Nineteen years after his brief appearance on the series, the A FORGOTTEN Still Game child star looks unrecognizable.
Munro Chambers played Jack’s grandson in the legendary third series adventure entitled “Hoaliday”.
In the hilarious outing, the larger than life retirees trade Craiglang for Toronto to visit Jack’s Canadian family – a rare opportunity.
Old friends Jack and Victor see sights like the CN Tower and Niagara Falls on their transatlantic adventure.
And the couple are left speechless after ordering a mammoth breakfast consisting of eight slices of bacon, six sausages, eggs, hash browns, toast and pancakes.
However, the stars of the series are Jack’s young grandsons, Jack Jr., played by Munro Chambers, and his younger brother Stephen, played by Jack Knight.
Nearly two decades after the episode aired, Munro seems a world away from the fresh-faced young man he played on the sitcom.
Munro was born in Ontario, Canada in 1990 and has been an actor since he was seven years old.
The talented performer has appeared in a number of other popular productions including Beethoven’s Christmas Adventures and Murdoch Mysteries.
Elsewhere, a Still Game star shared a picture of his rarely seen brother, who appeared in the same episode.
Greg Hemphill, who plays Victor in the hit comedy, shared the snap with his 120,000 Twitter followers.
And revealed that his older brother Stevie played the role of CN Tower tour guide in the popular episode.
Greg wrote: “This is me and my older brother Steve. He came and played the CN tower lift guy on the Canada episode of Still Game.”
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