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Freya Mavor Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Freya Mavor Quick Info
Height 5 ft 9 in
Weight 55 kg
Date of Birth August 13, 1993
Zodiac Sign Leo
Eye Color Blue

Freya Mavor is a Scottish actress and model who is best known for portraying roles such as Mini McGuinness in Skins, Daria Greenock in Industry, and Margaret in The Keeper. She has also appeared in a variety of other TV shows and films such as Not Another Happy Ending, Sunshine on Leith, The Sense of an Ending, Modern Life Is Rubbish, Dead in a Week or Your Money Back, Balance, Not Symmetry, The White Queen, Twice Upon a Time, The ABC Murders, New Worlds, and many more. Her theatre credits include plays like Boys and Good Canary.

Born Name

Freya Mavor

Nick Name

Freya Mavor

Freya Mavor as Princess Elizabeth of York in "The White Queen"
Freya Mavor as Princess Elizabeth of York in “The White Queen”

Sun Sign


Born Place

Glasgow, Scotland


Scottish nationality


Freya went to Collège Eugène Fromentin in La Rochelle, France and also at Mary Erskine School in Edinburgh, Scotland.


Actress, model


  • Father – James Mavor (Playwright)
  • Siblings – Hugo Mavor (Brother), Alex Mavor (Brother)
  • Others  Ronald Bingo Mavor (Grandfather) (The Scotsman’s Theatre Critic), James Bridie (aka Osborne Mavor) (Great-Grandfather) (Ran the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama)


Hamilton Hodell




5 ft 9 in or 175 cm


55 kg or 121 pounds

Freya Mavor during a photoshoot
Freya Mavor during a photoshoot

Race / Ethnicity


She has Irish and Danish ancestry on her mother’s side.

Hair Color


Eye Color


Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

Freckled face


35-24-34 in or 89-61-86 cm

Dress Size

4 (US) or 36 (EU)

Bra Size


Juliette Gernez (Left) and Freya Mavor at the Y-3 Spring / Summer 2015 Show
Juliette Gernez (Left) and Freya Mavor at the Y-3 Spring / Summer 2015 Show

Shoe Size

10 (US)

Brand Endorsements

As a model, she became the face of Pringle of Scotland in 2011 for its spring/summer campaign.

Best Known For

Playing Mini McGuinness in the E4 teen drama Skins from 2011 to 2012. Freya appeared in a total of 18 episodes.

First Film

In 2011, she appeared in the short film Disco for her minor role as ‘Girl in the Queue.’

Freya’s debut feature film appearance was in the romantic comedy film Not Another Happy Ending in which she played the starring role as Nicola Ball in 2013.

First TV Show

From 2011 to 2012, Freya appeared in E4’s teen drama series Skins where she played the role as Minerva “Mini” McGuinness. She was also nominated for best actress award for this.

Personal Trainer

Freya grew up playing a number of sports activities like rock climbing, swimming, tennis, etc. She wasn’t a gym freak while growing up.

Freya likes such things more which keep her moving and challenges her physically. That is why, she signed for a physical theatre course in Paris, France which involved tough dancing and martial arts.

Freya Mavor height

Freya Mavor Facts

  1. Freya was born in Glasgow but raised in Inverleith, Edinburgh.
  2. Freya gives more preference to acting than modeling.
  3. At the age of 10, she watched The Shining and developed an interest in acting.
  4. In 2008, she became a member of the National Youth Theatre.
  5. At the 2011 Scottish Fashion Awards, Mavor was announced as the “Fashion Icon of the Year Award.”
  6. One Direction’s Niall Horan asked her on a date in 2012, but she turned him down.
  7. She knows both English and French and can speak them fluently. She is also good at Spanish and knows basic German too.
  8. She actually auditioned for the teen drama show Skins (2007-2013) after hearing from people on a bus talking about the show.
  9. She is skilled in various forms of dancing like jazz/contemporary and ballet.
  10. Mavor also knows a little bit of piano.
  11. In 2012, she was ranked 78th in FHM‘s “100 World’s Sexiest Women” list.

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