Hayley Atwell

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Hayley Atwell
Atwell in 2022
Hayley Elizabeth Atwell

(1982-04-05) 5 April 1982 (age 41)
London, England
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
Alma materGuildhall School of Music and Drama (BA)
Years active2005–present

Hayley Elizabeth Atwell (born 5 April 1982) is a British and American actress. After appearing on various West End productions, Atwell gained popularity for her roles in period-drama films, appearing in the films Brideshead Revisited (2008), The Duchess (2008) and the miniseries The Pillars of the Earth (2010); for the latter two, she was nominated for a British Independent Film Award and a Golden Globe Award respectively.

She rose to worldwide prominence with her portrayal of Agent Peggy Carter in several films, a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) starting with Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) which inspired the creation of a self-titled ABC television series, Agent Carter (2015–2016). Her role earned her a Saturn Award nomination for Best Actress on Television. She also voiced an alternate version of the character called Captain Carter in the animated series What If...? (2021–present), going on to portray the character live in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022).

Atwell also starred in the fantasy films Cinderella (2015), Christopher Robin (2018) and Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway (2021), and had a leading role as Grace in the action films Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning (2023) and its sequel (2025). She has also appeared on various television shows including Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Black Mirror. For her work on stage, Atwell has received Laurence Olivier Award nominations for her leading performances in The Pride (2013) and Rosmersholm (2020).

Early life[edit]

Hayley Elizabeth Atwell was born on 5 April 1982[1][2] in London as the only child[3] of her parents; her mother, Allison Cain, is English and her father, Grant Atwell, is an American photographer from Kansas City, Missouri, of Irish and partial Native American descent.[3][4][5] Atwell has dual citizenship of the United Kingdom and the United States.[6]

After attending Sion-Manning Roman Catholic Girls' School in London, she took her A-Levels at the London Oratory School.[7]

Atwell took two years off to travel with her father and work for a casting director.[1] She then enrolled at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama,[8][9] where she trained for three years, graduating in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in acting.[1]


2005–2009: Early roles and breakthrough[edit]

Atwell made her professional stage debut in Prometheus Bound (2005) at the Sound Theatre in London, portraying Io, a maiden exiled by Zeus.[10] Her role received positive reviews with the British Theatre Guide praising her performance, writing that that she "makes us respond to the anguish without for a moment inviting a chuckle at her bandaged hands".[11] In 2006, she starred as the protagonist's wife, Bianca, in Women Beware Women at the Royal Shakespeare Company.[12] The Guardian praised Atwell for projecting "the right seductive beauty".[13]

Atwell appeared in two productions from 2007 to 2008 at the Royal National Theatre, both directed by Nicholas Hytner: Man of Mode and Major Barbara.[14] In the former, she portrayed Belinda, a SoHo PR worker and for the latter, she received an Ian Charleson Commendation.[15]

Atwell made the transition to film roles with her first major role coming in Woody Allen's 2007 film Cassandra's Dream, playing stage actress Angela Stark.[16] In 2008, she also appeared in The Duchess, which earned her a Best Supporting Actress nomination at the British Independent Film Awards.[17] Later that year, Atwell appeared in the Miramax film Brideshead Revisited.[18]

In 2009, Atwell made her West End debut as Catherine, the adopted niece in a troubled household, in Lindsay Posner's A View From the Bridge.[19] Variety praised her for having an "ideal freshness" and girlishness while still able to shift into uncontrolled rage; her performance was later nominated for an Olivier Award.[20][19] Later in the year, Atwell appeared as '415' in AMC Television's November 2009 miniseries The Prisoner, a remake of the 1967–68 series by the same name.[21][22]

2010–2016: Established actress and the Marvel Cinematic Universe[edit]

Atwell at the 66th British Academy Film Awards in 2013

In 2010 Atwell appeared in Channel 4's adaptation of William Boyd's Any Human Heart, and later that year, Ken Follett's miniseries Pillars of the Earth for which she received a Golden Globe Award nomination.[23][24]

In April 2010, Atwell was cast as the love interest in a then-forthcoming film about Captain America as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.[25] She first starred as Peggy Carter in the 2011 American superhero film Captain America: The First Avenger.[26] MTV Networks' NextMovie.com named her one of the "Breakout Stars to Watch for in 2011".[27] She also voiced Carter in the 2011 video game Captain America: Super Soldier.[28] Following a short break from the theatre, Atwell later starred in Alexi Kaye Campbell's 2011 production of The Faith Machine, directed by Jamie Lloyd at the Royal Court Theatre.[29][30]

In 2013, Atwell starred in BBC Two's adaptation of William Boyd's espionage novel, Restless.[31][32] In February of that year, she also starred in "Be Right Back", an episode in Charlie Brooker's critically acclaimed science fiction television series Black Mirror.[33] He role received critical praise being called one of the best performances of the series.[34][35] That same year, Atwell also worked with Alexi Kaye Campbell and Jamie Lloyd again in a revival of The Pride at Trafalgar Studios.[36] Her performance gained her a second Olivier Award nomination for Best Actress.[36] That year, she also appeared in the Marvel One-Shot short film Agent Carter.[37]

