Mamma Mia

Jonathan Prime

Mamma Mia! Lily James is a full-blown star!

OK, fans of the British star have known for a while that she is a fantastic actress, but her role as young Donna in the summer blockbuster, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again earned her some serious street cred.

In fact, this musical role is how she earned herself a People's Choice Awards finalist spot in the Female Movie Star of 2018 category and frankly her singing chops and overall acting skills are reason enough for her to win the category...although it's not up to us.

It's up to you to vote for James for Female Movie Star of 2018 and with our final voting deadline creeping up on Friday, Oct. 19 the time is now to make your voice heard.

As you decide which fierce female will get your vote, why not take a look back at all of the 29-year-old actress's best roles throughout her career?

There are few that you might've totally forgotten about and a few that you'll never stop loving from James —cough, Cinderella, cough. 

Whether you fell in love with James as Lady Rose on Downton Abbey—she was annoying at first, but in the end was totally sweet—or just became a fan with her new Netflix film, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, the actress has a body of work that speaks volumes.

Check out all of James' iconic roles below and don't forget to vote for all of the People's Choice Awards categories before the Oct. 19 deadline!

Lily James, Secret Diary of a Call Girl

ITV Studios

ESC: Best TV/Movie Weddings, Downton Abbey, Lily James


Lily James, Cinderella

Disney Enterprises, Inc

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Lily James


Baby Driver, Lily James

Media Rights Capital

Lily James, Darkest Hour

Focus Features

Lily James, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

Kerry Brown/Netflix

 Lily James, Mamma Mia Here We Go Again

Jonathan Prime/Universal Pictures

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