|In the Country of the Last Things||Actor||Anne Blume||7|
|Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiars||2016||Actor||(in talks)||20167|
|Kingdom of Heaven||2005||Actor||Sibylla||20057|
|300: Rise of an Empire||2014||Actor||Artemisia||20147|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live||2014 2012, 2014||Guest||n/a||1|
|White Bird in a Blizzard||2014||Actor||Eve Connor||20147|
|The British Academy Film Awards||2008 2007 - 2008||Actor||Presenter||20087|
|Penny Dreadful||2015 2013 - 2015||Actor||Vanessa Ives||20157|
|The Golden Compass||2007||Actor||Serafina Pekkala||20077|
|Casino Royale||2006||Actor||Vesper Lynd||20067|
|Dark Shadows||2012||Actor||Angelique Bouchard||20127|
|Camelot||2011 2010 - 2011||Actor||Morgan||20117|
|Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For||2014||Actor||Ava Lord||20147|
|Made film debut as Isabelle in Bernardo Bertolucci's "The Dreamers"|
|Cast as Vesper Lynd opposite Daniel Craig's James Bond in "Casino Royale"|
|Starred in "Arsène Lupin" for director Jean-Paul Salomé|
|Co-starred with Johnny Depp in Tim Burton's remake of the gothic soap opera "Dark Shadows"|
|Cast opposite Ewan McGregor in romantic drama "Perfect Sense"|
|Played sorceress Morgan le Fay in "Camelot" (Starz)|
|Portrayed the witch Serafina Pekkala in the film adaptation of "The Golden Compass"|
|Made U.S. film debut as Orlando Bloom's love interest in Ridley Scott's "Kingdom of Heaven"|
|Joy Green||Sister||Born July 5, 1980; fraternal twin, born two minutes earlier|
|Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art|
|Eva St. Paul|
|New York University|
|"It's more important to be famous than a good actor, which is quite bad, I think." – Green quoted in Movieline's Hollywood Life, May/June 2005|
|"I love photo shots where I can be like a pinup, not myself," she says. "I hate it when you go in and they want you to be 'natural.'" – Green quoted in Vanity Fair magazine, November 2007|
|"A lot of the films now are more focused on the visuals than on the actors. I think all directors should go to drama school." – Green quoted in Interview magazine, November 2008|
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