If you're anything like me, you'll randomly wonder what certain child actors grew up to look like. Cue Dominic Scott Kay. He played the young son of Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) and Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) in one scene after the credits of "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End."
To refresh your memory, go ahead and watch his scene below. I'll wait.
Super short scene, right? But, it was iconic back in 2007 (in addition to pissing off the people who saw the film in theaters, but didn't stay until the end of the credits.)
Kay was about 10 or 11 when he scored the part of Will Turner Jr. Today, he's 19 years old and still working in the business.
According to Kay's Facebook page, he is Executive Chairman/CEO at
Basically, he's an actor/director/producer/musician all rolled into one — and he can't even legally drink yet! Furthermore, Kay is big into country music and has three singles out on iTunes.
It's a no-brainer he was destined for stardom, landing his first role in the Steven Spielberg film "Minority Report" back in 2002.
Time seems to have been mighty kind to Kay, but we can't help but notice he grew up to look NOTHING like Orlando Bloom. (But he's still super attractive, so it's still a win-win.) IMDb doesn't have him listed as appearing in the upcoming film "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales," but who knows? Maybe he'll appear at the end of the credits again? *Fingers crossed*