Riley on the set of St. Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold in 2009.
|Born||Talulah Jane Riley-Milburn
26 September 1985
Hertfordshire, England, UK
|Spouse(s)||Elon Musk (2010-present); 5 stepchildren|
Talulah Jane Riley-Milburn (born 26 September 1985), known professionally as Talulah Riley, is an English actress. She has appeared in films such as Pride and Prejudice, St Trinian's, The Boat That Rocked, St. Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold, and Inception.
Riley was born in Hertfordshire, the only child of Una Riley, founder of a security systems company and a PR company, and Doug Milburn, formerly head of the National Crime Squad. Her father now works as a screenwriter and has written episodes of Silent Witness, Prime Suspect, and The Bill. Riley attended Cheltenham Ladies College, Berkhamsted Collegiate School, and Haberdashers' Aske's School for Girls. While acting in London, she studied for a degree in Natural Sciences at the Open University.
Riley's television credits include episodes of Poirot (2003), Marple (2006), and Doctor Who (2008's "Silence in the Library" and "Forest of the Dead"). She also played Lila, a lovestruck writer, in the short-lived E4 series Nearly Famous (2007).
Riley appeared as a disguise used by Tom Hardy's character in Inception (2010). Also in 2010, The Summer House was released, which starred Riley in the lead role. By the end of the first day of release, it was the number one film on iTunes worldwide and dominated that position for several days. She was also cast in the film White Frog.
In a 60 Minutes interview in 2014, the couple stated that they had reconciled and were living together again, along with Musk's five children from his first marriage to writer Justine Musk. On December 31, 2014, the Associated Press reported that Musk had filed for divorce again. In the December 31, 2014 split and pending divorce Musk agreed to give her $16 million in cash and assets. As of August 2015, however, the couple remain married.
|2005||Pride & Prejudice||Mary Bennet|
|2007||St Trinian's||Annabelle Fritton|
|2007||Friends Forever||Grace||Short film|
|2009||The Boat That Rocked||Marianne|
|2009||The Summer House||Jane||Short film|
|2009||St. Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold||Annabelle Fritton|
|2010||Love & Distrust||Jane||Archive footage of The Summer House|
|2011||The Dilemma||Concept Car Spokesmodel|
|2011||Revenge of the Electric Car||Herself||Documentary|
|2012||White Frog||Ms. Lee|
|2013||The Liability||The Girl|
|2013||In a World...||Pippa|
|2015||The Bad Education Movie||Phoebe|
|2003||Poirot||Young Angela Warren||Episode: "Five Little Pigs"|
|2006||Marple||Megan Hunter||Episode: "The Moving Finger"|
|2007||Nearly Famous||Lila Reed||6 episodes|
|2008||Phoo Action||Lady Elenor Rigsby||Cancelled before broadcast|
|2008||Doctor Who||Miss Evangelista||Episodes: "Silence in the Library"/"Forest of the Dead"|
|2008||The Gemma Factor||Nell||Scenes not broadcast|
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