25 million people watched the first episode of the Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power series on September 2.
In "The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power," one of the actors, Tyroe Muhafidin, an Indonesian-Australian mulatto, gained notoriety for his portrayal as Theo, Bronwyn's son who possesses the skill to cure wounds. Because he took part in The Lord of the Rings prequel, which is anticipated to be the most expensive television series in history, the audience was impressed and proud of his accomplishment.
Tyroe Muhafidin was born in 2006 in Perth, Australia, according to imdb.com. His father, Afid Muhafidin, is an Indonesian native who hails from Brebes in Central Java. Meanwhile, his mother, Rachel Muhafidin, is an Australian citizen.
Jachinta, Jiddan, and Tobias are Tyroe's three siblings. Tyroe Muhafidin concentrated on the realm of the parts he had portrayed since he was a little child, in contrast to his older brother Tobbias Muhafidin who decided to pursue a career in singing.
Tyroe Muhafidin has been involved in the entertainment industry since he was very young—specifically, when he was 10 years old. Tyroe submitted an application to the New Faces Talent Academy in Los Angeles in 2015. Tyroe managed to get away and go inside the Filmbites Talent Agency. In 2016, Tyroe made her on-screen debut in Ether's music video for "Make Them Suffer."
His acting roles in numerous movies are hurting his career. Tyroe played the lead role in the 2018 short film "Dusk." Tyroe is also a character in the television series "Caravan." In the short film "Treasure Maps and Tinned Spaghetti," Tyroe also gained acting experience.
Despite being impeded by the Covid-19 outbreak, this Javanese-born actor's career was unaffected. Tyroe has the chance to perform once again in the 2021 film "Two Stands." Thanks to his performance in the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, Tyroe Muhafidin has become a household name among online users.
One of the aspiring young actors who could steal the show is Tyroe Muhafidin. Plays Theo, Bronwyn's kid, and his father inexplicably disappears from the scene. He is developing in a deprived medieval village.
The residents of Theo's hamlet, according to Muhafidin, "work hard because they don't have much." Theo becomes angry as a result of his situation and the persistent allegations about his mother's relationship with the foe, and viewers will witness this irritation manifest itself throughout the series.
Although there have only been a few episodes of The Rings of Power, the internet has been awash in ideas about who is who. There has been a lot of discussion about Sauron's menace and potential actors. A different crucial Lord of the Rings opponent, though, may have already been revealed, according to another idea.
Theo, a little human kid who lives in the Southlands with his mother Bronwyn, is the subject of the idea because of his conceivable connection to the Witch-king of Angmar. The Witch-king, also known as the Lord of the Nazgûl (the Ringwraiths), served as Sauron's deputy during the Second and Third Ages.
In his The Lord of the Rings novels, J.R.R. Tolkien never revealed his true identity, although there was an insinuation that he was one of the lords of Nmenor who had been corrupted by the rings of power. Nine rings were supposedly created for mortal men, but Sauron perverted them. Everyone who owned one was destined to become a Nazgul.
Source: Tempo.co, Kompas.com