Charlie Rowe is an British actor born on April 23, 1996 in Islington, London (England). Rowe began his acting career at age 10 as a guest star in a long-running British children’s TV-series ‘Jackanory’. His first big screen appearance was in the 2007 movie ‘The Golden Compass’, where he played the role of Billy Costa. His big break came in a SyFy/Sky Channel production ‘Neverland’, which is a prequel to ‘Peter Pan’. He played the main role of Peter Pan. He then moved on to American productions, mostly TV-series like ‘Red Band Society’ and ‘Salvation’. In 2015 he audition for the role of Peter Parker / Spider-Man in the MCU. He made it to the final selection along with Charlie Plummer and Timothée Chalamet, but the role eventually went to Tom Holland. Since then he has played small parts in bigger productions. He is also an active member of Alcatraz Beach Club, a London-based street-wear company.