A YOUNG actor wowed TV viewers in a hilarious comedy sketch for BBC Children In Need.

Lenny Rush, a year nine student at Burnham's Ormiston Rivers Academy, was among the stars in a clever skit set in a Children In Need call centre.

The 13-year-old played the role of the office manager reviewing the work of Peter Andre, Ian Stirling, Deborah Meaden, Lorraine Kelly, Mo Farah and more on their call-handling skills.

Many praised the actor on Twitter for his performance.

One viewer said: ”Lenny Rush is my stand-out star of Children In Need.”

Another viewer said: “Can’t get out my head how absolutely amazing Lenny Rush was on Children In Need last night.

“For me he was the shining light of the whole night. What a talent.”

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Another said: “Lenny Rush has absolutely brilliant comic timing. A total natural. Bound to be a huge star.”

The teenager, from Burnham, was born with spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita, a condition which affects his growth.

He recently starred in the BBC comedy Am I Being Unreasonable in the role of Ollie, alongside Daisy May Cooper.

He is also known for his role as Tiny Tim in the children’s television series Dodger on the BBC.