Florence Pugh was born on the 3rd of January 1996 and is an English actress hailing from Oxford. As a child the actress was known for her comedic timing and performed in school plays throughout her childhood. Her debut role in the British mystery drama The Falling as Abbie Mortimer marked her as someone to watch. With a role in the television show Marcella as Cara, her breakthrough role came with 2016’s film Lady Macbeth which led her to be nominated for a BAFTA Award.
Following up her immense success in the film with a role in the Liam Neeson led film The Commuter and the television film King Lear, an adaptation of the Shakespeare play of the same name, portraying Cordelia.