Georgina Sherrington

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Georgina Sherrington
Born (1985-07-26) 26 July 1985 (age 31)
Residence London, England
Nationality English
Education Wimbledon High School
Princeton University
Occupation Actress
Years active 1998 - present
Known for The Worst Witch
Weirdsister College
Website http://www.georginasherrington.com/[dead link]

Georgina Sherrington (born 26 July 1985) is an English actress best known for her portrayal of the character of Mildred Hubble in the children's series The Worst Witch (1998–2001), as well as the spin-off series Weirdsister College - The further Adventures of The Worst Witch (2001), a British/Canadian co-production between ITV and TV Ontario, screened on HBO in North America, ABC in Australia, and on various other networks worldwide. In 2000 she won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series - Leading Young Actress for her work in The Worst Witch.

Georgina relocated back to London in 2010 after spending some time in the LA area. She currently works at the BBC in the Drama Commissioning team.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998–2001 The Worst Witch Mildred Hubble Almost all Episodes except in S2E9 "Genius of the Lamp" and S3E11 "The Lost Chord"
2001 Weirdsister College Mildred Hubble Series 1 (13 episodes)
2005 The New Worst Witch Mildred Hubble Series 1 Episode 1 (Guest Star)
2010 Talk (Short) Girl
2011 The White Box (Short) The Advisor
2011 Steamboat (Short) Juliana Writer, Editor and Producer
2012 All in the Method (TV Series) Georgina The Acting Guru
2013 Stop/Eject (Short) Kate
2014 Tag Miss Locklee
2015 Welcome to Purgatory Skinny Shaitan Pre-production
2016 Welcome to Purgatory II: The Journey to Hell Skinny Shaitan

Personal life[edit]

She was a student at Wimbledon High School, London, and graduated from Princeton University in 2008, where she was a member of Princeton Tower Club. At Princeton, she directed Love's Labours Lost in April 2006 and a Shakespeare Festival in 2007,[1] and served as director, assistant director, and actress in various productions in 2007, including The Winter's Tale.[2][3]

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