|Born||April 1988 (25)
Camden, London, England
Bentall was born at home in Camden, London. She is the daughter of actors Janine Duvitski and Paul Bentall. The family moved to Petersham outside Richmond when Bentall was eight. She attended Grey Court School and went to Richmond upon Thames College between 2004 and 2006, graduating with a BTEC National Diploma in Performance.
Bentall has three siblings, Jack, Albert and Edith, and two elder half-siblings from her father's first marriage. She currently lives in Central London with her family. Her younger sister Edith is the singer 'Edith Violet' 
Bentall's first professional acting job was an episode of Holby City, which she filmed in 2006 while still at Richmond College. Her other television credits include You Can Choose Your Friends, Doctors, Oliver Twist and New Tricks. She played Mary Bennet in the 2008 mini-series Lost in Austen, a performance described as "by far the most interesting interpretation of the sanctimonious middle Bennet daughter of Pride and Prejudice yet". In 2009 she joined the regular cast of Lark Rise to Candleford, playing Minnie.
She played Alice in Alice, an adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland', written by Laura Wade, at the Sheffield Crucible in June 2010. More recently she played Anya in Remembrance Day at the Royal Court Theatre in March - April 2011 and the role of Victoria in the Mike Leigh directed play Grief at the Royal National Theatre in London.
|2006||Holby City||Robyn Dent||1 episode|
|2007||You Can Choose Your Friends||Phoebe Snell|
|Doctors||Poppy Foster||1 episode|
|Oliver Twist||Charlotte||1 episode|
|2008||New Tricks||Heidi||1 episode|
|Lost in Austen||Mary Bennet||4 episodes|
|2009||The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler||Stefania|
|The Bill||Kim Patterson||2 episodes|
|2009–11||Lark Rise to Candleford||Minnie Mude||Series regular|
|2012||The Paradise||Pauline||Series 1 regular|
|2009||The Alchemistic Suitcase||Girl||Short film|
|2010||Robin Hood||Margaret Walter's Maid||Feature film|
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- Law, Cally (19 June 2005). "One foot in two worlds". The Times. Retrieved 2009-07-18.
- Jane Austen Today: Ruby Bentall - A Most Memorable Mary Bennet Retrieved on 2009-07-18.
- Singh, Anita (2 January 2009). "Lark Rise to Candleford returns with lesson for coping with the recession". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 2009-07-18.