Rose Leslie has made a name for herself in the acting world, particularly known for her standout roles in popular series like “Game of Thrones” and “Downton Abbey.” She’s also a recipient of a Scottish BAFTA award.
As a child, Rose moved to France and later to England where she attended Millfield School in Somerset. Driven by her aspiration to act, she moved to London at 18 to enroll at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
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Rose Leslie Wiki & Biography
Date Of Birth
February 9, 1987
Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Movie Now Is GoodTV Show Banged Up Abroad
Rose Leslie’s Net Worth
USD $4 million approx.
Height, Weight, and Color
Height in cm
Height in Meters
Height in Feet Inches
5 feet 6 inches
Rose Leslie’s Family and Relatives
Candida Mary Sibyl Leslie
William Arbuthnot-Leslie, John Arbuthnot-Leslie
Boyfriends / Girlfriends
Kit Harington(m. 2018)
Rose Leslie Education School and Colleges
Graduated with a BA Degree
Rayne North Primary School in Aberdeenshire, Millfield School in Street in Somerset.
College & University
The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).
Favourites Things Of Rose Leslie
Favorite TV Shows
Interesting Facts About Rose Leslie
Born in the Scottish city of Aberdeen, Rose spent her childhood in her family’s historical 15th-century castle, Lickleyhead Castle.
Rose launched her acting career in 2008, making her first appearance in a Channel 5 show called “Banged Up Abroad.”
She gained significant recognition for her role in the TV movie “New Town,” which won her a Scottish BAFTA for Best Acting Performance. Additionally, she portrayed Ygritte in “Game of Thrones” and Gwen Dawson in “Downton Abbey,” roles that have contributed to her fame.
Rose found love on the set of “Game of Thrones,” starting a relationship with Kit Harington, her co-star. The pair wed in June 2018 at Rayne Church in Scotland’s Aberdeenshire.
When not acting, Rose enjoys an active lifestyle that includes running, tennis, skiing, and rock climbing.
While attending the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, she took part in various plays like “Can-Can,” “Pericles,” “The Learned Ladies,” “Uncle Vanya,” and “Antigone.”
Adding another layer of intrigue to her story, Rose is a descendant of some remarkable individuals, including her mother’s great-grandfather Simon Fraser, who traced back to King Charles II, and another great-grandfather, Frederick Weld, the sixth Prime Minister of New Zealand.