Actress who have played bad young lady Effy Stonem for the E4 crisis series Skins from 2007 to 2013. She also made an appearance within the 2010 film Clash from the Titans as well as the 2014 film The Maze Runner. She was ensemble as Effy Stonem despite having no prior performing experience. Her personality got few speaking lines at the start from the series. She is at the research fiction thriller Moon furthermore to her printing modeling function. She was created within the Haywards Heath community of Western world Sussex, England, to some Brazilian mom and an British dad. In 2015 she wedded Benjamin Walker plus they announced these were expecting their initial child jointly in 2016. Danny Dyer was her co-star on Skins.
Nominations Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress: Action/Adventure
Movies Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, The Maze Runner, Emanuel and the Truth about Fishes, Tiger House, Now Is Good, Maze Runner: The Death Cure, Clash of the Titans, Wuthering Heights, Moon, The Moon and the Sun, Twenty8k, Shank, Stay with Me, Invisible
TV Shows Southcliffe, Skins
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Gave birth to her 1st child at age 24, a son in November 2016. Child's father is her husband, Benjamin Walker.
Is half Brazilian and half English. Scodelario comes from her Italian maternal grandfather.
(December 17, 2015) Married her boyfriend of 20 months Benjamin Walker at New York City Hall following a 12-month-long engagement.
Has a tattoo that says "Ben" (the name of her actor boyfriend) in cursive script on the inside of her left ring finger.
Has a shared tattoo with ex boyfriend Elliott Tittensor that says 'our love is unique' in Portuguese. A year later she was engaged to Benjamin Walker.
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The first school play I did was Oliver Twist, and I beat the boys to the part of Oliver. The hardest, scariest girl in the school came up to me and said, 'You're a good little actress, intcha?' And I was, like, 'Oh my God, she said something nice to me.' It felt incredible. As soon as I discovered drama, I had something to love that was mine.
Growing up, I was obsessed with Arnold Schwarzenegger, which is why my dog is called Arnie. His films were pure Hollywood to me and I've seen all of them more than 50 times. The Terminator is my favourite. I haven't met him - it would be too freaky, I think I'd faint, I love him too much.
I like the idea of up-and-coming actors nowadays being a little different and not necessarily the drama-school stereotype, being a bit more edgy.
[on Skins (2007)] I felt there needed to be a show for teenagers that didn't make them feel judged. 'Skins' never tried to preach. It allowed young people to make their own decisions about what to do and whether it was right or wrong. Young people really respond to that, and that's what sets 'Skins' apart.
I don't think that I could ever play just a 'pretty girlfriend' or just a stereotypical female part that's just there to get her tits out - that just doesn't interest me at all, really. I just want to keep pushing myself with every role and keep pushing myself with every film.