On his father's side, Keynes is of English descent, and is the grandson of physiologist Richard Keynes, the nephew of two Cambridge professors, the historian Simon Keynes, and the neuroscientist Roger Keynes, the cousin of Catholic writer and apologist Laura Keynes, His maternal grandparents were Furugh Afnan and Cecil Fadlo Hourani, who was an advisor to the late Tunisian president Habib Bourguiba.
The Hourani family were immigrants to Manchester from Marjeyoun in southern Lebanon.
He is best known for playing the role of Edmund Pevensie in fantasy film series The Chronicles of Narnia.
He got enlightened from Thornhill Primary School, Anna Scher Theatre School, Pembroke College, Cambridge, and City of London School. He made his acting debut that year by playing the role of Waif in the TV documentary Queen Victoria Died in 1901 and is Still Alive Today. In 2005, he gave his audition for the Nanny Mc Phee and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
A: Skandar graduated from The University of Cambridge with a BA in Middle Eastern Studies in 2014.
Entering into his personal life, his current marital status is unmarried as his age is not enough to get onto that. His grandparents were Furugh Afnan and Cecil Fadlo Hourani. He is great-great-great-grandson of naturalist Charles Darwin.
He is popular for starring the role of Edmund Pevensie in the Chronicles of Narnia film series.
For this role, he earned his first nomination in Character and Morality in Entertainment Awards in 2006 and he won this award that year for Best Younger cast.
A: Skandar’s full name is Alexander Amin Caspar Keynes.
Georgie graduated from Cambridge with a BA in English in 2016.