WILLIAM MOSELEY (Peter) reprises his role as Narnia’s High King, who returns to the enchanted land with his three siblings not to replace Caspian, but to help the young prince save Narnia from tyranny under the reign of the evil Miraz. “Prince Caspian” represents Peter’s final appearance in the series.
William (now 21 years old) had his first motion picture starring role in the first “Narnia” film, for which he earned nominations for the Saturn and Young Artists Awards.
The son of English cinematographer Peter Moseley, William is a native of Gloucestershire in the Cotswolds area of England. He was first spotted by casting director Pippa Hall almost a decade ago (while in primary school) when she was casting the 1998 English TV movie, “Cider with Rosie,” based on Laurie Lee’s memoirs about his childhood in the Cotswold Valley (coincidentally, the village next to the young actor’s own).
She kept her eye on the budding talent over the ensuing years, which led to his first audition for “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” eighteen months before filming commenced in June, 2004. Hall’s casting partner, Gail Stevens, cast him in the 2002 SMG telefilm, “Goodbye, Mr. Chips,” his first professional role.