Georgina Campbell is an American TV & Movie actress. She is popular for playing- Ashley in Murdered by My Boyfriend(2014), Amy in Black Mirror(2017), Katie Harford in Broadchurch (2017), Kay in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword(2017), Rochelle in One Night, Amy in Black Mirror, Lucy in Freak.
Georgina Campbell was born on 12th June 1992 in Maidstone, Kent, England. She is of multiracial ancestry. Her father is a Jamaican and mother a British. One of her parents is a police officer and other a teacher.
Georgina Campbell: Facts & Trivia
British Academy Television Award(2015): She has won the Best actress award at the event for her role as Ashley in Murdered by My Boyfriend(2014). She beat Sheridan Smith for the award.
Mixed ancestry: Georgina's mother is a White British & her father is a black Jamaican
She wants to try her hand at acting in the Los Angeles (Hollywood)
She likes pets and has a strange desire to have a pet rat (to which neither her family nor room mates have agreed). Likes Hamsters as well, calls herself "Hamster Enthusiast" and is a proud owner of one named- Nigel.
She wants to be apart of a good horror movie.
She considers her sister her Guru & counsellor [she calls her whenever she is upset about anything].
Her tips for learning the lines- "Just do it over and over and again, I record myself doing that"
Auditioning tips: Relax, I have got so many auditions where I was nervous. Just relax and not worry too much, calm down.
Most challenging character she has played (according to her): Ashely from Murdered by my Boyfriend.
Best advice she has received: "Stop acting"
She likes to act in both comedy and drama and wants to excel it.
She loves watching movies often, she watches movies almost every week.
Acting: Georgia did not have any acting except for school plays, she was approached by a director named Sarah Walker, Georgia agreed to audition and got the role, which eventually landed her in many more roles.
12 Rising stars to keep an eye out for in 2018: Huffington post called her one of the 12 rising stars of 2018
If she had the chance to act in any past movies she wishes she was in Titanic, any Jean-Luc Goddard film would be fine as well.
Crookes magazine cover: She has appeared on the cover page of the magazine in December 2017
She wanted to be an air hostess when she was about 5 years old
Favourite Quote: And now that you don't have to be perfect, you can be good. -John Steinbeck
Her advice to her younger self: Be patient
She is affiliated to AdVoice, a voice over organization based in London
She is a STEM4 Ambassador.
When she was 15 she acted in a MySpace online drama.
She has an adorable Nephew
She has had sleep paralysis when she was a kid.
She wants to learn languages, she attended French language as a kid.
According to her:
Meaning of Life: It's about Living, Living with passion
Difference between Right & Wrong: It is not that simple, there are big rights and wrongs, but there is massive grey area, you have to learn to trust your instincts.
Her happy place?: Being somewhere new.
What is important? to be liked or respected: Respected
Her Greatest Love: Family
Supernatural?: yes it exists
Greatest Fear: Getting stuck in small spaces
Animals or babies?: Animals
One thing to know before death: If Aliens exist
Georgina Campbell: Quotes
A police officer called us and told that a young girl had come to report abuse after watching the show [on her show Murdered by My Boyfriend]
Acting is 100 % too posh
I talk about Olivia Colman a lot in interviews, I'm worried she's going to think I'm a stalker.
You could tell! I mumbled, I was always at the bottom of the polls. I didn't even thank my family! Afterwards, my mum was like 'thanks'.
You want to be good at everything but you’re not necessarily.
Sometimes people feel scared of feminism because they see the bad side of it, movement needs to be more inclusive.
And if you like rap music where they're saying the word 'bitch' then you're not a feminist. That’s silly.
There's lots of strong female leads now. It makes you realise it doesn't matter about gender.
You don’t want to think you have a chance of winning something, and then get your hopes dashed. [About not preparing a victory speech at the event]
I wouldn't do it differently (prepare for a speech) even if I win the next time.
I'm not really into destiny but it's funny that I bumped into a woman who told me about an audition and now I have a BAFTA
[About winning the award] I think it has had two effects, one is definitely confidence and a feeling of acceptance from the industry.
I'm a lot more critical of my work now which is a positive as well as negative.
It is quite fulfilling sometimes to tell a self-contained story in just an hour or so.
So fed up of this "good" feminist "bad" feminist debate
I want to be Issa Rae when I grow
Be a bitch, change the connotations.
Why are men obsessed with women smiling!! My resting face is not a psychotic grin for good reason
I have quite an unhealthy attachment to being liked.
You have got to be proactive in your own life.
I don't understand how people can be intolerant of people who are different to them, we are making the same mistakes repeatedly.