Holliday Grainger most recently starred as 'Dirty Debbie' in the BBC Three pilot Stanley Park and, earlier this year, took on the role of 'Emily' in The Scouting Book For Boys, a film previewed to critical acclaim at the London Film Festival. In May 2009, she played the role of 'Mollie' in Pat Holden's feature Away Days, written by Kevin Sampson and starring Stephen Graham. She then made her stage debut as 'Lydia,' alongside Jonathan Pryce and Anne Reid, in Athol Fugard's 1975 play Dimetos. Earlier this year, Grainger starred in BBC's television drama series Five Daughters, as well as reprising her role as 'Sharon Bilkin' in the second season of Above Suspicion, based on the adaptation of Lynda La Plante's best-selling crime novels. Last year, she appeared in Demons, Merlin, Robin Hood, and Blue Murder with Caroline Quentin. Grainger was also recognized for her character of 'Charlie Cooper' in the adaptation of Kate Long's novel The Bad Mother's Handbook, opposite Robert Pattinson. Her other television credits include Waking the Dead, Waterloo Road and Where The Heart Is. Grainger is a native of Manchester, England.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2011.
Holliday Grainger Facts
|Birthplace||Didsbury, Manchester, England, United Kingdom|