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He still did not want to pursue acting as a profession and at 14 he left Sylvia Young Theatre School in favour of Ranelagh School, a Berkshire-based Church of England day school. Grant's semi-autobiographical film Wah-Wah (2005) as Ralph Compton, a boy who is forced to deal with the disintegration of his family.The film, set in Swaziland during the 1960s, chronicles the decline of the British Empire in Africa.As a result, he spent most of his time with his mother and sisters; he said being raised by women might have helped him "steer clear of some pitfalls that guys who didn't grow up with women would fall into".Nicholas' acting potential was discovered at the age of three by a theatre director during a performance of a play that starred Nicholas' brother.Hoult made his debut in Hollywood with Gore Verbinski's film The Weather Man (2005) as the son of a television weather presenter (Nicolas Cage) undergoing a mid-life crisis. Hoult was a student at Sixth Form College Farnborough in 2006 when he was cast in the lead role of the television teenage-drama Skins.He was initially sceptical of his ability to play Tony Stonem, a manipulative, egocentric anti-hero, and identified more closely with the supporting character Sid.
Hoult began attending auditions and at the age of five was cast in the 1996 drama Intimate Relations, his first feature-film role. He nonetheless decided to participate in the early rounds of auditions and was eventually cast in the role of Marcus, a "woolly-hatted, oddball son of a suicidal, hippy-ish single mother, [who] gets bullied horribly at school".
His transition to adult roles began with the 2009 drama film A Single Man, for which he earned a BAFTA Rising Star Award nomination, and the fantasy film Clash of the Titans (2009).
He was cast as the mutant Hank Mc Coy in Matthew Vaughn's 2011 superhero film X-Men: First Class, a role he reprised in later installments of the series. Outside film, Hoult voiced Elliot in Lionhead Studios' 2010 action role-playing game Fable III, appeared in the 2009 West End play New Boy, and is involved in philanthropy, supporting such charitable organisations as Teenage Cancer Trust and Christian Aid.
“Bryana has also started flying over to London a lot so she can see Nicholas.
“He is very busy with work so it’s hard to get their schedules to match — but when they can see each other they do and they are having a great time together.
As a child, he began accompanying them and developed his own interest in acting.