The London Dungeons has hired the teenage actress who played the part of the infamous “Unknown” at the Glasgow Willy Wonka-themed experience.

16-year-old Felicia announced on X that she will be making a “guest appearance” at The London Dungeons on April 7.

She said: “I cannot wait to put my experience of scaring the children in Glasgow to good use at the London Dungeons and I cannot wait to see you guys along with me as I started the role that's Easter.”

A video of the strange figure popping up from behind a mirror in a mostly empty room has been viewed by millions.

Last month in Glasgow, families paid £35 for a "full Wonka" experience. But instead, they found a warehouse with only a few decorations like posters, a rainbow, and a bouncy castle.

Parents got angry and called the police because they wanted their money back from "Willy’s Chocolate Experience," which had nothing to do with the new Timothee Chalamet movie.

The organizer, Billy Coull, who runs the House of Illuminati, has said sorry and says he feels really disappointed.

"The Unknown," a character not in Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, was the unintentional star of the show in Glasgow.

Later, it turned out to be 16-year-old Felicia, doing her first acting job as a supposed evil chocolate maker who lives in walls.

Now, she'll use her talent for scaring kids in Glasgow to scare people in London.