Novel series[ edit ] Chuck Bass is introduced by author Cecily von Ziegesar in her Gossip Girl series of teen novels, the first of which was published in
He is portrayed by Ed Westwick. They marry in the series finale. He is best friends with Nate Archibald. He is also good friends with Serena van der Woodsen and Dan Humphrey. Chuck appeared in episodes. Chuck is generally shown throughout the first two seasons as the group's bad boy, and is frequently manipulative.
However, a softer side to his personality is formed more for people cares about as the series progresses, most notably Nate and Blair. He often blames himself for his mother's death even though it isn't his fault, and he has a tendency to not completely trust people and is always in search of ways to succeed.
Chuck is orphaned in his senior year at high school due to the death of his father in a car accident, before being adopted by Lily van der Woodsenhis stepmother, and the only parent who Chuck really connected to and loved unconditionally.
Chuck's role is initially that of an antagonist to the main characters. Chuck is largely friendless but is tolerated by the others because of his family's enormous wealth.
He is described as having flamboyant fashion sense, with a penchant for scarves. Lazy and vain, Chuck's only interests are sex and money, and he is frequently chided by his father for lacking ambition and performing poorly in school.
Following flings with numerous females and males, his only serious relationship comes near the end of the series, when he begins dating Blair Waldorf. In It Had To Be YouChuck is rejected from colleges because of poor grades and is sent to military school by his father.
When next mentioned in Gossip Girl spin-off The Carlylesit is stated that Chuck never showed up to military school, and his whereabouts thereafter are unknown. Chuck also owns a monkey named Sweetie, gifted from Georgina Sparks ' family after the Bass' bailed her out of a situation, and he is known to bring Sweetie everywhere with him.
It's also alluded to on several occasions that Chuck could be bisexual, as he attempted being gay more than once. Differences on Television Adaptation As the show opens, Chuck is shown to enjoy seducing women and who uses them to keep himself entertained when his best friend Nate or his heartless father are not around.
In the earlier seasons, he's shown to be more like his character in the books. He was then reconfigured as a more central character, an antiheroic heterosexual playboy whose on-off relationship with Blair serves as one of the show's major ongoing storylines.
Chuck is the resident "bad boy" of the Upper East Side, and like Blair is both vengeful and manipulative; the two often scheme elaborate plans together. As the series progresses, Chuck becomes a more compassionate and mature character; he undergoes one of the deepest growths in a character on the show.
He eventually owns a dog named Monkey, a nod to the novels where he owned a monkey. After Vanessa AbramsChuck is the most drastically different in the television series as compared to the books.Only season 6 in this video XD "Skyfall" what a beautiful song!
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