Elliott John Tittensor is an English actor born on November 3, 1989. He is best known for his part as Carl Gallagher in the comedy-drama series Shameless, which ran from 2004 to 2013.
The twin brother of Luke Tittensor is Elliott Tittensor. They both went to Heywood Community High School and are from Heywood, Greater Manchester. He was seeing Kaya Scodelario from the end of 2009 to the beginning of 2014.
People learned about their connection when Scodelario defended Tittensor after he was arrested for almost killing someone while driving an uninsured car and leaving the victim seriously hurt and blind. After pleading guilty to driving without insurance, Tittensor was sued for losses related to his part in the accident.
Elliott Tittensor as Ser Erryk Cargyll
He was a knight from the House of Cargyll. They were both in the Kingsguard when King Viserys I Targaryen was in charge. Ser Arryk Cargyll was their twin brother. King Aegon II Targaryen was on the side of King Erryk, while Queen Rhaenyra Targaryen was on the side of his brother Arryk.
How Ser Erryk Cargyll Looks Like and His Appearance
It was hard to tell the difference between Erryk and his twin brother Ser Arryk that even their Kingsguards couldn’t.
Storyline in the Ice and Fire and In the Dance of the Dragons
Ser Erryk and Ser Arryk Cargyll, both knights of the Kingsguard, were presented to King Viserys I at the tournament at Maidenpool in 105 AC. Ser Criston Cole unhorsed both of them. King Viserys I Targaryen made Erryk the sworn shield of Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen in 120 AC. He took the place of Ser Harwin Strong.
After Viserys died in 129 AC, Ser Steffon Darklyn, Ser Lorent Marbrand, and other knights in the Kingsguard joined the Queensguard of Rhaenyra on Dragonstone to support the black side. The “black council” of Rhaenyra also had Erryk as a member. But his twin brother Arryk sided with Rhaenyra’s enemy, King Aegon II Targaryen, and his green group in King’s Landing.
Grand Maester Orwyle tried to bring the warring Targaryen families together but failed while travelling from King’s Landing to Dragonstone with Arryk in his group. A song written long after the events says that the brothers tried to get each other to switch sides before Arryk left Dragonstone.
The song says that when this failed, they both said they loved each other and then split up, knowing that the next time they would meet, it would be as enemies. That kind of goodbye might have happened that day, but there are no records of it in history.
Aegon wanted to get back at Rhaenyra for killing his son, Prince Jaehaerys Targaryen, with Blood and Cheese. The Lord Commander of Aegon’s Kingsguard, Ser Criston, told Arryk to sneak into Dragonstone as his twin brother, Erryk. Some people think that his job was to kill Rhaenyra or her children.
Arryk got to the island, pretending to be a fisherman. He then put on his Kingsguard armour and white robes and entered the castle. But while Arryk was on his way to the royal rooms, he ran into Erryk. Erryk knew right away why his twin brother was there.
Many different stories have been told about the fight that followed. Septon Eustace’s story only says that the Cargyll twins killed each other. Singers say that as the brothers drew their swords, they told each other they loved each other.
They fought for about an hour, according to The Dance of the Dragons, A True Telling by Grand Maester Munkun. Half of Rhaenyra’s court woke up because of the noise of the fight, but they could only watch because no one could tell which twin was which.
Arryk and Erryk killed each other in the end and died crying in each other’s arms. Finally, The Testimony of Mushroom says that the fight was short and that the brothers did not say they loved each other but instead called each other traitors.
When Erryk hit Arryk for the first time, he almost cut off his arm at the shoulder. He pulled Erryk close and grabbed his coat as Arryk fell down. He then stabbed Erryk in the stomach with a dagger. Before anyone found them, Arryk was already dead, but Erryk’s gut wound made him scream in pain and curse his brother for four days. Most singers and storytellers have better liked Munkun’s version of Erryk and Arryk’s last fight. The Cargyll twins have been the subject of many songs. One sad tune that is still sung today is “Farewell, My Brother” by Luceon of Tarth.