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Wallis in May 2017
Annabelle Frances Wallis
5 September 1984
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Relatives||Richard Harris (maternal uncle)|
Damian Harris (maternal cousin)
Jared Harris (maternal cousin)
Jamie Harris (maternal cousin)
Annabelle Frances Wallis (born 5 September 1984) is an English actress who has played Jane Seymour in Showtime's period drama The Tudors (2009–2010), Grace Burgess in the BBC drama Peaky Blinders (2013–2016), Mia in the supernatural horror film Annabelle (2014) and Jenny Halsey in the supernatural adventure film The Mummy (2017).
In Portugal, she did several short films before she moved to London to pursue a career in film. In London, she did some advertisements and looked into drama schools before ultimately deciding to find an agent.
In 2005 she landed a lead role in a Bollywood film "Dil Jo bhi Kahey", though the film did not fare well at box office. In 2009, Wallis starred as Jane Seymour in season three of the Showtime drama series The Tudors. She took over from Anita Briem, who quit the role at the end of the second season. She returned as Jane Seymour in a dream sequence to The Tudors for the fourth (and final) season in mid-2010.
In 2010, Wallis cast in the film W.E., and in 2011 had a minor role in the film, X-Men: First Class. She starred as Grace Burgess in the BBC drama Peaky Blinders, from 2013 to 2016. In 2014, she starred in the horror film Annabelle, a spin-off of 2013's The Conjuring.
She also starred in The Mummy (2017) as Jenny Halsey, an archaeologist.
As of April 2018, she was announced to be Cartier's ambassador for jewellery and the new face of the Panthere de Cartier watch.
She speaks fluent English and Portuguese. Wallis also speaks some French and Spanish.
|2005||Dil Jo Bhi Kahey...||Sophie Besson / Savirti Pradhan||Bollywood film|
|2006||True True Lie||Paige|
|2008||Body of Lies||Hani's Girlfriend in Bar|
|2009||Right Hand Drive||Ruth|
|X-Men: First Class||Amy|
|2012||Snow White and the Huntsman||Sara|
|2015||Sword of Vengeance||Annabelle|
|Come and Find Me||Claire|
|King Arthur: Legend of the Sword||Maid Maggie|
|The Mummy||Jenny Halsey|
|Annabelle: Creation||Mia Form|
|2005||Jericho||Lizzie Way||Episode: "The Killing of Johnny Swan"|
|2007||Diana: Last Days of a Princess||Kelly Fisher||Television film|
|2009||Ghost Town||Serena||Television film|
|2009–2010||The Tudors||Jane Seymour||Recurring role, 5 episodes|
|2010||The Lost Future||Dorel||Television film|
|2011||Strike Back: Project Dawn||Dana Van Rijn||2 episodes|
|2011||Pan Am||Bridget Pierce||4 episodes|
|2013–2016||Peaky Blinders||Grace Burgess/Shelby||Main role (series 1–3), 14 episodes|
|2014||Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond||Muriel Wright||2 episodes|
|2014||The Musketeers||Ninon de Larroque||Episode: "A Rebellious Woman"|
|2018||Star Trek: Short Treks||Zora||Voice; Episode: "Calypso"|
|TBA||The Loudest Voice||Laurie Luhn||Miniseries|
|2014||Divine Love||Victoria+Jean||Direction: Anita Fontaine|
Awards and nominations
|2015||MTV Movie & TV Awards||Best Scared-As-S**t Performance||Annabelle||Nominated|
|2017||Alliance of Women Film Journalists||Most Egregious Age Difference between the Lead and the Love Interest Award||The Mummy||Nominated [1a]|
- 1. 1a — with Tom Cruise and Sarah Wright
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Annabelle Wallis.|
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- Annabelle Wallis on IMDb
- Interview with Annabelle Wallis – leading lady of Dil Jo Bhi Kahey on 21 September 2005
- A Sit-Down with Annabelle Wallis: Annabelle Wallis discusses Jane Seymour's relationship with Henry VIII. Showtime