|Born||Leila George D'Onofrio|
March 20, 1992
💵 Salary :
|📆 Years active||2016–present|
|👴 👵 Parent(s)||Vincent D'Onofrio|
Leila George (born March 20, 1992) is an American-Australian actress.
George was born in Sydney, Australia to the actor and producer Vincent D'Onofrio and the actress Greta Scacchi. In 2008, she had acting classes at Brighton College. In 2009, she went to Crawley College. In 2010, she studied at the Arts Educational Schools, London. In 2011, she went to Australia to study at Sydney Film School. In 2012, she went to the United States to study at the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York City near her father.
In 2013, George worked as an additional camera operator for The Last Impresario documentary. In 2014, she with her mother was starring in Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull for Black Swan Theatre Company in Perth. Her mother acted as Arkadina, and she acted as Nina, Arkadina’s daughter and love rival.
In 2016, she played the main role in her first feature television film, Mother, May I Sleep with Danger?. In 2018 she appeared in a main role in Mortal Engines. The Kid will be released in 2019.
She lives in Los Angeles.
|2016||Mother, May I Sleep with Danger?||Leah Lewisohn||television film|
|2018||Mortal Engines||Katherine Valentine||Post-production|
|TBD||The Long Home||Edna Hodges||Post-production|
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