At 22 years old, Emilia Jones has this physical status:
Emilia Annis I. Jones (born 23 February 2002) is a Welsh child actress.
In the 2013 Doctor Who episode "The Rings of Akhaten" she played the young Queen of Years, Merry Gejelh, as well as Lottie McLeod in the BBC feature-length film What We Did on Our Holidays.
She has worked in theatre, including playing Young Fiona in the original cast of Shrek the Musical, Drury Lane, and Flora in a stage version of Henry James' The Turn of the Screw.
Jones was born in London to Welsh singer and host Aled Jones and his English wife, circus performer Claire Fossett. Lucas is her older brother.
Jones began acting in 2010 at the age of 8, when she appeared in the film One Day as Jasmine. Alice appeared in the Channel 4 drama Utopia, and later that year, she played the young Queen of Years Merry Gejelh in the British television series "The Rings of Akhaten" (2013). The Boston Standard lauded her for "carr[ying] off her shows with aplomb" and for "really selling [Materiel] Merry's mash-up of naivety, knowledge, and childlike trembling," while website Zap2It praised Jones' appearance as "spot on." On Stranger Tides (2011), she played a small part in Pirates of the Caribbean.
In 2011, Jones made her theatrical debut in the original production of Shrek the Musical at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. In 2013, she appeared in Rebecca Lenkiewicz's stage adaptation of Henry James' The Turn of the Screw as a nine-year-old Flora, switching between two other girls each night. "I don't find it scary, I just find it so much fun," she said on press night. Every bit of it is my favorite."
Jones was cast as Kinsey Locke, one of the main characters in Netflix's fantasy drama series Locke & Key (2020-present), and it was announced in December 2018. On February 7, 2020, the first season was announced. It was her first major role in a television series. She was attracted to the role because of the possibility of portraying two versions of the same character: Kinsey before and after she bans her fear of the term.
Ruby Rossi, the only hearing member of her family's family who wants to visit Berklee in 2021, appeared in Apple TV+ comedy-drama film CODA. She spent nine months (during Locke & Key) learning American Sign Language, as well as how to operate a professional fishing trawler. Principal photography was active from September 2019 to January 2020. The film premiered on January 28th, 2021 at the Sundance Film Festival, where Apple Original Films purchased it for $25 million. Jones and co-star Troy Kotsur were critically praised and received numerous accolades on Apple TV+ on August 13, 2021. Best Picture at the 94th Academy Awards, the first Sundance-premiered film to do so.
Jones' two forthcoming films are titled Cat Person directed by Susanna Fogel and the drama Fairyland directed by Andrew Durham in his directorial debut.