The New York Times Profiles Felicity Jones
The career, to date, of A Monster Calls' Felicity Jones is discussed in detail by Dave Itzkoff for The New York Times.
The Oscar-nominated actrees, despite the acclaim of both previous work and roles on the horizon says "My feet are kept, very much, firmly, firmly on the ground."
The full piece can be viewed at The New York Times.
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