Andrew Scott cuts a dapper figure in a cool green suit at the Catherine Called Birdy premiere

Looking mint! Andrew Scott cuts a dapper figure in a cool green suit as he hits the red carpet at the Catherine Called Birdy UK premiere

Andrew Scott cut a dapper figure as he hit the red carpet at the Catherine Called Birdy premiere in London on Tuesday.

The Fleabag actor, 45, donned a stylish green suit for the swanky event as he joined his co-stars as well as the movie’s director Lena Dunham

Andrew layered the smart jacket over a 1970s inspired beige shirt which featured an oversized pointed collar. 

Dapper Dan: Andrew Scott, 45, cut a dapper figure as he hit the red carpet at the Catherine Called Birdy premiere in London on Tuesday

Dapper Dan: Andrew Scott, 45, cut a dapper figure as he hit the red carpet at the Catherine Called Birdy premiere in London on Tuesday

Slipping his feet into black shiny dress shoes the actor sported an unshaven face and slicked back his dark locks. 

The medieval comedy is written and directed by Girls creator Lena and is based on the 1994 novel of the same name by Karen Cushman.

And stars 18-year-old Bella Ramsey as the title character, a teenage girl living in 13th-century England. 

Smarty pants: The Fleabag actor donned a stylish green suit for the swanky event

Famous friends:  He joined his co-stars at the event as well as the movie's director Lena Dunham

Smarty pants: The Fleabag actor  donned a stylish green suit for the swanky event as he joined his co-stars as well as the movie’s director Lena Dunham

Handsome: Slipping his feet into black shiny dress shoes the actor sported an unshaven face and slicked back his dark locks

Handsome: Slipping his feet into black shiny dress shoes the actor sported an unshaven face and slicked back his dark locks

The official synopsis reads: ‘When her father, Sir Rollo (Andrew) is in danger of losing everything thanks to his extreme spending, he tries to marry her off to a wealthy man, though she leans on a series of playful pranks to save herself from being wed to someone she despises’. 

Joe Alwyn costars as Catherine’s beloved uncle, while Billie Piper, Russel Brand and Ralph Ineson are among the all-star cast.

It comes after it was revealed Andrew would next play Tom Ripley – the arch conman previously played to aplomb by Matt Damon in the hit 1999 film – in the new Showtime series while Dakota Fanning portrays Marge Sherwood. 

Big screen: The medieval comedy is written and directed by Girls creator Lena and is based on the 1994 novel of the same name by Karen Cushman (Andrew pictured in the movie)

Big screen: The medieval comedy is written and directed by Girls creator Lena and is based on the 1994 novel of the same name by Karen Cushman (Andrew pictured in the movie)

Co-stars: (L-R) Andrew Scott, Bella Ramsey, director Lena Dunham and Joe Alwyn

The character of Tom Ripley was created by late novelist Patricia Highsmith and played a defining role through five of her novels and several subsequent film adaptations.

In the new series, set in the 1960s, Ripley is hired by a wealthy New Yorker to travel to Italy to convince his wayward son Dickie Greenleaf to return home.

But along the way, he starts to weave a complex web of deceit with murderous consequences.

Dickie’s Venice based American girlfriend – played by Dakota – will slowly suspect Ripley’s motives when he shows up looking for him

Posing: Andrew posed on the red carpet before heading inside the theatre to enjoy the movie 

Cast: The cast all posed for photos during the swanky London premiere

Cast: The cast all posed for photos during the swanky London premiere 

Olden days: The medieval comedy is written and directed by Girls creator Lena and is based on the 1994 novel of the same name by Karen Cushman (Andrew and Bella Ramsey pictured in the movie)

Olden days: The medieval comedy is written and directed by Girls creator Lena and is based on the 1994 novel of the same name by Karen Cushman (Andrew and Bella Ramsey pictured in the movie) 

The drama is being adapted from Highsmith’s novels by Schindler’s List writer Steve Zaillan.

The 1999 film The Talented Mr. Ripley, directed by the late Anthony Minghella, starred Matt Damon as Tom Ripley with Gwyneth Paltrow as Marge and Jude Law as doomed jazz musician Dickie.

Catherine Called Birdy will have a limited in cinemas from September 23, before streaming on Prime Video starting on October 7.

Next move: It comes after it was revealed Andrew would next play Tom Ripley - the arch conman previously played to aplomb by Matt Damon in the hit 1999 film - in the new Showtime series while Dakota Fanning portrays Marge Sherwood (Matt Damon pictured in the film)

Next move: It comes after it was revealed Andrew would next play Tom Ripley – the arch conman previously played to aplomb by Matt Damon in the hit 1999 film – in the new Showtime series while Dakota Fanning portrays Marge Sherwood (Matt Damon pictured in the film) 

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