Charlotte Hope is an English actress. Born on October 15, 1990, in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, the 29-year-old is most known for her work in TV series like Whitechapel, Game of Thrones, The Spanish Princess, and Bancroft.
Most recently, she was seen in the Netflix biographical sports miniseries, The English Game.
These are seven facts about Charlotte Hope:
Hope is perhaps most well known for playing Myranda, the sadistic mistress of Ramsey Bolton (Iwan Rheon), in the HBO fantasy drama mega-hit, Game of Thrones.
She first made an appearance in the show's third season and made recurring appearances until she met her end in the season five finale.
Hope recently starred in the Netflix six-part biographical sports miniseries, The English Game, that premiered on March 20, 2020.
The series tells the story of the origins of modern football in England and how it went from being a game indulged in by the rich to a sport that transcends socio-economic class.
The series starred Edward Holcroft as Arthur Kinnaird and Kevin Guthrie as Fergus Suter. They are flanked by Hope as Margaret Alma Kinnaird, Niamh Walsh as Martha Almond, James Harkness as Jimmy Love, and Craig Parkinson as James Walsh.
Charlotte Hope has had an interesting career in movies, to say the least. She has appeared in musicals, dramas, horrors, and everything in between.
Her feature movie debut came in a bit role in the 2012 musical, Les Misérables, starring an ensemble that included Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Russell Crowe, and Eddie Redmayne, among others.
She performed opposite Eddie Redmayne in the 2014 Stephen Hawking biopic, The Theory of Everything. She played Philippa Hawking, the younger sister of Stephen (played by Redmayne).
She also played Sister Victoria in the 2018 gothic supernatural horror movie, The Nun. The movie is the spin-off and the fifth installment in The Conjuring horror movie franchise.
Hope also starred in the Starz historical drama, The Spanish Princess, as Catherine of Aragon.
The continuation of the miniseries The White Queen and The White Princess, the series premiered on May 5, 2019, with a second concluding season set to premiere sometime in 2020.
Charlotte stepped into the main cast of the second season of the ITV crime thriller, Bancroft, as Annabel Connors.
The second season aired in January 2020, and like the first season, polarized viewers and critics.
Hope starred alongside Sarah Parish, who played the titular DC Superintendent Elizabeth Bancroft, with Faye Marsay, Adam Long, Adrian Edmondson, Charles Babalola, Lee Boardman, and Ryan Mcken, in supporting roles.
Hope has been a part of numerous British television series.
She played Abigail Harding in the police procedural drama series, Waking the Dead, in 2011.
She then played Eleanor Campbell in a handful of episodes of the BBC One medical drama, Holby City, from 2012 to 2013.
She also made guest appearances in the first season of the BBC period-action-drama, The Musketeers, as Charlotte Mellendorf in 2014.
According to numerous sites, Charlotte Hope's net worth is estimated to be as high as $8 million, which is a testament to her innate talent at acting, considering she made her debut only a decade ago, in 2010.
She is perhaps most well-known for playing Myranda in the HBO blockbuster fantasy series, Game of Thrones, which is one of the most successful television shows in history.
Besides Game of Thrones, she has been part of numerous other acclaimed TV series like Waking the Dead, Holby City, Whitechapel, The Musketeers, Bancroft, The Spanish Princess, and most recently, The English Game.
She has also had acting credits in movies like Les Misérables, The Theory of Everything, and The Nun, thereby bolstering her net worth to the high seven figures.