Freya Mavor Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More
Freya Mavor (born August 13, 1993) is a Scottish model and actress. She is best known for her roles in the E4 teen drama Skins as Mini McGuinness and as Daria Greenock in the HBO finance drama series Industry.
Mavor was born in Glasgow but raised in Inverleith, Edinburgh. Her father, playwright James Mavor, teaches the MA screenwriting course at Napier University. Her grandfather, Ronald Bingo Mavor, was The Scotsman's theatre critic before becoming the director of the Scottish Arts Council in the early 1960s. Her great-grandfather, James Bridie (real name Osborne Mavor), transformed the Scottish theatrical landscape by founding the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 1950. Mavor's mother is Irish and has Danish ancestors.
Mavor became interested in acting when she was ten years old after seeing The Shining. She lived in La Rochelle, France, for a time. She attended Collège Eugène Fromentin in La Rochelle and Mary Erskine School in Edinburgh before joining the National Youth Theatre in 2008. Prior to joining the National Youth Theatre, she appeared in school productions of Shakespeare's The Tempest as Miranda and The Merchant of Venice, both directed by John C. Allan.
Mavor made her professional debut in 2011 as Mini McGuinness in the fifth and sixth series of the E4 drama Skins. "She's a feisty and witty figure, but she doesn't really think about the consequences of her actions," she said of her character. She was nominated for Best Actress at the 2012 TV Choice Awards for her performance.
Mavor was chosen as the face of Pringle of Scotland's 2011 spring/summer campaign. At the 2011 Scottish Fashion Awards, she was also named Fashion Icon of the Year.
Mavor starred as Nicola Ball in the romantic comedy Not Another Happy Ending in 2013. It premiered at the 2013 EIFF Closing Night. The story revolves around a writer who is experiencing writer's block and her publisher's campaign to get her writing again. In the same year, she played Liz in Sunshine on Leith, an adaptation of the stage musical based on The Proclaimers' lyrics that premiered at TIFF 2013. She co-starred with Benjamin Biolay and Italian actor Elio Germano in Joann Sfar's French-Belgian mystery film The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun in 2015. It was the first of three consecutive French-speaking roles for Mavor, who speaks French fluently. In 2016, she had supporting roles in Yvan Attal's anti-Semitism satire Ils sont partout and the period drama Cézanne et moi, about the friendship between novelist Émile Zola and painter Paul Cézanne, starring Guillaume Canet and Guillaume Gallienne in the two leading roles.
Mavor appeared as Princess Elizabeth of York in the BBC One period drama The White Queen in 2013. Later that year, she appeared in Will Merrick's stage production Boys at London's Arcola Theatre. Mavor's next television appearance was in the Channel 4 historical miniseries New Worlds, in which she played Jamie Dornan's love interest in a 17th-century English story. In May 2014, she appeared in the episode "En apesanteur" ("At zero gravity") of Pierre Niney's French TV show Casting(s).
Mavor had a supporting role in the mystery drama The Sense of an Ending, starring Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling, in 2017, and then took a leading role in the romance film Modern Life Is Rubbish, which depicts the ups and downs of a relationship between a man and a woman who share an interest in alternative rock over the years. She appeared in the black comedy Dead in a Week: Or Your Money Back, starring Aneurin Barnard and Tom Wilkinson, in 2018. The same year, she co-starred with John Malkovich in the BBC One miniseries The ABC Murders, based on Agatha Christie's mystery novel The ABC Murders; with David Kross in the biographical film The Keeper, about the life of German football player Bert Trautmann; and with Vincent Cassel and Olga Kurylenko in another French-language production, L'Empereur de Paris, about early 18th-century French criminalist Eugène François Vi
Mavor was also set to appear in the Netflix-produced Gore Vidal biopic Gore, which was put on hold indefinitely after leading actor Kevin Spacey was accused of sexual misconduct.
Mavor has two brothers, Hugo and Alex, in his personal life. She is a pianist who also speaks French fluently. She sang as a mezzo-soprano in the National Youth Choir of Scotland in 2005. In the UK edition of FHM's 100 World's Sexiest Women 2012, she was ranked 78th. Screen International named her one of the UK Stars of Tomorrow in 2013.
|2013||Not Another Happy Ending||Nicola Ball|
|Sunshine on Leith||Liz Henshaw|
|2015||The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun||Dany||French-language film|
|2016||The Jews||Marie||French-language film|
|Cézanne and I||Jeanne||French-language film|
|2017||The Sense of an Ending||Young Veronica|
|Modern Life Is Rubbish||Natalie|
|2018||Dead in a Week or Your Money Back||Ellie|
|L'Empereur de Paris||Annette||French-language film|
|Balance, Not Symmetry||Dolly|
|2022||About Joan||Joan Verra||French-language film|
|2011||Disco||Girl in Queue|
|2011–2012||Skins||Mini McGuinness||E4 series, 18 episodes|
Nominated — TV Choice Award for Best Actress
|2013||The White Queen||Princess Elizabeth of York||BBC One miniseries, 3 episodes|
|2014||New Worlds||Beth Fanshawe||E4 miniseries, 4 episodes|
|Casting(s)||French-language Canal+ sitcom|
|2015||Virtuoso||Marie||TV movie directed by Alan Ball|
|2018||The ABC Murders||Thora Grey||BBC One miniseries, 3 episodes|
|2019||Twice Upon a Time||Louise||French-language ARTE miniseries, 4 episodes-|
|2020-present||Industry||Daria Greenock||HBO series, Main Cast|
|2016||Good Canary||Annie Parker||Rose Theatre|
Freya Mavor Biography
|Date of Birth||13-Aug-1993|
|Age in 2023||30|
|Birth Place||Glasgow, Scotland|
|Famous as||Actress, And Model|
|Height||In Centimeters: 178 cm.|
In Meters: 1.78 m.
In Feet Inches: 5'10"
|Weight||In KG: Not known|
In Pound: Not known
|Marital Status||Yet to update|