Morfydd Clark started her acting career in theater and made her on-screen debut with a small role in the TV series New Worlds in 2014.
It was then followed by four movie projects all at once, which include The Falling, Madame Bovary, Two Missing, and A Poet in New York. All were released in 2014.
Since then, she has appeared in many movies and TV series with a total of more than twenty roles which helped her obtain the reputation of being versatile.
Some of the TV series she has starred in so far include His Dark Materials (2019), Patrick Melrose (2018), The City and the City (2018), The Alienist (2018), and Arthur & George (2015).
Her big breakthrough, however, came in 2019 when she played the main role in the movie Saint Maud. Her performance there earned her multiple accolades.
In 2022, she was set to join the cast of the TV series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.
She appeared in the series alongside other talented actors such as Joseph Mole and Robert Aramayo.
- Real Name: Morfydd Clark
- Stage Name: Morfydd Clark
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- Nickname: Morfydd
- Birthday: March 17, 1989
- Birthplace: Sweden
- Zodiac Sign: Pisces
- Nationality: British, Welsh
- Height: 5’7” (170 cm)
- Weight: 51 kg (112 lbs)
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- Religion: Christianity
- Profession: Actress
- Education: Kings Monkton, National Youth Theatre of Wales, British Youth Music Theatre
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- Morfydd was born in Sweden but moved to Wales with her family when she was two years old.
- She suffered from ADHD and Dyslexia and had to leave school because of them.
- Morfydd can speak English and Welsh fluently. She can also speak a little bit of Swedish.
- Her name means beloved maiden in Welsh.
- She cannot dance.
- Her mother is Welsh while her father is Scottish.
- She often had The Lord of The Rings (2001) movie marathon with her friends at school.
- Morfydd fainted after she heard the news that she got a role in the TV series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (2022).
- She enjoys staycation.
- Morfydd has a sister she is very close with.
- She can draw.
- Morfydd likes climbing.
- She also likes to sing a song to her sister.
- Morfydd loves farming and always enjoys the process of lambing.
- She has a pet dog.
- Morfydd was involved in a lot of theatrical plays when she was younger.
- Her ideal type is…
- Her net worth is around $4.5 million.
- Hamlet (-), as Ophelia
- The Duchess of Malfi (2022), as
- Starve Acre (2022), as Juliette
- Eternal Beauty (2019), as Young Jane
- Saint Maud (2019), as Maud
- The Personal History of David Copperfield (2019), as Clara Copperfield
- Crawl (2019), as Beth
- Outsiders (2018), as Mari
- The Man Who Invented Christmas (2017), as Kate Dickens
- Interlude in Prague (2017), as Zuzanna Lubtak
- Behind the Scenes of Love & Friendship (2016), as Frederica Vernon
- The Prevailing Winds (2016), as Anna
- The Call Up (2016), as Shelly
- National Theatre Live: Les Liaisons Dangereuses (2016), as Cécile Volanges
- Love & Friendship (2016), as Frederica Vernon
- Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016), as Georgiana
- The Falling (2014), as Miss Pamela Charron
- Madame Bovary (2014), as Camille
- Two Missing (2014), as Eva
- A Poet in New York (2014), as Nancy Wickwire
- The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (Amazon Prime Video | 2022), as Galadriel
- Dracula (Netflix | 2020), as Mina
- His Dark Materials (HBO | 2019), as Sister Clara
- Patrick Melrose (Showtime | 2018), as Debbie Hickman
- The City and the City (BBC 2 | 2018), as Yolanda Stark
- The Alienist (TNT | 2018), as Caroline Bell
- Arthur & George (ITV | 2015), as Mary
- New Worlds (Channel 4 | 2014), as Amelia
- Today (NBC | 2022), as a guest
- Entertainment Tonight (YouTube | 2022), as a guest
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS | 2022), as a guest
- BAFTA 2021 (BBC | 2021), as the nominee
- Sky News Breakfast (Sky News | 2021), as a guest
- Girls on Film (Playboy Channel | 2021), as a guest
- 2021 London Critics’ Circle Film Awards – British/Irish Actress of the Year – Saint Maud and Eternal Beauty
- 2020 Dublin Film Critics’ Circle – Breakthrough Award – Saint Maud and The Personal History of David Copperfield
- 2021 British Independent Film Awards – Best Actress – Saint Maud
- 2021 British Academy Film Awards – Rising Star Award – Morfydd Clark
Morfydd Clark is an actress who is known for her vast range of roles. Throughout the years, she has carried out pretty much every type of role in the realm of movies and TV series.