Born in Sweden, Morfydd is a Welsh actress who is steadily making quite a name for herself both in the theatre and on screen.
Film: Camille in Madame Bovary, Miss Charron in The Falling, Shelly in The Call Up, Georgiana in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Frederica in Love & Friendship, Zuzana Luptáková in Interlude In Prague, Kate Dickens in The Man Who Invented Christmas, Dora Spenlow in The Personal History of David Copperfield, Young Jane in Eternal Beauty, Beth Keller in Crawl, Maud in Saint Maud.
TV: Amelia in New Worlds (BBC), Nancy Wickwire in A Poet In New York (BBC), Mary in Arthur & George (ITV), Caroline Bell in The Alienist (Paramount Television), Yolanda in The City & The City (BBC), Debbie in Patrick Melrose (Showtime/Sky Atlantic), Sister Clara in His Dark Materials (BBC).
Theatre: Blodeuwedd in Blodeuwedd (Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru), Jen in Violence & Son (Royal Court), Juliet in Romeo & Juliet (Crucible Theatre, Sheffield), Cecile in Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Donmar Warehouse), Cordelia in King Lear (Old Vic), Anya in The Cherry Orchard (Sherman Theatre, Cardiff), The Colours (Soho Theatre).
Morfydd can next be seen playing Beth Keller in Crawl which has its UK Cinema release on 23rd August.
She also stars in Armando Iannucci's retelling of The Personal History Of David Copperfield, playing the role of Dora Spenlow (Copperfield's love interest), which will open the 63rd BFI London Film Festival on 2nd October.
Following all of that, next year Morfydd can once again be seen on our screens, this time starring in the upcoming BBC/Netflix series Dracula (release date as yet unannounced).
With BYMT, Morfydd was involved in our 2009 production of According to Brian Haw.