Louis Partridge, the British star best known for his role as Viscount Tewkesbury in Enola Holmes, has secured a deal with WME for worldwide representation.
Enola Holmes’s story
Enola (Millie Bobby Brown), Sherlock Holmes’ teen sister, tries to seek her mom when she learns she is missing and becomes a super-sleuth in her own right as she outsmarts her iconic brother and unfolds a threatening conspiracy centered on a strange Lord in Harry Bradbeer’s movie based on Nancy Springer’s YA books with the same title.
Upon its premiere on Netflix in September 2020, it quickly became one of the streaming service’s most popular original movies, with an expected 76 million households watching it in its first 4 weeks. The popularity of the movie has prompted the construction of a sequel, in which Louis Partridge will make his return alongside Brown and Henry Cavill.
Louis Partridge’s upcoming TV and movie
Louis Partridge will feature as legendary Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious in the upcoming FX miniseries Pistol, which was developed by Craig Pearce and directed by Oscar-winner Danny Boyle. The actor will also appear in Livia De Paolis’ movie The Lost Girls, inspired by Laurie Fox’s book, Peter Pan, with Vanessa Redgrave and Joely Richardson.
In October, Louis Partridge signed a deal with Legendary Pictures to star in Ferryman, a fantasy adventure romance movie adapted from Scottish author Claire McFall’s worldwide bestselling YA book trilogy, which Kelly Marcel is producing and directing from her own movie script in her feature debut film. Louis Partridge previously appeared in the third season of Netflix’s Medici as Italian nobleman Piero de Medici, as well as Paul King’s animated sequel Paddington 2.