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August 30, 2003 (20)
Yasmin Finney is an English actress most notably recognized for her role as Elle Argent in the Netflix series “Heartstopper,” a performance that earned her a nomination for a Children’s and Family Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Performance. She also joined the long-standing series “Doctor Who” in 2023.
Finney’s portfolio is marked by diversity and dramatic flair. She first graced the screen as Elle Argent in “Heartstopper,” which premiered in 2022. Initially, she was cast in the Billy Porter film “Anything’s Possible,” but had to withdraw due to COVID-19 travel restrictions affecting her U.S. work visa. In addition to her television work, she is set to appear in the upcoming short film “Mars,” playing the character Charlie Acaster, which premiered at the London Film Festival in October 2022.
Collaboration has been a pivotal element in Yasmin Finney’s burgeoning career. In “Heartstopper,” she shared the screen with Kit Connor, Joe Locke, Sebastian Croft, and William Gao. Finney will further diversify her career by stepping into the iconic world of “Doctor Who.” She’ll work alongside the series’ regular, David Tennant, where she will portray the daughter of Donna Noble, a character previously portrayed by Catherine Tate. Finney also appeared as a guest judge on the fifth series of “RuPaul‘s Drag Race UK.”
In 2022, she won the On Screen Trailblazer honor at the Gay Times Honours, and was acknowledged as the Breakthrough Actress at the Soho House Awards. Her performance in “Heartstopper” also garnered her the Emerging Talent win at the Rose d’Or Awards. In 2023, she received a nomination for the Queerty Awards under the Badass category.