Charlie Creed-Miles may look young, but the youthful visage hides over ten years' work as an actor. On television he has had a hatful of lead roles from that nursery of British talent Press Gang (which also spawned the careers of Sadie Frost, Julia Sawalha and Dexter Fletcher) through Drop the Dead Donkey, The Upper Hand and Faith in the Future. He also appeared in the seminal BBC Screen Two presentation Loved Up. On the big screen his notable credits have included Peter Medak's Let Him Have It, Hanif Kureishi's London Kills Me, Ben Ross' Young Poisoner's Handbook, Danny Cannon's Judge Dredd and Luc Besson's The Fifth Element. He also took Cannes by storm in 1997 with his stunning portrayal of Billy in Gary Oldman's seminal Nil by Mouth.