Actress Olivia Poulet: Filmography
Olivia Poole is an English actress and screenwriter,working mainly on television series. The most famous projects with her participation - the series "Thick of events", the thriller "Kill me tenderly" and the television drama "Margaret".
The actress was born in London in 1979. She received her secondary education at the old private school for girls Putney High School, which she graduated in 1997. She was a student of the University of Pittsburgh. In the same year, the future actress entered Manchester University, where she studied dramatic art.
In 2001, right after graduation from the university,Olivia Poulet received a small role in the popular detective series "Pure English Murder." This project was followed by the role of the second plan in the thriller "Kill me tenderly."
In 2005, the actress played the role of Camille Parker Bowles in the television melodrama "Whatever love meant." The film is based on a real history of dating Camille Shand and Prince Charles.
In 2009, Olivia played in the politicalcomedy Armando Iannucci "In the loop", not very popular. In the same year, the actress was confirmed for the role of Carol Thatcher, the daughter of "Iron Lady" Margaret Thatcher, in the television movie "Margaret".
From 2007 to 2012, Olivia Poole acted as Emma Messinger in the pseudo-documentary series "The Thick of Events". So far this is the most famous project in her entire career.
In the filmography of Pula also worth noting is the television series Sherlock. In the episode "The Blind Banker" actress Olivia Poulet played Amanda.
Among the recent projects involving the actress ishighlight the Robert Mullan drama "Enrages to be normal", which was released in April 2017. In addition to Poole, David Tennant, Elizabeth Moss and Michael Gembon also played in the film.
Recently, Olivia appeared in the role of Alison in the British sitcom Back. At the moment, only six episodes are shot, and, most likely, the audience expects a sequel.
Career Olivia is not limited to acting. Together with British actress Sarah Soleman, she wrote a screenplay for the sitcom of the BBC channel. The series will be produced by Charlie Hanson.
Olivia Poulet recently completed the "Sea Road" scenario for the successful producer Harriet Reese.
In 2011, the voice of the actress spoke to Lady Elegant from the computer game Dragon Age II. The game was a success, like the previous part, which prompted the creators to work on the sequel.
In 1998, Olivia met Benedict Cumberbatch, with whom she studied at Manchester University.
Olivia Poulet and Benedict Cumberbatch met for 12 years and parted in 2011.