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Irish-born RADA graduate JESSIE BUCKLEY's performances include starring as Princess Marya in BBC hitadaptation of Tolstoy's epic novel WAR AND PEACE, starring opposite Tom Hardy in historic drama series TABOO and working alongside Stephen Campbell Moore, Ben Miles and Jessica Raine in the BBC One drama series THE LAST POST written by Peter Moffat.

She was recently seen in the BBC One adaptation of THE WOMAN IN WHITE, Wilkie Collins' classic psychological thriller adapted for television by Fiona Seres with a cast including Ben Hardy and Charles Dance.

In 2018 Jessie was the lead role in Michael Pearce's critically acclaimed film BEAST, co-starring Johnny Flynn and Geraldine James. Buckley's most recent productions include the leading role in Tom Harper's WILD ROSE alongside Julie Walters and Sophie Okonedo, and MISBEHAVIOUR with Keira Knightley and Gugu Mbatha Raw.

Buckley has recently filmed THE VOYAGE OF DOCTOR DOLITTLE alongside Robert Downey Jr., and the TV series CHERNOBYL for Sister Pictures.

Buckley's theatre credits include two productions simultaneously as part of the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company's inaugural season: the first, as Perdita in Branagh's The Winter's Tale; and the second as Muriel in Harlequinade, opposite an almost identical (and stellar) cast. In film, Buckley has starred as Miranda in Jeremy Herrin's The Tempest, opposite Roger Allam. Further theatre credits include: A Little Night Music at the Menier Chocolate Factory; as Princess Katherine opposite Jude Law in Henry V; and as Constanze in Amadeus, alongside Joshua McGuire and Rupert Everett at the Chichester Festival Theatre.

In 2017 Buckley was chosen as one of Screen International's Stars of Tomorrow and was also selected to be one of BAFTA's Breakthrough Brits. Buckley won the award for Most Promising Newcomer at the 2018 British Independent Film Awards and in 2019, was nominated as one of BAFTA's EE Rising Stars.

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