Charlotte studied French and Spanish at Oxford University. Whilst there, she got herself an agent and started acting professionally. Her first ever role in a featured film was a Factory Ensemble Woman for the musical drama film Les Miserables in 2012.
In 2013, Hope played a small role in the HBO fantasy TV series Game of Thrones. In Season 4 and 5 she returned to the show as Ramsay Bolton‘s sadistic lover and the character, Myranda, was created for her. In 2014 she appeared as a guest on the second season of The Musketeers series where she played Charlotte Mellendorf. That same year she appeared in the movie The Theory of Everything where she played Philippa Hawking, the younger sister of Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne). In 2015 she played a leading role in the British gangster film North v South where she played Willow Clarke.
Hope will be appearing in the 2016 films including the period biopic A United Kingdom alongside Rosamund Pike and Tom Felton, and the romantic thriller Allied with Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard. As for 2017 films, Hope will be in the upcoming American drama film Three Christs, opposite Richard Gere.
|2018||The Nun||Sister Victoria|
|2016||A United Kingdom||Olivia Lancaster|
|2015||Miss You Already||Young Jess|
|2015||North v South||Willow|
|2014||Playhouse Presents: Marked||Primrose|
|2014||Testament of Youth||Betty (Uncredited)||TV Short|
|2014||The Theory of Everything||Phillipa Hawking|
|2013||The Invisible Woman||Young Prostitute|
|2012||Les Misérables||Factory Woman (Uncredited)|
|2016||Houdini and Doyle||Molly Morgan|
|2016||Death in Paradise||Lucy Preville|
|2013–2016||Game of Thrones||Myranda|
|2014||The Musketeers||Charlotte Mellendorf|
|2012–2013||Holby City||Elinor Campbell|
|2013||Law & Order: UK||Holly Leigh|
|2013||Love and Marriage||Alice|
|2011||Waking the Dead||Abigail Harding|
|2016||Buried Child||Shelly||Trafalgar Studios|
|2015||A Midsummer Night’s Dream||Hermia||Liverpool Everyman|
|2013||Outlines||Various||Old Red Lion Theatre|
|2012||Belarus||The Woman||Arcola Theatre|