Jennifer Ehle


Author Information

Jennifer Anne
Last name
Jennifer Ehle
December 29, 1969
North American
Zodiac sign

Jennifer Ehle Movies

  • The Professor and the…
  • Fifty Shades Freed
  • Vox Lux
  • Detroit
  • Fifty Shades Of Grey
  • MI-5
  • Zero Dark Thirty
  • The Ides of March
  • The King’s Speech
  • Possession
  • Sunshine
  • This Year’s Love
  • Wilde
  • Paradise Road
  • Pride and Prejudice
  • Backbeat

Jennifer Ehle movie quotes, phrases and lines

In: Actors in real life

“I am an American. I adore Britain and have a strong English half, but my roots are here in the U.S. – it is not a matter of choice; it is simply fact.”
Jennifer Ehle

“You know what else I’ve learnt? That it’s all right not to ride the crest of the wave. Every time a wave comes along I retreat, and I haven’t come to any harm yet.”
Jennifer Ehle

In: Reputation and Popularity

“What’s the point of doing a brilliant Hedda Gabler in my back garden if no one will ever see it?”
Jennifer Ehle

From the movie: The Professor and the Madman

“Sometimes when we push away, that is when we most need to be resisted.”
Jennifer Ehle – Ada Murray

From the movie: Zero Dark Thirty

“So, no boyfriend… ‘you got any friends at all?”

Jennifer Ehle – Jessica

From the movie: Wilde

“People have never understood the courage he needed to be himself.”
Jennifer Ehle – Constance Wilde

From the movie: The King’s Speech

“- Lionel Logue: This fellow could really be somebody great. He’s fighting me.
– Myrtle Logue: Perhaps he doesn’t want to be great. Perhaps that’s what you want.”

Geoffrey Rush – Lionel Logue
Jennifer Ehle – Myrtle Logue

From the movie: Possession

“I cannot let you burn me up, nor can I resist you. No mere human can stand in a fire and not be consumed.”
Jennifer Ehle – Christabel LaMotte

From the TV Series: Pride and Prejudice

“The more I see of the world, the less inclined I am to think well of it.”
Jennifer Ehle – Elizabeth Bennet

From the movie: Paradise Road

“Love is like a flame, it burns and is visible to all.”
Jennifer Ehle – Rosemary Leighton-Jones