Felicity Jones is an award-winning English actress who you've no doubt seen in some great movies and TV shows. If you're hoping to see more of the 38-year-old star, we're going to take a look back at her best roles and ahead to her upcoming projects.

Felicity Jones's best movies and TV shows

Over her two-plus decade career, the versatile actress has won praise for the range of her work. Jones got her start as a child actress in the late 1990s, starring as "Ethel Hallow" on popular children's series The Worst Witch and its sequel Weirdsister College. Her first film, meanwhile, was 2008 drama Flashbacks of a Fool, which starred Daniel Craig.

Felicity Jones in movie Flashbacks of a Fool (2008), her first film

Thereafter, Jones continued TV work on Servants and Cape Wrath, before playing Margot Frank in the BBC's 2009 adaptation of The Diary of Frank. Since then, the actress has shifted to movie stardom, appearing in many box office hits and critical darlings.

One of her best-received roles was in the 2011 romantic drama Like Crazy, which won her many awards. But Jones managed to top that acclaim by portraying Jane Wilde Hawking in the 2014 film The Theory of Everything—with co-star Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking. For the role, Jones received Oscar and BAFTA nominations.

Felicity Jones movies: The Theory of Everything with Eddie Redmayne

For fans of big-screen action, you may know the British actress from Inferno, as "Jyn Erso" in Star Wars: Rogue One, and as "Felicia Hardy" in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Where will we see her next?

Felicity Jones: New movies in 2021?

Felicity Jones fans are in luck. She had two films that were released in 2020. Dragon Rider and the science fiction film The Midnight Sky, by director-star George Clooney.

Felicity Jones in new movie The Midnight Sky (Netflix, 2020)

Most recently she appeared in Last Letter from Your Lover in 2021 and the thriller Borderland is her next role which is in pre-production. The sky's the limit for Felicity Jones, and we're looking forward to everything she does next.