Ed westwick is dating 2016
She’s dating an art dealer who’s 43 years old, though there’s also a 26-year-old shipping heir in the picture.And once, Blair visited London and they got tea and it was actually sort of nice.
In a recent interview with , Schwartz revealed some surprising details behind Chuck and Blair's relationship, mainly that it was totally unplanned.[Insert sound of every Chair 'shipper gasping.]It sounds like GG blasphemy, considering it always seemed like Leighton Meester and Ed Westwick's characters were created for one another. But it’s one of those great, fun things about making a televisionseries — it’s an evolving, living, breathing thing, and things caneasily change on a whim.But Schwartz explains that Chuck was originally meant to be the show's villain, but his chemistry with Leighton/Blair was so undeniable they had to pair the two up. You get an actor like Ed Westwick and see thechemistry he had with Leighton Meester, and their scenes justcrackled.So it felt like, here are two people who are bonded by theirmutual scheming and the dark side of the show, at least from thebeginning, and that would naturally evolve into a romanticrelationship.I miss it sometimes, too.” (It is possible to imagine, late one night, after James is asleep, and as Ryan Reynolds watches You Tube videos in the other room, Lively scrolling back in her phone to a picture of her and Meester, sitting on Blair’s bed between takes, hair up in curlers, expressions of pure wonder on their faces, giddy at the possibility of where the show might take them.)Asked by the interviewer where her character, Serena, might be that night, Lively theorized, “She’s probably on vacation.She’s probably living in Europe, doing something fabulous.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.
In 2010, Westwick in the Mc Henry Brothers short film The Commuter, which was shot on a Nokia N8 smartphone.
That same year, he appeared in the romantic comedy Chalet Girl.
He co-narrated the audio book version of City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare and also narrated Clare's second novel Clockwork Prince from The Infernal Devices series.
In November 2017 allegations were made by three different women, Kristina Cohen, Rachel Eck, and Aurélie Wynn.
That same year, he appeared as Joey in the horror film 100 Feet.