
The Maze Runner. Thomas was born in 1990, in London on 16th May. His parents were actors too - Mark Ernest Sangster, who was also a musician and film editor, and Anastasia. He played the guitar and bass and learned to play left-handed guitar to portray Paul McCartney in
Nowhere Boy. He began his acting career with Station Jim, a BBC television film.
Subsequently, he played several roles in television films before appeared in Love Actually. He then appeared in Feather Boy, Nanny McPhee and Doctor Who. In 2008, Thomas was announced to play the role of Tintin in Steven Spielberg's CGI motion film The Adventures of Tintin. However, he left the project due to delay in shooting and scheduling issues. Sangster rose to fame with his role as Casey in Some Dogs Bite, Paul McCartney in Nowhere Boy and Donald Clarke in Death of a Superhero, all of which were cult films. Thomas worked with director Jane Campion in March 2008 on her film Bright Star, which is a movie based on John Keats. In 2009, he did a film based on the early life of John Lennon. In 2011, he played the role of Liam in The Last Furiong.
He appeared in
The Baytown Outlaws in 2012 and also acted in Ella Jones' short film - The Ugly Duckling. Sangster played the role of Ralph Sadler in a 6-part adaptation of BBC2's Wolf Hall. In 2006, he started Brodie Films with his mother Tasha Bertram to create more opportunities for new talent in Britain. However, in May 2013, the company was dissolved. In 2010, he joined the band Winnet; he plays bass guitar while his mom sings the vocals. He has done more than 20 films and has acted in about 20 television shows. Thomas has also been nominated for the Young Artist Award in various categories for Nanny McPhee, The Maze Runner and The Last Legion.