Ellie Kendrick

Ellie Kendrick

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British actress
Ellie Kendrick
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Ellie Kendrick in July 2016
Born Eleanor Lucy V. Kendrick
(1990-06-08) 8 June 1990 (age 28)
London, England, UK
Education Benenden School
University of Cambridge
Occupation Actress, stage performer

Eleanor Lucy V. Kendrick (born 8 June 1990) is an English actress best known for playing Anne Frank in the BBC‘s 2009 miniseries The Diary of Anne Frank, Ivy Morris in the first series of the 2010 revived Upstairs Downstairs, and Meera Reed in the HBO series Game of Thrones. She also voices Taelia Fordragon in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.

Early life[edit]

Kendrick was born in London. She attended Benenden School in Kent and spent time with the National Youth Theatre.[1][2] In October 2009, she took up a place to study English at the University of Cambridge.


Kendrick has played roles in Waking the Dead (2004), Doctors (2004), In 2 Minds (2004), Prime Suspect: The Final Act (2006), Lewis (2007), and the film An Education, scripted by Nick Hornby[3] and which premièred at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.[2]

Kendrick played Anne Frank in the 2009 miniseries The Diary of Anne Frank. She said that her approach to playing Frank was to “peel back the layers of idolisation and to think of the characters just as normal people”. Her performance was praised for “bringing fresh realism to an iconic role”.[3]

In 2009, she made her stage début as Juliet in a Shakespeare’s Globe production of Romeo and Juliet.[4] In December 2010, she played maid Ivy Morris in BBC One‘s revival of Upstairs Downstairs. She did not return for the second series, broadcast in 2012.

In 2011, Kendrick appeared in the BBC Radio 4 production of Life and Fate. She also played the character Allison in Being Human in the episode “Puppy Love” in 2012. She returned to the role in the ultimate episode of the series “The Last Broadcast” in 2013.

In 2012, Kendrick was cast in the role of Meera Reed in season 3 of Game of Thrones.[5][6] In 2013 she returned to the stage in In the Republic of Happiness and The Low Road at the Royal Court Theatre; she is also playing the character Constance on Sky1‘s Chickens. Kendrick also played the part of Helen in Misfits.[7]

2016 saw Kendrick perform her first lead film role in The Levelling.[8][9][10]


Year Title Role Notes
2004 Waking the Dead Young Greta Episode: “The Hardest Word, Part 2”
2004 Doctors Laura Episode: “Promises, Promises”
2006 Prime Suspect: The Final Act Melanie Television movie
2007 Lewis Megan Linn Episode: “Whom the Gods Would Destroy”
2009 The Diary of Anne Frank Anne Frank[11] 5 episodes
Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film
2009 An Education Tina
2010 Upstairs Downstairs Ivy Morris 3 episodes (series 1)
2012–2013 Being Human Allison 2 episodes
2012 Cheerful Weather for the Wedding Kitty Thatcham
Game of Thrones Meera Reed 16 episodes
2013 Chickens Constance 1 episode
2013 Misfits Helen 5 episodes
2016 Native Eva Feature film
2016 Love Is Thicker Than Water Helen Feature film
2016 Whisky Galore! Catriona Macroon Feature film
2016 The Levelling Clover Feature film
2018 Press Leona Manning-Lynd Main role
Video games
Year Title Role Notes
2018 World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth Taelia Fordragon


Year Title Station
2011 Life and fate BBC Radio Four
2012 Dracula BBC Radio Four
2014 The Basin BBC Radio Four
2017 Agnes Grey BBC Radio Four


Year Title Director Role Theatre
2017 Gloria Michael Longhurst Ani, Sasha, Callie Hampstead Theatre
2009 Romeo and Juliet Dominic Dromgoole Juliet Globe Theatre

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