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You may recognize Ella from her roles in Never Let Me Go, Maleficent, Cyberbully, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and more...
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ORDEAL BY INNOCENCE (2017)
Role: Hester
Genre: Drama | Mystery
Status: December 2017 on BBC
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Christmas 1954. Wealthy philanthropist Rachel Argyll is murdered at her family estate Sunny Point. Her adopted son Jack Argyll is arrested for her murder. He vehemently protests his innocence..
SWEETBITTER (TV-2018)
Role: Tess
Genre: Drama
Status: Filming
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Sweetbitter follows 22-year-old Tess who, shortly after arriving in New York City, lands a job at a celebrated downtown restaurant. Swiftly introduced to the world of drugs, alcohol, love, lust, dive bars, and fine dining, she learns to navigate the chaotically alluring, yet punishing life she has stumbled upon. This is the story of a young woman’s coming-of-age, set against the rich and grimy backdrop of exclusive restaurants, conjuring a nonstop and high-adrenaline world evoking the possibility, beauty, and fragility of being young and adrift.

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Ella Purnell talks mental health, depression and the devastating effects of self-harm

Apr 11, 2018       Category: Ordeal by Innocence ,Photoshoots ,Press ,Sweetbitter       Comments: 0

But her life has not always been so easy, as she reveals to Nick Curtis

In a noisy corner of Shoreditch House, Ella Purnell plonks two cubes of sugar into her coffee.

‘No judgement, please,’ the 21-year-old actress says, her saucer-sized eyes mockingly wide.

Until now the former child star was best-known for playing juvenile versions of Keira Knightley, Angelina Jolie and Margot Robbie in Never Let Me Go, Maleficent and The Legend of Tarzan — and latterly as grist to the relentless tabloid gossip mill that ‘linked’ her to Brad Pitt and Spider-Man star Tom Holland. But this year Purnell has come of age. She is currently on screen in the Sunday-night must-see Agatha Christie adaptation, Ordeal by Innocence, and has shot her first grown-up lead role, as waitress Tess in the Starz network’s controversial adaptation of Stephanie Danler’s New York-set bestseller, Sweetbitter. She has a new role as brand ambassador for her red-carpet favourite, Chanel. And she is also a year into a relationship with James Coates, ‘a singer and a good egg’, and in a place where she can talk for the first time about the depression she suffered in her teens.

But the sad stuff can wait a little. First, we talk about her Chanel gig. ‘It’s not a hard job,’ she sparkles. ‘You get to wear amazing clothes and meet amazing people, and then, like Cinderella, you give the dress back at the end of the night.’ (Not always: she gets to keep some of them.) For this professed tomboy who hates high heels, attending couture shows with the Chanel ‘family’ was a steep learning curve.

‘I didn’t understand anything. I had to google everything,’ she says. ‘The detail that goes into couture stuff is insane. Everything is handmade, every sequin, every double stitch. I learned about the silhouettes, the textures, the colours, the fabrics, the shapes. To me, before, fashion was just jeans and a top. There, I got to try on the new collection afterwards — it takes four people to get you into a dress.’ It helps that she is tiny. She’s come to Shoreditch House from The Vault, the gym her mother and stepfather run nearby.

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Sweetbitter – Official Trailer

Mar 1, 2018       Category: Sweetbitter ,Videos       Comments: 0

You will develop a palate. Sweetbitter, based on the national bestseller, premieres Sunday, May 6 on STARZ.


Winter TCA Tour – Portraits

Jan 23, 2018       Category: Photoshoots ,Sweetbitter       Comments: 0

I’ve added 7 new portraits of Ella at the Television Critics Association’s Winter Press Tour two weeks ago in LA.


Winter TCA Tour – “Sweetbitter” Panel+Photocall

Jan 14, 2018       Category: Public Appearances ,Sweetbitter       Comments: 0

25 pictures of Ella attending the Winter TCA Tour on Friday (January 12) have been added to the gallery


Starz Sets Premiere Date for “Sweetbitter”

Jan 14, 2018       Category: Sweetbitter       Comments: 0


‘Sweetbitter’ Panel Defends Its Place In #MeToo Era

Jan 14, 2018       Category: Press ,Sweetbitter       Comments: 0

The star and creators of Starz’ new half-hour drama series Sweetbitter came to TCA today, where they took some uncharacteristically tough questions. The series is based on Stephanie Danler’s national best-selling novel of the same name about 22-year-old Tess who, shortly after arriving in New York City in 2006, lands a job at a celebrated downtown restaurant, where she’s introduced to drugs, alcohol, love, lust, dive bars, and fine dining.

TV critics, however, had #MeToo on their minds.

It’s a show about “strong women,” insisted book author and series EP Stephanie Danler.

TV critics weren’t necessarily buying it, some seeming to think it played more like a Harvey Weinstein dream, and said so, in so many words.

It’s about who Tess will become, turning from an inarticulate young woman into a strong woman who does not apologize, who knows how to say ‘no’ and is self-possessed, Danler insisted.

“Sex is a part of life, as is food,” chimed in actress Ella Purnell, who plays Tess.

The first season takes place across just two weeks as Tess goes through waitress training and getting to know her co workers, Danler said.

We see her doing a lot more than “getting to know” them, snickered a TV critic.

There is a lot of kissing, acknowledged Purnell.

They’re doing a lot more than kissing, one reporter snarked, noting he’s French.

The conversation starting to resemble too closely a Groucho Marx routine, Sweetbitter EP Stu Zicherman stepped in to explain that the series is about “complete sensory awakening.” Danler, meanwhile, described the series, visually, as a “sensory assault.”

One critic wondered whether the series was out of step with our #MeToo age. Danler did not think that takes any of the fun out of the series, adding, “I don’t think sexual harassment in the workplace is fun.” The current conversation about workplace sexual harassment has not changed “the way we are telling our story,” she said, when asked.

Zicherman said he did not want everything that’s going on in our culture to “squash what’s beautiful about romance,” pulling out that statistic about 50% of relationships beginning in the workplace.

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