Imogen Poots hot young
June 03, 1989
5 ft 4 in | 163 cm
34-24-34 in | 87-61-87 cm
52 kg | 115 pounds
8 US | 38.5 EU
Imogen Poots was born in Hammersmith, London, England, on June 3, 1989, is an English hot actress. Young Imogen Poots made her screen debut in British medical series on BBC One, Casualty (2004) in role as Alice Thornton, at the age of 17. She made her big screen debut in mystery thriller film V for Vendetta (2005) in role as Young Valerie. Her breakthrough performance came as Tammy in movie 28 Weeks Later (2007) opposite Idris Elba and Jeremy Renner.
Me and Orson Welles (2008) period drama with Zac Efron and Claire Danes
Fright Night (2011) horror thriller with Colin Farrell and Anton Yelchin
Jimi: All Is by My Side (2013) drama in role as Linda Keith
A Long Way Down (2014) black comedy with Pierce Brosnan and Aaron Paul
That Awkward Moment (2014) romantic comedy with Zac Efron and Miles Teller
Need for Speed (2014) action thriller with Aaron Paul and Dominic Cooper
Knight of Cups (2015) experimental drama directed by Terrence Malick
She's Funny That Way (2014) comedy with Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston
Green Room (2015) horror with Anton Yelchin and Patrick Stewart
Jane Eyre (2011) romantic drama with Michael Fassbender and Mia Wasikowska
Filth (2013) crime comedy drama opposite James McAvoy
A Late Quartet (2012) drama music with Christopher Walken and Philip Seymour Hoffman
Frank & Lola (2016) noir thriller with Michael Shannon
Sweet Virginia (2017) thriller opposite Jon Bernthal
I Kill Giants (2017) fantasy drama opposite Zoe Saldana and Madison Wolfe
She has never received a formal training as an actress.
Poots was a member of Young Blood Theatre Company.
She featured in advertising campaigns for H&M, Miu Miu and Chloe.
She dated actor Anton Yelchin (2011) and she start dating English actor James Norton in 2017.
I love America a lot. I really do.
San Francisco, coolest place ever.
It is a difficult one, as you get scripts where women are just objects.
The business is so international now; you'll be working on an American film and you'll start chatting to someone, and it's like: 'Oh, you're English, too.'
I don't think anything's ever simple. Everyone's just trying to understand each other, and whether that's because you're in a relationship or because you're meeting their friends or because their meeting your brother or whatever it is, nothing like that is ever smooth running.
I can scare myself like a pro.
If a role has been too one-dimensional, I have turned it down.
You've got these big studio films and these tiny independent films now. It's very much either/or. With the independent films, it's always a beautiful risk - it might never be seen. With the studio films, you're conforming to the formula of what's always been in place.