Toby Sebastian revealed he would never rule out acting alongside his famous younger sister Florence Pugh ahead of his latest film release.
The 31-year-old star is one of four talented siblings that were brought up in a household full of creativity.
A performer in his own right, Toby boasts a plethora of acting credits including Game of Thrones and Barely Lethal as well as a musical career that has taken him touring around the UK.
He added another title to his acting portfolio when he appeared in a comedy flick with a green message that also featured pop icon Kate Nash and Derry Girls’ Saoirse-Monica Jackson.
With Coffee Wars about to hit Britain, Toby reflected on how his Oscar-nominated sister’s career had impacted his own quest for success in the same field.
He exclusively told Metro.co.uk: ‘For me, it’s completely normal because I remember when I got I think maybe my second or third professional acting job, she then got her first at the same time and there was a three or four year period where we both land a job at the same time.
‘They were both kind of big in different ways and I always say to people, having a sibling doing incredibly well is the best situation you could possibly have.
‘I wouldn’t want any one of my siblings to not be doing well. If someone that you love can excel in their career, then as far as I’m concerned that’s the absolute dream!’
Florence is everyone’s woman of the moment from her iconic style to flawless acting performances – the world is wrapped up in Pugh-mania.
Following roles in Midsommer, Little Women and Don’t Worry Darling, the media swarm thickened and interest in the 27-year-old surged.
Toby explained what it was like to watch his sister become the subject of the world’s media: ‘I’m so used to it, things have a gradual build so it’s not news to me.
‘Obviously with success in this industry comes fame and people recognise you and all that stuff.
‘I don’t live with it on a day-to-day basis but she rises to the task of everything that she does.
‘I don’t know a more professional person or I’m yet to meet one who is as professional across the board as she is.
He went on to predict a time when the talented duo would star alongside each other in a film: ‘There’s no doubt that I’m sure at some point we’ll do something in the future.
‘When that is, I don’t know but I would’ve thought yeah, absolutely. We’ve all grown up performing and working together and so anything’s possible.
‘At the moment we’re both on two different paths but as a family, we’ve always created – so yeah!’
Toby portrays Kate’s character’s rival Rudy in the impact feature film Coffee Wars which will donate 100 percent of all proceeds to environmental and animal welfare charities.
The comedy flick follows coffee aficionado Jo (Kate Nash) as she brings veganism to the World Barista Championships in a bid to win a massive cash prize.
Coffee Wars is available to stream in the UK on Amazon Prime from April 17.
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