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What are some TV shows and Movies Ewan Mitchell is a part of?



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British actor Ewan Mitchell gained recognition for portraying Prince Aemond Targaryen in House of the Dragon. He earned accolades from both critics and fans for his depiction of the psychotic Targaryen prince.

Mitchell’s performance has generated anticipation among viewers eager to see more of his roles. Throughout his career, Mitchell has featured in various TV shows and movies.

Some have recently garnered significant attention on the internet, while others have already attained classic status within their respective fan communities. This article explores the movies and TV shows in which Ewan Mitchell has showcased his talent.

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Who is Ewan Mitchell?


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Ewan Robert Mitchell is an English actor who has played various notable roles on television and film. He gained recognition for his performance in the ITV drama “The Halcyon” 2017, showcasing his talent and versatility.

Mitchell’s involvement in the medieval series The Last Kingdom further solidified his presence. Since 2019, his portrayal in the BBC war drama World on Fire has garnered critical acclaim.

Mitchell came into his own with his role in the HBO series House of the Dragon in 2022, capturing the attention of audiences worldwide. Alongside his television endeavors, Mitchell starred in films like “High Life” in 2018 and “Saltburn” in 2023.

Mitchell’s roots trace back to Derby, where he was raised alongside his older brother. His formative years at the Central Junior Television Workshop in Nottingham laid the groundwork for his successful career. Ewan Mitchell’s acting journey began in 2015 after his high school graduation.

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Which Movies has Ewan Mitchell been a part of?

Ewan Mitchell has starred in a bunch of movies, including the recent viral sensation Saltburn.

Stereotype (2015)


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Mitchell began his career by appearing in short films, one notable role being a voice role in “Stereotype”. In this film, he voiced the character of Scott Bamford, a teenage boy grappling with the aftermath of his brother’s murder.

Armed with a flick knife, Scott embarks on a journey into the night, driven by a mix of anger and grief. However, as the night unfolds, he finds himself ensnared in a moral dilemma that forces him to confront the consequences of his actions. This experience proves to be a turning point in Scott’s life, shaping his future in unexpected ways.

Fire (2015)


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Ewan Mitchell took on the lead role in the film “Fire” (2105). The movie revolves around a volatile young man whose identity is put to the test when he finds himself in an unfamiliar environment.

Just Charlie (2017)


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Ewan Mitchell’s career gained traction with a minor role in Rebekah Fortune’s film “Just Charlie” (2017). The movie revolves around Charlie, a talented football player who grapples with being a girl trapped in a boy’s body. As Charlie struggles to come to terms with her gender identity, she faces rejection from both her father and teammates.

High Life (2018)


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Mitchell landed a supporting role in Claire Denis’s “High Life” (2018), alongside notable actors Robert Pattinson and Mia Goth. “High Life” is a science fiction horror film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival 2018.

Physicist and black hole expert Aurélien Barrau served as a consultant for the film. Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson designed the spacecraft, adding authenticity to the futuristic setting.

The storyline follows a group of criminals on a space mission. They grapple not only with their own existence but also with the enigmatic forces that surround them. In this visually stunning film, Denis explores themes of isolation, human nature, and the mysteries of the cosmos.

The plot of the movie unfolds in a nonlinear fashion, with the narrative jumping back and forth in time. Dibs, a scientist onboard the spacecraft, experiments on each prisoner.

As tensions rise and relationships evolve, “High Life” delves into the dark and profound depths of human nature. It offers a thought-provoking exploration of morality, desire, and the unknown.

Saltburn (2023)


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Ewan Mitchell also joined the cast of the Amazon Prime movie “Saltburn.” This 2023 black comedy thriller is written, directed, and co-produced by Emerald Fennell. It boasts a star-studded ensemble including Barry Keoghan, Jacob Elordi and Rosamund Pike.

The film premiered at the 50th Telluride Film Festival on August 31, 2023. Its wide release on November 22 preceded its streaming debut on Amazon Prime Video on December 22.

The film swiftly climbed the ranks to become one of the platform’s most-streamed offerings. “Saltburn” earned nominations for two Golden Globe Awards and five BAFTA Awards.

The plot centers on student Oliver Quick’s struggle to assimilate into the upper-class milieu at Oxford. He has a fleeting friendship with fellow student Michael Gavey, portrayed by Ewan Mitchell.

After thius, he aligns himself with the more socially prestigious Felix Catton. The stage is set for a suspenseful exploration of the darker facets of human nature against the backdrop of the English countryside.

Which TV Shows has Ewan Mitchell been a part of?

In addition to playing Aemond Targaryen In House of the Dragon, here are some other TV shows Ewan Mitchell has appeared in.

The Last Kingdom


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Mitchell’s role in the historical drama “The Last Kingdom” propelled him into the spotlight. Portraying the character Osferth from the second to fifth series, Mitchell captivated audiences. His portrayal of Osferth garnered acclaim from both viewers and critics.

“The Last Kingdom,” is based on Bernard Cornwell’s “The Saxon Stories” series. It follows the journey of Uhtred of Bebbanburg amidst Viking invasions and Anglo-Saxon conflicts.

The series, initially aired on BBC Two in 2015. It was co-produced by Netflix for its second series and later fully acquired by the streaming platform.

Spanning five series and 46 episodes, “The Last Kingdom” concluded its run with a feature-length sequel titled “Seven Kings Must Die”.

World on Fire


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Mitchell portrayed of Tom Bennett in the BBC One World War II drama “World on Fire.” In this series created by Peter Bowker, Mitchell showcases the experiences of ordinary civilians amidst the chaos of war.

“World on Fire” follows the intertwined lives of individuals across Europe during the Second World War. It offers a poignant portrayal of the human cost of conflict.

Spanning two series, the show covered significant events in history. This includes the Defence of the Polish Post Office in Danzig, the Dunkirk evacuation, and the Battle of Britain, among others.

The second series covers The Blitz in Manchester and the North African campaign. It also covers the resistance movement in occupied France and Nazi Germany.

Trigger Point


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In addition to his other roles, Mitchell appeared in the ITV crime thriller “Trigger Point” (2022) as Billy Washington. “Trigger Point” is a British crime thriller television series created and written by Daniel Brierley. It stars Vicky McClure as Lana Washington, a police bomb disposal expert in London.

The plot revolves around Lana Washington, an ex-military bomb disposal operative and Afghan War veteran. She leads a Metropolitan Police bomb squad to thwart terrorist threats involving explosives.

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Ved Prabhudesai is an avid enthusiast of all things pop culture. He has a special interest in the field of animation and art, with a background in Fine Arts and Digital Media Arts. He has begun his first into the field of Entertainment Journalism with Wiki of Thrones, and has been writing for them since 2023. He also has experience working as a screenplay writer, animator and comic book artist. His hobbies include holding discussions and organising events focused around pop culture, dissecting the importance of media in today's world. He began reading A Song Of Ice And Fire shortly before Game of Thrones debuted on HBO. He has followed the series religiously and has spent hours reading Wikis learning about Targaryen history and possible plot points we will see in the Winds of Winter.


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