Nonso Anozie Game of Thrones and Artemis Fowl Actor at New Beacon Books

Nonso Anozie is a British actor of TV, stage and screen, Anozie is best known for his role RocknRolla as TANK, Ender’s Game as Sergeant Dap, Abraham Kenyatta in Zoo, Captain of the Guards in Cinderella and Xaro Xhoan Daxos in the HBO  series Game of Thrones. From 2013 to 2014 he played the role of Renfield on the NBC series Dracula. His latest film project which will be released August 2019 is Artemis Fowl directed by Kenneth Branagh by Walt Disney Pictures. Artemis Fowl is an American fantasy adventure film adapted from the 2001 novel of the same name by Eoin Colfer. Starring newcomers Ferdia Shaw, Lara McDonnell and Tamara Smart, with Nonso Anozie, Hong Chau, Josh Gad, and Judi Dench in supporting roles. In December 2018, Alt A caught up with the actor at the Finsbury Park bookshop New Beacons Books where he volunteered his time to read a number of children’s books to a group of children. He was there as he put it “to help create awareness around the Black bookshop which has been there for over 50 years he continued “that it is a shame that not more people now about it”. We asked him about the role books played in his upbringing “growing up yes i was a fan of books, I would not say it is dying out but less people are reading hardcopy books. there is so much content in the media. I think the magic of storytelling is something that should be continued. I certainly enjoyed reading and i think that was one of the reasons I wanted to become an actor. Watch to the full interview here:

 

 

 

 

 

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