Hobbies: Working out, Listening to music, Watching movies
Favorite Actress: Carey Mulligan, Felicity Jones
Favorite Destination: Abu Dhabi
Net Worth: USD $2 Million approx
Active from: 2013-present
Early Life of Daisy Ridley:
She is the daughter of photographer Chris Ridley and publicist Louise Fawkner-Corbett. Her great-uncle was the actor and playwright Arnold Ridley.
She has four older sisters (two of them on her father’s side), including model Kika-Rose and Poppy Sophia Ridley. She studied music, dance and acting at the Tring Park School for Performing Arts in Hertfordshire, England.
After graduating in 2010, Daisy attended Birkbeck University, where she was studying “classical civilizations” for a short time, dropping out to try to become an actress by auditioning after traveling for several months around the city. India. She also worked for a time as a waitress. Ridley is a lover of swimming and has a great talent for ballet.
With her stardom, one of the first things to come to light is the disease that the British woman has suffered from since she was 15 years old, endometriosis.
He was a partner of actor Charlie Hamblett between 2015 and 2016. His current boyfriend is Tom Bateman, an actor he met on the set of the movie Murder On The Orient Express (2017). Since June 2019 it has been speculated that the couple is engaged.
Professional Life of Daisy Ridley:
In 2013, she made her television debut on the series Youngers, playing a teenage student. The same year it could be seen in Casualty, a long-running production (started in the 80s) on medical issues broadcast by the BBC network; in the music video for the song Lights On, by English rapper Wiley; and in the science fiction short film Blue Season (2013). Later, Ridley appeared in soap operas such as Toast Of London or Witness Mudo, another BBC production on criminal investigations carried out by forensics.
The Londoner’s first feature film was Scrawl (2015), a horror story directed and written by filmmaker Peter Hearn.
Daisy rose to fame when she was chosen, after attending several auditions, to play the character of Rey in the Star Wars saga, specifically in episode VII, The Force Awakens (2015). Two years later she reprised the role of Rey in The Last Jedi (2017).
The same year she participated, playing Mary Debenham, in the criminal intrigue Murder on the Orient Express (2017), an adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel of the same name, directed and starred by Kenneth Branagh. In 2019 he played Rey again in Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker, to mixed reviews.