Ellie Bamber

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Ellie Bamber

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Ellie Bamber
Ellie Bamber in 2016 London Film Festival 03 (30210044432).jpg

Bamber in 2016
Born (1997-02-02) 2 February 1997 (age 20)
Surrey, England
Occupation Actress
Years active 2012–present

Ellie Bamber (born 2 February 1997) is an English actress.

Early life[edit]

Bamber was born in Surrey, England, and has a younger brother, Lucas. She attended Hawley Place School and Wellington College having been awarded Drama Scholarships at both and although a strong academic student, left education before going to university to pursue her career.


From her earliest school days she found herself taking the lead in plays and musicals and, at the age of 12, she became the youngest member of the London Player’s Theatre Company. At the age of 13 she was chosen from numerous young candidates by Sir Trevor Nunn to play the role of ‘Young Jenny’ in his production of Aspects of Love at the Menier Chocolate Factory. After roles in TV and films, she returned to musical theatre when she was selected for a lead role as the disruptive teenager ‘Dinah Lord’ in High Society at The Old Vic, London. Directed by Maria Friedman, this was the last production under Kevin Spacey’s tenure as Artistic Director. Following the run, in November 2015, Ellie was nominated for the ‘Evening Standard Theatre Award’ for ‘Best Newcomer in a Musical’.[1]

TV and film[edit]

Her TV debut in 2012 was in the ITV two-part miniseries A Mother’s Son, where she played alongside Martin Clunes and Hermione Norris. In 2015, she appeared in the BBC costume drama The Musketeers. Her film debut was in The Falling (2014). In the same year she starred as Lydia Bennett, the youngest of the Bennett sisters in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, starring alongside Lily James, Douglas Booth, Sam Riley and Matt Smith.[2] In 2015, she was chosen as one of the British Film Institute and Screen Daily – Screen Stars of Tomorrow.

In 2016, she appeared in Tom Ford‘s Nocturnal Animals, playing the daughter of Jake Gyllenhaal and Isla Fisher‘s characters, in a film also starring Amy Adams.[3] Also that year, she filmed the feature film Extracurricular Activities, in which plays a lead role alongside Timothy Simons and Colin Ford.[4] In parallel with her musical theatre, TV and film career she has collaborated in the creation of the band Annoy the Boy, co-writing original numbers and releasing an EP on Union Records.


List of film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2014 The Falling Dreamy Girl
2016 Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Lydia Bennett
2016 Nocturnal Animals India Hastings
2016 Bring Back the Cat Tittie Short film
2017 Extracurricular Activities Mary-Alice Post-production
2018 The Nutcracker and the Four Realms Louise Post-production
List of television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2012 A Mother’s Son Olivia Television miniseries
2015 The Musketeers Martine Episode: “The Prodigal Father”
2016 The Fashion Fund Herself Episode: “Winner Announced”

Theatrical plays[edit]

Year Title Role
2009 Players Theatre Betty
2010 Aspects of Love Young Jenny
2015 High Society Dinah Lord

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