Rachel Hurd-wood biography

Rachel Clare Hurd was born on 17 August 1990 in the Streatham, situated the district of south London. She is an English actress and model. She is married and has one child. Her father’s name Philip Hurd-Wood. He is an actor and writer. Her father worked performing, writing scripts, and doing voice-overs for commercials. Her mother’s name is Sarah Hurd-Wood. Rachel’s younger brother’s name is Patrick, who appeared with her in the movie scene Peter Pan as one of the sleeping children in the “I Do Believe In Fairies.” Rachel Hurd-Wood lived in London till the age of eight years.

When she was eight years old, she and her family moved to a Victorian cottage at the edge of a leafy forest in Godalming, Surrey. She returned to London at the age of eighteen and lived in a shared flat, pursuing her university college London in linguistics. Before her 21st birthday, she moved back into her own house in London.


She has gotten initial education from 2001 to2006 for her GCSE with Art, English Literature, Psychology, and Philosophy as subjects. After then she appeared sixth-from Godalming College from 2006 to2008 to study for her GCS Advanced Levels with Art, Psychology, and Philosophy as subjects. She had thought about a marine biologist. When she had gotten an idea, she considers she was not very good at it. She had gotten a linguistics degree from 2008 at university college London left her course after a year and decided to focus entirely on her acting career.


She started her career in acting in 2002 when she decided on the role of Wendy Darling. She went to the gold Coast, Australia, for eight months of filming and archived good reviews. The person who involved in this career face many difficulties contrary she bears her profession with a heavy heart.


Model, Actress. She also became interested in working with children who have special needs or disabilities and considers their needs. She responded to her activities with heart and soul. Her profession choices to inspire her father.



  • 2015, Home Fire
  • 2017-present, Clique


Best performance in a feature film.


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