by admin on September 9,2019

Ellie Bamber was spotted arriving at Heathrow Airport from a trip to Barcelona on September 4, 2019 in London.

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by admin on September 9,2019

Ellie Bamber attended Letters Live during the Wilderness Festival on August 5, 2019 in Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire, England. Ellie joined other special guests such as Minnie Driver, Adrian Edmondson, Louise Brealey, Noma Dumezweni, Jennifer Saunders, Olivia Colman, Lemn Sissay, John Lloyd, Rose McGowan, Jessie Buckley, Ferdinand Kingsley, & Ophelia Lovibond. Unfortunately I didn’t get much information about the event and what letter Ellie read at the festival.

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by admin on September 9,2019

Ellie Bamber attends The Gentleman’s Journal and Bicester Village Long Summer Lunch on August 02, 2019 in Woodstock, England.

Ellie joined other guests like Eleanor Tomlinson and Sophie Cookson to enjoy the party during the hot summer day.

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by admin on July 7,2019

“The biggest misconception about me? That I’m a ginger! Dude, I like being ginger so much, but at the moment my hair loves going back to blonde recently.” There’s an ease right now with which Ellie Bamber is telling me that one of her most previously inarguably distinct characteristics – her burnt amber hair – one which no doubt would have helped her land her breakout role in Tom Ford’s stylish but gritty thriller Nocturnal Animals as Amy Adam’s doomed daughter, was so easily interchangeable. But this confidence is the direct result of a career has been built on sheer impressive talent rather than the physical characteristics that many of her contemporaries might find themselves relying on. It’s undeniable: this is not someone whose identity and currency are tied up in her appearance. And the fact of the matter is, it’s impossible to typecast someone who has gone from gun-toting zombie slayer, to an 18th century orphan, then a 60s showgirl, next – an American exchange student whose life is violently torn apart. And let’s not forget when we gritted our teeth enviably as Bamber lived out all our girlfriend fantasies being chased around Paris by an amorous Shawn Mendes in his music video for “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back”. We still haven’t forgiven her.

As mentioned, her latest feat saw her recently take on the role of orphan ‘Cosette’ in the new star-studded BBC adaptation of Les Misérables, one that riskily swapped its beloved songs for detail more aligned to Victor Hugo’s 1862 brick of a French historical novel. “Cosette as a character is really interesting,” muses Bamber. “Hugo explains her as being ‘innocence personified’. She lives in such a sheltered environment with her father and then the nunnery and she kind of doesn’t know anything about the outside world, or probably even been spoken to about what love is. She hasn’t seen anything, you know?” This sensibility is very, very different from Bamber, who at 22 has already solo-travelled around the world for her job.

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