Elli Darcey-Alden is a former English child actress best known for her portrayal of young Lily Potter in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows- Part 2. Elli is also known for her work in TV series Robin Hood, Holby City, Doctor Who, Borgia, and more. Darcey was also nominated for John Raitt Award for Youth for her outstanding performance in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Ellie May Darcey-Alden was born on 4th September 1999 in Yarnton, Oxford, England. She was born to mother Sarah Dawn, a housewife, and father Philip Rodney, a production senior director on Falcon 9 for SpaceX.
Darcey holds English nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. She grew up alongside her younger brother Joseph and half-siblings James Philip and Rebecca Charlotte.
Ellie attended Edward Feild Primary School located in Kidlington from 2005 to 2011. She then enrolled in Stagecoach Theatre Arts School in Oxford until 2013. Next, she went to Palos Verdes High School and graduated on 7th June 2018.
In July 2017, Alden joined the RADA Youth Company: Acting summer team. She then began her acting classes with John Rosenfeld Studios in West Hollywood in November 2018.
Ellie is single as of 2019. She seems focused on her studies and career rather than being involved in a relationship.
The 20-year-old likes to live a private life and keep information related to her personal life under wraps. Hopefully, she will let her fans know more about her love life.
Although the former actress has not revealed her fortunes, however, she surely has a net worth in six to seven digits. She generates a decent sum of money from her acting career.
An actor/actress in England earns around $238.69 per day to $1,624 per week. According to various sources, they can earn up to 84,448 per year.
Alden made her acting debut appearing in small roles on the British Stage and television in 2007. Since her debut, she has appeared in several tv shows and films like Tess of the D’Urbervilles, Robin Hood, Welcome to the Punch, Borgia, and more.
She played Lily Potter in the film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 back in the summer of 2008. The film collected $1.342 billion at the box office and was made under the budget of $250 million.
Her recent work credits include The Nameless, Remnants, and How to Identify a Serial Killer.