Daniel Roche has been busy celebrating his 20th birthday today and fans can't believe how much he's grown up.
The award-winning child star rose to fame playing the mischievous, yet cute, Ben Brookman in BBC comedy Outnumbered.
From 2007 to 2014 he acted as Ben, the hyperactive and pathological liar, who will be returning for the Christmas special this year.
Now all grown up, he took to his Instagram account to share his 20th birthday antics with his 42,000 followers.
Posing with friends, a red-faced Daniel clung on to female pals with a huge grin slapped across his face.
Captioning the pic, "birthday weekend family" his fans flocked to the comments section to gush over his transformation.
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One wrote: "Omg so grown up!"
Another said: "I miss you in Outnumbered."
A third gushed: "Looking so different."
One more said: "Lowkey looking like Post Malone."
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Daniel's first TV appearance was at just aged five when he played a boy with special needs who threw himself off a roof as he pretended to be a superhero in an episode of Casualty.
Then after many more roles in TV adverts, including for Huggies nappies and Kingsmill Bread, he landed his most famous gig as Ben.
In the Christmas 2010 BBC adaptation of Just William, he played the title role and was nominated for a Children's Bafta for Best Performer.
In 2010 he also starred as a young Stephen Fry in the Sky 1 comedy Little Crackers.
The actor now plays semi-professional rugby and is often seen at festivals living it up.
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