HOLLIDAY Grainger has become a familiar face on both TV screens and stage thanks to roles in The Borgais, The Capture, and The Riot Club.
Although, the Manchester-born actress is best known for her role in BBC drama Strike: Lethal White.
Who is Holliday Grainger?
Holliday was born and raised in Didsbury, Manchester, on March 27, 1988.
Her first experience of acting was at age five when she was scouted for a BBC TV series.
She was six years old when she landed a role in the comedy series All Quiet On The Preston Front.
She then had TV roles in Casualty, Doctors, Dalziel And Pascoe, Where the Heart Is, Waterloo Road and Merlin as her career began to blossom.
In 2018 she starred in Strike: Career of Evil, which was a two-part mystery based on JK Rowling's book and adapted to the screen by Tom Edge.
Grainger is back on our screens in the latest series of Strike, playing Robin Ellacott alongside Tom Burke.
What has Holliday Grainger starred in?
Holliday's first film role was in 1997's The Missing Postman.
But the 32-year-old has since gone on to play parts in more notable films such as Bel Ami and The Riot Club.
She also has had roles in Cinderella, The Finest Hours and My Cousin Rachel.
Grainger has acted opposite Hollywood legends such as Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Pattinson, and Rachel Weisz.
Is Holliday Grainger married?
The actress isn't married but she is in a long-term relationship.
Holliday started dating British actor Harry Treadaway back in January 2015.
Before Harry, Holliday dated François Arnaud (2011 – 2012) and Luke Bailey (2007 – 2011).
When is Strike: Lethal White on BBC One?
It again features both private investigator Cormoran Strike and his assistant and secretary, Robin Ellacott.
Strike: Lethal White is four-part mystery and involves a man asking for Strike's help investigating a crime he believes he witnessed when he was a child.
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