Christianity Playing Ron Weasley (one of the three main characters) in the film series.Rupert appeared in all the eight films in the series from 2001 to 2011 alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson.) and read the entire interview – it’s a great read. No matter how many you read, there’s always something new you find out about the man!Also, Rupert will join the rest of the It’s Only a Play cast on CBS Sunday Morning to talk about what actors REALLY think of critics’ reviews. 🙂 It kind of made my evening, too, after having missed Wild Target on TV (insert expletives at will)! One thing I do not understand is why is does not acknowledge thathe has a girlfriend.His first role was in a Top Hat Stage and Screen School production of Noah's Ark, where he played a fish.He decided to try out for the role of Ron because he had red hair.He started performing in school plays and joined a theater group while in this school.
She’s not named after anyone in particular (no money-grabbing ex-girlfriend? Don’t hesitate to head over to their website (HERE!
Online dating hasn’t helped Jim’s sexual cause, and his chat-up technique is non-existent, so his best mate Alex (Michael Socha) decides he’s to be responsible for getting Jim’s cherry well and truly popped before his birthday is up.
Unfortunately for the pair of them, they’re about to hit the same bar as sisters Lulu and Kitty (Georgia Groome and Kelly Wenham, respectively), a pair of beautiful young ladies who, we immediately discover, are more interested in bloodily murdering the men they lure back to their creepy mansion than shagging them. Spurring her sister on to commit unspeakable acts, it’s not entirely clear what Kitty’s motivation is, but it appears to be some form of demonic worship.
With the help of her well-meaning but clueless parents, her flamboyantly dressed cat Angus and her girl posse, the Ace Gang, Georgia sets her mad schemes in motion to nab a snogtastic boyfriend and have the best birthday ever!
Based on the best-selling series of books by Louise Rennison, ANGUS, THONGS AND PERFECT SNOGGING is the wonderfully funny coming-of-age hit directed by Gurinder Chadha (Bend it Like Beckham, Bride and Prejudice).
In 2001, he appeared in the fantasy film Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone for his role as Ron Weasley.