Suki Waterhouse: Actress, Singer-Songwriter, Model
Suki Waterhouse began her modeling career at age 16 and has gone on to feature in fashion editorials for major apparel brands as well as regularly grace magazine covers and feature in movies or TV shows.
She also runs her own direct-to-consumer millennial-targeted accessories brand called ‘Pop & Suki’, as an entrepreneur.
Suki Waterhouse’s Biography
Suki Waterhouse, an English model and actress who began her career at 16 was discovered while she was out drinking at a pub and has gone on to model for numerous brands and appear in films and TV shows since. Additionally, Pop & Suki, her accessories line launched under her name, has also gained widespread success since that time.
She stands 5 feet 8 inches and weighs approximately 119 pounds, known for leading a healthy lifestyle and regularly exercising to stay slim and maintain her figure since beginning her acting career. Additionally, she does not feel pressure from the industry to look in particular ways.
Norman and Elizabeth Waterhouse are parents to model Jessica Waterhouse. Her mother works in cancer care nursing while Norman practices plastic surgery; their younger sister Imogen also models. Jessica attended Ibstock Place school alongside future stars Cara Delevingne and Georgia May Jagger where she learned karate and kickboxing skills.
In 2017, she made her big screen debut in The White Princess>>, a historical drama set during palace intrigues. She played Cecilia, sister to The Duchess of York. Since then she has appeared in other projects like Burn with Tom Hardy and Elle Fanning, A Rainy Day in New York>> and Misbehavior>> starring Keira Knightley in 2020.
Her current romantic interest, actor Robert Pattinson, can frequently be seen attending public events together. She enjoys fashion and is particularly fond of psychedelic indie rock bands such as Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.
Waterhouse belongs to the White ethnicity. White people have roots in Europe and are widely considered its original inhabitants. Ethnicity encompasses multiple factors including race, language, religion, and culture – however, people who identify with White ethnicity usually possess lighter skin tones and more fair hair than people of other ethnicities.
Suki Waterhouse’s Modeling Career
Waterhouse made her mark as a model during the British “it girl” era of the last decade, alongside Cara Delevingne and Alexa Chung. She became one of the faces of Burberry, Tommy Hilfiger, Vogue global covers as well as walking for brands including Alexander Wang and Karl Lagerfeld.
At 16 years old, this multidisciplinary artist began her professional modeling career after being discovered at a pub. Soon afterward she garnered several notable modeling contracts, appearing in Vogue and Elle magazines while becoming a regular presence at fashion week events as a front-row model.
Over the years, she’s served as an inspiration to beauty companies and shot editorials for magazines including British Vogue, American Vogue, Chinese Vogue, Russian Vogue, and Korean Vogue as well as Elle. Additionally, she’s made appearances in Grazia 1883 Stylist Velour and Love magazines. In April 2017 Laura Mercier named her their Mercier Muse – something which didn’t go unnoticed by many!
Influenced by icons like Marianne Faithfull and Anita Pallenberg, Poppy Jamie was inspired to co-found retro, hyper-femme accessories brand Pop & Suki alongside herself and Marianne Faithfull, creating stylish yet functional bags which offer both versatility and polish.
Waterhouse has also established herself as an accomplished fashion designer with her eponymous label. Stocked at over 80 stores worldwide, her pieces range from faux fur jackets to silk cami dresses; some of her pieces have even made appearances at several upscale fashion shows and red-carpet events.
Waterhouse is also an accomplished visual artist; her paintings have been shown at galleries worldwide. She released her inaugural solo show in 2019 entitled “Misunderstood,” featuring several pieces exploring miscommunication issues within romantic relationships.
Waterhouse still finds time to give back to her community despite being busy; she regularly raises awareness for mental health issues and participates in campaigns designed to encourage those struggling with depression or anxiety to seek assistance. She even shares her personal experiences on social media to encourage others to open up and seek help.
Suki Waterhouse’s Acting Career
Suki Waterhouse was born and raised in Chiswick, London by her parents Elizabeth (a cancer care nurse) and Norman Waterhouse (a plastic surgeon). Suki has one younger sister named Imogen who is also an accomplished model and actress.
Suki began her modeling career at 16 after being discovered at a pub. Since then, she has modeled for several high fashion brands like Burberry, Tommy Hilfiger, and Laura Mercier; additionally, she has enjoyed roles in multiple movies and TV shows.
Waterhouse began her acting career slowly, appearing first in 2012’s Pusher. Since then she has had several minor roles across film and television – The Divergent Series: Insurgent (2015); Love Rosie (2013); The Bad Batch (2016); Assassination Nation (2018) and Detective Pikachu (2019).
Suki Waterhouse, known for her acting career, has also dabbled in music. She released her debut album I Can’t Let Go in 2022 as well as recording an EP called Milk Teeth. Suki draws inspiration for many of her song lyrics from personal experiences with toxic relationships.
Suki Waterhouse stars as Karen Sirko, a keyboardist in a psychedelic garage band. Her character draws heavily upon Fleetwood Mac and Riley Keough channels Stevie Nicks as Daisy Jones; Karen, however, has little tolerance for their messy romantic affairs; in one scene from Daisy Jones and the Six, she sings of their relationship in “Brutally.”
Pop & Suki
Suki Waterhouse captures intimate and formative moments from her life through songs. Memories of unrequited love, longing, and anxiety resurface as puzzle pieces within her music–an eclectic mixture of country music, 90s alternative rock, and unassuming pop. Her songs fit right in at an old-fashioned record store or festival stage alike.
Daisy Jones & The Six has cemented her place as a household name thanks to her modeling career and role as Karen Sirko, but she’s also exploring new talents as a songwriter and musician. Londoner Lisa Osmond took a patient approach towards music; now, after two albums – I Can’t Let Go and Milk Teeth – released by her label and touring internationally, including visits to legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater, Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles and Radio City Music Hall in New York.
Pop & Suki, Waterhouse’s successful direct-to-consumer millennial fashion accessories brand, is also making waves in Culver City and has received wear by Lady Gaga and Emily Ratajkowski among many other stars. Notable Takeout bags, circle bags, and their best-selling camera bag have made up some of their products; worn even by Lady Gaga herself! With such success comes an expanding business that recently opened its first US flagship in Culver City.
Pop & Suki introduced their latest line of leather accessories this year: a suede shopping tote and a smaller camera bag designed to be customized with monogramming, charms, and tassels. To introduce their collection effectively, the couple enlisted director brothers Gigi and Roy Ben Artzi of Ben Artzi Films’ short film parodying the excessive branding seen with certain fashion brands.
Poppy Jamie and Suki Waterhouse can be seen wondering what has gone wrong in this video from Ben Artzi, featuring their signature style of girly yet tomboyish outfits and quick-fire subtitles with a vintage vibe. It captures their playful, offbeat sense of humor while showing their commitment to creating versatile day-to-night fashion pieces that suit all.