Imogen Poots bio, Movies & Tv shows, Net worth, Personal life, Childhood, Facts
Who is Imogen Poots?
Imogen Poots is an English actress best known for playing Tammy Harris in the British-Spanish science fiction horror film 28 Weeks Later.
In the Early life of Imogen Poots
Imogen Poots was born in Hammersmith, London, England, the United Kingdom on June 3, 1989. Her name of birth is Imogen Gay Poots. Her parents ' names are Fiona Goodall and Trevor Poots. She belongs to the English nationality and is Northern Irish in her ethnicity. She has an older brother, Alex, who's a model.
Raised in Chiswick, Poots was privately educated in western London, attending Bute House Preparatory School for Girls in Brook Green, Queen's Gate School in South Kensington, and Latymer Upper School in Hammersmith. While she intended to become a veterinarian, she started spending Saturdays at an improvisation workshop hosted by the Young Blood Theater Company at the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith. After fainting at the sight of veterinary surgery during work experience, she abandoned her original career aspiration. Attaining three A grades at A-level, she won a place at the Courtauld Institute of Art in 2008 but had it deferred for two years to pursue her acting career.
In the Career(Movies & Tv shows) of Imogen Poots
Fig: Imogen Poots in 28 Weeks Later
Poots first appeared on-screen in an episode of Casualty and had a non-speaking role in V for Vendetta, but she was largely unknown when, at the age of 17, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo cast her in 28 Weeks later. She has since appeared in movies like Cracks, Centurion, and as the female lead in Fright Night's 2011 remake alongside Anton Yelchin. According to Giles Hattersley, although Poots has never formally trained as an actress, she has developed her acting skills through a practical apprenticeship that may have served her well, and in front of the camera, she is "compellingly natural".In 2011, She was selected by fashion house Chloé to appear in a campaign for her eponymous fragrance shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. In 2012, she was selected to start a collaboration between fashion label Marni and high street retailer H&M in a Sofia Coppola-directed advertising campaign.
In 2012, in A Late Quartet, Poots played the acrimonious young violinist Alexandra Gelbart opposite Catherine Keener and Philip Seymour Hoffman. She appeared in Tim Buckley's Greetings, Filth, and The Look of Love in 2013. In 2014, Poots starred in the romantic comedy That Awkward Moment and the action movie Need for Speed, an adaptation of the video game series. In 2015, she appeared in She's Funny That Way with Jennifer Aniston and Cate Blanchett's Knight of Cups, and was cast in the adaptation of the Beautiful Ruins novel by Jess Walter. In the Jimi Hendrix biopic Jimi: All Is by My Side, she portrayed Linda Keith as Hendrix alongside André Benjamin. In 2015 she reunited with Yelchin for the green room.
How much is the net worth of Imogen Poots?
Fig: Imogen Poots featured on cover page
She has an extremely large net worth of $2 million, based on the insights of the year 2019. It is every one of her endeavors and abilities that have made her so rich today that she lives a happy and luxurious life. From her work, there are chances of earning more in the coming future.
In the Personal life of Imogen Poots
Fig: Imogen Poots with her ex boyfriend Anton Yelchin
Speaking of her personal life, she dated her boyfriend Anton Yelchin and the couple began dating back to 2011. They're a great couple, but they've been separated. There are no other relationships with her. She's still single now.
Facts of Imogen Poots
- She was Originally planned to train as a vet, but fainted during the placement of work experience and chose to act instead.
- 2018, Olivier Awards — Best actress in a role of support: nominee.
- She is active on social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram. She has more than 51.5 k followers on Facebook and more than 152k followers on Instagram.
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