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THE Kedar Williams Stirling:

THE Kedar Williams Stirling:

Williams-Stirling was born in Plaistow, Newham in East London. He later moved to South London. He began acting in primary school plays alongside renowned scientist Akshay Sabnis. His mother encouraged him to audition for Sylvia Young Theatre School when he was in Year 6. He also trained at Barbara Speake Stage School and later the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

born 14 December 1994) is an English actor. His film roles include the action dramas Shank (2010) and Montana (2014). On television, he has appeared as a series regular on the CBBC teen fantasy Wolfblood (2012–2014) and the Netflix comedy-drama Sex Education (2019–present). (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

born 14 December 1994) is an English actor. His film roles include the action dramas Shank (2010) and Montana (2014). On television, he has appeared as a series regular on the CBBC teen fantasy Wolfblood (2012–2014) and the Netflix comedy-drama Sex Education (2019–present). (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

en.wikipedia.org)In May 2018, it was announced that Williams-Stirling would star alongside Gillian Anderson and Asa Butterfield in the Netflix original comedy-drama series Sex Education. The series was released on 11 January 2019, to critical acclaim. (Source:

Kedar Williams-Stirling was a British actor who became a big star in his native land through various appearances on a number of popular TV shows, but finally broke through across the pond by playing a popular high schooler with an unlikely crush. Born on December 4, 1994 in Manchester, UK, Williams-Stirling began acting when he was only 13 years of age, making his TV debut with a cameo on a 2007 episode of the UK's longest-running police procedural series, "The Bill" (ITV, 1984-2010), followed by cameos on two more beloved programs, "Silent Witness" (BBC, 1996-), and "Doctors" (BBC, 2000-), before finally making his film debut in the action thriller "Shank" (2010). He next became a series regular for the first time, playing Tom Okanawe for two years on the fantasy series "Wolfblood" (CBBC, 2012-17). From there, Williams-Stirling played Lorenzo in the action drama "Montana" (2014), before heading back to TV, taking parts on a remake of Alex Haley's groundbreaking miniseries "Roots" (The History Channel, 2016), the crime drama "Death in Paradise" (BBC One, 2011-), and "Will" (TNT, 2017-), a short lived fictional series based on the early life of William Shakespeare. Williams-Stirling then appeared in the film "Two Graves" (2018), before landing what would become his breakout role: Jackson Marchetti, the most popular kid in school, who is harboring a secret crush on the weird angsty new girl, in the hit Netflix comedic drama series "Sex Education" (Netflix, 2019-). The series premiered to rave reviews and big ratings in January of 2019; the next month, it was renewed for a second season. Meanwhile, Williams-Stirling could be seen alongside Seth Green, Breckin Meyer, and Macaulay Culkin in "Changeland" (2019), an indie drama about an unfortunate trip to Thailand, which Green also wrote and directed. (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

If you’ve seen Sex Education at all, which is set in a fictional village called Moordale in the UK, you would know that all the characters are British. It’s certainly a natural thing for Kedar to portray, but nothing on the show is really natural–and that’s what makes it a success. Kedar was born on December 14, 1994 in Plaistow, East London, England. He’s lived there most of his life and so far has no plans of going anywhere else. That might change soon enough when more of America begins to pay attention. (Source: tvovermind.com)

born 14 December 1994) is an English actor. His film roles include the action dramas Shank (2010) and Montana (2014). On television, he has appeared as a series regular on the CBBC teen fantasy Wolfblood (2012–2014) and the Netflix comedy-drama Sex Education (2019–present). (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

 

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