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Liam Aiken

  1. Haley Joel Osment, The Sixth Sense, 1999.   The young New Yorker refused the role that won Osment an immediate Oscar nomination. New director M Night Shyamalan was convinced after asking Osment if he read his part. “Three times last night." “Wow, you read your part three times?” “Oh no,” said Osment, “ I read the script three times.” Aiken turned it down because he was trying to be...
  2. Daniel Radcliffe, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, 2000.    As Warners’ favourite, aged ten, and in movies for three years, tells it: “I flew to England, and a week later I had the role. Then the next day, I didn't. But I understood. Like James Bond, Harry has to be British.” So he lost the film - and its sequels - for the next eleven years.  The Potter look is greatly inspired by Alan Cox as the young John Watson in 1985’s Young Sherlock Holmes - produced by Steven Spielberg who had wanted to make Potter as a toon franchise.
  3. Jeremy Sumpter, Peter Pan, 2002.    Another British classic but this time it was his age at fault. Aiken’s audition was cancelled when the suits realised he was 12 when they wanted a Pan in the 14-17 bracket.
  4. Gaelan Connell, Brandslam, 2008.    Aiken quit when accepted by NYU’s film school. Ironically, actor-musician Connell quit the same school in mid-term in order to take over the role of Will.


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