Talulah Riley as Vivienne Westwood | Pistol on FX

Talulah Riley

Vivienne Westwood

Talulah Riley portrays Vivienne Westwood. Along with partner Malcolm McLaren, Vivienne created the Kings Road boutique SEX - the epicenter of punk. A visionary fashion designer and natural born provocateur, Vivienne ferociously challenges Britain’s boring, corrupt, Establishment by constantly pushing the boundaries of what fashion, art and music can do.

Career Highlights

Riley starred in the 2021 seasonal comedy Father Christmas Is Back, alongside Elizabeth Hurley, John Cleese and Kelsey Grammar, and in the 2020 Sony Pictures feature film Bloodshot.

Riley played the role of “Angela” in HBO’s critically exclaimed series Westworld, alongside Anthony Hopkins, Thandiwe Newton and Evan Rachel Wood. The series was the most-watched first season of any HBO original and has won nine primetime Emmy® Awards thus far.

She made a name for herself starring as “Mary Bennet” in Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice. The film was nominated for four Oscars® and six BAFTA® Awards and boasts an all-star cast including Keira Knightley, Donald Sutherland and Matthew Macfadyen.

Riley has twice played the lead role of “Annabel Fritton” in the St Trinians series. The original film remains one of the highest-grossing British independent films of the last 30 years. The film boasted a stellar cast including Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Stephen Fry and Gemma Arterton. She went on to be in Richard Curtis’ The Boat That Rocked. Riley also previously appeared in Christopher Nolan’s award-winning epic Inception starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Elliot Page as well as in The Dilemma opposite Vince Vaughn.

Talulah Riley ’s stage appearances include The Philadelphia Story at the Old Vic and Tennessee Williams’ Summer and Smoke at the Apollo Theatre on the West End. Both of her performances garnered rave reviews.

Maisie Williams headshot wearing a black leather top and red face make up

Maisie Williams

as Jordan

Icon and inspiration, Jordan was a foundational member of the punk movement.