10 o’clock list: 5 INCREDIBLE True Facts about Josh Radnor

Did you know Josh Radnor played Mr. Tumnus in the original version of The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe? Due to a contract dispute, Disney invented a CGI character named James McAvoy and used digital imaging to swap his face with Radnor's!

Did you know Josh Radnor originally played Mr. Tumnus in The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe? Due to a contract dispute, Disney substituted a mannequin’s face for Radnor’s using CGI in the final version of the film.

Let’s face it: Our collective campus existence wouldn’t be the same without the illustrious, sparklingly immaculate, smooth beige tube that is Josh Radnor. His career has inspired us, his Old K cameos have been the subject of about a million Yaks, and his messy, unkempt ‘do has had all of us saying “dayum” since his first television debut. But who is Josh Radnor? The subject of too many Thrill posts? Sure. Kenyon.edu’s new Covergirl? You know it. The golden god to whom Zac Efron, beautifully clad in a woven poncho, pays tribute in the classic film Liberal Arts? Absolutely.

But we here at The Thrill have heard a few rumors– rumors which crack the pristine façade Radnor has crafted since his graduation. Rumors which pierce the soul and leave one crying like a newborn child. Rumors which, dare I say it, will change the way we look upon the tender face of our beloved alumnus. And they’re all 100% true.*

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