Peter Pan star Jeremy Sumpter looks completely different 20 years after the series – and is now a father himself.
Jeremy, now 34, looks nothing like his title character in the 2003 fantasy film Peter Pan, so he was clearly a boy who didn’t refuse to grow up.
The California-born star traded in her golden locks and cherubic cheeks for an oversized head of hair and shaggy stubble.
The actor is now a father to adorable five-month-old daughter Lucy, who he shares with his wife Elizabeth Treadway.
Jeremy often shares updates from his life in Nashville – including snaps of his family and his acting jobs.
After starring in the film alongside Jason Isaacs as Captain Hook and Rachel Hurd-Wood as Wendy Darling, the actor went on to take on roles in a number of titles.
He previously appeared in the horror film “An American Crime” with Elliot Page and Catherine Keener and in the comedy “The Sasquatch Gang”.
Jeremy was most recently seen in the disaster film Into The Storm with Richard Armitage and Sarah Wayne Callies, and he is also set to appear in a few feature films that are still in pre-production.
However, Jeremy wasn’t always an actor: he started his career as an award-winning teen model at the age of 11 in Kentucky before moving to LA with his family.
He then appeared in a few films, including the psychological horror film “Frailty”, which earned him a Saturn Award nomination for “Best Performance by a Younger Actor”, and finally he landed the role of Peter Pan at the age of 13.
The actor did most of his stunts for Peter Pan himself, having practiced swordplay, exercised in gymnastics and lifted weights for up to five hours a day.
While filming in Australia, he also surfed and played cricket and formed a close bond with his co-star Rachel Hurd-Wood.
Jeremy clearly still enjoys exercise and often shares snaps of fishing and golfing with his 566,000 Instagram followers.