Mostly Credited As: Calum Callaghan
Impromptu dancing lessons introduced London native Calum Callaghan to acting at a very young age. While waiting for her daughter, his babysitter put him into dancing lessons to occupy time, and later a dancing audition led to his first professional gig. He shot to stardom in 1994, at age 8, while performing with the British boy-band "Take That" as a mini-version of singer Mark Owen. He would go on to star in a number of musicals on stage in London's West End, including "Oliver" and "Les Misérables".