Georgie Henley English Actress

Georgina Helen, fondly known as Georgie, is an actress in the Hollywood industry. She was born on July 9th, 1995, in West Yorkshire, England. She completed her schooling from Moorfield School For Girls, and Bradford Grammar School. She has two elder siblings; Racheal, and Laura. Racheal is also an actress. She made her debut with The Chronicles of Narnia in 2005 in the sequel namely, The Witch Click to look into! >> Read More... The Witch , The Lion, and The Wardrobe, performing the role of Lucie. The film earned wide fame worldwide, grossing 745 million dollars.

She backed out from the role of The Chronicles of Narnia in 2008, and 2010 sequels. She won the Pheonix Film Critics Society Award for The Best Performance in a best, featured, and supporting roles. After the release of the 2005 sequel to The Chronicles of Narnia, Henley has appeared in many stage plays. She appeared as Jane in Babes In The Wood, as Scaramouche in her school’s play, We Will Rock You. She also appeared as Beth in the crime series, Perfect Sisters, released in 2014. She played Marry Warren in The Sisterhood of Night, released in 2015.

Georgie completed her graduation from The University of Cambridge. During the time at the University, she acted in many stage plays. She performed at Play It Again by Allen, The Penelopiad by Atwood, The Trojan Woman, A Clockwork Orange by Burgees. She also featured in CUADC. She has also been the director of many projects including Sweeney Todd, and After Seymour. In 2016, she appeared in Skylight by David, and Swallow by Stef. In 2014, she went to the Edinburg Fringe Festival, along with her group, to perform in The Penelopiad for the role of Eurycleia.

In 2015, she wrote and directed her first film TIDE. In 2016, she will appear in Access All Stars as Nat. Henley currently resides in Ilkley, West Yorkshire. She graduated from Claire’s College with a degree in English in 2016. She was a member of Ilkley Upstagers’ Theater Group. She is also a contributor and supporter of SOS Children’s Village, which is an international charity for orphaned and abandoned children, and mothers. Henley has won and was nominated for many awards like Empire Awards, Online Film Critics Society Awards, Young Artist Awards, National Youth Art Awards, Young Artist Awards, and Chicago Film Critics Association Awards.