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Ella Smith was an actress known for her dramatic film roles. Smith began her acting career appearing mainly in films, such as the Fredric March dramatic adaptation "The Young Doctors" (1961) and "St. Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold" (2009). Her film career continued throughout the 2010s in productions like the comedy "Burke and Hare" (2011) with Andy Serkis and the drama "Womb" (2012) with Eva Green. Several more television roles followed in the 2010s, including stints on "Babylon" (SundanceTV, 2014-15) and "Hoff The Record" (UKTV, 2014-15). More recently, she continued to act in "The Wedding Video" (2014) with Lucy Punch, the Cate Blanchett hit dramatic adaptation "Cinderella" (2015) and the Nicholas Hoult music-packed adaptation "Kill Your Friends" (2015). Most recently, Smith acted in "The Voices" (2015) with Ryan Reynolds.

Ella Smith was an actress known for her dramatic film roles. Smith began her acting career appearing mainly in films, such as the Fredric March dramatic adaptation "The Young Doctors" (1961) and "St. Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold" (2009). Her film career continued throughout the 2010s in productions like the comedy "Burke and Hare" (2011) with Andy Serkis and the drama "Womb" (2012) with Eva Green. Several more television roles followed in the 2010s, including stints on "Babylon" (SundanceTV, 2014-15) and "Hoff The Record" (UKTV, 2014-15). More recently, she continued to act in "The Wedding Video" (2014) with Lucy Punch, the Cate Blanchett hit dramatic adaptation "Cinderella" (2015) and the Nicholas Hoult music-packed adaptation "Kill Your Friends" (2015). Most recently, Smith acted in "The Voices" (2015) with Ryan Reynolds.

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 Voices, The (2014)
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 Womb (2011)
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 Burke and Hare (2011)
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