Georgina Rylance

Georgina Rylance


4/20/1979, London, England

Birth Name

Georgina Elizabeth Rylance



Also Known As

Georgie Rylance
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Georgina is the daughter of Judge John Rylance. She went to St Paul's Girls School, London, Downe House, Berkshire, St Edward's School, Oxford and Oxford Brookes University, where she took a degree in Politics. She then trained for an acting career at the London Academy of Music and…more


Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

    • She has been described as "a more beautiful Kristin Scott Thomas".

    • Her first screen role was as Amabel in Howard Davies's TV movie Armadillo (2001). Rick Blaine's review commented - "Do see this gem, but try to get a copy sent over from England, or better yet, move to England."

    • According to an official search engine, there's only one Georgina Rylance in the United Kingdom. She is unique!

    • Georgina is the daughter of Judge John Rylance, a circuit judge on England's South Eastern Circuit.

    • Georgina trained for an acting career at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).

    • She took a B.A. degree in Politics with honours at Oxford Brookes University.

    • Georgina went to St Paul's Girls School, London, then (as a boarder) to Downe House, Berkshire, and St Edward's School, Oxford, where she passed three 'A' levels.

    • Georgina's family and friends call her Georgie.

    • In the Poirot adventure The Mystery of the Blue Train, Georgina plays Poirot's client, Katherine Grey.

  • Quotes

    • Georgina Rylance: Doing a film or a long series is great because you get to learn so much more about the character and you have time to build upon what you are doing.

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  • Enchanting

    Just watched her on Poirot - Mystery of the Blue train.

    Intially, I mistook her for Piper Perabo. She is beautiful in the Julia Roberts sense. Very elegant. Just want to keep gazing at her. I am absolutely smitten by her.

    She played the character of katherine Grey very well. She conveyed the innocence of the character perfectly. You just want to take care of her the way Hercule Poirot wanted to. At the end of the episode, one could easily understand why Poirot got sentmental when saying good bye to her. A truly beautiful girl she is. :)

    I hope she does more work on TV and movies.moreless