Atwell at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con

Atwell returned to Marvel for the 2014 film Captain America: The Winter Soldier,[38][39] and in the 2015 films Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man. As Carter, she appeared in two episodes of the ABC television show Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and as the lead role in Agent Carter, which aired from 2015 to 2016.[40] Agent Carter was cancelled by ABC on 12 May 2016.[41] She also provided Carter's voice in Lego Marvel's Avengers[42] and Avengers: Secret Wars.[43] In 2015, Atwell played Cinderella's mother in Disney's live action adaptation of Cinderella directed by Kenneth Branagh.[44]

In February 2016, Atwell was cast in the ABC series Conviction.[45] The series aired 13 episodes between October 2016 and January 2017; in May 2017, ABC announced it had been cancelled.[46][47]

2017–present: Return to theatre and Mission Impossible[edit]

Atwell starred as Margaret Schlegel in BBC One's 2017–2018 miniseries, Howards End, based on the classic E.M. Forster novel and adapted by playwright Kenneth Lonergan.[48] In 2018, she played Evelyn Robin, the wife of the titular character in Disney's live action Winnie-the-Pooh film Christopher Robin directed by Marc Forster and co-starring with Ewan McGregor.[49]

Atwell returned to the stage in 2018 in Dry Powder at the Hampstead Theatre and later appeared in Josie Rourke's Measure for Measure at the Donmar Warehouse, opposite Jack Lowden.[50][51] The production gained critical acclaim, with The Daily Telegraph adding that it was "beautifully staged and expertly performed".[52] As a result of positive reception, the play's run was extended.

In 2019, Atwell starred opposite Tamara Lawrance in a three-part BBC adaptation of Andrea Levy's novel The Long Song, about a slave on a sugar plantation in 19th-century Jamaica.[53][54][55] She also reprised the role of Peggy Carter in Avengers: Endgame. In September 2019, it was announced that Atwell will star in Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One and the eighth Mission: Impossible film, both directed by Christopher McQuarrie and scheduled to be theatrically released in the United States in 2023 and 2025, respectively.[56] In 2020, Atwell began hosting the podcast series True Spies.[57] In 2021, early reviews for Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway revealed Atwell as part of the film's voice cast as Mittens the cat.[58] In 2022, Atwell partnered with The Picturehouse as part of the Picturehouse Ambassador Program as part of her own program Hayley Selects.[59]

Public image[edit]

Described as the "queen of period-drama" by The Guardian, Atwell has been praised by directors for "the professional example she sets" and her work in period-drama films and television shows.[60] Atwell received an Ian Charleson Commendation for her work in Major Barbara (2009), and has received three Laurence Olivier Award nominations, first for her work in A View from the Bridge (2009),[61] then in 2011 for her work in the revival of The Pride, and again in 2020 for her performance as Rebecca West in Rosmersholm.[62] Atwell was also nominated for a WhatsOnStage Award for her role in The Pride.[63]

Personal life[edit]

In 2010, Atwell lived in a flat in London.[1] In 2015, she moved to Los Angeles to be close to the production of Agent Carter,[64] although she still retained her personal home in London. During the filming of Captain America: The First Avenger in 2010, Atwell took a three-month course in art history and haiku at the Open University.[64]

In October 2017, at the time of the accusations against Harvey Weinstein, a story emerged that, during filming of Brideshead Revisited in 2007, Weinstein had told Atwell she looked like a "fat pig" on screen and should eat less.[65] Atwell later gave her own memory of events, saying that someone unconnected to Weinstein had suggested she lose weight to look more like a flapper. She also said that she did not believe that Weinstein was a sex addict, but a predator who should be punished for harassing women.[66]

In a 2015 interview, Atwell discussed how her role as Peggy Carter influenced a then-recent tweet she made to her Twitter followers about having her image digitally altered on the cover of a German magazine. When one visitor to her page asked her, "Why are you so beautiful?", she retorted, "Why am I so photoshopped?" In the interview, Atwell stated, "It's important that young girls understand what photoshop is. I do feel a certain amount of responsibility now that I'm playing Peggy."[67]

Atwell began a relationship with music producer Ned Wolfgang Kelly in 2022.[68] In April 2023, they announced their engagement.[69]

Atwell is a video game enthusiast.[70]


Denotes projects that have not yet been released


Year Title Role Notes
2007 Cassandra's Dream Angela Stark
How About You Ellie Harris
2008 Brideshead Revisited Julia Flyte
The Duchess Elizabeth "Bess" Foster
2009 Love Hate Hate Short film
2010 Tomato Soup Movie Star Short film
2011 Captain America: The First Avenger Peggy Carter / Agent Carter
2012 I, Anna Emmy
The Sweeney DC Nancy Lewis
2013 Jimi: All Is by My Side Kathy Etchingham
Agent Carter Peggy Carter Short film
2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Testament of Youth Hope Milroy
2015 Cinderella Cinderella's Mother
Avengers: Age of Ultron Peggy Carter
Ant-Man Cameo
2016 The Complete Walk: Cymbeline Imogen Short film
2018 Christopher Robin Evelyn Robin
2019 Blinded by the Light Ms. Clay
Avengers: Endgame Peggy Carter
2021 Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway Mittens Voice
2022 Independent Miss Craigie Narrator Documentary
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Peggy Carter / Captain Carter
2023 Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Grace
2025 Untitled eighth Mission: Impossible film Filming
Rogue Trooper Post-production


