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ABOUT Annabelle Wallis

as Jane Seymour

Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour

Date of Birth
: 25 September 1984

Birth Place
: Oxford, England

Eye Color: Blue

Height: 5'7'' (1.70 m)

Family: Father is an actor, her uncle was the famous actor Richard Harris


Actor Bio:Born in 1984 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK, Annabelle Wallis spent much of her younger years in Portugal attending an international school. She performed in several small short films before catching her first major movie role in the Bollywood film,Dil Jo Bhi Kaheyas Sophie Besson in 2005.She had a small guest starring role on the hour-long dramaJerichoand was then cast in the movieTrue True Lieas Paige, followed by a stint as Kelly Fisher in the made for TV movieDiana : Last Days of a Princess.Two more small roles in the filmsSteel TrapandBody of Liesfollowed, but it was in 2008, after Anita Briem exited the role of Jane Seymour on Showtime’s hit showThe Tudors, that Annabelle gained a wider audience. She was cast as Henry’s third and most prized wife, Jane Seymour. She appeared in the first four episodes of season three and is set to reprise her role in the series finale. In between her appearances onThe Tudors, she filmed a made for tv movie calledGhost Town, where she played bad girl Serena.As of now, Annabelle resides in London and has recently wrapped the television movie,The Lost Future, which will air on theScyFy Channelat some point in 2010.This biography was written exlcusively for Annabelle Wallis Online. It is not to be reproduced in any manner on any other fansite.

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Non-acting careers:


Snow White and the Huntsman (2012) - Sara
X-Men: First Class (2011)
The Lost Future (2010) - Dorel
Body of Lies (2008) - Hani's Girlfriend at the Bar
Right Hand Drive (2008) - Ruth
Steel Trap (2007) Melanie
Diana: Last Days of a Princess (2007) - Kelly Fisher
True True Lie (2006) - Paige
Dil Jo Bhi Kahey (2005) - Sophie Besson

TV Shows:

PanAm (2011) - Bridget
"The Tudors" (2009) - Jane Seymour
Jericho, "The Killing of Johnny Swan" (2005) - Lizzie Way


Big break: the Bollywood film Dil Jo Bhi Kahey

Best known for:


Upcoming projects:
W.E. (2011) - Arabella Green

Special Skills: Dance- Club/Freestyle, Swing, Hip Hop, Capoeira, Modern, Disco; spoken languages- Portuguese, French, Spanish, Armenian and can perform a wide variety of accents inlcuding Italian, Russian, Australian and Middle Eastern; plays the drums, surfing, gymnastics, swimming, cycling, and tennis.

AWTalk about...

Annabelle Wallis


Blackbook interview with
Annabelle April 3rd, 2009


  • I was born in Oxford and spent a good amount of my time in Portugal too. Then I moved back to London and that is where I stay now. My father is an actor himself while my uncle Richard Harris was a big actor in Hollywood too. In my mind I always wanted to act, though I was very private about this decision of mine. It was in the year 2002 when I started working full time as an actor. I got myself a private coach from a drama school who taught me a lot about acting. Then I started doing some independent films. [from an Interview by Joginder Tuteja in IndiaGLitz about Dil Jo Bhi Kahey 2005]

    • I was always really interested in that period of time ... so I knew of Jane Seymour, and luckily for me, she's the most beloved queen. She was a very amiable, good queen, a peacemaker... . And of course, she's far less obvious than someone like Anne Boleyn. I think there's an intelligence behind her lack of obviousness. In a way, she has more power that way, and if she had survived [giving] birth, she would have gone to become quite an incredible queen. [On the historical Jane Seymour]
    • To me, it came across as someone who was very composed, very secure... . She was Henry's rock, and she brought a lot of confidence back into the court. I wanted to make it clear that she's not a stupid woman, that she's not weak. She tests her boundaries, she pushes the envelope as much as she can, but you have to put her back in her place. In a way, it's almost protective of Henry, in that he stops her in a situation that may be not so beneficial for her, and oversteps her line.[On her performance on Jane Seymour]
    • “Jonathan is wonderful,He has incredible energy and life — on camera and off. It’s quite funny, because on the weekends (the cast is out together) and then on Monday … you’re sitting outside having a tea break, and you’re in these silly costumes."
    • “if she [Jane Seymour] had survived (giving) birth, she would have gone on to become quite an incredible queen. She really had Henry’s trust. And that’s interesting in a time where his word is law.”

    • She speaks Portuguese, French, Spanish & Armenian
    • Her uncle was Richard Harris making her related by marriage to Emilia Fox (Richard Harris' ex daughter-in-law and coincidently Tamzin Merchant's boyfriend Freddie Fox's sister ) who played Jane Seymour in Ray Winstone's Henry VIII.



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    Annabelle Wallis at the Season 3 launch party Annabelle Wallis with Jonathan Rhys Meyers at the Season 3 launch party
    Annabelle Wallis in PanAm Annabelle Wallis in PanAm
    Annabelle Wallis in PanAm Annabelle Wallis in PanAm
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    Annabelle Wallis - The Tudors Wiki Annabelle and her boyfriend James Rosseau
    Annabelle with her musso boyfriend James Rosseau

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    Reggie19 Annabelle Wallis in X-Men First Class 1 Jun 4 2011, 6:29 AM EDT by freya9
    Thread started: Jun 4 2011, 4:06 AM EDT  Watch
    OK, just saw the movie last night, and finally!! I thought the second X-Men movie would be the last good one I ever saw after the carnage Brett Ratner caused in the third one, and I'm not even going to comment on the Origins one, but I thought my Tudor chums would like to know that Annabelle did a very brief cameo in the earlier scenes of the movie, for those of you who aren't already aware that she's set to star in it. It's brief though, but she's the girl with one blue eye and one green eye that Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) attempts to flirt with. You'll spot her immediately.
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    Neta07 Annabelle set to star in Madonna flick W.E!! 1 Sep 7 2010, 7:57 AM EDT by Jes89
    Thread started: Sep 6 2010, 8:29 PM EDT  Watch
    According this source: Annabelle has been cast in Madonna's flick which is also staring our own Natalie Dormer!, I think it's great that Natalie and Annabelle have been cast in the same movie as they never had a scene together on the show (Anita played Jane in season two) and they are my two fav Tudor actresses. Looks like Annabelle is playing someone foreign.
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    Reggie19 Meyers Laughed Her Head Off! 13 May 3 2009, 5:12 PM EDT by Maggie-AnneB.
    Thread started: May 3 2009, 4:25 AM EDT  Watch
    Just found this in the Irish Mirror and thought i'd post it, just to get your opinions on it, is it an excuse, or do you think it's true?

    "Jonathan Rhys Myers and his new queen had such severe laughter fits on the set most of their scenes got the chop. Annabelle Wallis who plays doomed Jane Seymour in the third series of the Tudors, say they found it impossible to take things seriously. The 25 year old added that their dance scenes were so bad that they had to be axed. She told tv guide 'We had a coreographer, but if you noticed, any scenes with Jonathan and I is cut down. We were the worst. 'Two people dancing is so different than how you dance now. It's very uptight. Also, when you become good friends, and then you try to dance, it's very hard. We were hysterically laughing all the time. We couldn't take it seriously so they cut us out'.
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