A teacher at BBC Two is set to take the country by storm.
Eric is a high school graduate who thinks he doesn’t fit in with it. Most of his colleagues come from rich backgrounds while Eric grew up in a working class family.
In order to get to a good university, he asks his teacher Claire for help. The two then begin an affair.
Who plays Eric in BBC Two Drama A Teacher?
Eric is played by Hollywood star Nick Robinson, who has played since 2006.
He was born on March 22, 1995 in Seattle, Washington.
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How old is Nick Robinson and what is he famous for?
Nick is 25 years old. The actor gained fame as a teenager when he starred in the US sitcom Melissa and Joey.
However, he has since become a Hollywood star himself.
He starred in Jurassic World and was also seen in the films Kings of Summer and Everything Everything.
I don’t know what the fascination is, it’s kind of dangerous and taboo and wrong.
His big break came when he appeared as a gay teenager Simon in the Disney drama Love, Simon.
He also repeated his role in the follow-up TV series Love Victor on Disney +.
Who Else Acts in BBC Drama A Teacher?
Kate Mara plays Claire, his teacher, alongside Nick.
She is best known to viewers for starring in the first series of the Netflix hit House of Cards.
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She also starred in The Martian and the Oscar-winning drama Brokeback Mountain as the daughter of Heath Ledger’s character.
Kate also starred in the infamous blockbuster flop Fantastic Four and in the television series American Horror Story: Murder House directed by Ryan Murphy.
Her sister Rooney Mara is also a Hollywood actress.
Is a teacher based on a true story?
No, a teacher is not based on any particular real-world story about a teacher-student relationship.
However, it is reported that a number of high profile true stories inspired them.
Actress Kate said Google shows an “endless” number of such stories in one chat with Weekly entertainment.
Mara said, “All you have to do is search Google, and it’s kind of endless,” while Nick told the publication, “The Mary Kay Letourneau story is probably the most famous, but this one happens all the time. I know not what the fascination is, it’s dangerous and taboo and wrong. “
A teacher starts on Sunday, January 3, 2021 at 10 p.m. on BBC Two.
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