Eleanor May Tomlinson is a beautiful and talented actress from England. She was a London girl but later moved to Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire. She is the daughter of an actor Malcolm Tomlinson and a beautiful singer Judith Hibbert. She always feels blessed to be born in such a talented family. She has a brother, Ross Tomlinson, who is also an actor.
After moving to Yorkshire, she went to Beverley High School. She was always fond of acting and was an early bloomer. She started her acting career with appearing in the TV movie as the Little Daphne in 2005. She later appeared in ‘
The Illusionist’ as Young Sophie in 2006. She was too young but still was an adorable character. In her teenage, she appeared in ‘Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging’ as Jas in 2008. Her role in the movie gave her recognition and also gained the huge fan following. She featured as Agnes Muller in ‘Einstein and Eddington’, a TV movie. She is a very talented actress and received many offers during that time. She portrayed the role of Fiona Chataway in the super hit ‘
Alice in Wonderland’. One of her most appreciated characters is of Isabella in ‘
Jack the Giant Slayer’, directed by
Bryan Singer in 2013. After Jack the Giant Slayer, she acted in many different films ‘Deadly Code’ and ‘Syria’, but she bagged significant roles in TV serials. She acted in ‘The White Queen’, ‘
Agatha Christie’s Poirot’ and ‘Death Comes to Pemberley’. She also featured in ‘The Labours of Hercules’ in 2013. In 2015, she appeared as Demelza in one of her best TV serials ‘Poldark'. The series received many great praises and is loved by the audience. She is a very skilled actress and has earned great success at a very young age. Along with her beauty, she has also evolved as an actress. She has gained experience by working along with some great actors. She always believed in keep trying hard, and if she keeps trying hard, she will eventually become one of the greatest actresses. She is a promising character and is supposed to earn even more success in the coming years.