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|Born||Louise Maria Perkins
13 September 1970
Redbridge, London, England
|Spouse(s)||Jon Stephen (1998-?) (divorced) (2 children)|
|Children||Alejandro and Rafaela|
Louise Maria Perkins (born 13 September 1970), known professionally as Louise Lombard, is an English actress. She is known for her roles as Evangeline Eliott in the BBC drama series The House of Eliott (1991–94) and Sofia Curtis in the CBS drama series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2004–11).
Early life and education
Lombard began taking drama lessons when she was eight. She attended Trinity Catholic High School, a Roman Catholic school, from which she achieved nine O Levels. Lombard studied English literature at Cambridge University.
Lombard is best known for playing Evangeline Eliott in the 1990s television drama The House of Eliott. Her first big break was in the hit series Chancer, after which Lombard went on to star in the television dramas Bodyguards and Metropolis and several films including Gold in the Streets, My Kingdom and After the Rain.
In 1998, Lombard starred in the cult classic Tale of the Mummy; and, in 1999, she starred in the film Esther, with F. Murray Abraham. In 1999 Lombard starred in After the Rain with Ariyon Bakare, Paul Bettany, and Peter Krummack.
In 2004, Lombard appeared in the film Hidalgo. In November that same year, Lombard began a recurring role on the television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation during Seasons 5 and 6. She made her first appearance in Season 5, Episode 7 ("Formalities"), playing Sofia Curtis, a crime scene investigator who later becomes a homicide detective. In September 2006, in the Season 7 premiere ("Built to Kill, Part 1"), Lombard began a regular role which she held throughout that season, until its finale ("Living Doll"). In September 2007, Lombard appeared in the Season 8 premiere ("Dead Doll") and was credited as a Special Guest Star.
In 2009, Lombard appeared in the pilot episode of NCIS: Los Angeles, which aired during Season 6 of the main NCIS series; Episodes 22 ("Legend Part 1") and 23 ("Legend Part 2"). She played Special Agent Lara Macy in charge of the NCIS Office of Special Projects in Los Angeles.
In March 2011, TVLine announced that Lombard would reprise her role as Sofia Curtis on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in the Season 11 episode "Father of the Bride", which aired on 28 April 2011 and revealed that her character had been promoted to Deputy Chief.
|1988||Twice Upon a Time|
|1998||Gold in the Streets||Mary|
|1998||Tale of the Mummy||Samantha Turkel|
|1999||After the Rain||Emma|
|2001||Diggity's Treasure||Rachel Blackmon|
|2004||Hidalgo||Lady Anne Davenport|
|2005||Call, TheThe Call||Woman||Short film|
|2011||Un Africain en hiver||Madame Dozin|
|1989||Forgotten, TheThe Forgotten||Kristina||TV film|
|1989||Capital City||Louise||4 episodes|
|1990||Bill, TheThe Bill||Susan Peterfield||Episode: "Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow"|
|1990||Perfect Scoundrels||Alice||Episode: "Sweeter Than Wine"|
|1990||Casualty||Clare Jameson||Episode: "All's Fair"|
|1991||Black Velvet Gown, TheThe Black Velvet Gown||Lucy Gallmington||TV film|
|1991||Bergerac||Clarissa Calder||Episode: "Snow in Provence"|
|1991–94||House of Eliott, TheThe House of Eliott||Evangeline Eliott||34 episodes|
|1996–97||Bodyguards||Liz Shaw||7 episodes|
|2003||War Stories||Gayle Phelan||TV film|
|2003||Second Nature||Dr. Harriet Fellows||TV film|
|2004–11||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Sofia Curtis||Recurring role Season 5-6 Main Cast season 7 (guest season 8 & 11) (49 Episodes)|
|2007||Judy's Got a Gun||Judy Lemen||TV film|
|2008||Kiss of Death||Kay Rousseu||TV film|
|2009||NCIS||Special Agent Lara Macy||Episode: "Legend: Part 1"
Episode: "Legend: Part 2"
|2010||Miami Medical||Karen||Episode: "All Fall Down"|
|2010||Stargate Universe||Gloria Rush||4 episodes|
|2012||Rogue||Wendy Hollingsworth||TV film|
|2012||Mentalist, TheThe Mentalist||Dean Nora Hill||Episode: "His Thoughts Were Red Thoughts"|
|2012||Dripping in Chocolate||Juliana Lovece||TV film|
|2013||The Selection||Queen Amberly||Unsold pilot|
|2014||Grimm||Elizabeth Lascelles||6 episodes|
|2015||A Student's Obsession||Stephanie||TV film (Lifetime)|
- "The 50 Most Beautiful People in the World: Louise Lombard". People. 41 (17). May 1994.
- Rampton, James (26 May 2008). "Louise Lombard: Death becomes her". The Independent.
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