Year Title Role Notes
2005 Whatever Love Means Sabrina Guinness Television film
2006 Fear of Fanny Jane Television film
The Ruby in the Smoke Rosa Garland Television film
The Line of Beauty Catherine "Cat" Fedden 3 episodes
2007 Mansfield Park Mary Crawford Television film
The Shadow in the North Rosa Garland Television film
2009 The Prisoner Lucy / 4-15 5 episodes
2010 The Pillars of the Earth Aliena 8 episodes
Any Human Heart Freya Deverell 4 episodes
2012 Falcón Consuelo Jiménez 4 episodes
Playhouse Presents The Banker Episode: "The Man"
Restless Eva Delectorskaya 2 episodes
2013 Black Mirror Martha Episode: "Be Right Back"
Life of Crime Denise Woods 3 episodes
2014 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Peggy Carter / Agent Carter 2 episodes
2015–2016 Agent Carter Lead role; 18 episodes
2016 Lip Sync Battle Herself Episode: "Clark Gregg vs. Hayley Atwell"
Return of the Spider Monkeys Narrator Documentary television film
2016–2017 Conviction Hayes Morrison 13 episodes
2017–2019 Avengers Assemble Peggy Carter Voice; 2 episodes
2017 Howards End Margaret Schlegel Miniseries
2018 The Long Song Caroline Mortimer Miniseries
2018–2019 3Below: Tales of Arcadia Zadra Voice; Main role; 17 episodes
2019 Criminal: UK Stacey Doyle Episode: "Stacey"
2021–present What If...? Peggy Carter / Captain Carter Voice; 6 episodes
2024 Tomb Raider: The Legend of Lara Croft Lara Croft Voice; Main role; in development[71]

|- | 2024 | Heartstopper | Diane | Season three

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Captain America: Super Soldier Peggy Carter Voice role
2016 Lego Marvel's Avengers


Year Title Role Venue
2005 Prometheus Bound Io / Force Sound Theatre
2006 Women Beware Women Bianca Royal Shakespeare Company
2007 The Man of Mode Belinda Royal National Theatre
2008 Major Barbara Barbara Undershaft Royal National Theatre
2009 A View from the Bridge Catherine Duke of York's Theatre
2011 The Faith Machine Sophie Royal Court Theatre
2013 The Pride Sylvia Trafalgar Studios
2018 Dry Powder Jenny Hampstead Theatre
Measure for Measure Angelo / Isabella Donmar Warehouse
2019 Rosmersholm Rebecca West Duke of York's Theatre


Year Title Role Notes
2006 Doctor Who: Blood of the Daleks Asha Gryvern BBC Radio 7
2007 Felix Holt, the Radical Esther Lyon BBC Radio 4
2008 The Leopard Angelica BBC Radio 3
Doctor Who: The Doomwood Curse Eleanor BBC Radio 7
2010 Doctor Who: The Whispering Forest Seksa
2013 Doctor Who: The Sands of Life President Moorkurk
2014 The Martian Chronicles Spender BBC Radio 4
2016 The Magus Lily
2017 Ecco[72] Jo Miles
Cassandra at the Wedding[73] Cassandra Edwards
Ode to Saint Cecilia St. Cecilia Augustine Institute Radio Theater
2018 The Merchant of Venice Portia BBC Radio 3

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2007 Golden Nymph Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Film Fear of Fanny Nominated
2008 British Independent Film Awards Best Supporting Actress The Duchess Nominated
2009 Empire Awards Best Newcomer Nominated
London Critics Circle Film Awards British Supporting Actress of the Year The Duchess Nominated
Ian Charleson Awards Ian Charleson Commendation Major Barbara Won
2010 Laurence Olivier Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role A View from the Bridge Nominated [64]
2011 Scream Awards Breakthrough Performance – Female Captain America: The
First Avenger
Best Science Fiction Actress Nominated
Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film The Pillars of the Earth Nominated
Gemini Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a
Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
Online Film & Television Association Awards Best Actress in a Motion Picture or Miniseries Nominated
2013 TV Choice Awards Best Actress Life of Crime Nominated
2014 Laurence Olivier Awards Best Actress The Pride Nominated
WhatsOnStage Awards Best Actress in a Play Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Actress on Television Agent Carter Nominated
2015 IGN Summer Movie Awards Best TV Hero Nominated
2018 Broadcasting Press Guild Awards Best Actress Howards End Nominated
International Online Cinema Awards Best Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie Nominated
Golden Nymph Awards Outstanding Actress in a Long Fiction Program Nominated
2019 Evening Standard Theatre Awards Best Actress Rosmersholm Nominated [74][75]
Women's Image Network Awards Actress MFT Movie / Mini-Series Howards End Nominated
2020 Laurence Olivier Awards Best Actress Rosmersholm Nominated [76]


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