Date of Birth
9 December 1995, Ilkley, Yorkshire, England, UK
Georgina Helen Henley
5' 4" (1.63 m)
Georgina Helen Henley was born July 9, 1995 in Ilkley, Yorkshire, England, the youngest of three daughters of Mike and Helen Henley. When she was young, she joined a local drama group called "Upstagers". It was there that she started her acting career, participating in stage performances such as "Babushka: A Christmas Story" and "The Pied Piper", prior to landing her first role in a film.
When Pippa Hall, casting director for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005) came to Georgie's town in search of children to play the four Pevensies, she knew Georgie was perfect for the role of "Lucy" after only one audition. Finally, after 18 months of auditioning, Georgie was picked from thousands of girls to play "Lucy Pevensie" in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005), which was her movie debut. She reprised her role in The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008) and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010). Georgie's promotion of the three Narnia films took her to New York, Orlando, Tokyo, Paris, and lots of other places around the world.
Georgie has finished 6th form this summer at Bradford Grammar School, and will be attending Cambridge University, starting in fall 2013, to study English. She is no longer a part of her drama club "Upstagers", but hopes to continue her acting career on the big screen, and has also done some theater work at her school. In her free time, she enjoys watching films with her friends, and listening to and writing music. She says that if she doesn't keep acting in the future, she'd like to teach, or experiment with music or writing.
She was brought up in Ilkley, West Yorkshire
As a thank-you gift for being in his movie, Andrew Adamson gave each of the children an iPod. When Georgie got hers, she thanked him whole-heartedly, but, once he was out of earshot, she turned to her mother and said, "What is it?".
While filming The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005), she wrote two books. One titled "The Snow Stag", the other "A Pillar of Secrets". She later donated them to WWF.
Has two older sisters, Rachael Henley and Laura Henley.
Parents are Helen and Mike Henley.
Whilst filming The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005), she was thrown a party to celebrate her 9th birthday (July 2004).
Her elder sister Rachael Henley played the older version of Lucy in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005).
Kept a tape-recorded journal recording her experiences during the filming of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005). Some of this was later published in a book about the making of the film.
Attended Bradford Grammar School, West Yorkshire and was part of the Ilkley Upstagers' Theatre Group when she was younger.
Since the release of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005), Georgie has appeared in the stage version of Babes In The Wood with her local theater group, which ran from 27th January to 4th February 2006.
Georgie passed the GCSEs at Bradford Grammar School in August 2011. She received 8 A*s and 2 As in English Language, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, French, History, Latin, Russian, English Literature, and Maths.
Georgie had to learn to speak with a Canadian accent for her role as "Beth" in Perfect Sisters (2014).
Earned an A* in History and A grades in English and Latin for her A-levels in 2013.
She was accepted to Cambridge University in fall of 2013, she is studying English.
Studied A-levels at Bradford Grammar School. [December 2011]
Georgie has stated that she is terrible at bike riding and that she had stabilizers until she was age 10.
Her most treasured possession is a picture of British claymation characters Wallace and Gromit that creator Nick Park drew for her at Britain's Empire Movie Awards in 2011.
On working on the movie: "It is quite tiring and it was a bit overwhelming at first, but everyone is doing everything they can to help, so it's cool."
Lucy is quite a lot like me in a way so it was very easy to slip into her character. Lucy's the youngest of the four Pevensies and nobody takes her opinions seriously as the story begins. When she opens this wardrobe, she's in a new world and she feels as though her feelings mean something there. (Narnia production notes)
[on filming The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010), without Anna Popplewell and William Moseley] Normally, I'm the most annoying one. So it's going to be a shame for Skandar, when Anna or Will aren't around to shut me up.