ELEANOR TOMLINSON (Isabelle) made her professional acting debut at the age of 12, playing Little Daphne in the Yorkshire TV adaptation of "Falling," which starred Michael Kitchen and Penelope Wilton. On her 13th birthday she was in Prague filming the role of Young Sophie Von Teschen in "The Illusionist," with Aaron Johnson, Edward Norton and Paul Giamatti. She then went on to play Agnes Muller alongside David Tennant, Andy Serkis and Jim Broadbent in the acclaimed BBC drama "Einstein and Eddington," before landing the role of Jas in the teenage coming-of-age movie "Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging," directed by Gurinder Chadha.
Tomlinson subsequently appeared as Fiona Chattaway in Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland," starring an ensemble cast, and as Eve in the "Dr. Who" spin-off, "The Sarah Jane Adventures." Leading roles in two thriller/horror movies followed, TV's "The Village" and the feature "Styria." She also appeared in the television movie "The Lost Future," alongside Sean Bean and Sam Claflin.
She will soon be seen in the feature drama "Siberian Education," alongside John Malkovich and Peter Stormare, set for a February 2013 release, and recently wrapped the BBC drama "The White Queen," to air in the U.S. on Starz.
In 2009, Tomlinson had the great honor of becoming teenage ambassador for World Vision and made a life-changing trip to Jaipur, India, to help highlight the problems experienced by teenage girls being forced into the sex trade. She is also patron of the local charity Wheelchairs for Kids in her home town of East Yorkshire, England.