The actor known for his amazing performance in hit movies lost his role due to his beauty
Andrew Garville is an actor who was born in the United States, but moved to the United Kingdom at the age of three. The actor began his career in 2004 with the play “Kes” which earned him the Manchester Evening News Theater Award for Best Newcomer, and in the following years the American actor continued with new roles and new awards.
Many netizens met the boy in 2012, when he played Peter Parker, in the movie “The Amazing Spider-Man,” while others met him 4 years later, for his brilliant role as Desmond T. Doss, in the movie “To.” The last man”. However, even before these great successes, the young man was already engaged in a great job, playing a Brazilian. Andrew plays the role of “Eduardo Saverin” in the film “The Social Network”.
What many people do not know is that the actor has already “lost” a role in one of the most famous films of the 2000s: “The Chronicles of Narnia”. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, the artist commented that he auditioned to be Prince Caspian, but it didn’t work out because he’s not handsome enough.
“I remember being so desperate. I did an audition for Prince Caspian in The Chronicles of Narnia and said, ‘Go now, go now.'” “And it ended up going to that handsome, genius actor, Ben Barnes. He stood between me and him, and I remember I was a geek,” Remember the young man. Unsatisfied with the situation, he went to speak with his agent about why he had not passed the test. “She was finally persuaded by my constant annoyance and replied, ‘It’s because they didn’t think you were handsome enough Andrew.'”
The actor did not regret, but rather praised the actor who “stealed” his place. “Ben Barnes is a very handsome and talented guy. So today, looking back, I’m not happy with the decision, and I think he did a beautiful job.”
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