Harry Potter star is unrecognisable as he sells fan videos with huge biceps and tattoos
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Believe it or not, the Harry Potter movie franchise kicked off more than two decades ago, first bursting onto the big screen back in 2001.
Naturally, given that the movie series wrapped up more than ten years ago, its fresh-faced young stars looked markedly different now than they did back then.
But some stars have changed a lot more than others and the bloke who played Viktor Krum is barely recognisable as the Quidditch-playing love interest of Hermione from Harry Potter and the Goblet Fire.
Stanislav Yanevski starred as Bulgarian Krum in the 2005 flick, sporting a shaved head and a serious set of Quidditch skills.
"I definitely liked him," he said.
"Top man, sports person, liked by everyone, big competitor."
But fast forward 18-or-so years and Yanevski is completely transformed with facial hair, bulging muscles and tattoos - what would Hermione say?
For £29 you can get yourself a personal video message from Krum… sorry Yanevski - and he seems to be a hit on the site with a near-perfect 4.98 stars out of five based on almost 900 hundred reviews. Not bad, eh?
His bio on Cameo reads: “Actor and influencer, fitness motivator, YouTuber and Instagrammer, all round peoples kind of guy loving to see people smile and be happy.”
Yanevski is not the only former Potter star to make a bit of extra cash on Cameo - Jamie Waylett, who played Vincent Crabbe in six of the movies is also on the platform.
He was specifically charged with 'violent disorder, having an article with intent to destroy or damage property, and receiving stolen goods’ after being accused of possessing a Molotov cocktail during the looting of a pharmacy.
Now out of jail, he’s available for personalised messages on Cameo, which will set you back £164 per clip.
Much like Yanevski, he looks quite a bit different these days, with tattoos on his face and a large beard.