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Your first online source for all things Anya Taylor-Joy. She is an American-born Argentine-British actress and model. She is best known for her role as Casey Cooke in "Split" (2017), her lead role as Thomasin in "The Witch" (2015) and more recently in "Emma" (2020) playing Emma Woodhouse. Enjoy your stay!
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InStyle Magazine

INSTYLE – Anya Taylor-Joy looks as if she were beamed here from another time. Much has been made of this fact, a function of those arresting eyes, the kind that must drive mascara wands into an identity crisis. Or, in the words of one YouTube commenter: “Anya’s face is like a cinematographer’s cheat code.” But for our purposes? The Golden Globe–winning, Emmy-nominated actress kinda was beamed here. Not only is she in California while I’m in New York, but the era of the Celebrity Zoom Interview (Tell me about that painting! Ooh, and what are those?) has not quite drawn to a close. The indefatigable 25-year-old has done six years of back-to-back projects, notably Netflix’s juggernaut hit The Queen’s Gambit and Autumn de Wilde’s adaptation of Emma. And now she is headed to Iceland to film additional scenes for Robert Eggers’s upcoming The Northman. So, cinematic as it might sound for us to have found each other in an airport, logic has dictated that I stay in my kitchen and she stays at a friend’s house in Los Angeles, where…where…OK, what are those?

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Anya for Tatler Magazine

TATLER – ‘I am attempting to be a lady,’ announces Anya Taylor-Joy between mouthfuls of a vegan breakfast burrito. It’s brunch time in a bustling farm-to-table restaurant not far from the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles, and – burrito-shovelling aside – the 25-year-old Anglo-Argentinian actress is doing a convincing job. ‘I am attempting to carry a purse,’ she laughs, signalling to the delicate white Dior handbag that perfectly complements her vintage red-and-white-checked sundress, long flowing blonde hair and white Terry de Havilland knee-high boots. ‘I am trying to look grown up. I am attempting to look professional!’

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Anya for Los Angeles Times

LA TIMES Anya Taylor-Joy posted a brief Instagram video a few weeks ago during a car ride, her hair damp, her face smeared with dirt and her smile radiant as she laughed and announced, with a hint of astonishment, “Wow … today was a very good day.” There were no words in the post’s caption, just a volcano emoji bracketed by two ice cubes.

Asked about the video, Taylor-Joy says, “That is genuinely, potentially, my happiest place,” and by “happiest place,” she does not mean Iceland, where the video was shot coming home from a recent day working on Robert Eggers’ latest movie, the Viking epic “The Northman,” nor does she necessarily mean a film set, though she will proclaim repeatedly and without prompting during a lengthy recent video conversation that she feels more at home working than she does at home or anyplace else.

 

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Anya Taylor-Joy for People Magazine

PEOPLE– Anya Taylor-Joy’s star has been on the rise since her breakthrough performance in 2015’s The Witch, but last year’s release of (and acclaim for) Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit has made her a household name.

The Emmy-nominated actress, 25, who was born in Miami and then raised in Argentina and the U.K., has already won both a SAG award and Golden Globe for her performance as Gambit’s orphaned chess prodigy, Beth Harmon, and is looking forward to an in-person Emmys experience.

I haven’t done an awards show really ever,” Taylor-Joy, who is nominated for outstanding actress in a limited series or a movie, tells PEOPLE in the latest issue. “I’m looking forward to it, but also semi-terrified because my whole awards run this year [until now] has been in front of a computer. Then I mute myself and run around my bedroom and be a psycho, essentially.

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Variety’s actors on actors

Anya and a bunch of other actors did Variety’s actors on actors event via Zoom. Anya was paired with Josh O’Connor, her co-star in Emma. Find below the video and the associated photoshoot:

Vanity Fair

VANITY FAIR – Isn’t the point of stars that they’re looked at? Couldn’t you assume, then, that stardom and some degree of vanity go hand in hand? For Anya Taylor-Joy, whose indelible performance in The Queen’s Gambit made it a global phenomenon, the twain have clearly never met. When we speak in January, the 24-year-old actor is in Los Angeles, shooting a highly secretive movie with director David O. Russell. All that’s known about the film is its outrageous cast—outrageous not just for the stature of its names but also for just how many names there are. My Google Alerts seem to bristle with additions each day: Robert De Niro, Chris Rock, Margot Robbie, Christian Bale, Mike Myers, etcetera, etcetera. The project will be Taylor-Joy’s 16th feature film in seven years. Still, with a lineup like this, she’s the rookie of the group.

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