|The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle||Actor||Charlotte Doyle||7|
|How I Live Now||2013||Actor||Daisy||20137|
|The Host||2013||Actor||Melanie & Wanda||20137|
|Violet & Daisy||2013||Actor||Daisy||20137|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live||2013 2013||Actor||Guest||20137|
|City of Ember||2008||Actor||Lina Mayfleet||20087|
|Justin and the Knights of Valour||2013||Voice||n/a||20136|
|The Way Back||2010||Actor||Irena||20107|
|Atonement||2007||Actor||Briony Tallis, aged 13||20077|
|Robot Chicken||2014 2014||Voice||n/a||20146|
|Death Defying Acts||2008||Actor||Benji||20087|
|The Lovely Bones||2009||Actor||Susie Salmon||20097|
|I Could Never Be Your Woman||2007||Actor||Izzie||20077|
|The Grand Budapest Hotel||2014||Actor||Agatha||20147|
|Muppets Most Wanted||2014||Herself||n/a||1|
|Made professional acting debut on Irish TV series "The Clinic"|
|Played Susie Salmon, a young girl murdered by a neighbor in Peter Jackson's film adaptation of Alice Sebold's bestseller "The Lovely Bones"|
|Cast as young Briony Tallis in "Atonement," adapted from Ian McEwan's novel; film directed by Joe Wright, and co-starring James McAvoy and Keira Knightley|
|Starred in dual roles in sci-fi romance "The Host," adapted from novel by Stephenie Meyer|
|Co-starred with Bill Murray in fantasy adventure "City of Ember"|
|Played an orphaned Polish girl on the run in Peter Weir's "The Way Back"|
|Landed small role in romantic drama "I Could Never Be Your Woman"|
|Appeared on local Irish series "Proof"|
|Played an assassin trained by her ex-CIA agent father (Eric Bana) in "Hanna," directed by Joe Wright|
|Cast in Harry Houdini-based thriller "Death Defying Acts" with Catherine Zeta-Jones and Guy Pearce|
|Co-starred in Neil Jordan's "Byzantium"|
|Paul Ronan||Father||Born March 21, 1965; co-starred with Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford in "The Devil's Own" (1996)|
|Ardattin Village's school|
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