Four different actors, most recently Dominic West, have portrayed King Charles in "The Crown."
West said Camilla, the Queen Consort, called him "Your Majesty" at an event after he was cast.
Jack Farthing also played Charles in the movie "Spencer" with Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana.
In the first season of "The Crown" on Netflix, Billy Jenkins played a young King Charles.
Jenkins and Vanessa Kirby, who portrayed Princess Margaret, played pranks on other cast members during shooting.
He looks just like Charles did as the young Duke of Cornwall.
Charles was photographed for his sixth birthday in 1954 by Marcus Adams.
In season two of "The Crown," Julian Baring took over the role of 8-year-old Charles.
Season two depicts Charles' struggles at Gordonstoun, a boarding school in Scotland.
Charles later referred to his time at Gordonstoun as "a prison sentence" and "absolute hell," according to the epitaph of episode nine.
Charles sent Prince William and Prince Harry to Eton, a boarding school closer to Windsor Castle, where the Queen Mother had wanted to send him.
Josh O'Connor played Charles on season four of "The Crown."
Season four portrays the beginning of Charles' relationship with Princess Diana and their troubled marriage.
O'Connor and Charles share similar facial features, which O'Connor called "a money-saver on prosthetics" in an interview with GQ.
O'Connor also worked with a dialect coach to perfect Charles' voice.
Jack Farthing played Charles in the 2021 drama "Spencer."
Farthing starred in the film with Kristen Stewart, who played Diana.
Farthing told Insider's Zac Ntim that stepping into the role of Charles was intimidating.
"It's obviously a very scary overwhelming idea, taking on someone like that — trying to find your own truth in a character that everyone knows so well and is so visible and so recorded and so impersonated," he said.
Dominic West will play Charles on the upcoming season of "The Crown."
West told Radio Times magazine that Camilla, the Queen Consort, greeted him as "Your Majesty" in 2021 after his casting was announced.
The much-anticipated fifth season premieres on Netflix on November 9.
Season five chronicles the brewing tension between Diana and the royal family.