With vintage beauty and a sweet, innocent demeanor, rising British starlet Felicity Jones started amassing acting credentials overseas before she burst onto the Hollywood scene. She first became well known to young television audiences in England in the late 1990s as the bully, Ethel Hallow, on the series "The Worst Witch" (BBC, 1998-2001) and then in her reprised role on the spin-off, "Weirdsister College" (ITV1, 2001-02). Jones was also recognized as the longtime voice of Emma Grundy on the BBC Radio series, "The Archers" (1951- ). Gaining momentum in a series of films, television shows and stage performances, the English rose transitioned from the children's market and slipped gracefully into teen notoriety, playing adolescent roles well into her twenties. In 2007, she scored the lead in ITV's "Northanger Abbey" as a 17-year old with classic appeal, and the following year she played the alluring Robina Redmond on the iconic television hit series, "Doctor Who," (BBC, 2005- ). After the role of Margot Frank in the television miniseries, "The Diary of Anne Frank" (2009), her first major role arrived when she co-starred alongside British comedy genius Ricky Gervais in 1970s-set feature, "Cemetery Junction" (2010). And although Felicity Jones had been a rising star for some years, her road to stardom reached new heights with her performance as Anna in the bittersweet romance, "Like Crazy" (2011), propelling the talented British starlet to fame and fortune in America.