BBC and Warner Bros. are working overtime to erase Kevin Guthrie footprints from their company after he was sentenced to three years in prison for sexual assault.
Guthrie started acting in 2010 while studying for a BA at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (then known as the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama). He got to play Peter Pan in the 2010 National Theatre of Scotland’s production of “Peter Pan”. Then, he next starred in the 2013 musical drama “Sunshine on Leith” and two British sitcoms, “Two Doors Down” (2013) and “Miller’s Mountain” (2014).
Kevin Guthrie narrated the first two seasons of “Inside Central Station” for BBC Scotland and other shows on BBC iPlayer. Deadline also reported that he was listed as appearing in “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” part 3 on IMDB.
However, with his conviction in April 2021, BBC Scotland dropped him, and TV shows that featured and credited him were removed from BBC iPlayer. Warner Bros. (WB) also claimed that the actor was never due to appear in the upcoming “Fantastic Beasts” release. WB’s claim is strange because IMDb lists Kevin Guthrie as playing Abernathy; an American wizard, employee for the Magical Congress of the United States of America and eventual follower and acolyte of Gellert Grindelwald.
A 29-year-old actress was Guthrie’s victim, and his DNA was found inside her underwear after he initially denied the accusation.
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