Alfred Enoch Returns for Series Finale of “How to Get Away with Murder”
Alfred Enoch (Dean Thomas) has returned for the series finale of the television series How to Get Away with Murder. (If you’re looking to avoid any spoilers for the show, this is your spoiler warning.)
As reported by TV Guide, Enoch is back for the series finale. The finale itself is reportedly “pretty bonkers” and “bloodsoaked,” though the subject matter of How to Get Away with Murder might just suggest that.
Enoch first appeared on How to Get Away with Murder back in 2014, at which time he gave an interview about the series. Enoch played a main role on How to Get Away with Murder for its first three seasons, before making guest appearances in the fourth and sixth seasons.
For this sixth and final season, however, Enoch doesn’t play his previous character, Wes Gibbins. Instead, he plays Wes’s son, Christopher, and the show flashes forward for another plot twist.
Beyond How to Get Away with Murder, Enoch previously portrayed Titus in Coriolanus. According to Playbill, that production is part of a series of programs that are set to be streamed by National Theatre at Home. Coriolanus will stream on YouTube beginning June 4 at 2 p.m. ET, and it will be available for free for seven days upon its release.
For an added dose of Harry Potter alumni, Imelda Staunton (Dolores Umbridge) and her husband, Downton Abbey actor Jim Carter, will be among the celebrities asking questions for the next National Theatre at Home Quiz on May 25:
The next National Theatre at Home Quiz will be available May 25, introduced by playwright [James] Graham, and featuring Imelda Staunton, Jim Carter, Lucian Msamati, Meera Syal, Simon Callow, Tamsin Greig, and Jessie Buckley posing the questions on topics including Science and Nature, Literature, and Theatre.
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