Thomas Brodie-Sangster was a British-born film and television actor who was best known for voicing the role of Ferb on the popular animated series "Phineas and Ferb" (Disney Channel, 2007-15). Born and raised in England's cultural mecca of London, Brodie-Sangster was surrounded by creative people throughout his youth. He was the second cousin of actor Hugh Grant, whom he would later star alongside in "Love Actually" (2003), while both of his parents worked in the film industry. Having an early fascination with performing, Brodie-Sangster landed his first role at the age of 11 in the British TV movie "Station Jim" (2001). He continued working steadily over the next two years, until landing his breakout role in 2003's "Love Actually." In the film, Brodie-Sangster played the lovesick son of Liam Neeson's character, who learns how to play the drums in order to win over the girl he has a crush on. The success of the film made Brodie-Sangster, then 13, one of the hottest young actors in Britain. He landed several more film and TV roles throughout the 2000s, most notably "Bright Star" (2009) and "Nowhere Boy" (2009); in the latter film, he played a teenage Paul McCartney. By the late 2000s, Brodie-Sangster was best known for voicing the role of Ferb on the cartoon "Phineas and Ferb." The international success of that show led to more voice-over work on "Thunderbirds Are Go" (ITV, 2015- ), which debuted in 2015. In addition to his voice-over work, Brodie-Sangster also starred as Jojen Reed on HBO's "Game of Thrones" (2011- ) and played Rafe Sadler on the BBC miniseries, "Wolf Hall" (2015). That same year, Brodie-Sangster also played the lead in writer/director Antonia Bogdanovich's debut feature, "Phantom Halo" (2015).