Amelia Warner | Bio,Birthday,Height,Weight,Boyfriend,Husband,Dating,Affair,Married life,Net worth,Ethnicity,Fact,Career & Full Details

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amelia-warner

Short Description of Amelia Warner:

Amelia Warner is an English actress, as well as a musician who performs under the name Slow Moving Millie. Warner had a string of television roles in TV dramas example: Casualty (1986).And she turned big with Lorna Doone (2000) and the film Quills (2000), which both came out in the winter of 2000.Her filmography includes Casualty: “Eye Spy” (1998), Kavanagh QC (1998), Aristocrats (1999), Love’s Brother (2003), Fanny Price, Don Quixote (2000), The Seeker / The Dark Is Rising (2007) as Maggie, What a Girl Wants, Waking the Dead (2000), Take a Girl Like You (2000), Olga? (2010), Mountaineering (BBC Radio, 2002), Mansfield Park (1999) as teenage, Nine Lives (2002) as Laura, Winter Passing (2005), Æon Flux (2005) as Una Flux, Stoned (2005), Alpha Male (2006), Gone (2006), The Echo (2008),and The Other Side (2012) as Rachel.Amelia recorded her first album in December 2011 titled Renditions under Island Records.The album peaked no. 89 on UK Music Charts.She is the belonging to British nationality.She belongs to the white ethnical background.Amelia is of Swedish and Irish descent on mother’s side while she has Welsh ancestry on her father’s side.Her star sign is Gemini.She is now 34 years old.Her religious views are not known.She is the daughter of Annette Ekblom and Alun Lewis.

Short Description:

Full Name Amelia Warner
Date of birth 4 June 1982
Age 34
Nickname Slow Moving Millie.
Marital Status Married
Birthplace  Merseyside, United Kingdom
Ethnicity  White
Religion  N/A
Profession Actress, singer, songwriter
Active Year 1999–present
Eye colour Dark Brown
Hair colour  Dark Brown
Build Slim
Nationality English
 Father  Alun Lewis
 Mother Annette Ekblom
 Siblings None
 Spouse/Boyfriend Joaquin PhoenixColin FarrellAdam GarciaJamie Dornan 
 Height 5 ft 6 in or 168 cm
 Weight 53 kg or 117 lbs
Education  Royal Masonic School for Girls,  College of Fine Arts
Online Presence  YouTube VEVO and Google+ VEVO
Net Worth N/A

Early Life and Education:

Warner was born Amelia Catherine Bennett on 4 June 1982 in Merseyside, United Kingdom.She is the only child of her parents. Her paternal uncle is actor Hywel Bennett.Her father is Welsh actor and her mother is English actress.Her parents divided when she was very small. She stayed with her mother.Amelia received her early education from Royal Masonic School for Girls.After certifying, she visited College of Fine Arts. She also decided to join a college in Belsize Park for a short time.

Career:

She is British film actress turned musician who performed in the 2000 film Quills and 2005 film Æon Flux.She sang a cover of the Smiths’ song “Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want,” that was employed in a British TV ad.

Personal Life:

Throwing some lights on her personal life, she is married.She tied the knot with actor Jamie Dornan in 2013.They met at a party in London.They made their relationship official with a wedding ceremony at Orchardleigh House in Somerset in April 2013.They had a son named Jamie in 2016 and daughter named Dulcie in 2013.She was also in connection with Joaquin Phoenix and Adam Garcia.She shortly dated the actor Colin Farrell.She gave on her acting career to focus on becoming a full-time musician.Her sexual orientation is straight.

Statistics and Net Worth:

Mentioning some of her physical characters, she has short cropped hair and hourglass figure.She stands at the height of 5 ft 6 in or 168 cm and got weight 53 kg or 117 lbs.She has dark brown hair and dark brown eyes.She has the slim body type.Catch Amelia on YouTube VEVO and Google+ VEVO.Her net worth and salary are unknown.




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