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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.
Aside from her on-screen achievements, she also graduated from Cambridge University with a Bachelor of Arts in English in June 2016. After finishing up with the role of Edmund Pevensie after Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Keynes seems to have mostly stopped acting, with most recent credit being for an audio drama, The Extraordinary Adventures of G. In 2015 he completed a three month internship at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), spending time in Amman, Jordon to research Syrian refugees in Jordan.
Since then she has become known for her role in Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn as Chyler Silva, as well as starring as Lola in The CW TV series, Reign.
Like her younger Narnia co-stars, she also went on to tertiary study during after her time on Narnia, studying English Language and Literature at Oxford University. Following his role in all three films as Peter Pevensie, William Moseley has forged probably the most successful acting career of all four children, starring in the films Run, The Silent Mountain, Friend Request, The Veil and The Little Mermaid the last two currently being in post production. network series The Royals alongside Elizabeth Hurley, the show will kick off its third season later this year.
Like most professional actresses, Anna Popplewell insisted on the use of a body double for certain film scenes.
Director Andrew Adamson helped bring Lewis's magical world through the wardrobe to life and introduced a whole new generation of children to majestic Aslan and the four Pevensie siblings.The truth was far more prosaic: she's scared of mice."I'm absolutely terrified of rodents," she says. I don't think he understood just how much of a phobia it was.