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Alfred Enoch is an English actor born in London, England.
He is the son of the famous actor William Russell Enoch and a Brazilian mother, Etheline Margareth Lewis.
Alfred is also a Bachelor of Arts graduate from The Queen's College, Oxford.
As an actor Alfred Enoch's career is diverse. He has performed on both stage and screen. He has also served as a voice artist for several video games and audiobooks. When he was thirteen years old, Aldred Enoch was cast to play the character of Gryffindor student Dean Thomas in the popular film 'Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone', and reprised the role for subsequent movie releases in the Harry Potter franchise. He performed in various plays throughout London, such as 'Happy New', 'Antigone', 'Timon Of Athens', 'Romeo And Juliet', and 'Coriolanus'. His television credits include Raych Seldon in 'Foundation', Aeneas in 'Troy: Fall Of A City', Wes Gibbins in 'How To Get Away With Murder', and Stephen Bainbridge in 'Sherlock'. In 2022, he appeared on HBO Max special 'Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return To Hogwarts' along with other crew. For his role in the Brazilian film 'Executive Order', Alfred Enoch was recognized at Pan African Film Festival and FESTin. But how old is Alfred Enoch now? What is Alfred Enoch's net worth? How did Alfred Enoch's career grow? Get answers to all your question and more at Kidadl as you read on.
Alfred Enoch has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Alfred Enoch's earnings per year are yet to be disclosed.
Alfred Enoch is 6 ft 4 in (193 cm) tall.
Alfred Enoch was born on December 2, 1988, which makes him 34 years old as of 2022.
Alfred Enoch was born Alfred Lewis Enoch to the English actor William Russell Enoch and the Brazilian doctor Etheline Margareth Lewis in London, England, on December 2, 1988. His father, William Russell, is known for his role in 'The Adventures Of Sir Lancelot', 'Doctor Who', 'The Man Who Never Was' and 'Superman'. Alfred's paternal grandparents are Eva Compston and Alfred James Enoch.
He has been interested in acting and performing since childhood. He spent some part of his early childhood with his parents in southern France. Alfred attended Westminister School and later obtained a bachelor's degree from The Queen's College, Oxford, majoring in Modern Languages.
Alfred Enoch is supposedly single, although it is speculated that he might have been in a relationship with 'How To Get Away With Murder' co-star Aja Naomi King.
Alfred Enoch started his career as a stage actor in theatrical production. In addition to theater, Alfred has appeared in various TV and films. He has also given voice to several characters in video games and audiobooks.
Alfred Enoch is best known for portraying Dean Thomas from the best-selling Harry Potter series in the movie adaptations. He starred in seven out of the eight Harry Potter films, failing to appear only in 'Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, Part 1'. His appearance in TV series 'Sherlock' and 'How To Get Away With Murder' is also noteworthy.
Alfred Enoch supported Coram Shakespeare Schools Foundation (CSSF) with BBC Radio 4's Charity Appeal to raise funds to inspire young people through the power of Shakespeare's works.
For his role as Antonio in the film, 'Executive Order,' he won the Canada Lee Award at Pan African Film Festival and the Best Actor Award at FESTin. NAACP Image Award nominated Alfred as an outstanding supporting actor in a drama series for his role in 'How To Get Away With Murder' in 2015, 2016, and 2017.
Shakespeare and acting is Alfred's all-time passion. He has credited his discovery of Shakespeare at the early age of eight as his muse and deciding factor in becoming an actor.
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