Éothain (film character)

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This article is about the boy from the "Lord of the Rings" films. For the the Rider of Rohan, see Éothain.
"Éothain (film character)" is a concept which has only appeared in an adaptation of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.
Éothain
Rohir
"Éothain" in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Biographical Information
LocationVillage in Rohan, Edoras, Hornburg, Glittering Caves
AffiliationRohirrim
LanguageWestron
Family
ParentageMorwen
SiblingsFreda
Physical Description
GenderMale
SteedGarulf
GalleryImages of Éothain

Éothain is a boy of Rohan who was sent to Edoras with his sister. Éothain was invented by Warner Bros. for The Lord of the Rings film series, where he was portrayed by Sam Comery.

History

Éothain and his younger sister Freda were sent by their mother Morwen to alert King Théoden that the Wild Men were pillaging through Rohan. Éothain and Freda were kept safe at Edoras until Théoden led his people to Helm's Deep, where they were reunited with their mother.

See also

  • Éothain, a wholly distinct character within the book who shares the same name.