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Named a "Star of Tomorrow" by Screen International, ELEANOR TOMLINSON was born in London and grew up in Yorkshire.

She is best known for her starring role as Demelza, opposite Aidan Turner, in BAFTA's Audience Award-winning television series Poldark, adapted from Winston Graham's novels. Ms. Tomlinson's popular portrayal has brought her accolades including the shared Satellite Television Award for Best Ensemble. Poldark will return for a fifth season in 2019.

She had previously starred as Isabel Neville in the hit miniseries The White Queen, for which she received a Radio Times British Breakthrough Actress Award nomination; as Georgiana Darcy in the miniseries Death Comes to Pemberley; and as Alice Cunningham in the penultimate Poirot, The Labours of Hercules. Her most recent miniseries was Ordeal by Innocence, to be followed by The War of the Worlds; she stars in the latter, the first UK television adaptation of H.G. Wells' classic novel, opposite Rafe Spall.

Onscreen, she has starred in Bryan Singer's fantasy Jack the Giant Slayer and Gabriele Salvatores' drama Siberian Education (also known as Deadly Code), with John Malkovich.

Among Ms. Tomlinson's other movies are Tim Burton's blockbuster Alice in Wonderland; Neil Burger's The Illusionist; Gurinder Chadha's Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging; and in Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman's Academy Award-nominated animated/painting and performance-capture Loving Vincent.

Her stage performances include playing the lead role in Neil Simon's I Ought to Be in Pictures, starring opposite Terence Booth and Justine Glenton in director Anthony Valentine's production at The Mill at Sonning.

As singer, Ms. Tomlinson has just released her debut album Tales from Home, a collection of folk influenced cover performances produced by Poldark composer Anne Dudley.


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