Who is Connie Jenkins-Greig?
British actress Connie Jenkins-Greig was born under the zodiac sign Scorpio on 18 November 2003, in London, England. She has 17 acting credits, and is perhaps known best for portraying Young Violet in three episodes of the popular 2023 romantic historical mini-series “Queen Charlotte: Bridgerton Story”, which starred Michelle Fairley and India Amarteifio, and follows young Charlotte who’s about to marry King George against her will; the mini-series won two of the 12 awards for which it was nominated.
Education and early life
Connie was raised alongside her brother Hector Jenkins-Greig in London, by their parents about whom Connie’s yet to speak in public as they prefer to stay away from media; her father’s believed to be a firefighter and her mother a nurse.
Connie fell in love with acting at the age of seven, as she began watching movies and TV series on a daily basis with her family. She was 11 when she made her debut film appearance, playing Tribute in the 2015 drama “Hanging Tree”, and the same year saw her portray Dancer in the crime drama movie “No Boundaries”.
She rarely speaks about her education in public but it’s known that she studied at a local high school and was into a couple of activities during her time there, as she was a cheerleader, played tennis and appeared in a couple of school plays. Connie matriculated in 2022, and hasn’t enrolled at college, wanting to focus on her career.
Roles in TV series
Connie’s debut TV series role was playing both Orphan and Chorister in two episodes (2016) of the popular historical drama “Mr Selfridge”, which starred Tom Goodman-Hill, Jeremy Piven and Ron Cook, and was created by Andrew Davies. The series following the life of the founder of London’s department store Selfridge, it aired from 2013 through 2016 and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series.
Connie’s only other TV series role has been portraying Gail Meadow’s Daughter in the 2016 episode “Case 1, Part 2” of the crime mystery “New Blood”, which starred Mark Addy, Ben Tavassoli and Mark Strepan, and was created by Anthony Horowitz; it follows young investigators Rash and Stefan as they’re working on a strange new case.
Roles in movies
In 2016, Connie portrayed Dancer in the drama “Fat Sam Grand Slam”, and some of her following roles were in the 2017 action crime thriller “The Take Down”, the 2018 short action “Child of a Dead Man” and the 2019 action family adventure “The Kid Who Would Be King”.
Also in 2019, she portrayed Apocalypse Survivor in the short drama “27th Raindance Film Festival”, and the following year saw her star as Isabel in the science fiction thriller “Solitary”, which also starred Lottie Tolhurst and Johnny Cashon, and was written and directed by Luke Armstrong; it follows a man who’s just awoken in a prison cell on a spaceship and has learned that he’s been sent to form Earth’s first colony in space.
The year 2021 saw Connie appear in three movies: the short drama “Persistence of the Past”, the short crime drama “I Am Your Sister” and the short comedy “The Dead Collectors”. In 2023, she played Day Center Guest in the romantic musical “Love Without Walls”, which starred Darren Kent, Sheila Reid and Adam Deacon, and was written and directed by Jane Gull. It follows a young married couple who’ve become homeless, and the film won three of its seven award nominations.
Connie’s only other movie role has been starring as Schoolgirl in the 2023 short drama “Fat Girl”, which also starred India Lillie Davies and Carla Colado, and was written and directed by Makez Rikweda; it follows a lonely teenage girl who’s become obsessed with a TikTok star, and is now trying to look the same as her.
Connie Jenkins-Greig plays 12-year-old Violet Ledger in ‘Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story’ pic.twitter.com/sOQjCqWUfc
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Connie worked as a sound assistant on the 2021 short drama movie “Forever and Always”.
She was a production assistant on the 2022 short thriller movie “Find the Light” and the 2023 short film “Fat Girl”, and in the same year an art department assistant on the romantic musical film “Love Without Walls”.
Love life and boyfriend
Connie shies away from sharing the details of her love life with her fans, and even though she’s yet to mention the boys whom she’s perhaps dated, it’s widely believed that she’s today in a relationship with a non-celebrity British boy.
Some of Connie’s fans have claimed to have seen her and her boyfriend walking hand-in-hand in the streets of London, however, no evidence has been provided to support these claims, nor has Connie addressed the rumors.
There are also some who believe the popular actress to be lesbian, claiming that this might be why she doesn’t speak about her love life in public, but this hasn’t been confirmed either.
Connie seems to be single as of October 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.
Interesting facts and hobbies
Connie enjoys being active on the internet, and is today followed by over 55,000 people on Instagram, while she’s following back 365; she’s uploaded close to 50 pictures and videos onto the network, with most showing her during her everyday life, whether she’s shopping for clothes, shooting for her movies, or relaxing at the beach.
She’s into fashion and reads a number of fashion magazines every day; Connie’s also a model but is yet to have a breakthrough.
She likes summer as she enjoys snorkeling, scuba diving and sun tanning at the beach.
Connie’s a huge lover of animals and her favorites are horses; she’s an avid horseback rider.
One of her favorite actresses is Maggie Smith, and some of her favorite films are the franchise “Harry Potter”, “Downton Abbey”, and “Downton Abbey: A New Era”.
Appearance and net worth
Connie’s age is 19. Her hair and eyes are brown, she weighs around 100lbs (45kgs) and is 5ft 1in (1.55m) tall.
Connie’s net worth’s been estimated at over $220,000, as of October 2023.