Amelia Warner, born Amelia Catherine Bennett, is an English actress. She was born on June 4, 1982 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. The wife of “Fifty Shades of Grey” actor Jamie Dornan, she is known as the daughter of Alun Lewis and Annette Ekblom. A product of Fine Arts College in London, she also attended school at Goldsmiths’ College where she focused on history.
Warner was born 22 years ago in Liverpool, to TV and theatre actress Annette Ekblom, and a musician father who she won't name, and who split from Ekblom when Warner was very young. When she was six, Warner and her mum moved to a council estate on Ladbroke Grove. Amelia landed a smooth entree into cool west London society by virtue of her prettiness and her new address - 'Well, kind of. I am definitely a west London girl' - while Ekblom won a role in long-running West End production, Blood Brothers.
|Created by||Caleb Ranson|
|Written by||Caleb Ranson|
|Directed by||Alex Pillai|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||6|
|Executive producer(s)||Sandra Jobling
|Running time||60 minutes (including advertisements)|
|Production company(s)||STV Productions
|Original release||5 August– 27 August 2001|
It seems Amelia can handle just about anything, after all she’s the daughter of actress Annette Ekblom and actor Alun Lewis, being born into the showbiz definitely makes her perfect for Jamie who’s growing popularity is just the tip of the iceberg.
WITH: John Thaw (Chief Inspector Morse), Kevin Whately (Sergeant Lewis), James Grout (Chief Superintendent Strange), Meg Davies (Yvonne Harrison), Eddie Webber (Harry Repp), Anna Wilson-Jones (Sandra Harrison), Paul Freeman (Frank Harrison), James Benson (Paddy Flynn), Clare Holman (Dr. Laura Hobson), T. P. McKenna (Sir Lionel Phelps), Helen Pearson (Debbie Repp), Jesse Birdsall (John Barron), Aidan J. David (Roy Holmes), Simon Hepworth (Simon Harrison), Barbara Lott (Mrs. Bayley), Annette Ekblom (Mrs. Holmes), Sharon Maiden (Linda Barron), Alisa Bosschaert (Josie Flynn) and Barrington Pheloung (Choir Master).