Eros Vlahos is an English actor and comedian best known for his roles as Cyril Gray in Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang, Jake Farley in Summer in Transylvania and Lommy Greenhands in Game of Thrones.
He is also known for his starring role as Nico, a carefree teenager and devoted apprentice to his maestro Leonardo da Vinci, in the historical fantasy drama television series Da Vinci's Demons.
Eros began writing and performing stand-up comedy at the tender age of eight years old and in 2008 he performed a run of his own show entitled Eros Vlahos – Problem Child at the Edinburgh Festival, becoming the youngest comedian to have ever done so. His show was well received by the audience and critics alike.
Best known for his 2010 role as Cyril in Emma Thompson's Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang, Eros' impressive performance was picked out for a special mention in many reviews of the film.
Eros' TV appearances include a role in the hugely successful HBO/Sky Atlantic series Game of Thrones, playing the part of Lommy Greenhands. The character of Lommy recurred in Season 2 which aired on HBO and Sky Atlantic in April 2012.
At the end of 2011, Eros played the young Herbert Pocket in the BBC TV adaption of Great Expectations, co-starring alongside Douglas Booth and Gillian Anderson.
The same year Eros also appeared in a cameo role in the long running and much loved BBC One comedy series Outnumbered as Marcus.
In Spring 2011, Eros appeared alongside Matt LeBlanc in Episodes for the BBC and Showtime, playing the part of Pucks Boy, in which he sported an American accent for the role. In Autumn 2010, Eros starred as Jake Farley in Nickelodeon's Summer in Transylvania.
Eros also appeared in Joe Wright's film Anna Karenina starring Keira Knightley. Shortly after completing Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang in 2010, Eros appeared in an indie movie Third Star alongside Benedict Cumberbatch and Hugh Bonneville, playing Angel Boy.