Eros Vlahos (born 13 January 1995) is an English-Greek actor and
comedian, probably best known for his roles as Cyril Gray in Nanny
McPhee and the Big Bang, Jake Farley in Summer in Transylvania, and
Lommy Greenhands in Game of Thrones. He also appeared in a recurring
role on the television series Da Vinci's Demons, as Nico Machiavelli.
1 Family background and personal life
4 External links
Family background and personal life
Eros Vlahos was born in
London on 13 January 1995. His parents are
Terry Davy (mother) and Spiros Vlahos (father), and he has a younger
brother (approx. 7 years age difference), Tron Vlahos. He is of
British (maternal) and Greek (paternal) ancestry.
Vlahos' parents also work in commercial partnership with one another;
his mother as a fashion designer and his father as business
manager. They own and operate the original Cyberdog shop in Camden
Market; a futurist and rave-scene fashion, accessory, and toy retailer
which they founded together in 1994. Their pet chihuahua, "Chichi the
Cyberdog", inspired the name of the store and was featured as part of
its brand-image. The family still keeps a chihuahua as a pet in the
present-day (as of 2013).
Eros attended day-school (as opposed to boarding school) in London. He
draws, and assembles
Lego sets as hobbies. He is a sports fan,
particularly of football, and likes going out to movies and
In an interview on GreekReporter about his new role on Da Vinci's
Demons and his life, Eros said he likes to visit his friends and
family at Filiates, his father’s home village in Greece.
Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang
Summer in Transylvania
Recurring role, 4 episodes
Recurring role, 3 episodes
Game of Thrones
Former recurring role 2011-2012, 4 episodes
Episode: "The Parent's Evening"
Young Herbert Pocket
Da Vinci's Demons
Recurring role/supporting character, 27 episodes
In the summer of 2008, at the age of 13, Vlahos wrote and performed
his own material at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. In December of that
year, he was recruited to review Christmas pantomimes for the Guardian
newspaper and website. He also had a comedy show on Radio
has appeared on CBBC Extra. He has been involved with the "Comedy
Club 4 Kids UK" children's Comedy Academy.
Vlahos is active on Twitter, maintains an official website, and has a
blog on Tumblr; on which he intermittently posts examples of his
comedy writing. He also engages in various other creative activities
online, including uploading pictures and occasional videos or video
Eros Vlahos [@Eros_V] (13 January 2013). "Yay, happy 18th birthday
me!" (Tweet). Retrieved 9 February 2013 – via Twitter.
Eros Vlahos on IMDb
^ "The Times". The Times. UK. Retrieved 24 January 2012.
^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 4 February 2012.
Retrieved 5 March 2012.
^ a b "Teenage Eros laughs all the way to a TV gig". The Scotsman. UK.
16 August 2008. Retrieved 24 January 2012.
Eros Vlahos (@Eros_V) - Twitter". twitter.com. Retrieved 16
^ Anna Karenina on IMDb
Da Vinci's Demons
Da Vinci's Demons on IMDb
Eros Vlahos' official website
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