Georgina Campbell has appeared in a number of films, including “Krypton,” “Flowers,” “One Night,” and “One of Us,” among others. Georgina’s parents instilled in her a strong work ethic, which has helped her stay focused in an industry where it can take years to get a significant role.
Let’s learn a few facts about the 27-year-old as we continue to watch her do what she does best in “His Dark Materials.”
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Georgina Campbell
1. Wanted To Become An Air Hostess
Georgina knew she wanted to be an air hostess even when she was only five years old. Her career plan was not well thought out because the only thing that motivated her was the fact that she had never flown before. 
2. She Was Approached By Sarah Walker
Sarah Walker, a film director, approached Georgina. Sarah asked Georgina if she was an actress, and when Georgina said no, Sarah invited her to auditions. 
3. Her Advice To Younger Self
If Georgina could tell her younger self one thing, it would be to be more patient. She claims that people frequently compare themselves to others rather than focusing on the task at hand.
4. BAFTA Award Was An Unexpected Win For Her
Georgina expected Sarah Lancashire or Sheridan Smith to win because she was a newcomer to the industry. Even when her category came up, all Georgina could think was that they should hurry up and finish so she could eat.
5. Would Love To Be In Comedies
Georgina, on the other hand, is known for her dramatic roles, but if given the chance, she would prefer to appear in comedies. The actress admits that she’s not sure if she’s funny at all. But believes she can pull it off with a brilliantly written script. 
6. Believes That Acting Has Given Her Chance to Learn Diverse Skills
Acting, she believes, provides an ideal platform for her to learn new skills and meet new people. Georgina reveals that as an actress, you are constantly educating yourself about people’s experiences, how they cope with various circumstances, and their behavior.
7. Worked As A Bartender
Georgina’s acting career looked bleak after she graduated from university. Bills had to be paid, so she got a job as a bartender at Koko in Camden.
8. Her Incredible Film To Date
“King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” is her most epic film to date. Guy Ritchie directed and wrote the film, which was intended to be part of a six-part franchise.