Alice Allegra Englert is an Australian actress, director, writer, singer, and songwriter. She is best known for her roles as Rosa in the film Ginger & Rosa (2012) and Lena Duchannes in the film Beautiful Creatures (2013).
Years active: 2006–present
Born age: 15 June 1994, 28 years old and 9 months, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Sun Sign: Gemini
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Height: 5’6″ / 1.71 m
Measurements: 34-26-35 in / 88-66-88 cm
Bra size: 34B
Alice Allegra Englert was born in Sydney in June 1994, the daughter of New Zealand filmmaker Jane Campion and Australian filmmaker Colin Englert. She is the maternal granddaughter of actress Edith Campion and theatre director Richard Campion. She was raised in Sydney and various locations where her parents’ work took the family, explaining, “I’ve spent half my life on planes. I have a lot of love for New Zealand, though. That is where the really arty, whimsical side of the family resided.” She attended schools in Australia, New Zealand, New York City, Rome, and London, as well as other places in England such as the Sibford School, a Quaker school in Oxfordshire. Her parents divorced when she was seven. She later left high school to become an actress.
Englert made her film debut at the age of eight in a film called Listen, followed by an appearance in her mother’s short film The Water Diary at the age of 12. She appeared in the sci-fi romance film The Lovers, which was showcased at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival and was later released on DVD in the UK as Time Traveller in 2016. In 2012, she starred in Ginger & Rosa. In 2013, she starred in the low-budget horror film In Fear and the supernatural romance film Beautiful Creatures, which was based on the novel of the same name. “Needle and Thread”, a song written and performed by Englert, was used in the film’s soundtrack. In an interview, she stated that she recorded the song “in the bathroom of the apartment [she] was staying in the Warehouse District of New Orleans“. She had a role in 2020’s Ratched on Netflix.
Alice Englert Television Collection
There are television series that include Alice Englert’s character with powerful acting. The beginning started with the 2014 episode of the new world. In 2015 she did seven episodes in a leading role for Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell. After completing the episodes, she was seen in the second season of top of the lake in a prominent role for six episodes. After completing the 2017 television series, she did six episodes in 2020 and 3 episodes for the miniseries in 2021.
Alice Englert Films Collection
Alice Englert’s first film was released in 2008 with the title 8, where she was seen in the segment portraying the role of Ziggi. However, it was not the only film that was telecast on the big screen in 2008 with the character of Alice. Another short film, Flame of the west, was also a 2008 released picture. In 2012, she appeared in ginger and Rosa, and in 2013 they were pictures continuously released with the beautiful title creature in fear and the lovers. It was a wonderful time for Alice as each year movies were released, and she was getting into the primary stream industry. In 2015 another short film came up on the screen with the boyfriend game title. Every movie that she was signing included a different character and storyline.
After 2015 they were three movies broadcast in different years with phenomenal characters. She appeared in the short film 2017 family happiness, which follows in 2019. The appreciation received from body brokers in 2021 and the power of dogs in the same year made her part of another famous film, you won’t be alone.
Alice Englert Awards
Alice Englert has been complimented with many nominations and prestigious awards from 2012 to 2017. She received a nomination for the British film award as best supporting actress in 2012 and won the women’s best work in 2013. In the beautiful year of 2013, they were another three nominations for Teen Choice Award in the movie actress category. In 2016 the Berlin international festival nominated her for the short film. Meanwhile, she won the best achievement award in the screenplay in 2017.