The actress and model, 20, was nominated for an Evening Standard Theatre Award last year for her role in High Society at the Old Vic and is starring in The Lady From The Sea at the Donmar. Next up is the Disney’s live-action version of The Nutcracker And The Four Realms alongside Dame Helen Mirren and Keira Knightley.
Oh, and she’s an ambassador for Chanel.
We meet in a private room at members’ club Library on St Martin’s Lane on a chilly afternoon before Bamber’s evening performance of Ibsen’s The Lady from the Sea at the Donmar Warehouse.
Amira Fritz released her photos of Ellie for Chanel, previously shown in Chanel’s 31 Rue de Cambon magazine.
See the beautiful photos by clicking on the thumbnails below:
CHANEL has brought out its latest episode of Chanel Beauty Talks. Creative Makeup and Colour Designer for Chanel, Lucia Pica talks with English actress Ellie Bamber, in the city of love, Paris.
Revealing the secrets and ways to use a new complexion product that Chanel have brought forward, named The Little Black Palette. This product being a three-in-one highlighting wonder with multiple uses and workable textures to correct, highlight and reveal true radiance.
Ellie Bamber, 20, Actor
Whether in historical comedy horror Pride and Prejudice and Zombies or psychological thriller Nocturnal Animals, chances are you’ve seen Ellie Bamber on the silver screen. The British actress, who started off in theater acting before transitioning to film, is currently working on a new and decidedly less gory project called Taipei, which is based off of the romantic novel of the same name by Tao Lin. “It’s about a modern relationship and how the digital world and substances contribute to its growth,” explains Ellie, who traveled to Brooklyn and Taipei to shoot the film. “I hope it reminds viewers of a time before social media when there wasn’t always a third person in a relationship,” she continues. “I hope it reminds them of traditional romances where a connection is made through spending time together without the need of electronics and other substances. And that it stresses to women that you don’t need to be tied down by a man and can pursue a career on your own terms.”