Eleanor Worthington Cox is best known as a former child actress originally from Merseyside in Britain. One of her most well-known roles is that of Matilda Wormwood, whom she portrayed in Matilda the Musical. The award-winning actress is acclaimed and holds the record for the youngest person ever to receive an Olivier Award at the tender age of 10 as of March 2019.
Eleanor Worthington Cox was born Eleanor Winifred Worthington Cox on 21 June 2001 in Merseyside, England, UK. She was born to mother Jill Worthington Cox and father Andrew Cox Eleanor Worthington-Cox. She has two brothers named Benjamin Allan Cox and Joshua John Cox.
Cox is British by nationality and is White-Caucasian by ethnicity. She received training at the Formby School of Performing Arts, she started going to school when she was 2 years old. Cox also attends school in Crosby, Merseyside.
As of March 2019, there is no information about her relationships in the media as well as tabloid sources. Due to the lack of information, we can assume that she is possibly single.
Although her beauty and talents bring her worldwide fame and love from people all arund the world she is a shy personality and remains secretive about her dating life.
She also prefers not to share information regarding her past affairs with the media as well as tabloid sources.
The media rarely leaves a starlet like her alone but there are no details about her net worth in the public domain. Similarly, her earnings are also under review however the average actress earns around $39.84 per hour as per data from Chron.
Her most notable film is Maleficent which made over $758 million worldwide. She is also earning $250 a week from “Matilda”.
She started her career on film in 2014 with the movie Maleficent, where she portrayed the character of Young Princess Aurora. Then in 2018, she acted in her next film titled Action Point and in 2019 was cast in Gwen.
Her television debut came in 2015, with the TV show Cucumber. The same year she acted as Janet Hodgson in The Enfield Haunting. Then from 2015-2016, she played Polly Renfrew for 11 episodes of Hetty Feather. Likewise, in 2018 she played the role of Cait in Britannia.
Her theatre career is also as illustrious as her TV and film career. Some of her notable works are Bugsy Malone, To Kill a Mockingbird, Matilda the Musical, and Joseph, and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.