Suki Waterhouse was already one of the most successful models in the UK when she made the leap into acting. Born Alice Suki Waterhouse in London in 1992, Waterhouse was just 16 when she was first discovered by a modeling scout at a London pub. She began working in the industry, eventually opting to skip her AS-levels in order to pursue her career, and eventually worked her way up to starring in a major modeling campaign for Marks and Spencer in 2011. Over the course of the next few years, Waterhouse found herself posing for brands like H&M, Alice + Olivia, Coast, Max Studio, Sass & bide, Caterina Gatta and Pepe Jeans, in addition to serving as the official face of both Burberry and Redken. She made her feature film debut in the thriller "Pusher" in 2012, but made even bigger waves with the supporting role of Marlene in the science fiction movie "Insurgent" (2015) three years later. After a comical turn in the historic horror-comedy "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" (2016), she co-founded the lifestyle and accessory brand Pop & Suki with Poppy Jamie. Her acting career didn't slow down however, as she was soon appearing in the James Franco-directed science fiction film "Future World" (2017).