Britain's Got Talent star Jack Carroll's career has gone from strength to strength since he finished second in the seventh series back in 2013.

The talented actor and comedian has cerebral palsy, and now aged 22 has starred in many famous shows since.

He'd had an impressive career even before appearing on the talent show, and was awarded a 'Teenager of Courage' Pride of Britain award for inspiring thousands of children for his use of comedy.

Jack made quite the impression on 'BGT' when Simon Cowell asked what he did, and Jack replied quickly: 'I'm a professional gymnast," causing Simon to burst out laughing.

At his first audition, the judges voted him through to the next round, where he made it to the semi-finals.

He eventually finished second in the final, and came back for BGT: The Champions in 2019.

His comedy career has flourished, with appearances on 'Sunday Night at the Palladium', 'Live at the Apollo' and Jason Manford's 'It's a Funny Old Week.'

After his appearance on the show, one of the judges, David Walliams offered Jack a part in his BBC One sitcom, Big School.

The talented actor then landed his big breakthrough role in Sky 1's comedy show 'Trollied', set in a supermarket.

He appeared in the show for four years, playing the role of Harry.

Jack has had a soap role too, appearing in an episode of Doctors, as well as Father Ted.

His other roles include '4 O'Clock Club' and 'Eaten by Lions', as well as CBBC appearances on 'The Dog Ate My Homework' and 'Sam & Mark's Big Friday Wind-up'.

Jack regularly shares updates with his 8,000 followers on Instagram, and recently appeared on an episode of Complaints Department with Jason Manford, Sara Pascoe an Dane Baptiste.

As well as comedy and on-screen acting, Jack will be heading out on tour as part of a stage show.

He'll be taking part in 'Cured', a play about a religious pilgrimage which will be opening in Liverpool in 2022.

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