Harry Greenwood on “Charmed”
In The CW’s new series “Charmed,” Rupert Evans plays Harry Greenwood, the Charmed Ones’ Whitelighter – a guardian angel who protects and guides witches to their intended destiny. In his former life, Harry was an actor in London before being recruited into the British Secret Service. He died in the line of duty and was chosen to become a Whitelighter.
Evans has become internationally recognized for his film, television and theatre work in a wide range of acclaimed projects. He just completed shooting the third season of the series “The Man in the High Castle.” Past British television credits include the Peter Moffat series “The Village,” Scott Free’s “World Without End,” “Fleming” alongside Dominic Cooper and many others.
Last year, Evans starred in STX Entertainment’s genre film “The Boy,” opposite Lauren Cohan, and in Lakeshore’s “American Pastoral” alongside and directed by Ewan McGregor. Evans feature film debut was as the lead character of Agent John Myers in Guillermo Del Toro’s “Hellboy.”
A member of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Evan’s theatre credits are extensive and include some of London’s most prestigious theaters.