‘Harry Potter,’ ‘Servant’ Actor Rupert Grint Stops in at Minella’s in Wayne for Some Sunday Breakfast

Actor Rupert Grint stopped into Minella's Diner in Wayne .
Image via Minella's Diner Facebook page.
Actor Rupert Grint stopped into Minella's Diner in Wayne.

Actor Rupert Grint created a small stir when he showed up Sunday morning for breakfast at the Minella’s Diner in Wayne, writes Pat Ralphi for Philly Voice.

Grint is known for his role as Ron Weasley in the “Harry Potter” film series and more recently for his role in M. Night Shyamalen’s Apple TV thriller series, “Servant.”

Minella’s, popular with locals and Villanova students, shared Grint’s visit on its Facebook and Instagram pages.

Grint’s appearance follows a visit days before from 6ABC anchor Jim Gardner and actor David Boreanaz.

Grint is in the Philadelphia region filming the final season of “Servant.” The show’s four seasons have mostly been filmed in Delaware County, Philadelphia, and the Jersey Shore.

The third season of “Servant” debuted on Apple TV+ in January. New episodes will premiere on Fridays but no startup date has been announced.

“Servant” is the story of a Philadelphia couple, Dorothy and Sean Turner, who are coping with the death of their 13-week old infant son Jericho. They hire a nanny to look after their reborn therapy doll, which Dorothy starts to believe is an actual living infant.

Grint’s character is Julian Pearce, Dorothy’s younger brother.

Read more at Philly Voice about Rupert Grint’s Sunday breakfast visit to Minella’s.

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