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And it’s a new feeling, and it’s something that I wanna keep going with.I can walk a little taller feeling that I don’t have to be constantly apologizing for the work that I’ve done in the past.” Ouch.“Penn didn’t like being on in 2008.He also had a minor role in the film Children of Men (2006). I needed to be on set, in front of the camera." In 2007, Westwick appeared in the film Son of Rambow and was cast as Chuck Bass in The CW's teen drama series Gossip Girl, based on the book series of the same name by Cecily von Ziegesar.Westwick said of his casting, "There wasn't much work in the UK. It's changed my life." Entertainment Weekly also named Westwick's character Chuck Bass number one in their "Best Dressed TV Characters of 2008" list (tied with Leighton Meester's character Blair Waldorf), as well as in their "Best Performances" list alongside co-star Meester.He currently plays Vincent Swan in the BBC Two television comedy series White Gold (2017).He went on to guest star in the British television series Doctors as Holden, Casualty as Johnny Cullin, and Afterlife as Darren.
Even though I don't like Vanessa's character, it's nothing against Jessica.Westwick issued a statement describing the allegations from Cohen and Wynn as "provably untrue", and further stated "I have never forced myself in any manner, on any woman. The allegations resulted in the re-shooting of scenes involving Westwick in the BBC adaptation of the Agatha Christie's Ordeal By Innocence with Christian Cooke, and Season 2 of White Gold being "paused".Westwick has stated he is disappointed with the actions of the BBC due to the ongoing investigations, legal processes, and the unverified nature of the claims.) is an English actor and musician, best known for his role as Chuck Bass on The CW's teen television drama series Gossip Girl (2007–2012).He made his feature film debut in Children of Men (2006) and has since appeared in the films Breaking and Entering (2006), Son of Rambow (2007), S. Edgar (2011), Romeo and Juliet (2013), Bone in the Throat (2015), Freaks of Nature (2015), and Billionaire Ransom (2016).