Writer/Director Michael Hirst’s younger daughter actress, Georgia Octavia Hirst was born on December 26, 1994, in London. The young actress has a height of 1.68m, approximately 5ft 6 inches.
The English actress is popular by her character ‘Torvi’ in the famous ‘Game of Thrones’ style Tv series, ‘Vikings’. She appeared on the show first in season two and was made a series regular in the final season.
Fans may remember Hirst from the 2018 release, the techno music zombie movie, ‘Ravers’. It was her debut movie and garnered her some fame and attention.
The movie features Hirst as ‘Becky’ and the film premiered at the London FrightFest Film Festival.
Georgia's older sister, Maude Hirst is also an actress and co-star in ‘Vikings’ playing the role of ‘Helga’. Maude has been off the radar for a while now concentrating on mental health, meditation, and yoga.
She even has a youtube channel to inspire young people to adopt yoga as a lifestyle. She has over 337 k followers on Instagram. They have a younger sibling named Horatio Hirst.
Hirst's net worth is still under review but according to therichest.com, it is estimated to be between $500,000 to $1 million.
Besides 'Vikings', her other sources of income are modeling assignments, endorsements, and movies. She is seen holidaying with friends in exotic locations.
She is currently being managed by the popular talent agency, named United Agents, U.K.
Georgia Hirst was previously in a relationship with actor Freddie Greaves. The couple had been together since 2016 as he was signed by Independent Talent, for which the actress expressed her happiness on her Twitter account.
She is reportedly single at the moment and loves to spend her days painting or sketching.
The actress got much appreciation in recent times for bravely doing advocacy work calling out young girls and women to go for regular swap tests.
The ‘Five dates’ actress had been diagnosed with pre-cancerous cells at the age of 22 which is why she finds it important to speak about it.
She also talked about the same while appearing in Mika Simmons podcast, ‘The Happy Vagina’.
The actress shared in an interview that it took a lot of courage for her to speak about these things as she thought she would be jobless and out of work if that became public.But it turned out to be a good decision and she has been applauded for her efforts.
Her most recent work was in the superhit rom-com movie, ‘Five Dates’ where she plays the character named Grace. Grace is one of five women who can be impressed via video dates by Vinny, played by Taheen Modak.
Released in 2020, the film is an experimental interactive rom-com that explores the unpredictable world of digital dating. Directed by Paul Raschid, it touches upon whether compatibility, connection and chemistry are possible in a world where physical touch is almost rare.
One of its kind, the movie’s over 700 unique scenes were all shot by the incredible cast themselves. The filming happened in the middle of the UK’s first nation-wide lockdown.
Having worked with the innovative emerging filmmaker before, in 'Deathtrap Dungeon' the actress knew that he was quite fascinated with the concept of interactive film-making. So she decided to trust his instincts and how he worked and took on the role of Grace.
Hirst said in an interview that even though the director was right there directing them on how to get things done, she felt like she was doing everything on her own. The cast was sent cameras, costumes, sound, and lighting and was asked to shoot from their homes. Hirst followed the same protocols.
The unconventional desktop style of shooting presented the cast with a lot of hurdles but the experiment was a success. The interactive experience of five dates is available on all gaming platforms such as PS4 and X-Box.