TV - Movies
What The Cast Of
The Chronicles
Of Narnia Looks
Like Today
By EMILY GILBERT
Moseley was 18 years old when he played the eldest of the Pevensies, Peter, in ”The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe”. Moseley has since appeared in several indie films, "Run" and "The Silent Mountain," and co-starred in the E! Network drama "The Royals," playing Prince Liam Henstridge.
William Moseley
At age 15, Popplewell played Susan, the second eldest Pevensie. She later starred in “Brave New World,” and, in 2013, joined the cast of the CW period drama "Reign," where she played Lola, one of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots’ ladies-in-waiting and a trusted friend.
Anna Popplewell
Playing the troubled third child who betrayed his siblings, Keynes was 14 years old when he starred as Edmund Pevensie. After the last “Chronicles” film, he put acting behind him and joined the world of politics, currently serving as an advisor to MP Crispin Blunt for the UK Conservative Party.
Skandar Keynes
Lucy, the youngest Pevensie, was brought to life by Henley when she was just 10 years old. She went on to attend Cambridge University and co-star in several thrillers, including “Perfect Sisters” and “The Sisterhood of Night.”
Georgie Henley
The “We’re The Millers” star first rose to prominence starring as the insufferable Eustace Scrubb in “Voyage of the Dawn Treader” at 17. He’s acted in several critically acclaimed films including “The Revenant” and “Midsommar,” and has been recently cast as Adam Warlock in the MCU’s "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.”
Will Poulter