February 23, 2002 (21)
Emilia Jones is a Welsh actress and singer. She is most known for her critically-acclaimed lead role in the 2021 film CODA as Ruby Rossi in which she received a Hollywood Critics Association Film Awards nomination for Best Actress. She is also known for playing Kinsey Locke in the Netflix series Locke & Key (2020–), while also having additional early roles in television such as Doctor Who and Utopia, and lead characters in films like Brimstone, Ghostland, and Horrible Histories. She also performed in several theatrical productions in the West End in London.
Jones starred alongside Tom Hardy and Olivia Colman in the crime thriller “Locke,” played the young version of Felicity Jones’ character in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” and acted alongside Michael Sheen and Lena Headey in the horror film “The Bravest Knight.” She also starred with Eddie Izzard and Rupert Everett in the comedy-drama “Victoria & Abdul,” and acted alongside Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek in the adventure-drama “Papillon.” She has also starred alongside Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill in the mystery-adventure film “Enola Holmes.”