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Who is Stranger Things star Jamie Campbell Bower - Harry Potter romance to music fame

Stranger Things fans are awaiting an epic showdown between their Hawkins heroes and villain Vecna, as part two of series four drops on Netflix.Viewers were left in shock as Henry Creel was exposed as Vecna in the final episode of part one - with actor Jamie Campbell Bower impressing audiences with his surprise transformation.Since bursting onto our cinema screens in Hollywood blockbusters including The Twilight Saga and Harry Potter, Jamie Campbell Bower has risen to global fame - with the actor gaining further global attention in Stranger Things.READ NEXT: Millie Bobby Brown begged Netflix bosses for her Stranger Things character to be killedAs Stranger Things 4: Part Two drops on Netflix, here's what we know about Vecna star Jamie Campbell Bower.Although Jamie Campbell Bower's fame has risen even higher since appearing as Henry Creel/Vecna in Stranger Things 4, the star has been a familiar face on the silver screen for quite some time.In 2007, a 19 year old Jamie landed his debut film role in Tim Burton's adaptation of Sweeney Todd as Anthony - showcasing his fabulous musical theatre skills in the process.From there it was onwards and upwards for the star, appearing in Guy Ritchie's Rock 'n' Rolla, The Twilight Saga as Caius Volturi and Jace Wayland in The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones.That's not all, as he has also played a younger Gellert Grindelwald in both the Harry Potter film series and its prequels, including Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald.Along with landing theatre roles in productions such as Bend It Like Beckham: The Musical, it is no surprise that the star has an estimated net worth of £3m.It's not only fame he found on the set of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part One, but also

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