Hannah Murray has attracted critical acclaim for her roles across film, television, and theatre. She was most recently seen starring as infamous ‘Leslie van Houten’ in Charlie Says, directed by Mary Harron, centered on the true story of three young women sentenced to death during the trial of notorious cult leader Charles Manson. She returned to screens to reprise the role of fan favourite character ‘Gilly’ in the eighth and final series of the internationally award-winning fantasy drama Game of Thrones. Hannah starred alongside Kaitlyn Dever and John Boyega in the true crime drama Detroit, directed by Kathryn Bigelow. Her portrayal of ‘Sara’ in Jeppe Ronde’s Bridgend won the Tribeca Film Festival’s Best Actress Award in 2016. Stage credits include the title role in Jean-Jacques Bernard’s Martine at The Finborough Theatre, and ‘Mia’ in Polly Stenham’s That Face, at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London’s West End. Hannah first caught attention in her breakout role as ‘Cassie’ in the original cast of Skins. Her performance won her a nomination for the Golden Nymph award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series at the 2008 Monte-Carlo TV Festival. She reprised the role of ‘Cassie’ in E4’s Skins Pure, one of three special episodes. Other notable credits include: The Chosen, alongside Julian Sands, Stuart Murdoch’s God Help the Girl, Dark Shadows, Chatroom, Womb, and The Numbers Station. Murray studied English at Queens’ College, Cambridge.