Annabelle Wallis is fast becoming one of the most exciting and sought-after British actresses working today, building up an impressive resume in both film and television that showcases her versatility.

Up next, Wallis will be seen in Showtime’s highly anticipated drama THE LOUDEST VOICE which follows at the rise and fall of former Chairman and CEO of Fox News, Roger Ailes and premieres on June 30th. Wallis plays Laurie Luhn, former fox staffer who, under Ailes’ mentorship, rose to head of booking at Fox News. Giving into Ailes’ growing demands, Luhn began a long abusive relationship with him where she went from the abuser to the facilitator for other younger women, perpetuating the abuse and harassment.

Wallis recently wrapped production on Robin Pront’s independent film THE SILENCING which follows the story of a reformed hunter (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) living in isolation on a wildlife sanctuary who becomes involved in a deadly game of cat and mouse when he and the local Sheriff (Wallis) set out to track a vicious killer who may have kidnapped his daughter years ago. Earlier this year, she also wrapped production on WARNING, directed by Agata Alexander. The film is centered around a futuristic crash and explores the meaning of life when various lives collide in unexpected ways.

In March 2018, Wallis shot the independent feature BOSS LEVEL opposite Mel Gibson and Frank Grillo. Written and directed by Joe Carnahan, this story documents the story of retired special forces officer Roy Pulver (Grillo) who is trapped in a never-ending time loop on the day of his death. Wallis plays Alice, a dental hygienist who hates teeth but has a huge crush on her patient, Roy. Since Roy has to repeat this particular day numerous times until he gets it right, Alice is frequently part of the repeating narrative. 

In June 2018, Wallis was seen in the Warner Bros. comedy TAG, opposite Jeremy Renner, Jon Hamm, Isla Fisher and Ed Helms. The film is based on true events, following a group of friends who play an annual game of no-holds-barred tag around the country. Wallis takes on the role of ‘Rebecca’ a reporter who catches wind of this tradition and follows the guys for her story. The film was released June 15, 2018. That same summer, she was also seen in a supporting role opposite Charlie Hunnam in KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD. Wallis played the role of ‘Maid Maggie’ alongside a cast including Jude Law and Aiden Gillan.

In June 2017, Wallis was seen in the mammoth reboot of THE MUMMY, opposite Tom Cruise. The film was the first instalment of Universal’s planned ‘Monster’ series and was directed by Alex Kurtzman. Wallis took on the role of ‘Jenny,’ an archaeologist specializing in Egyptology. 

In November 2016, Wallis starred opposite Aaron Paul in the Zach Whedon-directed action/thriller series COME AND FIND ME. She played a woman who disappears, only for her husband to discover she is not who he thought she was. Wallis was also seen opposite Armie Hammer in psychological thriller MINE from writer-directors Fabio Guaglione and Fabio Resinaro.

Prior to this, Wallis was seen in series 3 of the hugely popular and critically acclaimed PEAKY BLINDERS written by Steven Knight (EASTERN PROMISES, LOCKE). The series, which premiered in 2013 on BBC 2, saw Wallis star opposite Cillian Murphy, Helen McCrory and Sam Neill. In the six-part epic gangster story Wallis reprises her role as ‘Grace Burgess,’ a beautiful young woman with a mysterious past and dangerous secret.

In February 2016 Wallis was seen, in a scene stealing turn, as ‘Lina Smit’ in Sasha Baron Cohen’s spy comedy THE BROTHERS GRIMSBY. The feature co-starred Mark Strong, Isla Fisher and Rebel Wilson.

In 2014, Wallis took on the lead role in the Warner Bros./New Line psychological thriller and box office success, ANNABELLE. Set in the 1970s, the film tells the origin story of the ‘Annabelle’ doll, which was first seen in the 2013 hit THE CONJURING.

Early that same year, Wallis was seen in FLEMING – the four-part biopic series for Sky Atlantic about Ian Fleming that saw in Wallis in the role of ‘Muriel,’ the woman who inspired Fleming to create the ‘Bond girl.’ Directed by Mat Whitecross, Wallis co-starred alongside Dominic Cooper, Samuel West and Lara Pulver.

Her other credits include the hit Showtime series THE TUDORS as ‘Jane Seymour,’ alongside Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Henry Cavill in 2009 and the ABC series PAN AM in 2012.