|Born||Amelia Catherine Bennett
4 June 1982
|Occupation||Actress, singer, and songwriter|
|Spouse(s)||Jamie Dornan (m. 2013)|
Amelia Warner (born 4 June 1982) is an English actress, as well as a musician who performs under the name Slow Moving Millie.
Warner got her start in acting as a member of the Royal Court's youth theatre group. She also starred in a 2000 BBC adaptation of Lorna Doone and has had supporting roles in films such as Æon Flux and Stoned.
Warner dated Colin Farrell from July to November 2001. There was speculation that they married; however, in December 2011 Warner told The Sun that the marriage was never legal: "We had a ceremony on a beach in Tahiti that was by no means legal and we knew it wasn't...It was just a thing we did on holiday."
In 2010 she met the Northern Irish actor and model Jamie Dornan. They were engaged at the end of the 2012 and married at Orchardleigh House in Somerset on 27 April 2013. In June 2013, the couple confirmed they were expecting their first child, and Warner gave birth to a girl named Dulcie in late November 2013. 
- Kavanagh QC (1998)
- Casualty: "Eye Spy" (1998)
- Aristocrats (1999)
- Mansfield Park (1999) as teenage Fanny Price
- Don Quixote (2000)
- Quills (2000) as Simone Royer-Collard
- Waking the Dead (2000)
- Take a Girl Like You (2000)
- Lorna Doone (2000) as Lorna Doone
- Mountaineering (BBC Radio, 2002)
- Nine Lives (2002) as Laura
- What a Girl Wants
- Love's Brother (2003)
- Winter Passing (2005)
- Æon Flux (2005) as Una Flux
- Stoned (2005)
- Alpha Male (2006)
- Gone (2006)
- The Seeker / The Dark Is Rising (2007) as Maggie
- The Echo (2008)
- Olga? (2010)
- The Other Side (2012) as Rachel
Slow Moving Millie
Amelia began her music career in July 2009 when she wrote and performed the song "Beasts" under the name Slow Moving Millie for a Virgin Media television commercial. The track was then released on 17 August 2009. Her second single, "Rewind City" was also used for another advertisement, for Orange UK, and was directed by Ringan Ledwidge. In October 2011, Warner signed a record deal with Island Records. Her cover version of The Smiths' 1984 B-Side "Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want" was released on 11 November 2011 was selected as the soundtrack to the John Lewis 2011 Christmas advertisement. Since releasing her album, 'Renditions', she also composed music for adverts and short films. In 2015, she self-released a classical instrumental EP titled, Arms.
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions||Album|
|2011||"Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want"||31|
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- EMAP's Shots
- Renditions: Slow Moving Millie: Amazon.co.uk: Music