Who is Connie Jenkins-Greig?
Connie is an English actress, probably best known to the world as Young Violet in the TV mini-series “Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story” (2023), in addition to several other roles she’s had so far in her career.
Connie Jenkins-Greig Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Connie Jenkins-Greig was born on 18 November 2003, in London, England. In terms of her family, identities of Connie Jenkins’s parents remain undisclosed to the public, however, Connie has a brother, Hector Jenkins-Greig, who is a child actor and has appeared in such films as “The Last” (2019) and “The Dead Collectors” (2021). Regarding her educational background, Connie hasn’t disclosed details about her schooling or formal education.
Connie Jenkins-Greig embarked on her acting journey with a couple of minor roles. In 2015, she made her debut as a video dancer in the film “No Boundaries”.
The same year, Connie appeared in “Hanging Tree”, in yet another minor role. However, these early experiences laid the foundation for her promising career in the entertainment industry.
Connie’s path to stardom began in 2016 with her appearance in the TV series “New Blood”, in which she played the role of Gail Meadow’s Daughter (uncredited). This crime drama series featured stars such as Mark Strepan and Ben Tavassoli, and revolves around two junior investigators working on complex cases for the Serious Fraud Office.
The same year, Connie took on two differing roles, as Orphan and Chorister in the TV series “Mr. Selfridge” in two separate episodes. This historical drama series starred Jeremy Piven, and told the story of the famous London department store during the early 20th century.
In 2017, Connie Jenkins-Greig made her film debut with “The Take Down”, portraying Amber in this action-packed film, which starred Jack Jagodka and marks her transition from television to the big screen. The film follows the story of a group of teens who must use their martial arts skills to protect their city from a dangerous criminal organization.
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Continuing her journey in the world of entertainment, Connie appeared in the short film “Child of a Dead Man” in 2018, in which she took on the role of Young Emily. While this may have been a short film, it provided her with another opportunity to showcase her acting prowess.
In 2019, Connie was part of the film “The Kid Who Would Be King“. Although her role as the Student Fight Commander went uncredited, this fantasy-adventure film featured an ensemble that included Angus Imrie, Louis Ashbourne Serkis, Tom Taylor and Rhianna Dorris, and is still a big name in her acting portfolio.
The film tells the story of a young boy who stumbles upon the legendary sword Excalibur, and must unite his friends and enemies to face an ancient evil.
In 2020, Connie took on the role of Isabel in “Solitary”, a contained sci-fi film directed and written by Luke Armstrong. The movie starred Johnny Sachon, Lottie Tolhurst and Michael Condron alongside her, and is a gripping tale about a man who awakens inside a confined room, only to realize that he’s a prisoner sent into space to establish Earth’s first colony. To make matters worse, his cellmate Alana is determined to destroy everything.
In 2021, Connie Jenkins-Greig continued to expand her repertoire with two notable projects. First, in “Persistence of the Past”, directed by Joseph Cassidy and written by Terry Newman, Connie portrayed Teenage Ruth. The film tells the story of an elderly Jewish woman, Ruth, who having survived the Nazi regime, remains resolute in her belief that no accommodation can ever be made to anti-Semitism.
Next, in “The Dead Collectors” (2021), directed by Brendan Cleaves and written by Brendan Cleaves, Craig Gilmore and Craig Tuohy, Connie took on the role of Jane. The short film is set in an alternate reality during a pandemic, focusing on two individuals assigned the grim task of collecting the deceased. Connie shared the screen with stars Ivan Kaye and Elliot James Langridge.
Rise to Stardom
After an empty 2022, in 2023, Connie continued to build on her acting career. In the short film “Fat Girl”, in which she was a Schoolgirl, she shared the screen with Stella Stevens. Additionally, Connie was part of the cast in “Love Without Walls”, a project that featured Shana Swash and Niall McNamee.
However, it was the role of Young Violet in “Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story” also in 2023 that catapulted Connie to stardom. This limited historical drama series, created by Shonda Rhimes for Netflix, is a prequel spin-off of the immensely popular Netflix series “Bridgerton”.
The plot of the series loosely revolves around the rise to prominence and power of Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz in the late 18th century. It features two plot lines, one in the present of “Bridgerton” beginning in 1817, and the other starting in 1761, focusing on Charlotte meeting and marrying British King George 111. It gained immense popularity, debuting at number one in 91 countries, including the US, the UK, Australia, India, South Africa and Canada, making it a remarkable success.
The series features a notable cast, including India Amarteifio as young Queen Charlotte (1761), Corey Mylchreest as young King George III (1761), and Golda Rosheuvel as Queen Charlotte (1817). Connie’s role as Young Violet in this prequel spin-off, set in the richly established “Bridgerton” universe, firmly established her as a rising star in the entertainment industry.
According to authoritative sources, Connie Jenkins-Greig’s net worth is estimated at close to $225,000, as of late 2023.
Personal Life, Dating, Boyfriend, Single
Connie Jenkins-Greig has been very secretive about her personal life. However, according to online reports, she’s currently single and solely focused on her rising career. Though some media have linked her romantically to some of her co-stars, Connie has been silent on the matter.
Appearance and Body Measurements
Connie Jenkins-Greig has green eyes and brown hair. She stands at a height of 5ft 1in (1.55m), weighs approximately 115lbs (52kgs), with vital statistics of 32-26-35, bra size 32B.