A TEN-YEAR-OLD old boy is set for Hollywood stardom – after a talent agency spotted him at a family friend’s wedding.

Max Cottage, from Leigh, has been signed up for two roles alongside a host of British and US A-listers.

He will play the part of the former Prime Minister Tony Blair’s eldest son, Euan, in a new film called the Special Relationship.

The movie explores the relationship between Mr Blair and former US President Bill Clinton during the period of the Monica Lewinsky scandal in the 1990s.

Hope Davis will portray Hillary Clinton, one-time First Lady, and now Secretary of State, while Dennis Quaid is set to take on the role of Bill Clinton.

Michael Sheen is playing Blair for the third time, following from his critically-acclaimed appearances in the Deal and the Queen.

The BBC/HBO crew began filming in London on July 20. Max, who has just left Darlinghurst Primary in Leigh, will be on set this Wednesday, and again later in the month.

Max, who starts at King John School in Thundersley in September, also starts filming as an extra in Ricky Gervais’s new movie Cemetery Junction today.

His big break in the world of cinema happened by chance after he went to his mum’s best friend’s wedding.

Mum Madeline Clark, who owns In Flower florist in Broadway West, Leigh, said: “A friend of a friend has just set up Junior Model Management modelling agency and spotted him at the wedding.

“She asked if she could sign him up and it’s just gone from there.

“Just this week we found out he’d got the part of Euan Blair.

“He and four others went to an audition in London and he got the part, even though he’s got no experience and has never been to a drama school.

“He’s really excited and is hoping to meet all the top actors.”

Max has already been for costume fittings and is yet to find out exactly what the part of Euan Blair will entail.

The Special Relationship is set for release in 2011 while Cemetery Junction opens in April 2010.

Cemetary Junction is written and directed by the partnership of Gervais and Stephen Merchant, who penned comedy series the Office and Extras.

Set in Reading in 1973, the film follows the lives of three young working-class friends, Freddie, Bruce and Snork.