Described by Bernardo Bertolucci as "so beautiful it's indecent," EVA
Marchant) is one of the most intriguing actresses today. Born in Paris, she made
debut in Bertolucci's critically acclaimed "The Dreamers," where she played the
role of Isabelle. The film, set against the backdrop of the '68 Paris student
starred Michael Pitt and Louis Garrel.
Green is currently filming BBC miniseries "The Luminaries" as Lydia Wells.
Eve Hewson, the series is an adaptation of the Man Booker Prize-winning novel of
same name and is an epic story of love, murder and revenge set in the midst of
Zealand's 1860s gold rush. Green recently finished filming Alice Winocour's "Proxima"
alongside Matt Dillon. The drama follows an astronaut preparing for a one-year
aboard the International Space Station.
Green was last seen in "Based on a True Story." Also starring Emmanuelle
Vincent Perez, the film tells the story of a writer who gets involved with an
admirer. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Green was also seen as
in "Euphoria," starring alongside Alicia Vikander, Charles Dance and Charlotte
Rampling. The story concerns two sisters in conflict traveling through Europe
mystery destination. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film
Green was seen in Tim Burton's "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children"
Peregrine, alongside Samuel L. Jackson and Asa Butterfield. The film follows
17-yearold Jacob's journey as he discovers that the former occupants of Miss
School for Peculiar Children were far more than peculiar; they possessed
powers and may still be alive. The film was released in 2016 in both the U.K.
Green was seen in season three of Showtime's adult drama series "Penny
created by John Logan and based on the original penny dreadful books of the 19th
century. Green reprised the lead role of Vanessa Ives alongside Timothy Dalton
In 2014, Green played Eve Connor alongside Shailene Woodley in Gregg Araki's
Bird in a Blizzard." The film premiered at the prestigious Sundance Film
aired in the U.S. in September 2014. The story followed a young woman's life
into chaos when her mother disappears. Green was also seen in western drama "The
Salvation" alongside Mads Mikkelsen and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and "300: Rise of
Empire," the prequel to the Warner Bros. epic "300." She was also seen starring
"Sin City" prequel "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" as femme fatale Ava Lord,
some of Sin City's deadliest residents played by Josh Brolin, Mickey Rourke and
In 2012, Green starred in Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows" opposite Johnny Depp,
Pfeiffer and Helena Bonham Carter. She starred opposite Ewan McGregor in 2011's
"Perfect Sense," which was well received at the Sundance Film Festival the same
Green also played lead character Miss G in Jordan Scott's "Cracks" with Imogen
and Juno Temple. Green was featured with Matt Smith and Lesley Manville in
and starred in Gerald McMorrow's "Franklyn" with Sam Riley and Ryan Phillippe.
portrayed Vesper Lynd in the 2006 James Bond feature "Casino Royale." Directed
Martin Campbell, the film is based on Ian Fleming's first novel about Agent 007
introduced Daniel Craig in the lead role.
In 2005, Green made her Hollywood debut as the female lead in Ridley Scott's
"Kingdom of Heaven" opposite Orlando Bloom and Liam Neeson. This was followed up
with a performance in Chris Weitz's "The Golden Compass." Green played the queen
the witches alongside Nicole Kidman, Daniel Craig and Dakota Blue Richards.
other earlier film credits include Jean-Paul Salome's French-language film "Arsene
Green's most prominent television credit is "Camelot," an epic television
the classic Arthurian legend. The 10-part series aired in the U.K. on Channel 4
a big hit for Starz in the U.S.
Green began her career on stage in 2001. She starred in "Turcaret" directed
Deshartes, and "Jalousie en trois fax" directed by Didier Long, for which she
nominated for a Moliere Award (2002) in the category of best female newcomer.
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