Esmé Creed-Miles

Last updated on the 28 March 2024 by Maeve

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Mini Biography

Born: 5 February 2000, Barnet, London, England. 

Born into an acting family, Esmé Creed-Miles is the daughter of actors Samantha Morton and Charlie Creed-Miles. After attending the English boarding school Bedales, Creed-Miles enrolled at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

Creed-Miles’s breakout role came in 2019 in the American thriller and coming of age series “Hanna” Her performance caught the attention of critics and audiences alike, showcasing her natural ability to connect with the audience and embody complex characters.

In 2023 Creed-Miles played the lead role of Iris in the “The Doll Factory” based on the book of the same name by Elizabeth Macneal, adapted for television by Charley Miles.


Suggested viewing


The Doll Factory (2023)

The Doll Factory poster

Bftv 8.5 / IMDb 5.9

Amidst the vibrant backdrop of Victorian London, Iris, an aspiring artist trapped in a dreary doll factory, finds her dreams taking flight when she meets Louis Frost, a charismatic Pre-Raphaelite painter. As Iris delves deeper into the world of art, she becomes entangled in a web of obsession, love, and danger, pursued by a mysterious figure who blurs the lines between reality and fantasy.

Top cast: Esme Creed-Miles, Mirren Mack, Eanna Hardwicke, George Webster, Nell Hudson, Pippa Haywood, Sharlene Whyte, Reece Kenwyne-Mpudzi, Freddy Carter, Aysha Kala, Nell Hudson, Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Hannah Onslow, Freddy Carter.


Full filmography (@Wikipedia)


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