Back in 2013, Daisy appeared in one episode of tv series ‘Youngers’, episode 1×05 titled “A to B and the Apology”. We added HD screen captures in our gallery, enjoy!

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DEADINE – UTA Signs ‘Star Wars’ Lead Daisy Ridley

Among heated competition, UTA has signed Daisy Ridley. Why would there be heated competition for an actress I’ve never heard of? Well, she is the female lead in the J.J Abrams-directed resuscitation of Star Wars, and the plan is for her carry through to the second and third films that will be directed by Looper helmer Rian Johnson. Ridley was hired for Star Wars: Episode VII after a worldwide casting search.

The actress, who appeared in several TV series back home in London before getting the job of a lifetime, is repped by Jonathan Arun in the UK and by attorney Shelby Weiser at Sloane Offer Weber Dern.

DIGITAL SPY – Daisy Ridley’s appearance in The Inbetweeners 2 has been cut.

The newcomer was due to star in the comedy in an unspecified role, but her scenes have since been re-shot with a different actress, due to Ridley’s busy schedule with Star Wars Episode VII.

“We’ve cut her out of the film,” co-creator Iain Morris told Yahoo! Movies.

“She [was] in the opening of the film. We reshot the opening because the script didn’t work. We desperately wanted Daisy to come back and do it because she’s brilliant, really funny. But by that point she was doing Star Wars.”

Co-writer Damon Beesley added. “She wasn’t available because of Star Wars contractual commitments. She wanted to do it… She’s brilliant and she’ll be a huge star.”

He continued: “We cast her before she got the role in Star Wars.”

Ridley was perhaps the biggest surprise among the main cast of JJ Abrams’s upcoming Star Wars sequel, to be released in 2015.

VOGUE – When Vogue invited Daisy Ridley to this year’s annual Costume Institute Gala, the ingénue was forced to decline the offer without question. And now we know why she was so busy: Rumors spread this weekend that she and John Boyega, another relatively anonymous British actor, will be the main characters in the upcoming Star Wars installment. Production has been kept so tightly under wraps that, while it was announced months ago that Boyega and Ridley would be a part of the ensemble for J.J. Abrams’s Star Wars: Episode VII (alongside Vogue’s July cover girl Lupita Nyong’o and Girls’s Adam Driver), it was not until this weekend’s leak of rumored plot details that we discovered that Ridley and Boyega will be the “heroes,” inheriting a mantle of instant stardom more recently bestowed on Natalie Portman and Hayden Christensen, who led Episodes II and III.

Ridley’s largest role to date was a cameo on last year’s Jeremy Piven–led TV drama, Mr. Selfridge. The 22-year-old Boyega, born to Nigerian parents in Peckham, has some minor sci-fi experience, having been featured in Attack the Block, a 2011 film about a gang of South London teenagers who protect their neighborhood from invading aliens. But none of their previous roles even comes close to the kind of blockbuster parts they’ll be assuming for Star Wars. In Episode VII, Boyega reportedly plays a reformed storm trooper who teams up with Ridley’s character to return an aging Luke Skywalker’s lost light saber. And some have speculated that, in true Hollywood fashion, their partnership leads to a romance. Ridley and Boyega may have slipped under your radar thus far, but prepare to see this generation’s Luke and Leia everywhere starting next year.

EMPIRE – It had already been revealed that Star Wars: Episode VII would screen in IMAX cinemas, but until today it had not been officially announced that parts of the film would be shot in IMAX as well, with the following tweet from @BadRobot making it very clear indeed.

This announcement follows on from a similar trick pulled by director J.J. Abrams for Star Trek Into Darkness, which also boasted a decent chunk of extra-largesse – 50 minutes’ worth – in among the not-quite-as-big stuff.

This means that we’ll be seeing plenty of film for Star Wars: Episode VII, with the 35mm it has proudly boasted about before now being complemented by 70mm to boot – and for some stunning desert-set sequences, from the looks of things.

Other recent Star Wars news has seen two new actors being cast, which you can find out more about here, and if you feel like getting extra-excited about the new journey to a galaxy far, far away, here’s our 30 Greatest Star Wars Characters feature.

Starring veterans Hamill, Ford, Fisher, Daniels, Mayhew as well as Wars newcomers John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, Lupita Nyong’o, Gwendoline Christie and Max von Sydow, Star Wars: Episode VII will be out on December 18, 2015.