As fans enjoy teen music drama Metal Lords on Netflix, which follows high schoolers Hunter, Kevin and Emily, many are curious to know the age of Isis Hainsworth, who plays Emily.
The coming-of-age movie hit the streaming platform on 8 April 2022 and follows Hunter, Kevin and Emily on a mission to win their school’s battle of the bands competition.
Portraying one of the main characters, fans are curious to know more about actress Isis Hainsworth. Let’s get to know her a bit better.
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Meet Metal Lords actress Isis Hainsworth
Netflix’s new coming of age film Metal Lords sees high schoolers Kevin and Hunter search for a bassist to join them in their school’s battle of the bands competition.
Emily Spector, played by Isis Hainsworth, is a hot-headed cellist and clarinet player in the school band who is recruited to the band, a decision Hunter is opposed to at first.
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How old is Isis Hainsworth?
As she plays a high schooler in Metal Lords, some fans have wondered about Isis Hainsworth’s real age.
According to a 2019 birthday post on her Instagram, Hainsworth is 23 years old and will celebrate her 24th birthday in September.
Hainsworth has worked on a number of notable projects on TV and film over the years. In 2018, the then 19-year-old was listed as one of media company The Media Eye’s rising stars.
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What else has the actress been in?
The up-and-coming star has already racked up a number of on-screen credits. Some audiences may recognise Isis Hainsworth for her feature in 2020 film Emma, in which she starred alongside Anya Taylor-Joy and Josh O’Connor.
Hainsworth has also featured in Hulu series Harlots, the BBC and Netflix co-production of drama Wanderlust and had her breakout role in BBC series The Victim in 2019.
As well as TV and film, the 23-year-old star is no stranger to the world of theatre and, in 2019, starred in the National Theatre Live production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and also appeared in the West End production of Our Ladies Of Perpetual Succour.