Known for movies
Daisy Bevan is an English actress. She was born on the 29th of October, 1992, in London, England. Her parents are Joely Richardson and Tim Bevan. She has one sister, Lily Bevan, who is also an actress. Daisy was educated at St Paul’s Girls’ School in London and then went on to study acting at the Central School of Speech and Drama.
Her first professional role was in the film, “Anonymous” (2011), where she played the young Elizabeth I. She has also appeared in the films, “The Lady in the Van” (2015), “Me Before You” (2016) and “Their Finest” (2016). She has also appeared in the television series, “The Hollow Crown” (2016) and “The Frankenstein Chronicles” (2017).
Daisy’s net worth is estimated to be $1 million. She has been in a relationship with actor Ed Westwick since 2015.
|Full Name||Daisy Bevan|
|Parents||Joely Richardson, Tim Bevan|
|Siblings||Nell Bevan, Jago Bevan|
|Movies||The Two Faces of January, Elizabeth|
|1||Great niece of Corin Redgrave (1939-2010) and Lynn Redgrave (1943-2010).|
|2||Cousin of Michael Neeson (b. 1995) and Daniel Neeson (b. 1996), via her aunt Natasha Richardson and her husband Liam Neeson.|
|3||Half-sister of Nell Sarah Bevan (b. 2001) and Jago Robin Bevan (b. 2003), via her father Tim Bevan and stepmother Amy Gadney.|
|4||Her maternal grandfather Tony Richardson died of AIDS four months before she was born.|
|5||Niece of Natasha Richardson (1963-2009), Carlo Gabriel Nero (b. 1969) and Katherine Grimond (b. 1970).|
|6||Great granddaughter of Michael Redgrave (1908-1985) and Rachel Kempson (1910-2003).|
|7||Granddaughter of Tony Richardson (1928-1991) and Vanessa Redgrave (b. 1937).|
|8||Daughter of Joely Richardson (b. 1965) and Tim Bevan (b. 1958).|
|Modern Life Is Rubbish||2016||completed||Layla|
|One Crazy Thing||2016||Hannah|
|Revolution: New Art for a New World||2016||Varvara Stepanova (voice)|
|The Outcast||2015||TV Mini-Series||Tamsin Carmichael|
|The Two Faces of January||2014||Lauren|
|The Affair of the Necklace||2001||The Princess Royal|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia