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Felicity Jones

Felicity Jones young

Birth Date

October 17, 1983



Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Dark Brown

Eye color



5 ft 3 in | 160 cm

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Body Measurements

33-27-34 in | 84-68.5-87 cm


55 kg | 121 pounds

Bra Size


Shoe size

8 US | 38 EU

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Felicity Rose Hadley Jones was born in Birmingham, West Midlands, England, U.K., on October 17, 1983, is an English actress.

Young Felicity Jones began her acting career as a child.

She landed her television debut in the British family movie The Treasure Seekers (1996) in role as Alice, at the age of 12.

She got her stage debut in students productions of plays "Attis" and "The Comedy of Errors", for the Oxford University Dramatic Society (2005).

She made her professional stage debut in a play "The Snow Queen" (2005–2006) in role as Gerda, at the Newbury Theatre.

She made her big screen debut in British drama movie Flashbacks of a Fool (2008) in role as young Ruth.

Her breakthrough performance came as Anna Gardner in romantic drama film Like Crazy (2011) opposite Jennifer Lawrence and Anton Yelchin.

New Movies

Good Morning, Midnight (2020) science fiction in role as Sully, opposite George Clooney

The Aeronauts (2019) biographical adventure in role as Amelia Wren, opposite Eddie Redmayne

Best Movies

She was nominated for the Academy Award, a BAFTA Award and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress for her role as Jane Hawking in biographical romantic drama movie The Theory of Everything (2014).

She played Jyn Erso in epic space-opera film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016).

Northanger Abbey (2007) drama romance with Carey Mulligan

Chéri (2009) drama with Michelle Pfeiffer

Hysteria (2012) romantic comedy opposite Hugh Dancy and Maggie Gyllenhaa

Chalet Girl (2011) romantic comedy sports with Ed Westwick and Brooke Shields

The Tempest (2010) comedy drama with Helen Mirren and Russell Brand

Inferno (2016) mystery thriller with Tom Hanks

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) superhero in role as Felicia Hardy

True Story (2015) mystery thriller opposite James Franco and Jonah Hill

A Monster Calls (2016) dark fantasy drama opposite Sigourney Weaver and Liam Neeson

The Invisible Woman (2013) biographical drama with Ralph Fiennes

Breathe In (2013) romantic drama with Guy Pearce

On the Basis of S*x (2018) biographical legal drama in role as Ruth Bader Ginsburg

TV Shows

She played Ethel Hallow in ITV television series The Worst Witch (1998–1999) and in sequel Weirdsister College (2001).

She portrayed Zoe Brogan in British television thriller drama series Cape Wrath (2007).

Servants (2003) BBC One television drama series in role as Grace May

The Diary of Anne Frank (2009) BBC miniseries in role as Margot Frank

She voiced Jyn Erso in animated web series Star Wars Forces of Destiny (2017-2018).

She hosted Saturday Night Live in 2017.


Attended Kings Norton Girls' School and King Edward VI Handsworth School

Studied at Wadham College, Oxford.

Has one elder brother.

She won the BAFTA Britannia Award for British Artist of the Year in 2016.

Fan of English writer Virginia Woolf.

Practicing yoga regularly.

Big fan of series Peaky Blinders.

Close friend with actress Carey Mulligan.


She dated English artist Ed Fornieles (2006-2014).

She married film director Charles Guard in 2018.


I'm very independent, creatively, always trying to push myself - and I think that comes from my mother.

I think in every character there are aspects of yourself that you bring to it. But then it would be really boring to just play yourself.

I'm attracted to playing people who aren't necessarily straightforward.

The more famous you get, in some ways it makes acting more difficult because you're more known as yourself. There's more of a narrative about you rather than about the character.

The key is working with great directors. A film is so many different people and all their talents, but particularly the directors, because of the idiosyncrasies of that person.

Acting has always existed alongside my normal life. It's been a case of learning on the job. I've worked in so many styles, with so many people, so I've picked bits up from everyone and everything.

I like to keep pushing myself and trying things out. I get easily bored, so I need a challenge.