She was in the small but key role of the young budding actress Sibyl Vane, with whom Gray falls in love.
She was studying in the first year of the linguistics course at UCL while working in this film.
Hurd-Wood signed for World Famous Star Cards, a charity supporting the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Children's Charity, at the world charity premiere of the movie Peter Pan in London on 9 December 2003.
Hurd-Wood along with other celebrity supporters of the charity Shooting Star CHASE, Keeley Hawes, Matthew Mac Fadyen and Max Clifford joined more than 50 children with life-limiting illnesses and their families for the event on Sunday, 20 December 2009.
She moved into her own house in London just before her 21st birthday.
She has a younger brother, Patrick who appeared with her in Peter Pan as one of the sleeping children in the "I Do Believe In Fairies" scene.
27 In 2012 she became engaged to British musician Ben Westbeech; however, the couple has since split.
Later in the year, she played the younger version of the character Isabel, played by Jenny Agutter, in the short film The Mapmaker.
Hurd-Wood's career in acting started in 2002 when she was picked for the role of Wendy Darling, after her grandparents spotted a television clip that said P. Hogan was searching for a "young English rose" for the feature film Peter Pan.
She travelled to Gold Coast, Australia for eight months of filming.
He also plays the role of Samuel Crowthorn alongside his sister in her later film, Solomon Kane in which she plays Meredith Crowthorn.
Her father's work involves performing, writing scripts and doing voice-overs for commercials.
She became interested in working with children who have special needs or disabilities.