It’s okay if you don’t know who Australian model and actress Courtney Eaton is.
Unless you saw her as Cheedo the Fragile along with Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy, George Miller’s summer blockbuster Mad Max: Fury Road then you are not alone.
Eaton, a 19-year-old native of the western Australian city of Bunbury is a unique and exotic mix of Chinese, Māori, Cook Islander and English descent.
Before venturing into the world of acting, the 5’10 Eaton was signed by Sydney-based modeling firm, Vivien’s Models Management at the age of 11 en route to being one of the breakout stars during 2013 Australian Fashion Week.
Eaton would pose for the likes of brands such swimwear brand Tigerlily and clothing brand Forever New.
Seen recently on the Hollywood red carpet wearing the likes of Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana at Cannes and the Met Gala, Eaton has secured the main female lead of Zaya, a slave girl in director Alex Proyas’ 2016 fantasy film ‘Gods of Egypt’ opposite Gerard Butler (300) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Games of Thrones).
If you don’t know who she is now, you will come to know her very well in 2016.