April 15, 2007
Born in 2007, Nathan Mack grew up with a zest for acting as a child in the United Kingdom. He began attending a prestigious performing arts school at the age of 5 and honed his skills early. He made his professional acting debut in "Babylon" (2014), a TV mini-series created and directed by acclaimed filmmaker Danny Boyle and starring Brit Marling. He only had a small part in the production, but it helped give Mack the credit to hang with the tough audition process for his first main role. He was cast as the young teacup Chip in the Disney live-action version of "Beauty and the Beast" (2017) starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens. Chosen from hundreds of other kids, he worked with acclaimed actors such as Emma Thompson, Ian McKellen, and Ewan McGregor.