In television, he is especially known for his fierce acting as emotionally disturbed Norman Bates in Bates Motel from 2013-present.
Now looking back at his more than 10 years of acting career, his most recognized role would be troubled young Peter Llewellyn Davies in Finding Neverland, brave and smart child Robert in Five Children and It, kind and loving boy Charlie Bucket in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, heroic Arthur in Arthur and the Invisibles, music prodigy Evan Taylor in August Rush, identical twins Jared Garceand Simon Grace in The Spiderwrick Chronicles, gifted high school senior in The art of Getting by.
His upcoming movie My Name is Emily is highly anticipated by his fans.
) about a plot that took many wild and surprising twists before ending up, at season’s end, where it had to go in order to be in synch with the classic “Psycho” film: with the death of Norman’s mother (Vera Farmiga).
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Dish “Bates Motel” with Hollywood insiders in our notorious forums – Click here But Norman is so crazy that he actually thinks he is his mom at times, of course, and those scenes were the hardest for Highmore to perform.
“The trickiest stuff is when we see Norman transition into Norma.
Just, I will suggest his shirtless pictures from Bates Motel if you are interested.
Just an interesting thought, “In an interview with Metro in 2011, he was describing about his latest film The Art Of Getting By and the chemistry between him and emma roberts in the film.
The guy is pretty much confident to talk about his kiss scene of the movie in public.