Jessica Brown Findlay Rose Biography

Jessica Brown Findlay Rose (Born: September 14, 1989 ) best known for her role as Lady Sybil Crawley in the ITV series, Downton Abbey.

From kindergarten, Jessica aspired to be a famous dancer. After training for years in the National Youth Ballet and the Associates of the Royal Ballet of England, at the age of 15 years asked him to dance with the Kirov Ballet at the Royal Opera House in London for a summer season.

After finishing the GCSE (ESO) had many offers from schools of ballet, but she decided to go to a school of arts education. Been training for two years, but at last had three operations on his ankles, the last operation went wrong. When she woke up in the hospital told him he could not dance anymore, according to Jessica, "It broke my heart, because I had done all the training and my body was saying no, I'm not going to let" one

Because of this event and the advice of his art teacher requested a place at the School of Fine Arts of San Martín (Fine Art course at St Martin's), which was accepted. Once inside, Jessica took acting classes, through which was discovered almost immediately by a casting agent.

After being seen by these casting agents landed the lead role in the film Albatross, Niall MacCormick of released in 2011, in which she plays Emelia. Her second role, having appeared in an episode of Misfits, is as Lady Sybil Crawley in Downton Abbey series, Sybil is the youngest daughter of Mr. Grantham played by Hugh Bonneville and granddaughter Violet, widow Countess, played by Maggie Smith. Not only that, but has been mentioned in Screen International as "the new Keira Knightley" and on behalf of Vanity Fair as "a new talent to watch"

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