Eloise Mumford Biography
Eloise Mumford is an American actress. She is famously known for her roles on the television series the Fifty Shades of Grey, Lone Star and The River. Through her fifth grade, she was home-schooled in Olympia, Washington. She later attended Nova Middle School.
Afterwards, she attended the Annie Wright School in Tacoma, Washington, and Capital High School in Olympia. She is an Alumni of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where she graduated in 2009. She also is an alumnus of the Atlantic Acting School.
It is while in college that her career started. She starred in director Maggie Kiley’s short film “Some Boys Don’t Leave”. In the Broadway production of Speed the Plow, she understudied Elisabeth Moss. She has also gone ahead to star in a number of other productions.
Among them; the ABC paranormal series The River in 2012 as Lena Landry and the Fox series Lone Star in 2010. She was cast in Lone Star during her first pilot season after graduating college. In the Blumhouse Productions feature Not Safe For Work she was the female lead.
Eloise Mumford also played the female lead in the indy Drones. The film was directed by Rick Rosenthal and she starred alongside Matt O’Leary. She played Anastasia Steele’s roommate, Kate Kavanagh, in the Fifty Shades of Grey film (2015), and reprised the role in the sequels Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed.
Eloise Mumford Age
Eloise Mumford was born in Olympia, Washington, United States of America. Sh was born on 24th September, 1986. Her age is currently 32 years old as of 2018.
Eloise Mumford Height
The slim bodied Eloise Mumford has a height of 5 feet 7 inches or 1.7 meters. She also has a weight of 60kg. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. Her bra size is 36B, Furthermore, her body measurements are 36-25-34 inches.
Eloise Mumford Net Worth
The American actress, Eloise Mumford, has a net worth of a whooping $2 million. She has made her great fortune from her promising career for the very few years she has been in the industry. She has left toungues wagging over her role in the famous film Fifty shades of grey. Details about her cars and property still remain unknown. We will update you on any additional information.
Eloise Mumford Family
Eloise Mumford is the daughter of Tom Mumford and Nancy Smith. She also equals as their second child. Her father was a scientist while her mother was a teacher. She comes from an academic family. No wonder she has scalled the heights of education as she even pursues he career.
Eloise Mumford has two siblings. One elder sister named Anna Mumford and one younger brother named Kai Mumford. She spent most her childhood growing up in the city of Olympia.
Eloise Mumford Husband
When an actress takes a pretty bold step to star in a film like the Fifty Shades of grey, speculations about her love life begins. Everybody wants to know whether she took the bold bet while single or while in a relationship. Eloise Mumford has been pretty secretive about her love life. There are no romours that can actually confirm whether she is in a relationship or not. We could highly assume she is single.
There have been speculations that Eloise Mumford was in a relationship with her Fifty Shades Darker movie co-star Luke Grimes. Eloise acts as Anastasia’s roommate whereas Grimes acts as Christian’s brother. She has however denied the romours in a number of interviews.
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Eloise Mumford Movies
- 2018 Fifty Shades Freed as Katherine “Kate” Kavanagh
- 2017 Fifty Shades Darker as Katherine “Kate” Kavanagh
- 2015 The Night Is Young as Sid
- 2015 Fifty Shades of Grey as Katherine “Kate” Kavanagh
- 2014 Not Safe for Work as Anna
- 2014 In the Blood Sandy as Grant
- 2013 Drones as Sue Lawson
- 2012 So Undercover as Sasha Stolezinsky/ Suzy Walters
- 2009 Some Boys Don’t Leave
Eloise Mumford TV Shows
- 2018 A Veteran’s Christmas as Captain Grace Garland
- 2017 Chicago Fire as Hope Jacquinot
- 2015 Just in Time for Christmas as Lindsay
- 2012 The River as Lena Landry
- 2012 Christmas with Holly as Maggie
- 2010 Lone Star as Lindsay
- 2009 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Vanessa
- 2009 Mercy as Hannah
- 2008 Crash Megan as Emory
Eloise Mumford Interview
Q: Is acting what you’ve always wanted to do?
Eloise Mumford: “I started doing community theater when I was eight and always, in the back of my head, thought being an actor would be incredible, but knew it wasn’t a very practical life choice. As I got older, I toyed around with the idea of being a doctor, or a high school math teacher, because I always really loved math, but at the same time, still had this burning passion to act. I think it’s because I love the idea of getting more than one lifetime, and that somehow, by being an actor and getting to inhabit other people’s stories, you get to be a doctor; you get to be a nurse; you get to be a teacher. So I applied for both pre-med and acting, but couldn’t decide what I was going to do, so I took a gap year. And I ended up going and teaching English in Transylvania.”
Q: Whoa. So then how did you get back to acting?
Eloise Mumford: “It was a really wild, transformative experience. I was living in such extreme poverty there, surrounded by people with such grace, and generosity, and love. It made me reexamine the way that I was thinking about the rest of my life. I felt incredibly lucky to be born in a situation where following my dream was an actual [possibility]. So I was like, ‘You know what? If I have the opportunity to go to NYU for acting and do this thing that is a total pipe dream, I should just do it. If it doesn’t work out, I’ll do something else. But here I am, surrounded by these kids who will never be able to have that opportunity.’ It really made me grab life by the horns and jump on. So I got an acting degree at NYU, and it’s all just been forward from there.”
Q: Now that you’ve been in all these Fifty Shades movies, do you often think about the characters and what they would do in certain situations?
Eloise Mumford: “I’ve really grown up in a lot of ways over the past four years, with this [trilogy] as either the backdrop to my life or the thing that I was actively shooting in Vancouver. I think about Kate at varying degrees, depending on what’s going on. What I really love about her is that she’s a go-getter. Sometimes, I don’t have that same personality; I tend to be a little bit shyer. So, I’ve been trying to inhabit that characteristic since the beginning of playing her on-screen.”
Q: Can you tell me a bit about Fifty Shades Freed?
Eloise Mumford: “You kind of get to see all the story lines tied up. For Kate [Kavanagh], she’s been having this love affair with Elliot, and you see that progress, so it’s fun to have a little tandem story line along Ana’s. And—as [it] happens when you graduate college, go out into the real world, and have new jobs and are facing ‘adult’ responsibilities—they still maintain a really close friendship, which is really wonderful. It’s really nice to have a story that has a happy ending. It’s a fairy tale. It’s a fantasy of a true romance.”
Q: Are those the types of movies that you like to watch?
Eloise Mumford: “I love a good rom-com. I just did a movie with Billy Crystal, [We Are Unsatisfied], so I re-watched some of his old movies just for fun. When Harry Met Sally is such a masterpiece. I also like the more dramatic, dark comedy, drama world. Like The Handmaid’s Tale—which is not comedy at all. But that vibe, I think, is being found a lot on television right now.”
Q: Is it still true that you wouldn’t work on a project that doesn’t empower women?
Eloise Mumford: “Yeah. I think about 13-year-old me, who was such a strong feminist. I’ve never lost that thread in my life; it’s actually become more and more of a way that I define myself. It’s important to me to put my actions where my heart is, and to not support stories that I believe are detrimental. Working with lots of women is really important to me. Female leads in films—it was so fun to watch Dakota work so fearlessly in Fifty Shades, and what an incredible example of an actress who took a film and made it her own. We are all in the same boat right now of being like, ‘Finally!’ Finally we’re talking about this stuff [such as Time’s Up and #MeToo] in a way that feels like it might actually be a movement. There’s a lot of work to be done, but we’re finally starting.”