Balinska in 2017
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Ella Balinska (born 4 October 1996) is an English actress and athlete. She is known for starring in the 2019 action comedy film Charlie's Angels, the third film installment within the franchise of the same name.
Balinska was born on 4 October 1996 in London, England, to entrepreneur Count Kaz Balinski-Jundzill and chef Lorraine Pascale. She has described her background as being a mix of "British, Polish and Caribbean". Her parents divorced in 2000. She played county level netball and competed in track and field at a national level, having been the javelin thrower for Team London. She went to James Allen's Girls' School in Dulwich, London, and left in 2015. She then went to Guildford School of Acting and graduated July 2018.
In 2017, Balinska landed the lead role in The Athena (2019) as Nyela Malik.
In July 2018, Sony Pictures Entertainment announced Balinska as one of the leads, along with Kristen Stewart and Naomi Scott, in the third Charlie's Angels film. Released on 15 November 2019, the action comedy was a continuation of the 1976 television series of the same name and the two previous theatrical films.
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|2016||Hunted||Agent A. Fox|
|2017||Tiers of the Tropics||Orla|
|2017||10 Men & Gwen||Cristina|
|2017||A Modern Tale||Esme|
|2019||Charlie's Angels||Jane Kano|
|2019||Ru's Angels||Jane Kano||Short film; cameo|
|2020||Run Sweetheart Run||Cherie|
|2018||Casualty||Susie Barbour||Season 32, episode 33|
|2018||Midsomer Murders||Grace Briggs||Episode: "Till Death Do Us Part"|
|2019||The Athena||Nyela Malik|
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She'll be joined by English actresses Naomi Scott (known for appearing in 2017's Power Rangers and playing Jasmine in the forthcoming Aladdin live action film) and Ella Balinska, who is the daughter of Lorraine Pascale and is best known for playing Grace Briggs in Midsomer Murders and the titular role in Sky series Nyela's Dream.
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