Shonda Rhimes’ latest ABC series How To Get Away with Murder is full of familiar faces: The Help’s Viola Davis stars as Annalise Keating, a brilliant law professor; Orange Is the New Black’s Matt McGorry plays one of her students; Gilmore Girls’ Liza Weil and Buffy The Vampire Slayer’s Charlie Weber are her two assistants; and American Dreams’ Tom Verica plays Prof. Keating’s husband.
But it might take you a minute to place Alfie Enoch, who plays Wes Gibbins, the fish out of water in Keating’s class. That’s because it’s been three years — and one serious growth spurt — since he co-starred with Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint in the Harry Potter films.
Yes, Enoch played Gryffindor alum, and Dumbledore’s Army member, Dean Thomas in all eight films!
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