| Helena Barlow|
| 5 September 1998 (age 17) (1998-09-05) London, England, United Kingdom|
Great Expectations, Harry Potter and the Death, Horrid Henry: The Movie
Arthur Bowen, Ellie Darcey‑Alden, Will Dunn, Ryan Turner, Benedict Clarke
Helena Barlow Wikipedia
Helena Barlow (born 5 September 1998) is a former English child film and stage actress best known for her role as Rose Weasley in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. In 2012, she starred as young Estella in Mike Newell's Great Expectations alongside Helena Bonham Carter and Ralph Fiennes.
Barlow began her career on the small British stage in 2009, where she appeared in a bit part in The Nutcracker for the English Youth Ballet and later participated in the opening number for the Michael Croft Theatre, a host to a variety of school productions, including the Alleyn's Junior School, which Barlow attended in 2010. Her first leading role was Wendy Darling for the Alleyn's Junior School Year Six production of Peter Pan, adapted by Maggi Law. Like many of the school's productions, it too was performed in the Michael Croft Theatre.
Her most notable role came in 2011 when it was announced in June that she had been cast as Rose Weasley—oldest child of Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley in the commercially successful Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. At the age of 12, this was her first professional film credit.
She went on to appear the same year in Horrid Henry: The Movie, an adaptation of Francesca Simon's children's book series of the same name and in 2012, in Mike Newell's adaptation of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations as the younger version of Estella Havisham played by Holliday Grainger as an adult, respectively. She appeared alongside Harry Potter alums Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes, Robbie Coltrane and Jessie Cave.
Her latest project is Harriet and the Matches in the titular role, a five-minute short film directed by Miranda Howard-Williams and written by Heinrich Hoffmann. According to the official site synopsis, the film is an adaptation of "a traditional German fairy tale" and "is a dark cautionary tale about a lonely little girl."
Barlow was born in London where she currently lives with her parents, two sisters, and one brother.