SKANDAR KEYNES returns in the role of Edmund Pevensie

SKANDAR KEYNES returns in the role of Edmund Pevensie, the younger brother who after betraying his siblings for his own selfish gain during the Pevensie’s first journey through Narnia, redeems himself by fighting on the side of good against evil. Though still a boy, he has gained in wisdom and his courage has strengthened as the four Pevensies embark on this new adventure to assist the young Prince Caspian in overthrowing his evil uncle Miraz who has usurped his throne.

Skandar Keynes is a sixteen-year-old actor who first appeared at the age of nine in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Macbeth for TV. He immediately followed with another TV part as a Victorian waif in Jonathan Meade’s docudrama for BB2 The Victorians.

In 2001 Skandar played the world-famous Italian racing driver Enzo Ferrari as a child in Duemila Productions’ biopic Ferrari. It was in 2004 shortly before the start of filming that Skandar was cast as Edmund Pevensie in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

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