After more than one year of waiting, Sex Education season two available to stream and download on Netflix now. The new series features a host of new characters including Sami Outalbali, Chinenye Ezeudu, Anne-Marie Duff, Lino Facioli and George Robinson. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about Robinson and his character Isaac.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers about Sex Education season 2
Who is George Robinson?
George Robinson is a 22-year-old actor and student from Peterborough, England.
In Sex Education season two, Robinson takes on the role of Issac – his first major acting role to date.
According to HITC, the philosophy student took time out of his studies at Birmingham University to appear in the series.
Speaking to HeyUGuys, Robinson said: “Slowly as I got more and more involved, I sort of realised how big it was. I was just absolutely buzzing to be involved in it.
He added: “It is such a collaborative atmosphere, everyone just wanted to do their best work.
“As soon as I joined everyone said ‘hey if you ever need anything, just tell me and I’ll give you hand’.
“Everyone was so friendly, it was fantastic. All of it.”
Robinson is the first disabled actor to star in Sex Education, with Isaac also using a wheelchair.
He suffered a spinal cord injury whilst playing rugby when he was 17-years-old in South Africa.
He enrolled as a student at Moordale High School and became very close with Maeve.
Isaac helped Maeve uncover her mother’s drug use and even protected her younger sister.
Slowly but surely, Meave and Isaac began to develop a romantic feeling for each other, much to fans frustrations.
Speaking to Teen Vogue, Robinson said: “With Maeve, Isaac feels like he wants to drop that side [troublemaker side] and sort of express himself.
“Because what Isaac seems to do is deflect quite a lot while he projects his actual feelings.
“With Maeve, he seems to have found someone who he feels like he can express himself truly.”
However, In a shock twist, Isaac turned out to be the villain of the entire series.
Otis (Asa Butterfield) realised his true feelings for Maeve and left a long voicemail message on her phone.
He trusted Isaac to let Maeve know that he had left a message, which turned out to be a huge mistake.
Instead of playing Maeve the message, Isaac deleted the voicemail off her phone.
For now, Maeve remains completely unaware of Otis’ true feelings for her, leaving fans devastated and demanding a third series.
Sex Education is streaming on Netflix now