A natural leader no matter where he goes, Eliot is determined to take his responsibility as High King of Fillory seriously as he works to bring hope back to the land he now presides over. However, he struggles with letting go of old habits and must battle personal demons in order to succeed. Bound to the magical world of Fillory by marriage, he is struck with serious FOMO when his friends go back to Brakebills University on magic-saving adventures.
About Hale Appleman
Hale Appleman made his film debut in Chad Lowe’s feature Beautiful Ohio opposite, William Hurt. Additionally, Appleman starred in the 2007 film Teeth. On stage, Appleman starred in Jeff Buckley's The Last Goodbye, directed by Alex Timbers' at the Old Globe in San Diego, the New York premiere of Sarah Ruhl's Passion Play as Jesus and the revival of David Rabe's Streamers on Broadway.
Born and raised in New York City, Appleman graduated from the famed LaGuardia High School of Performing Arts and studied at Carnegie Mellon University’s prestigious School of Drama. He now lives in Los Angeles and enjoys writing his own music and song lyrics in his rare downtime.
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