Horror drama Locke & Key returned to our screens yesterday (Friday, 22 October) as season 2 of the series landed on Netflix. Following its release, fans are curious to know more about the cast. We explore more about Eden Hawkins actress Hallea Jones including her age and career so far.
Who is Hallea Jones?
The following year, she was cast in her first role in the Canadian sitcom Workin’ Moms. Away from her roles on-screen, Jones is also a singer-songwriter and has previously hinted at a possible musical release.
While talking about her plans for 2020, in an interview with Naluda magazine last year, she explained: “Working on a lot of music actually. Hoping to be renewed for a season two [of Locke & Key], but in the meantime, auditioning and spending lots of time focused on hopefully releasing an album in the next year or so!”
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How old is Hallea Jones?
While she portrays teenager Eden Hawkins on Locke & Key, fans have wondered about Hallea Jones’ age in real life. As per her Instagram, the Locke & Key actress is actually 24 years old and celebrated her birthday on the platform in April.
While sharing a series of snaps from her celebrations, Jones also posted a picture of herself at 14 and 24 as she gushed about how her life has changed over the last decade.
She joked: “14-year-old Hallea would be FLOORED to find out what 24 Hallea has been up to!! (Tbh, I’m still a bit floored and gobsmacked).”
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What else has she been in?
Away from her breakthrough role in Netflix’s Locke & Key, Hallea Jones has featured in a couple other projects that also feature within the popular streaming platform’s catalogue.
Some may recognise her for her role in the 2019 Christmas movie Let It Snow, where she starred alongside Kiernan Shipka, Jacob Batalon and Liv Hewson. Jones also had a minor role in Workin’ Moms, which is also available to stream on Netflix.
Elsewhere some of the Locke & Key actress’ other notable TV credits include The Hot Zone and The Boys.