cast that we’ve been waiting, and waiting, and waiting for? Georgie Henley, William Moseley, and Skandar Keynes reunited to celebrate Anna Popplewell‘s 30th birthday over the weekend in London and JJJ is having major feelings over it all. Almost 15 years ago I met these three and my life changed forever. “Almost 15 years ago I met these three and my life changed forever. A dream come true,” William, who played the eldest Pevensie, Peter, shared on Instagram. '" (on the cricket scene)"When it's all over I won't miss the bruises he gave me to impress girls, or the occasional scar which will give me a story to tell my grandchildren, but I'll definitely miss the pranks and the laughing and all the making fun of each other.I'll miss the funky advice he gives me about everything -- football, girls, video games, clothes.He auditioned for the role of Simon in Nanny Mc Phee (2005), prior to being cast as Edmund in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005). The name Skandar is of Turkish origin meaning Alexander; oddly enough his character Edmund Pevensie in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005) is obsessed with a delicacy called Turkish Delight.Skandar Keynes's Estimated Net Worth, Age, Biography, Career, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki.One day, because he's always taking the mick out of me, I'm going to have the best comeback ever.I'm going to call him up thirty years from now and say, 'Hey, Andrew, remember when you said this?
He's always trying to get up to the level of the older two by putting down Lucy. - on his character, Edmund Pevensie, in the Chronicles of Narnia I can counter everyone but Andrew.Skandar Amin Casper Keynes (born 5 September 1991) is an English actor best known for starring as Edmund Pevensie in the 2005 film adaptation of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Edmund is the black sheep of the family, always teasing Lucy. He goes through the most radical change, starts to appreciate his family. He returned in the role of Edmund in the film's sequels The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage ... Despite his mother's Lebanese roots, his family's practice of vacationing in Beirut every summer, and his years of weekend language classes, he admitted to The New Yorker magazine that he "doesn't speak Arabic all that well."He passed his A-level exams at the City of London School, a private all-boys school, in spring 2010 with both A*s and As in biology, chemistry, maths, further maths, and history.In October 2010, Skandar entered Cambridge University to study Arabic, Middle Eastern History, and Persian.