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He also had a minor role in the film Children of Men (2006). I needed to be on set, in front of the camera." In 2007, Westwick appeared in the film Son of Rambow and was cast as Chuck Bass in The CW's teen drama series Gossip Girl, based on the book series of the same name by Cecily von Ziegesar.Westwick said of his casting, "There wasn't much work in the UK. It's changed my life." Entertainment Weekly also named Westwick's character Chuck Bass number one in their "Best Dressed TV Characters of 2008" list (tied with Leighton Meester's character Blair Waldorf), as well as in their "Best Performances" list alongside co-star Meester.Lina Grivogianni: Do you know if “Gossip Girl” will come again on TV? -Leighton Meester: As you know I have a Twitter, and when I can, I’m always checking my tweets and talking to them, because it makes me feel like I’m close to them and that we have a bond and I like the feeling. -Ed Westwick: My favorite scene is the last one of season 4 of Gossip Girl and favorite line would be “ I’m Chuck Bass “ of course!Is there any chance to see a movie or a new season? -Ed Westwick: There isn’t any chance that Gossip Girl is coming back. Lina Grivogianni: If a young actor came to you and asked for help or advice, what would you say, would you guide him? If I needed help, I’d like If someone had done the same for me. In fact, I have spoken to a 16 year old a month ago about acting and I could tell in her eyes, that she wants it and she has what it takes, to be big! -Leighton Meester: I loved as well the last scene of season 4, where Chuck gets shot but also the first from Season 1, where I’m in bed with Crawford.Cohen and Wynn accused Westwick of rape, and Eck accused Westwick of sexual assault.
In 2009, Westwick played the role of Randy Jackson in the sequel to Donnie Darko, directed by Chris Fisher, and guest-starred in the third season of the Showtime original series Californication, as Chris "Balt" Smith, a student who was fascinated with vampire literature.
In 2010, Westwick starred 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 currently plays Vincent Swan in the BBC Two television comedy series White Gold (2017).
He went on to guest star in the British television series Doctors as Holden, Casualty as Johnny Cullin, and Afterlife as Darren.