Talented six-year-old Oliver Crouch rubs shoulders with Mila Kunis
A talented six-year-old has been rubbing shoulders with Hollywood royalty while working on a new blockbuster.
Oliver Crouch, who attends Kingswood House School, in West Hill, Epsom, will be appearing in Third Person, a love story starring Mila Kunis, Liam Neeson, James Franco, Adrien Brody, Maria Bello and Kim Basinger.
Homeland's David Harewood, from Streatham, will also feature in the film.
Oliver, who is on the books with talent agency Curtis Brown, plays the son of James Franco and Mila Kunis and has already travelled to Rome to shoot all his scenes for the film which is due out later in the year.
Set in Paris, New York and Rome, the movie, from Oscar winner Paul Haggis, tells the story of love at the beginning, middle and end of a relationship.
Oliver’s parents, Rachel and James Crouch, said they are delighted he has had such an exciting experience.
They said: "Oliver really enjoyed filming his scenes in Rome and he loved meeting all the actors face-to-face. We’re looking forward to seeing him on the big screen."
Jennifer Jones, principal at Stagecoach Sutton, the theatre school where Oliver trains, said: "All the teachers and pupils here are made up for Oliver and are very proud to have a real Hollywood star in their school."