Bertie Highmore Biography, Siblings, Family, Other Facts
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Let’s talk a little bit about famous siblings, we have the Williams sisters in the world of tennis, the Kardashian Jenner sisters and their reality television series, the Hemsworth brothers who owe their fame and fortune to acting, and many other famous celebrity siblings you didn’t know were related; possibly Freddie and Bertie Highmore. The former is famous for his roles as Peter Llewelyn Davies in Finding Neverland (2004), Robert in Five Children and It (2004), and Charlie Bucket in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), among other various roles in video games, television, and film, while the latter is still scratching the surface of his acting career.

Given this, it is only normal that much about Bertie Highmore is not known. But given the nature of the family, he comes from, there is no denying that the future holds great promise for him if he decides to intensify his acting career. Below you will find more than just the basic facts of his biography, but also interesting facts about this Highmore, including details about his family life and what you have.

Bertie Highmore’s Biography

Somewhere in London, England, Great Britain, and on February 8, 1995, Bertie Highmore was born as the son of Edward Highmore and his wife Sue Latimer. Although he is now known as Bertie Highmore, he was given the name Albert Samuel Highmore after his birth.

As his brother Freddie was a pupil in the suburb of Hampstead Garden, where he received his earliest education, it was assumed that this was the elementary school that Bertie attended. Freddie attended the British co-educational independent day school (Highgate School) before moving to Emmanuel College in Cambridge. While it is possible that Bertie was forced to attend these schools, the details of his education are best known to him.

You will easily find out that Bertie Highmore is an actor, but unlike his brother, who has appeared in many television works and even more films with dozens of prestigious awards and nominations for his efforts, Bertie is only known for his role as Colin Women Talking Dirty, the 1999 British comedy film in which he played the brother of his brother’s character.

Since then, at least to the best of our knowledge, Bertie has not participated in any work. In fact, hardly anyone can say whether he intends to make acting his life’s work. But one thing is for sure, his family has everything it takes to help him thrive in the industry whenever he is ready.

His Family (Siblings and Parents)

So far we could find out that Freddie Highmore is the brother of Bertie Highmore. Freddie was born in 1992 on February 14th and is the only sibling of Bertie; you can read more about him here. Apart from Freddie, who has distinguished himself as one of the best English actors, other members of Bertie’s family are known for their efforts in the entertainment industry.

While his father, Edward Highmore, has been an actor since 1984, it is no secret that Bertie’s mother, Sue Latimer, is a talent agent and producer who counts famous actors such as Daniel Radcliffe, Philip Glenister, Lisa McGrillis, Adam Godley, and Stephanie Gil among her clients. Meanwhile, Edward became known through roles such as Malkon in BBC’s Doctor Who (1984), Leo Howard in Howards’ Way (1985-1990), and most recently as a Cabinet Member in the British comedy Ali G Indahouse.

Considering the involvement of Bertie Highmore’s family in the acting industry, it is not naive to think that he would be well off if he chose acting as his chosen profession.

Other Facts to Know About Bertie Highmore

1. His father and his brother had the opportunity to work together They were cast as father and son in the American TV mini-series “Jack and the Beanstalk”: The true story.

2. As a producer, his mother can look back on films like Ahead of the Class (2005) and Patrick (2018). The latter earned her a nomination for the British National Film Awards 2019.

3. In 2018 his brother was nominated for the Golden Globe Awards. He was nominated in the category Best Actor for the television series drama; this was for his role in The Good Doctor.