||Ophelia Lucy Lovibond
February 19, 1986
||University of Sussex
Ophelia Lovibond is an English actress noted for her role as Kitty Winter in the US television series Elementary.
Ophelia Lovibond grew up in Shepherd's Bush, London in a single-parent family. Her mother worked as a counsellor at Wormwood Scrubs prison. She has two siblings.
Lovibond was a scholarship student at Latymer Upper School. She also attended the Young Blood theatre company, a drama club for the youth, in Hammersmith.
She attended the University of Sussex to study English Literature, from which she graduated in 2005 with a first class degree.
Lovibond lives in Hampstead, London, with her partner, the actor Tom Hughes.
Lovibond's television debut was at the age of 12 in the ITV sitcom The Wilsons. She said she lied about her age to win the role.
She acted in the TV series FM. In the BBC satire W1A, she appeared in the character of Izzy Gould.
Lovibond was also a regular on the third season of Elementary, as Sherlock's new apprentice, Kitty Winter.
Lovibond made her film debut in Roman Polanski's Oliver Twist. She had a part in the John Lennon biopic Nowhere Boy. She played a leading role in the film 22.214.171.124, and had roles in the 2011 films London Boulevard, No Strings Attached, and Mr. Popper's Penguins. Lovibond played Carina, The Collector's aide, in the 2014 film Guardians of the Galaxy.
Lovibond featured in the February 2013 music video Please Don't Say You Love Me, by singer Gabrielle Aplin.
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||Bill, TheThe Bill
||Episode: "Running out of Kisses"
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||Episode: "A Model Murder: Part 1"
||Episode: "The Point of Vanishing"
||Titanic: Blood & Steel
||Inside No. 9
||Katheryn "Kitty" Winter
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