Dakota Blue Richards (born 11.04.1994)
Dakota Blue Richards is an English actress.
Childhood: Dakota Blue Richards was born in South Kensington, London but grew up in Sussex. She had always enjoyed acting but took part in few plays or drama classes.
Acting career: Dakota Blue Richards made her acting debut in 'The Golden Compass' in 2007 with Nicole Kidman, Sam Elliott and Daniel Craig. She took interest in the role after reading Philip Pullman's 'His Dark Materials' book trilogy. In 2008, she starred in the movie adaptation of Jacqueline Wilson's 'Dustbin Baby' with Juliet Stevenson. The following year she landed a role in fantasy film 'The Secret of Moonacre' with Tim Curry and Ioan Gruffudd. Between 2011 and 2012 she starred as Franky Fitzgerald in series five and six of teen drama 'Skins'. In 2013, she appeared in the ITV paranormal drama series 'Lightfields' opposite Sam Hazeldine and Neil Jackson.
Personal life: Dakota Blue Richards lives in Brighton and enjoys modern art as a hobby. She supports the charity Action for Children alongside such stars as Annie Lennox and Yoko Ono. In 2011 took part in an advertising campaign for the foundation. In 2011 she posed nude for Ocean 2012 campaigning against overfishing.
Dakota Blue Richards - Game of Thrones: Hardhome - special screening at the Empire, Leicester Square in London, England. 14 March 2016. - London, United Kingdom - Monday 14th March 2016
Dakota Blue Richards - Game of Thrones: Hardhome - special screening - at Empire, Leicester Square, London at Empire, Leicester Square - London, United Kingdom - Monday 14th March 2016
Dakota Blue Richards - London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016 - Sorapol - Front Row and Inside at The Royal College of Surgeons, Lincolns Inn Fields, London Fashion Week - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 19th September 2015
Dakota Blue Richards - 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' film premiere held at the Vue Westfield - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 20th March 2014
Dakota Blue Richards - Flight Of The Butterflies in 3D - U.K. premiere - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 5th September 2013
I should note that I have read the original Philip Pullman books that this trilogy will be based on. Like Tolkien, Pullman creates a multi-layered world to journey through, but he tends to be tighter with narrative style than Tolkien. What he lacks in verbosity he makes up for in texture, and this may be where some problems will lie for an audience, as he is comfortable not sharing useful character and cultural details immediately. Over the course of this film, some information does get left out to respect the audience's time in a theater, but it in no way affects the enjoyment of watching Lyra's (Dakota Blue Richards) story unfold.
Continue reading: The Golden Compass Review
Date of birth
11th April, 1994
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