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Ellie White
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Ellie White in 2016
Born1989 (age 32–33)
Oxford, England
OccupationActress
Years active2009–present
Known for The Windsors, comedy TV series

Ellie White (born 1989) [1] [2] is an English comedy actress. Her most notable role to date is as Princess Beatrice of York in the spoof royal comedy The Windsors.

Early life and career

Ellie White is from Oxford, England. [3] Her father is journalist Jim White. [4] She attended the University of Bristol, and was a member of the Bristol Revunions, graduating in 2010. [3] [5]

White's career started in comedy stand-up, appearing in the 2013 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where the comedy line up also included Aisling Bea and Romesh Ranganathan. [2] After the festival, White landed her first TV appearance on the Channel 4 TV series Jamie Demetriou's Comedy Blaps and on BBC3's Live at the Electric as well as BBC Radio 4 Show Fresh From the Fringe. [6] [7] In 2015, White landed a regular role in series 2 of House of Fools. [8]

In 2019, White teamed up with long-time stand-up comedy partner Natasia Demetriou [9] [3] to make critically acclaimed comedy sketch pilot Ellie & Natasia for the BBC. [10] Since 2016, White has portrayed the character of Princess Beatrice of York for 3 seasons of the spoof royal comedy The Windsors, alongside actress Celeste Dring, who plays her royal sister Princess Eugenie. [11] [1]

In 2020, White played the main role of Cathy in the BBC comedy series The Other One, [12] and starred alongside Lee Mack in the BBC sitcom Semi-Detached, [13] [14] and in 2021, played a voice only role as "Radio" in the Sky One television comedy series Bloods about two paramedics. [15]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Film genre
2015 Aaaaaaaah! Sitcom Margaret (Credited as Eleanor White) Comedy Horror
2016 Intervention Sarah Short film
2016 BIN Honey (voice) Short film
2018 Plankton Lois (voice) Short film
2019 Luger Helen Short film
2023 Wonka Filming

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2013 Jamie Demetriou: Channel 4 Comedy Blaps herself [6] [7] 1 episode
2013 Live at the Electric [6] [7] herself Series 3, Episode 3.3 Techie
2015 Funeral (TV short) mourner 1 episode
2015 House of Fools [8] Rachel Series 2 - 6 episodes
2015 Horrible Histories Various characters -
2016 Year Friends Ellie 12 episodes
2016 Halloween Comedy Shorts Rose "Jamie Demetriou's Horror: Oh God"
2015–2016 Comedy Feeds (BBC3 iPlayer series) Alice / Various 2 episodes
2016–2017 Class Dismissed Various characters 15 episodes
2017 The Other One Cathy Episode #1.1
2017 Carters Get Rich Shauna Episode - "Trent vs Tony"
2017 Inside No. 9 Anya/Karen 1 episode - " The Bill"
2017 Summer Comedy Shorts Anne "Ellie White & Vicki Pepperdine's Summer"
2016–2017 Murder in Successville Cara Delevigne / Bjork / Cara Delevingne 3 episodes
2016–2018 Damned Telephone caller 10 episodes
2018 Temp Diane -
2018 Pls Like Polly Sprong 2 episodes
2019 Timewasters Janice 6 episodes
2019 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown Mum's The Word with Natasia Demetriou Series 17 - Episode 4
2019 This Time with Alan Partridge Rocky Gilhooly Series 1 - Episode 5
2018–2021 Stath Lets Flats Katia 11 episodes
2019 Ellie & Natasia [10] Ellie Pilot episode
2019 Drifters Lois Episode - "Got to Get Back" (voice)
2016–2020 The Windsors [1] Princess Beatrice 20 episodes
2020 Webidate Tessa 1 episode
2020 Reasons to Be Cheerful with Matt Lucas Lemily Episode 1.4 - Lemily
2020 The Other One [12] Cathy 7 episodes
2019–2020 Semi-Detached [13] April 6 Episodes
2021 Bloods [15] Radio (Voice only) 5 episodes
2021 Black Death Lady Orella / Malkyn 2 episodes - The Flag of Snakesboroughand and The Maiden and The Robin
2022 The Dumping Ground Jen 1 episode - "Face to Face"

References

  1. ^ a b c "Get to know Ellie White: The Windsors' Beatrice has fans in hysterics!". hitc.com. 2020.
  2. ^ a b "Fresh from the Fringe". bbc.co.uk. 2013.
  3. ^ a b c "Natasia Demetriou and Ellie White: We need the audience, but we fear them. There's a lot of gas before we go on stage". inews.co.uk. 2019.
  4. ^ White, Jim [@jimw1] (25 March 2019). "Appreciate I am qualifying for the Champions League of parental preening with this, but still. Ellie White makes an appearance on Alan Partridge's sofa tonight. She plays a radical feminist. Can't see how it could go wrong..." (Tweet). Retrieved 14 June 2021 – via Twitter.
  5. ^ "Bristol Revunions - Our Alumni 1953 - 2015". bristolrevunions.com. 2016.
  6. ^ a b c "Ellie White: Humans - Edinburgh Fringe". broadwaybaby.com. 2013.
  7. ^ a b c "The Ellie White Three Minute Interview". broadwaybaby.com. 2013.
  8. ^ a b "Ellie White's favourite TV". theguardian.com. 2015.
  9. ^ "Natasia Demetriou and Ellie White are Gettin' Big". sohotheatre.com. 2018.
  10. ^ a b "New British comedy TV series from 2019: BBC, Sky, Channel 4, E4, Dave, Gold". denofgeek.com. 2019.
  11. ^ "Onion Talking: Ellie White & Celeste Dring on The Windsors". thevelvetonion.com. 2017.
  12. ^ a b "The Other One star Ellie White has a special royal link – find out here". hellomagazine.com. 19 June 2020.
  13. ^ a b "This week's home entertainment: from Little Birds to Ramy | Television & radio &#124". The Guardian. 2020. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
  14. ^ "Semi-Detached". bbc.co.uk. 2020. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
  15. ^ a b "Bloods - Cast and Crew". comedy.co.uk. 2021.

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