William Moseley is a royalty. He is not of royal bloodline, but has gained recognition for playing such as he has played both a king and a spare heir-turned-crown prince-turned-spare heir.
In case you missed it, since late 2014, there has been a growing interest over the former teen actor who portrayed the young king Peter Pevensie in The Chronicles of Narnia movies.
Moseley as the young King Peter Pevensie in The Chronicles of Narnia movies
Thanks to the E! scripted series, The Royals, William Moseley has now become a certified rising star and a bonafide heartthrob. His character on the show, Prince Liam Henstridge, allowed Moseley to showcase his fine acting chops for three seasons now. The show has been renewed for a fourth season which will start shooting by summer.
In the meantime, Moseley has movies lined up for him this 2017. He stars in Little Mermaid, whose trailer has just been recently released; The Veil, with Latino hunk William Levy; and Carrie Pilby, which will be in Philippine cinemas starting March 29. Moseley plays Cy, a music prodigy, opposite Bel Powley’s titular character Carrie Pilby, an intellectual prodigy herself.
The movie depicts Carrie’s “struggles to make sense of the world as it relates to morality, relationships, sex and leaving her apartment”. With the movie’s tagline “Live your life before it passes you by”, it makes a very interesting film to watch out for. Carrie Pilby had its world premiere last September at the Toronto International Film Festival.
William Moseley will be flying to Manila to help promote the movie.
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