|Born||Georgia Isobel Groome
11 February 1992
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, UK
Early life and education
Groome was born in Nottingham, the daughter of Paul Groome, a publican and chef who died in 2009, and Fiona (Tulloch), a drama and vocal coach. She has an older sister, Alex, who owns Hannahalexandra dance school, a younger half sister, Eden and also a younger step-sister, Annie. Groome, at the age of nine, and instead of Alex who had another commitment at the time, auditioned for a role in the touring stage version of the musical Annie Get Your Gun and got the part. She trained at her mother's drama school, Nottingham Television Workshop and Derby Youth Theatre and attended Trent College.
After her acting debut in the TV film, A Fish Out of Water in 2001, Groome appeared in an episode of the short-lived TV series, Dangerville, playing an orphan.
When Groome was just 14 years old, she landed her first feature film role in the well-received British independent film London to Brighton in 2006, playing a 12-year-old runaway. That year she was also one of the eight young adventurers on Serious Amazon for CBBC. In 2007 Groome had a role in Elaine Wickham's short, My Mother.
In 2008, Groome had a minor role in comedy, horror The Cottage. Her breakthrough role was as 14-year-old, boyfriend-searching Georgia Nicolson alongside Aaron Johnson in the 2008 film Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging, for which she won the award for Best Child Actor at the Buster International Children's Film Festival. She also had a minor role in horror film The Disappeared.
In 2009, she made her stage debut in Tusk Tusk, a new play by Polly Stenham at the Royal Court Theatre in London. The same year, she appeared in the short Leaving Eva and an episode of The Bill. In 2010, Groome appeared in an episode of British television detective drama Lewis, as well as the short Silent Things.
In 2011, Groome starred in two shorts, The True Meaning of Love and Six Degrees. She also appeared in Susan Jacobson's The Holding and had a lead role in The Great Ghost Rescue, a film adaptation of Eva Ibbotson's book of the same name.
Groome resides in London.
|2006||London to Brighton||Joanne||Film debut|
|2008||The Cottage||Farmer's Daughter 1|
|2008||Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging||Georgia Nicolson||Main Role|
|2009||The Disappeared||Sophie Pryor|
|2011||The True Meaning of Love||Alice|
|2011||Six Degrees||Young Girl||Short|
|2011||The Great Ghost Rescue||Winifred|
|2012||Papadopoulos & Sons||Katie Papadopoulos||Feature Film|
|2016||Life In Orbit||Laura||Short|
|2001||A Fish Out of Water||Jenny||TV film|
|2003||Dangerville||Orphan Episode 1||Episode "Robots"|
|2009||The Bill||Paige Farrelly||Episode "Powerless"|
|2010||Lewis||Briony Grahame||Episode "The Dead of Winter"|
|2013 - 2015||Up the Women||Emily|
|2010||Maidens' Trip||Nanette||BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play, broadcast 8 October 2010|
|2012||The Warrah||Amy||BBC Radio 4 From Fact to Fiction, broadcast 18 February 2012|
|2013||The Cazalets||Clary||BBC Radio 4 15 Minute Drama, broadcast 1–11 January 2013|
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- Julius, Marshall; Rose, Tiffany (25 July 2008). "Meet Midget Jones! Boy-mad and accident prone, Georgia's being hailed by Hollywood as the next Keira Knightley". Daily Mail (London). Retrieved 3 December 2011.
- "It's a year of ghosts, exams and erupting volcanoes for Georgia". thisisderbyshire.co.uk. Retrieved 3 December 2011.
- "From Nottingham to London to Brighton". BBC. Retrieved 3 December 2011.
- BBC New Talent – Serious Amazon, BBC (9 July 2005)
- Georgia Groome, LoveFilm
- "Review: Tusk Tusk", The Jewish Chronicle
- "The True Meaning of Love". dual-reality.co.uk. Retrieved 3 December 2011.
- "The Holding". leftlion.co.uk. Retrieved 3 December 2011.
- "New Pics Of The Great Ghost Rescue". Empire. Retrieved 3 December 2011.