The Apple TV+ psychological thriller “Disclaimer” has added another person to its cast, with Louis Partridge from “Enola Holmes” taking a role on the show.
Best known for playing “Tewkesbury” in Netflix’s “Enola Homes,” Partridge will be joining existing cast members Cate Blanchett, Kevin Kline, Sacha Baron Cohen, Kodi Smit-McPhee, and Hoyeon on the project. He previously had roles in “Paddington 2,” “Medici,” and “Boomers,” among other parts.
Partridge will be playing the character “Jonathan Brigstocke,” who is a teenager traveling through Italy on a gap year excursion, reports Variety. On his travels, Brigstocks is said to give in to “his deeper desires with unexpected consequences.”
Based on Renee Knight’s novel of the same title, “Disclaimer” follows a TV documentary journalist played by Blanchett who built a career on “revealing the concealed transgressions of long-respected institutions.” After discovering a novel on her bedside table, the journalist finds out she is a key character “in a story that she had hoped was long buried in the past.”
The thriller is the first of a number of projects that form a multi-year deal between Apple and Academy Award winner Alfonso Cuaron, who has written and will direct all episodes for the original series.
SOURCE: APPLE INSIDER