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Subsequently, at sixteen, Romola went to attend City of London School for Girls, where she completed her A-Levels.

Later, she went to study English Literature at Queen Mary, University of London. Romola appeared in the 2000 film The Last of the Blonde Bombshells for her role as Young Elizabeth. In 2000, Romola played the role as Zoe Atkins in the BBC TV series Attachments Her workout routine and diet plan are not known.

But after offers for other roles began to come in, she deferred her degree and eventually quit altogether to focus more on her acting career. However, she was eliminated in the next round, during which the five official nominees were selected [2008].

I do my best to extend my knowledge, but I always seem to be ten steps behind everyone else - but I do try. I think that we were good friends and I liked her a lot. That was one of the most enjoyable parts of the film, working with her.

[on playing Angel Deverell] I think the main challenge is that she's essentially a pretty unattractive person in many ways but you have to approach a character like that believing in them, liking them, trying to understand them and appreciating what their world view is, and so I think that was a challenge occasionally because she wasn't always an easy character to like.

Unfortunately, my trip to Syria in January destroyed any of this optimism, as I saw first hand the colossal mess that the war has made of the lives of the 1.2 million Iraqis who fled their country.

I live in London and am lucky to have many friends from school, university and work who are from diverse backgrounds.

Some of my closest friends are the children of refugees and I have always been fascinated by their stories and the struggle of how they came to the UK and assimilated into society.

[on her visit to the Syrian Iraqi border] I learned a lot about the troubled histories of three different groups: the Palestinians from Iraq, the Iraqis themselves, and the Syrian people.

She got her beginnings as a professional actress when she was spotted in a school production by a casting director looking for girls to play Judi Dench in the ITV drama The Last of the Blonde Bombshells (2000).

But after offers for other roles began to come in, she deferred her degree and eventually quit altogether to focus more on her acting career.

In January 2008, Romola visited the Syrian-Iraqi border to make a short film called 'No Man's Land' for UNHCR about the 800 Palestinian refugees living in Al Tanaf refugee camp, who have been displaced since the Iraq war.

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