Sunday, 10 March 2013

Daniel Kerr: BAFTA nomination for 'The Wee Man'

Schoolboy actor nominated for Bafta for role in gangster drama

Screen star: Daniel Kerr, 12, is in line for a Bafta New Talent Award. Photo source: STV
A 12-year-old actor who portrayed notorious Glasgow gangster Paul Ferris in the film The Wee Man has been nominated for a Bafta.
Daniel Kerr from Glasgow is one of more than 30 nominees for this year's Bafta New Talent Awards, which recognise stand-out work across several categories including acting, writing and animation.
The first-year Bearsden Academy pupil said his nomination was "amazing".
He said: "It just feels amazing to be nominated, I can't believe it.
"When I told my dad when I was younger that I wanted to be an actor, I never imagined I'd be nominated for a Bafta."

The winners will be announced at a ceremony hosted by broadcaster Muriel Gray in Oran Mor, Glasgow, on March 21.
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