Dafne Keen was a British-Spanish actress. The daughter of actor Will Keen and actress, theater director, and writer María Fernández Ache, Dafne was also the paternal great-granddaughter of Edward Curzon, 6th Earl Howe, a member of the English peerage. Known for his roles in "Victor Frankenstein" (2015) and "The Crown" (Netflix, 2016-), Will Keen acted alongside his daughter in her acting and television debut, "The Refugees" (laSexta, 2015). The British-Spanish co-production followed a massive group of refugees time traveling to the past to avoid a deadly virus; both father and daughter were a part of the main cast. Dafne Keen landed her breakout role (and her film debut) as Laura in "Logan" (2017), the conclusion of Hugh Jackman's run as the iconic Marvel Comics and X-Men character Wolverine. As his mutant daughter (claws run in the family), Keen received critical praise. She then joined the television adaptation of Philip Pullman's "His Dark Materials" (BBC One, TBA) as main character Lyra, appearing alongside her father Will once again.
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