THE INVISIBLE WOMAN
FELICITY JONES (Nelly Ternan) will next star in Breathe In, opposite Guy Pearce and Amy Ryan, which reteamed
her with director Drake Doremus and premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, as well as
in THE INVISIBLE WOMAN, the story of Charles Dickens's secret mistress, in which she stars
with Ralph Fiennes, who also directed. Jones is set to join Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield in
The Amazing Spider-Man 2, as well as star opposite Jonah Hill and James Franco in the drama
US audiences took notice of Jones as the star of Like Crazy, in which she appeared opposite
Anton Yelchin. The film debuted at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival to universal critical
acclaim, earning the grand jury prize for US dramatic film and Jones a special jury award for
acting. She also was named Breakthrough Actor at the Gotham Awards and Breakthrough
Performance by the National Board of Review.
Previous film credits include the following: Hysteria with Maggie Gyllenhaal and Hugh Dancy;
Cheerful Weather for the Wedding, directed by Donald Rice based on Julia Strachey's 1932
novella, with Mackenzie Crook, Elizabeth McGovern and Luke Treadaway; Page 8, a thriller by
award-winning director David Hare; The Chalet Girl, a romantic comedy with Ed Westwick,
Bill Nighy and Brooke Shields; Julie Taymor's film adaptation of William Shakespeare's The
Tempest, also starring Dame Helen Mirren, Ben Whishaw and Alfred Molina; Albatross,
directed by Niall MacCormick and co-starring Julia Ormond; Cemetery Junction, a comedy
written and directed by the award-winning partnership of Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant,
alongside a stellar cast including Ralph Fiennes, Emily Watson and Matthew Goode; Soulboy, a
coming-of-age drama directed by Shimmy Marcus; Cheri, directed by Stephen Frears, co-starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Kathy Bates and Rupert Friend; Brideshead Revisited, directed by
Julian Jarrold, opposite Matthew Goode, Ben Whishaw and Hayley Atwell; and Flashbacks Of
A Fool, with Daniel Craig, Harry Eden, rapper Eve, Keeley Hawes and Olivia Williams.
Jones's television credits are also extensive. She played the sister of Anne Frank, Margot, in the
critically acclaimed BBC adaptation of The Diary of Anne Frank. Her other television credits
include Channel Four's Cape Wrath opposite David Morrisey, Lucy Cohu and Harry
Treadaway; Jane Austen's Northhanger Abbey, directed by Jon Jones playing the character of
'Catherine Morland;' BBC's hit BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who alongside David Tennant;
Servants, directed by Tim Whitby and Hettie Macdonald; Weirdsister College, directed by Alex
Kirby and Stefan Pleszczynski; and the children's drama The Worst Witch.
A veteran of the stage, Jones also has an extensive background in theatre. She recently
completed a run in Michael Grandage's production of Luise Miller, a role for which she earned
rave reviews. Her additional theater credits include the role of 'Mia' in That Face at the Royal
Court, directed by Jeremy Herrin; and the role of 'Laurel' in Enid Bagnold's The Chalk Garden
starring opposite Margaret Tyzack and Penelope Wilton, her performance which earned her
outstanding reviews and a nomination at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards for The Milton
Shulman for Outstanding Newcomer.
Jones has also made her mark in radio by narrating the voice of 'Emma Grundy' in the popular
BBC Radio 4 programme, 'The Archers'. Her other radio credits include Watership Down and
Mansfield Park which were all for BBC Radio 4.
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