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Daisy Carmen Bevan (born 23 March 1992) is an English actress. She is the daughter of actress Joely Richardson and film producer Tim Bevan.
She made her screen debut in 1998 in the film Elizabeth (produced by her father's company, Working Title) at the age of five, and also played a younger version of her mother in the 2001 film, The Affair of the Necklace. In 2014 she played a supporting role in the adaptation of the Patricia Highsmith novel The Two Faces of January, and starred in a stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Grey at the Riverside Studios in London.
In July 2015, Bevan played the role of Tamsin Carmichael in the BBC’s two-part television adaptation of Sadie Jones’ debut novel The Outcast.
Bevan attended Bedales School in Hampshire, and then the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in Manhattan. Her parents forbade her pursuing an acting career until she graduated.
At the age of one, Bevan was diagnosed with a rare circulatory condition that affected her legs. At 15 she had to undergo a series of operations, causing her mother to suspend her role on the TV series Nip/Tuck for a year.
Bevan is a member of the Redgrave acting family, and marks the fifth generation of her family to enter the profession. As the daughter of Joely Richardson, she is also the niece of Natasha Richardson and Liam Neeson, and the granddaughter of Vanessa Redgrave. Her parents divorced when she was five. She has two half-siblings, Nell (b. 2001) and Jago (b. 2003), from her father's second marriage. She currently lives with her mother in London.