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Hermione Isla Conyngham Corfield is an English actress and model. She has appeared in films including Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015), Mr. Holmes (2015), Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016), XXX: Return of Xander Cage (2017), Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017), Rust Creek (2018) and The Misfits (2021).

On television, she is known for her roles in the ITV period drama The Halcyon (2017) and the Alibi series We Hunt Together (2020–).

Years active: 2014–present
Born Age: December 19, 1993, 30 years old and 5 months, London, England
Sun Sign: Sagittarius
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Height: 5 ft 8 in – 1.73 m
Measurements: 35-25-36 in – 89-64-91 cm
Bra size: 34C US –

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Early life

Parents: Richard Corfield, Emma Willis
Siblings: Isadora Corfield, Kai Corfield

Corfield was born in London, the daughter of Richard Conyngham Corfield, of the Corfield family of Chatwall HallShropshire, and Jermyn Street shirt designer Emma Willis.

She attended Downe House School in Cold Ash, a village near Newbury, Berkshire.

She studied English literature at University College London but later decided to focus on acting and took method acting course at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.

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Career

Corfield made her film debut in 2014 with Colton’s Big Night, a segment in the movie 50 Kisses, directed by Sebastian Solberg, where she plays a character named Anna. In 2015, she starred alongside Ian McKellen and Laura Linney in Mr. Holmes, and appeared in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation opposite Tom Cruise. She also worked with Penélope Cruz in an advertisement campaign for Schweppes. In 2014, she was cast in Fallen as Gabrielle Givens. In 2016, she appeared in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies as Cassandra. In 2017, she appeared in the film XXX: Return of Xander Cage alongside Vin Diesel, the Guy Ritchie-directed King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, and in Star Wars: The Last Jedi as Tallie Lintra, a Resistance A-Wing pilot and squadron leader. She also starred in the ITV drama The Halcyon as Emma Garland.

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She starred in the 2017 film Bees Make Honey and in the 2018 British comedy film Slaughterhouse Rulez, along with Asa ButterfieldFinn ColeMichael SheenNick Frost, and Simon Pegg.

Corfield received acclaim from critics for her performance in Rust Creek, which was released in cinemas on 4 January 2019. She played one of the central characters in the 2020 TV series We Hunt Together.

In February 2024, it was announced that Corfield had been cast as Julia Morriston in the Outlander prequel series Outlander: Blood of My Blood.

Facts

What is your go-to snack? Avocado and Marmite on toast. If you haven’t tried it you haven’t lived…

If you were transported for a day to a random point in time, where would you go? Back to the Fleetwood Mac and Patti Smith times!

What is your favourite coffee table book? Richard Young’s Shooting Stars.

Who are your role models? Aspects of lots of people – I admire certain qualities in people close to me and learn from watching people.

Last film / TV series you watched? Narcos and Funny Face.

Hermione’s dream role would be “to play Bathsheba in Far From the Madding Crowd, although Carey Mulligan just did such a good job. Or someone like Madame Bovary, who has such a conflicted, complex inner life. My favourite kind of films are European 90 minutes which are brooding, less commercial- French films with a slower pace. I like characters who aren’t shiny or icy.”

Her advice to young actors would be to do short films. “Approaching an agent with just a head shot and saying you want to act is hard. By making yourself a reel you have a better chance of demonstrating your talent, whilst also working with different directors, film crews and making contacts at the same time.”

“The best piece of advice I’ve heard is something Rosamund Pike said, which is that the most important thing when you start out is which parts you say no to rather than those you say yes to: it’s tempting to take roles which aren’t right for you out of fear there isn’t going to be anything else.”

“Because there are so many stages to being an actor – going to drama school, getting a job, getting an audition, getting an agent, etcetera – that it’s easy to lose track of your progress, or feel rubbish and beat yourself up if you aren’t working. It’s an unstable career choice which takes courage and faith in what you’re doing. If I start to doubt myself I distract myself. I write scripts, watch films or try and do something creative”.

Hermione wants to write and direct one day, as well as act. She explains why: “when you look at the script before casting you get a bio about your character. The girls are often described as blonde, pretty, and confused, whereas the male lead’s bio is longer and more substantial.” There is a feminist element to Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Hermione tells me, as the girls are warriors. But “unfortunately, female parts are still too frequently written as an accessory or a prop to male parts. For example, you often audition for ‘the girlfriend’, rather than a girl who has a boyfriend.”

Hermione’s most exciting career moment to date, she says, has been acting with Tom Cruise for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation. Hermione plays the record shop girl at the start of the film, a secret undercover agent who gets shot in the head by Sean Harris, the evil villain. Working with Tom Cruise was “the most amazing experience, it was a complete dream to work with him and such a huge opportunity for a young actress starting out.”

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