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Daisy Ridley “Self-care is important. I took control and I’m calmer and more settled. I feel great”

Five years ago, unknown British actress Daisy Ridley was thrust into the limelight as feminist icon Rey in the Star Wars films. In our profile, we celebrate her exuberant spirit, self-awareness and courage

Daisy Ridley is living the dream of any young actor - landing a role that pays the rent and gives them the kind of exposure that can their career. However, never did the actress imagine that her first part in a major film would be as a central character in the phenomenal Star Wars franchise - one of the greatest sagas in movie history. Her portrayal of Rey, the scavenger turned rebel leader, has established her as a principal figure within the universe created by George Lucas and reimagined by director JJ Abrams in the Star Wars sequel trilogy.

Ridley’s fiery energy has instilled new life into a sci-fiodyssey that was badly in need of modern heroes. These qualities are no more evident than in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the ninth in the series and her third and probably last appearance as the intrepid female warrior. Ridley, like Rey, has fulfilled her mission to emerge as a dynamic female role model for legions of young women.

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