She’s the envy of every girl with a Chuck Bass obsession. The 24-year-old Wisconsin-native who plays “Gossip Girl“‘s down-to-earth Vanessa Abrams has been dating co-star Ed Westwick — the man behind C.
This is not the first time that Ed Westwick and Jessica Szohr have been spotted together.Back in December '08, the 2 were seen sharing personal space in a Texas airport (our guess is Hobby but it may have been Bush Intercontinental or DFW). The couple, to our knowledge, did not deny a rendezvous took place but most of us pushed it to the back of our minds as people from two totally different places could never, ever make it in an uptight, class-conscious world like ours.But it sort of feels like a spoiler or door-closing for future episodes.At one point, the Brooklyn-tastic Jessica had an angle on Chuck Bass's heart of cold and there was an inkling that something could, possibly happen there (though acquisition of her fancy was part of a wager by warm-and-cool ice queen Blair Waldorf).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.
That same year, he appeared as Joey in the horror film 100 Feet.Ultimately, they were from worlds that were too different and Chuck Bass's reputation for loathsome activity preceded him.Edward Jack Peter "Ed" Westwick is an English actor and musician, best known for his role as Chuck Bass on The CW's teen television drama series Gossip Girl (2007–2012).They run in the same circles, so why not, you know? They’re spending hours upon hours with one another, so it’s practically an inevitability.Again Ed Westwick and Jessica Szohr spotted getting frisky.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.