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Alfred Enoch’s 7 Best Movies And TV Shows Proving He’s More Than Harry Potter’s Dean Thomas

Known as Dean Thomas in the Harry Potter series, Alfred Enoch has continued his acting journey throughout the years, with notable roles in both television and film.

Since his days in the Harry Potter series as Dean Thomas, Alfred Enoch has continued his career with an impressive portfolio across various genres. From ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ to ‘This Is Christmas,’ here are 7 of his best movies and television shows.

7. The Couple Next Door – IMDb: 6.1

With a setting that revolves around neighborly relations, the British thriller TV series ‘The Couple Next Door‘ features a cast including Eleanor Tomlinson, Sam Heughan, and Alfred Enoch in the role of Pete. Written by David Allison, it’s based on the Dutch series ‘New Neighbours.’ According to the Telegraph’s Anita Singh, the show has a binge-worthy nature and strong script.

6. The Critic – IMDb: 6.6

The Critic‘ is a 2023 release directed by Anand Tucker and based on Anthony Quinn’s novel ‘Curtain Call.’ It saw Enoch in the role of Tom Tunner. The film made its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival and has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 47%.

5. Executive Order – IMDb: 6.7

Executive Order‘ is a Brazilian dystopian drama that marks Enoch’s venture into international cinema. Directed by Lázaro Ramos, this 2020 film adapts the stage play ‘Namibia, no!’ into a narrative about racial tensions in Brazil. Enoch portrayed Antonio in ‘Executive Order,’ a central character in the resistance movement. The film currently has an 88% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

4. This Is Christmas – IMDb: 6.9

Another title in Enoch’s filmography is the 2022 British Christmas romantic comedy, ‘This Is Christmas.‘ Directed by Chris Foggin, the film presents a heartwarming story of commuters organizing a Christmas party, with Enoch playing the role of Adam. Receiving a 94% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, this film was praised by Gabriella Geisinger of Digital Spy as 2022’s standout festive film.

3. Trust Me – IMDb: 7.0

At number three is ‘Trust Me,‘ a British medical drama series where Enoch took on the role of Jamie McCain in its second series. This anthology series, which aired on BBC One, explored the psychological trauma and recovery of a war veteran. The series received positive recognition, including a 79% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. However, it was canceled in 2019.

2. Foundation – IMDb: 7.5

Created by David S. Goyer and Josh Friedman for Apple TV+, ‘Foundation‘ is an American science fiction series. In this adaptation of Isaac Asimov’s work, Enoch portrayed Raych Foss across two seasons. Praised for its performances and visual effects, the series holds an 86% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. As of now, the filming for the third season was halted due to the 2023 Hollywood labor disputes.

1. How to Get Away with Murder – IMDb: 8.1

How to Get Away with Murder‘ is a legal drama thriller airing on ABC, featuring Enoch as Wes Gibbins in seasons 1–3 and guest in seasons 4 & 6, playing Christopher Castillo, Wes and Laurel’s son. The series has ratings above 70% for its first season on Rotting Tomatoes, with the rest of the seasons receiving positive reviews as well.



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