Antonia Bernath is a famous British singer and actress. She was born in the year 1984 in England, but she was brought up in Virginia, U.S.A. until she turned 12-years old. Later, she lived in Wiltshire. She studied at Godolphin School before attending the University of Cambridge. As a child, she became a member of the National Youth Music Theatre, where she became part of the Pendragon. She also donned Footlights when she studied at the University of Cambridge. Antonia drops out from the university when she got admitted to the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
She did an international campaign for popular brands like Johnson and Johnson and Clean and Clear Facewash. In the year 2000s, she was debuted in the British drama television series, Monarch of the Glen. In 2005, she was debuted as a featured artist in the Hindi film, Kisna: The Warrior Poet; a film that is written, produced and directed by Indian screenwriter, producer and director,
. She turned out to be one of the leading British actresses in a Hindi film. After her debut, she started doing television series and became famous as Priscilla Presley in the biographical CBS mini-series entitled Elvis in 2005. Antonia also played as Lucy Bellham in the British police drama series, Heartbeat and a semi-regular in the medical drama series, Holby City. In 2007, she played the role of Chloe, a posh totty, in the British comedy film, St. Trinian’s and a weather girl in Richard Curtis’ The Boat that Rocked in 2009. In the same year, she was starred as Charlotte Arc on ITV2’s Trinity, alongside
, Claire Skinner, Christian Cooke, Isabella Calthorpe and Reggie Yates in the lead roles. She later played as Jimi, a jealous sister, in the thriller film, Cuckoo, helmed by Richard Bracewell in 2009.
In the year 2010, she took a hiatus from acting as she decided to go back to school to continue her studies. She returned to acting in the year 2012 and played as Florence Mackenzie, the Canadian fiancée of Jack Lowden in the stage adaptation of Chariots of Fire from the 1981 Oscar-winning film of the same name. In 2013, she acted in the British zombie comedy film, Stalled, together with Dan Palmer in the lead roles. She was seen as Kim in the comedy film, Powder Room; a film that is based on the stage play, When Women Wee. Antonia also played as Laura Edmunds in the 6th series of Downtown Abbey and portrayed the role of Susan Borman in the short-lived American period drama TV series, The Astronaut Wives Club on ABC.