Sex Education season 2 Who is Lino Facioli? Remember that weird Kid from Game of Thrones

0
2071

Here’s all you need to know about Sex Education season 2

Sex Education is a British teen comedy-drama web television series created by Laurie Nunn. After the long period of waiting, Sex Education came out with its second season and has been a massive success. It is currently one of the most popular series on Netflix.

Sex Education has successfully managed to reach out to every teenager who has ever struggled with this social taboos ” Sex”. The series deals with problems of sex that teenagers often face but are either too scared or embarrassed to talk about. It has very delicately dealt with this issue thereby winning hearts!

Advertisement

Netflix came out with the second season on 17th January 2020. Sex Education begins with a bravura sequence making us laugh our hearts out. Just like season one it continues to explore sex.

New Cast in Season 2

Moreover, we see new characters in Sex Education. Newcomers include Sami Outalbali, George Robinson and Chinenye Ezeuduhave.

While Chinenye Ezeuduhave plays a super-intelligent, multi-talented academic student, Sami Outalbali plays like a French student named Rahim, who turns heads when he joins Moordale Secondary, George Robinson, joins the series as a character who moves into Maeve’s caravan park.

However, fans spotted a similar face in the second season of the series, Linco Faciolis. If you’re wondering where you last saw this awkward kid… Game of Thrones! That’s where! Lino Facioli is remembered as Robin Arryn, the battery and disturbingly milk inclined cousin of Sanasa stark who became meme-worthy in the finale episode with his sudden glow up. He plays the character of Dex in sex Education.

He is way too loyal than his Game of Thrones characters. Even though he doesn’t have that many lines in the series we find out about him mostly through Vivian and he has left quite an impression.

Sex Education Season 2 Cast

The series stars Asa Butterfield Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey, Connor Swindells, Kedar Williams Stirling, Alistair Petrie, Mimi Keene, Aimee Lou Wood, Chanel Kular, Simone Ashley, Tanya Reynolds, Mikael Persbrandt, Patricia Allison, James Purefoy, Sami Outalbali, Chinenye Ezeudu, and Anne Marie Duff.