Eleanor Fanyinka


Eleanor is from Oxford originally but moved to London to attend LAMDA, graduating in 2009. She had an auspicious stage debut appearing at a tribute to Harold Pinter at the National Theatre in the company of several British acting legends including Jeremy Irons, Colin Firth, Jude Law, Penelope Wilton, and Eileen Atkins. Since then she has appeared in "The Comedy of Errors" at the Royal Exchange in Manchester, the "24 Hour Plays" at the Old Vic, and at The Finborough Theatre as Amiga Gringa, in "In the Blood," a role which received wide critical acclaim. She recently appeared in her first feature film "Art is" alongside Paul McGann and Gary Kemp.