Ella Greenwood is an English actress, writer and director, known for creating the film Faulty Roots.
Date of birth
She was born on 30 April 2001.
To be updated.
Ella was homeschooled from the age of 13. She then received acting training at the National Youth Theatre.
Her love life is not yet publicly known.
Not yet established.
Greenwood has been acting from a young age, after signing with an agent as a child  She was the lead character in the films Before Nightfall and In Front of You.
Aged 18, she wrote, directed and produced her first short film Faulty Roots which was about mental health awareness in teens. Faulty Roots screened in many film festivals including BAFTA accredited Bolton International Film Festival, Busan International Kids & Youth Film Festival, and Tallgrass Film Festival at which it won an award. It was given five stars by The Fan Carpet, with UK Film Review calling it ‘a rather powerful little story, told with care and genuine affection for its characters’.
Her first animation Dreary Days had its premiere at Enimation Film Festival, and her film Self-Charm is a co-production with Tallulah Films, whose credits include Little Miss Sumo.
Self-Charm is another film about mental health, with Bukky Bakray, the star of Rocks, as lead.
Greenwood is the Director of London based production company Broken Flames Productions which was announced on Yahoo Finance to be focusing on a slate of mental health-based projects.
She works as a mental health advocate and was featured by Jejune Magazine for ‘Writing The Script On Mental Health’.
Ella is also an ambassador for leading teen mental health charity stem4 alongside BAFTA winning actress Georgina Campbell and Screen International Star of Tomorrow Rosie Day.
She was awarded Positive Female Role Model of the Year at the Darkus Magazine 2020 Award.