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The film broke many box office records, being the third highest grossing film of 2011.
After a short break from films and television, Ings appeared in the sitcom “Uncle” which stars Nick Helm and Daisy Haggard, then made an appearance in “Mount Pleasant” which follows the life of the main character Lisa.
Very little information is known about Daniel’s childhood and his family, except that he attended Dauntsey’s school which is an independent day and boarding school located in Wiltshire, and after matriculating, enrolled at the University of Lancaster which is located in Lancashire, northern England, one of only six collegiate universities in the UK, and ranked among the top 10 in UK Universities. Daniel then trained at the National Youth Theatre and the Bristol Old Vic Theatre, before beginning his career on stage and in short films.
After a string of short films, he had his first notable role in the television series “Pete Versus Life” in 2010, in which he played the character Jake.
Little's break came when he was offered the role of Antony Royle in the BBC sitcom, The Royle Family.
This prompted him to abandon his medical studies at the University of Manchester and concentrate on his acting career.
The show follows the misadventures of budding sports journalist Pete Griffiths, played by Rafe Spall, as he tries to manage his personal and professional life.
He was in the series for a year and then had a small role in the sitcom entitled “Peep Show”, which follows the lives of two dysfunctional friends.
It is loosely based on the novel “On Stranger Tides” and stars Johnny Depp reprising his role as Captain Jack Sparrow in search of the Fountain of Youth.Ralf Alastair John Little (born 8 February 1980) is an English actor, writer and semi-professional footballer, working mainly in television comedy.He has played Antony Royle in The Royle Family and Jonny Keogh in the first six series of Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps.He appeared in Juliet Mc Koen's 2005 ghost story/murder mystery film Frozen, set in Fleetwood, Lancashire.Between November 2002 and January 2003 He hosted 17 one-hour-long episodes of The Ralf Little Show on BBC Choice.