Place of Birth: Hertfordshire, England, UK
Talulah Riley is an English actress known for her versatile roles in film and television. She was born on September 26, 1985 in Hertfordshire, England.
Riley started her acting career at a young age and had her breakthrough with the role of Mary Bennet in the film adaptation of Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice (2005). Her portrayal of the shy and reserved character brought her recognition and opened the doors to other acting projects.
After her success in "Pride and Prejudice," Riley continued her career in film and television. She starred in such films as "The Girls of St. Trinian's" (2007), "Thor" (2011) and "Inception" (2010). Her acting skills and talent to portray a wide range of characters have made her a sought-after actress.
Riley has also appeared in various television productions, including "Doctor Who," "Westworld" and "Whitechapel." She has shown that she is able to succeed in different genres and characters.
In addition to her acting career, Talulah Riley is also a writer. She published her debut novel "Acts of Love" in 2019.
Riley is known not only for her acting performance, but also for her intelligence and commitment to science and technology. She holds degrees in philosophy, politics and economics from the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of a technology company.
Talulah Riley has captured the attention of audiences and critics alike with her impressive acting performance and commitment to science and technology. Her versatility and ability to transform into different roles make her a talented actress.
Role: Gina Garrison
Role: The Girl
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Role: Mary Bennet