In 2016, he officially announced that he is retiring from his acting career and will be a parliamentary adviser to Crispin Blunt, MP.
For this role, he earned his first nomination in Character and Morality in Entertainment Awards in 2006 and he won this award that year for Best Younger cast.
Narnians would believe that Puzzle is Aslan and would obey his every command (as Shift gave them).
Puzzle does not like the idea but is convinced that he is not clever enough to see the benefit of such an idea.
Both agree that it is a sign, but it is Shift who has his way in the end.
Puzzle would pretend to be Aslan and Shift would tell him what to say.
Shift sends Puzzle to town for food and commences working on the skin. Shift hides his work from prying eyes (birds overhead) and presents his work to Puzzle when the donkey returns.
Again, Puzzle protests, feeling that Aslan would be quite upset to see him dressed in a lion's skin, but he is powerless to deny the ape his will.
He was offered the role Edmund Pevensie for his later audition.
After he played this role, he became well praised and acclaimed all over the world.
Puzzle dons the skin and, though not completely convincing in daylight, he does present a satisfactory illusion in dim firelight or moonlight.