Kirstie Pooley

Los Angeles , California
Profession

Actor

Development

Exec


Personal Bio
Kirstie Pooley Born in London is the daughter of actor and painter Olaf Pooley and actress Irlin Hall. She was only 16 when she landed her first role on stage in Sandy Wilson’s “The Boyfriend”. Kirstie trained at the Italia Conti Stage School and went onto to win a scholarship at The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. She appeared in a number of television series including the award winning production of the Glittering Prizes for the BBC playing Helga. She played Eva (lead) in The Vorpal Blade opposite Peter Cushing for Anglia TV. and was Co-Star in Whoops Apocolypse with John Cleese. You will have also seen her in The Professionals, Target and Bill series, before winning the lead role Jella opposite Sir Peter Hall and Delphine Seyrig in “Der Letze Schrei” Interwest Films Berlin for Director Robert Van Ackeran. She also played Eva Braun opposite Steven Berkoff’s Hitler in “War and Remembrance” Co-Star for ABC/Paramount. And played the lead Eliza Doolittle opposite Peter O’Toole in “Pygmalion” on Broadway. Kirstie moved to Los Angeles in 2003 with her husband and two daughters Olivia and Juliet Holland-Rose now both aspiring young actresses. Recently she joined forces with Argonaut Films as a producer in 2005 after working at the Writers Bootcamp/WBC Productions where she worked in development. She specializes in Film Finance and development working both in the US and UK. Kirstie has recently been filming both in London and Los Angeles and loves being a working actor.

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