Anya Taylor-Joy’s 9 Best Movies And TV Shows To Date
How did Anya Taylor-Joy establish herself as one of the most sought-after actresses of her generation when she worked for less than a decade? By radiating star power, choosing prickly and alluring characters to play, and delivering one masterful performance after another. This spring, she will return to the big screen with The man from the north, the breathtaking Viking epic by Robert Eggers. After that? Look for her in David O Russell’s top-secret new project opposite Margot Robbie; in Succession by director Mark Mylod The menu; as the titular action hero in George Miller Furiosa; and in an adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov by Scott Frank, co-creator of The Queen’s Gambit.
As she appears on the cover of British vogueIn its April issue, we shortlisted the formidable 25-year-old’s nine most memorable movies and TV shows to date.
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The witch (2015)
At just 18, the actor shot to prominence as a wide-eyed, watchful farmer’s daughter accused of witchcraft in 17th-century New England in Robert Eggers’ cult horror. It remains deliciously unreadable until the breathtaking final sequence.