Eileen Daly was born on June 1, 1963 in Surrey, England. Girl has a younger brother. Eileen tried drama school but dropped out because she lacked the discipline. Girl was living with Tim Pope, who directed promos for The Cure, Siouxsie and the Banshees, and Soft Cell, which explains her gothy good looks. Daly left home quite young and started modelling to earn her keep, moving from place to place all around South London. Eileen did game shows, mud wrestling, kissograms, TV parts, pop promos.
Daly got serious about her acting in her mid-20s. She always loved horror films and had wanted to star in them. So when girl started getting parts in a several little horror films, it changed her focus on what she wanted to do. It was around this time that Eileen met Nigel Wingrove and together they started up a company called Redemption Films. The recognition Daly got from the Redemption work became the turning point of her career. Eileen has appeared in films such as "Sentinels of Darkness", "Razor Blade Smile", "Kannibal", "All About Anna", "Neon", "Machines of Love & Hate", "Cradle of Fear", "Witchcraft X" and most recently "Evil Calls: The Raven" reuniting her with "Kannibal" director Richard Driscoll.
In the controversial mainstream movie "All About Anna", produced by Lars von Trier's company Zentropa, actress plays a leading role which includes few explicit, non-simulated sex scenes, including a scene of fellatio performed to climax and full intercourse. In "Razor Blade Smile" girl has a vampiric lesbian scene that gets a little bloody as she bites Heidi James on the neck. In "Cradle of Fear", her love interest is a cripple and actress can be seen licking and kissing his leg stump. Eileen Daly also appears in the adult video Private Sports 5: Surf Fuckers from Private Media Group, but only in a non-sex appearance.
Most recently, she has released her first foray into the world of music. The band Jezebel plays an eclectric mix of Rock, Goth and perverse fairy tales. The first CD, Forbidden Fruit was released on the 26th of March, 2007 on the record label Triple Silence. A track off Forbidden Fruit, entitled "Plastic Surgery" is featured on the "Cradle of Fear" movie soundtrack CD. Before the Forbidden Fruit CD in 1998, but also under the name Jezebel, Daly released a single featuring Emily Bouffante entitled "Persuasion".