The film has arrived on Netflix but who plays Ava Brooks in Line of Duty? Let’s explore the star’s age, Instagram and previous roles.
Over the course of the last few months, we’ve learnt not to take an assortment of things for granted…
A visit to the pub, going to the supermarket without having to queue outside and, of course, seeing family and friends. On the other hand, we’ve also learnt never to take Netflix for granted.
Needless to say, the majority of us have flocked to it endlessly in search of entertainment since lockdown began. It’s offered us access to excellence in both film and television, and yes, it’s interesting to observe the benefits older films can reap from it.
Directed by Steven C. Miller, the action-thriller Line of Duty was released back in 2019, but currently, it’s trending high on UK Netflix, introducing fresh audiences to its many thrills.
As a result of this new exposure, this actress is sure to gain lots of new fans! So, who plays Ava Brooks in Line of Duty?
Netflix: Who plays Ava Brooks in Line of Duty?
- In the 2019 film Line of Duty, Ava Brooks is played by Courtney Eaton.
The 24-year-old Australian actress has earned significant praise from fans of the film, but acting isn’t her only talent!
Courtney is also a model and was recognised by Christine Fox, head of Vivien’s Models, at a young age. She was then prepared for her forthcoming modelling career, which began when she turned 16.
Of course, her acting career also took off; where have we seen her before?
Who plays Ava Brooks in Line of Duty? Courtney Eaton’s previous roles
According to IMDb, she first appeared on screens in George Miller’s belated and acclaimed sequel, Mad Max: Fury Road (she played Cheedo the Fragile).
A year after her feature-film acting debut, she was back on the big screen yet again in Gods of Egypt (Zaya), which despite failing to win over critics scored better with general audiences.
Next, she played Blake Beeson in the 2017 romantic-drama film Newness, which saw her reunited with former Mad Max co-star Nicholas Hoult. Subsequently, she starred in 2018’s Status Update (Charlotte Alden) with Ross Lynch and then in Eddie Alcazar’s horror film Perfect (Sarah) the same year.
This leads us to Line of Duty, but it’s also worth noting that she’s credited as Lottie in a 2020 episode of the TV series Yellowjackets, created by Ashley Lyle.
Follow her on Instagram
If you’re a fan of Courtney’s work in Line of Duty and fancy keeping up fo date with forthcoming work, it’s worth following her on Instagram.
You can find her over at @courtneyeaton.
There are lots of stylish snaps and posts to scroll through.
We hope you enjoyed the film!
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