British actress FLORENCE PUGH (Paige) made her mark with her starring role as
Katherine Lester in Roadside's Lady Macbeth. Directed by William Oldroyd, the
Katherine, who has been sold into marriage, as she discovers an unstoppable
desire when she
enters into an affair with a worker on her estate. The film was named one of
2017's Top 10
Independent Films by the National Board of Review and won Best British
Independent Film at
the 2017 British Independent Film Awards. Pugh won Best Actress at the 2017
Awards and received the Malone Souliers Award for Breakthrough of the Year at
Evening Standard British Film Awards.
Pugh recently wrapped production on Greta Gerwig's adaptation of Little Women,
which Pugh portrays Amy March. She stars alongside Emma Watson, Meryl Streep,
Ronan, Eliza Scanlen, Laura Dern and Timothee Chalamet. Also upcoming is A24's
Aster film (Hereditary), alongside Will Poulter and Jack Reynor.
Pugh was recently seen on AMC's The Little Drummer Girl, which debuted in
2018 on BBC in the UK and November 2018 in the U.S. Based upon the John le Carre
bestseller of the same name, the six-part drama is set in the 1970s, as a young,
prepares for her ultimate role in the theater of the real, against the backdrop
of rising tensions in
the Middle East. Park Chan-Wook directs and Alexander Skarsgard and Michael
Pugh has a leading role in director's David McKenzie's Outlaw King, which
Netflix on November 9th. Outlaw King tells the story of Robert The Bruce, the
king who led his
country to freedom from the oppressive rule of England during the First War of
Independence. The film stars Chris Pine and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
Pugh starred in ITV's critical hit Marcella, an eight-part crime-thriller from
the creators of
the Scandinavian hit series The Bridge; the action film The Commuter, opposite
and as Cordelia, opposite Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson, in the BBC/Amazon
television movie King Lear.
She made her stunning debut in Carol Morley's The Falling, which earned Pugh a
Young Performer nomination at the London Critics' Circle Film Awards.