|Other names Eliza Hope Bennett|
Height 1.63 m
|Years active 2004–present|
TV shows Rescue Me
Name Eliza Bennett
|Full Name Eliza Hope Bennett|
Born 17 March 1992 (age 23) (1992-03-17) Reading, Berkshire, UK
Education Leighton Park School (2009), Sylvia Young Theatre School, Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts
Movies Inkheart, Nanny McPhee, The Contractor, Grimm's Snow White, From Time to Time
Similar People Holly Gibbs, Jennifer Rae Daykin, Brendan Fraser, Thomas Brodie‑Sangster, Iain Softley
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Eliza Hope Bennett (born 17 March 1992) is an English actress and singer. Her most notable roles have been those of Meggie Folchart in the film Inkheart, Tora in the film Nanny McPhee, Susan in From Time to Time and playing Holly Manson in the West End musical Loserville. Bennett starred on the MTV black comedy series Sweet/Vicious as Jules Thomas.
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- Early life
- Film career
- Music career
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Bennett was born and grew up in Reading, Berkshire with her older brother and sister and attended Leighton Park School.
Bennett landed her first role as Jemima in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the London Palladium in 2002 aged nine. She got her first film role playing Princess Arabella in 2004's The Prince and Me. In 2005 Bennett landed one of her biggest film roles, playing Tora in Nanny McPhee.
In 2005, she played Hayley in the TV movie Supernova, Young Anne in the 2006 film Victims, Emily in The Contractor with Wesley Snipes and television work as Nora in the Agatha Christie's Marple episode "By the Pricking of My Thumbs".
In 2006, she played the role of Meggie Folchart in the film Inkheart, based on the novel by Cornelia Funke. In 2009, Eliza went on to land the role of Susan in Julian Fellowes' film From Time to Time.
In 2010, she played the role of Kate Anderson in Johannes Roberts' thriller film F, Roadkill. In 2012, Eliza portrayed the psychopathic character of Kayleigh in the thriller film Confine; a role for which she received a best supporting actress nomination at the Wild Rose Independent Film Festival, eventually receiving a distinctive achievement award. and also winning Best Actress Award for Confine at CYIFF 2013
Bennett performed a song for Inkheart's soundtrack, called "My Declaration", originally written and performed by Tom Baxter.
In 2012, Eliza then went back to musical theatre when she was cast as Holly in the West End musical Loserville. This was first performed at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in Leeds, before getting a West End transfer to the Garrick Theatre in 2012.