Rollo Weeks Biography
Rollo Weeks is a former British actor, he was born on March 20, 1987, in Chichester, West Sussex, England. He is the son of Robin and Susan Weeks, and the brother of Honeysuckle Weeks and Perdita Weeks are an actress. Rollo attended the Sylvia Young Theatre School and Stowe School. Rollo was fond in acting and modeling, since a very young age.
Rollo started to appear in the commercials and advertisement when he was two years old. His got first lead role in the movie "The Little Vampire", directed by Ulrich Edel.
In 2002, he was nominated for young artist award in 'The Little Vampire' and also nominated for best performance in a feature film- supporting young actor in the Little Vampire. Rollo has done several movies such as Attila, Girl with a Pearl Earring, and so on.
Talking about his personal life Rollo Weeks is possibly single. Previously, he dated Anna Popplewell, is a British theater actress but later they broke. After breakup again he was in a relationship with Diana but unfortunately again he broke his relationships.Edit
Born in West Sussex, England, UK.
Rollo Weeks is a former British actor, He was born in the year 1987, in the month of March 20 in Chichester, West Sussex, England, UK. He is the son of Robin and Susan Weeks, and the brother of Honeysuckle Weeks and Perdita Weeks are an actress.Edit
First Film debut "The Little Vampire"
Weeks' debut film was "The Little Vampire". which was directed by Ulrich Edel. In 2002 he was nominated for young artist award in The Little Vampire and also nominated for best performance in a feature film- supporting young actor in the Little Vampire.
Affair with Anna Popplewell
As per as source, Rollo was dating Anna Popplewell since 2003. His girlfriend Anna is a British film, television and theater actress, best known for her role as Susan Pevensie in The Chronicles of Narnia film series. But later they broke a relationship.
He was appeared in The Thief Lord
His second turn as a title character came as Scipio in 'The Thief Lord' (2006), a movie based on Cornelia Funke’s novel The Thief Lord and directed by Richard Claus. Weeks has also appeared in two TV shows: Berkely Square (1998)