After finishing her role as Lucy Pevensie in all three films, Georgie Henley continued to act, recently appearing alongside Abigail Breslin in Perfect Sisters, and also starring in The Sisterhood of Night. Instead Keynes has persued academics, going on to study Arabic and Middle Eastern History at Cambridge University, graduating in 2014.
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He is best known for playing the role of Edmund Pevensie in fantasy film series The Chronicles of Narnia.
He got enlightened from Thornhill Primary School, Anna Scher Theatre School, Pembroke College, Cambridge, and City of London School. He made his acting debut that year by playing the role of Waif in the TV documentary Queen Victoria Died in 1901 and is Still Alive Today. In 2005, he gave his audition for the Nanny Mc Phee and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Between 20, he received three Young Artist Awards, one of them was for Leading Young Actor. Recalling his past life, the young artist was born Alexander Amin Casper “Skandar” Keynes on 5 September 1991. His grandparents were Furugh Afnan and Cecil Fadlo Hourani. He is great-great-great-grandson of naturalist Charles Darwin.
Keynes did his first TV show appearance in a December 2005 episode of the news talk show The Early Show as himself. Edgar Douglas Adrian is his paternal Great-Grandfather.