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Anya Taylor-Joy

Anya Josephine Marie Taylor-Joy (born 16 April 1996) is an American-born Argentine-British actress. She first became known for making appearances on the fantasy series Atlantis (2015), and had her breakthrough with the period horror film The Witch (2015), for which she earned several accolades. She gained further recognition and praise for her role as Casey Cooke in the psychological horror films Split (2016) and Glass (2019), Lily Reynolds in the black comedy Thoroughbreds (2017) and Emma Woodhouse in the comedy-drama Emma (2020). She won an Golden Globe award for best actress in a limited series for her performance as Beth Harmon in the Netflix miniseries The Queen's Gambit (2020).


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Born:
Apr 16, 1996 In Miami, Florida, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
24
First Appeared:
In the movie Weetzie Bat
Latest Project:
Movie Canterbury Glass 2022-11-04
Known For
Filmography
Movie Canterbury Glass 2022-11-04
Movie Weetzie Bat Weetzie Bat 2022
Movie Here Are the Young Men Jen 2021-05-27
Movie Last Night in Soho Sandie 2021-10-21
Movie Emma. Emma Woodhouse 2020-02-13
Movie Radioactive Irene 2020-03-11
Series The Queen's Gambit Elizabeth 'Beth' Harmon 2020-10-23
Movie The New Mutants Illyana Rasputin / Magik 2020-08-26
Movie Cinderella: A Comic Relief Pantomime for Christmas Cinderella 2020-12-24
Movie Glass Casey Cooke 2019-01-16
Movie Playmobil: The Movie Marla (voice) 2019-06-10
Movie Love, Antosha Self 2019-08-02
Series The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Brea (voice) 2019-08-30
Movie The Crystal Calls - Making The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance 2019-08-30
Movie Crossmaglen Ana 2018-07-13
Movie The Miniaturist Petronella 'Nella' Oortman 2017-12-26
Movie Marrowbone Allie 2017-10-27
Movie Morgan Morgan 2016-09-01
Movie Barry Charlotte Baughman 2016-09-10
Movie Split Casey Cooke 2016-11-15
Movie The Witch Thomasin 2015-01-27
Movie Vampire Academy Feeder Girl (uncredited) 2014-02-07
Movie Viking Quest Mani 2014-10-07
Series Peaky Blinders Gina Gray 2013-09-12