Pixie Davies Biography

Pixie Davies is an English child actress. Check out this biography to know about her childhood, family life, career, and achievements.

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Nationality: British

Famous: Actresses Child Actors

Born Country: England

Born in: London, England

Famous as: Child Actor

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City: London, England

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Pixie Davies is an English child actress who is known for her remarkable performance as 'Annabel' in the 'Disney' production of 'Mary Poppins Returns.' She began her career at the tender age of 6. However, Davies did not have to wait too long to find prominence in the industry. She is just in the first decade of her career and has already been part of prominent projects such as 'The White Queen,' 'Roald Dahl's Esio Trot,' 'The Secret of Crickley Hall,' 'Humans,' and 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.' Following 'Mary Poppins Returns,’ Davies toured around the world alongside the lead cast members Emily Blunt (who played 'Mary Poppins') and Lin-Manuel Miranda, to promote the film. She would dress like her character in the movie to appeal to the target audience. Davies is currently busy filming for her upcoming period drama.

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Career
  • Davies was just 6 years old when she made her debut with the 'BBC' miniseries 'The Secret of Crickley Hall' (2012), Joe Ahearne’s adaptation of British author James Herbert’s 2006 supernatural thriller novel of the same name. She was cast as 'Cally Caleigh,' the youngest daughter of 'Eve Caleigh' (played by Suranne Jones) and 'Gabe Caleigh' (played by Tom Ellis).
  • The same year, she made her film debut with the role of 'Pixie,' one of the new students 'Mr. Peterson's (played by Ian McNeice) class, in the British comedy 'Nativity! 2: Danger in the Manger.' In 2013, Davies portrayed ‘Princess Elizabeth’ in the 'BBC One' historical period-drama miniseries 'The White Queen,' based on the historical novel series 'The Cousins' War' by Philippa Gregory.
  • Davies’s next appearance was as 'Amanda' in the 'Channel 4' thriller–drama–action movie 'Utopia' (2014). She also appeared as Julia Stiles’s (as 'Sarah Harriman') on-screen daughter, 'Hannah Harriman,' in the supernatural thriller 'Out of the Dark.’ The Spanish version of the movie was titled 'Aguas rojas.'
  • Davies then played 'Roberta' in the 2015 comedy TV film 'Roald Dahl's Esio Trot,' which was part of the Christmas series of 'BBC One.' That year, she earned a breakthrough role: ‘Sophie Hawkins,' Tom Goodman-Hill’s (as 'Joe') on-screen younger daughter, in the 'Channel 4' science-fiction drama 'Humans' (2015–2018).
  • Davies shot to fame when she played one of the “peculiar children,” 'Bronwyn Bruntley,' a young girl with superhuman strength, in the 2016 film adaption of 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children,' based on a fantasy novel of the same name by Ransom Riggs.
  • Davies shared the ‘Palm Springs International' film festival award with the cast of the 2018 musical fantasy film 'Mary Poppins Returns.' The movie featured her as 'Annabel Banks,' daughter of one of the lead characters, 'Michael Banks' (played by Ben Whishaw).
  • Davies is reportedly shooting for a period film in Budapest. The film, set in the 1940s, is titled 'Our Man in America' and is based on a true story.
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Family & Personal Life
  • Davies was born on December 9, 2006, in England. She is the youngest child of her parents. She grew up with her brothers, Jerome Davies and Chloe Davies, and her sister, Liberty Davies.
  • The original 'Mary Poppins' film is one of Davies’s favorites. Had she been given a chance to save anything from the set of the sequel, she would have chosen the hand-painted costumes from the animated sequence. She has also read all of Roald Dahl’s books and has loved them. Her other favorite films are 'Esio Trot,' 'The Devil Wears Prada,' and 'Mamma Mia.'
  • She enjoys baking, sewing, photography, and long walks in the woods.
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- September 28, 2019
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