Anya Taylor Joy sexy outfit- see photos

Anya Taylor Joy sexy outfit- see photos

Anya Taylor-Joy was born on April 16, 1996 in Miami, Florida to psychologist Jennifer and former banker Dennis. She is of English and Spanish descent on her mother’s side and of English, Scottish, and Argentine ancestry on her father’s side. Taylor-Joy’s birthplace of Miami is where her parents happened to be vacationing at the time of her birth; because of this, she holds American citizenship in addition to British and Argentine citizenship. She is the youngest of six children, four of whom are from her father’s prior marriage.

During her early childhood, Taylor-Joy was raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and went to Northlands School. She eventually moved with her family to London, England, where she went to Hill House International Junior School and Queen’s Gate School. Up until the age of 15, she trained in ballet. Taylor-Joy eventually dropped out of school at the age of 16, attributing her decision to constant bullying from her peers.

In 2015, Taylor-Joy had her breakthrough role in her very first feature film: Robert Eggers’ supernatural folk-horror film “The Witch.” In the film, she plays the main role of Thomasin, the adolescent daughter of a Puritan family terrorized by malevolent forces in 1630s New England. A major critical and commercial success, “The Witch” drew strong praise for Taylor-Joy’s performance. Following this, Taylor-Joy starred in three films in 2016. They were the science-fiction thriller “Morgan,” in which she played the titular character; the biographical drama “Barry,” in which she portrayed a composite character based on various college girlfriends of Barack Obama; and the psychological thriller “Split,” in which she played a girl kidnapped by a man with dissociative identity disorder. Taylor-Joy subsequently starred in the acclaimed black-comedy thriller “Thoroughbreds,” playing a high-school student who devises a plan to murder her stepfather. She also appeared in the horror-mystery film “Marrowbone,” costarring George MacKay, Mia Goth, Matthew Stagg, and Charlie Heaton.


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