|Born||9 July 1978|
South West London, England
|Education||Putney High School|
|Alma mater||University of Manchester|
Olivia Poulet (born 9 July 1978) is an English actress and screenwriter.
After her graduation in 2001, Poulet landed her first role in the television series The Bill. In 2005, she portrayed Camilla Parker Bowles, now the Duchess of Cornwall in the television film Whatever Love Means. She appeared in the feature film In the Loop in 2009. The same year she portrayed Carol Thatcher in the television film Margaret. She has also had roles in Day of the Flowers, Sherlock, Dappers, The Thick of It, Reggie Perrin and Outnumbered.
Poulet has also appeared on stage productions including The Queef of Terence and The Bird Flu Diaries. She has also voiced roles in video game Dragon Age II by BioWare. In 2011, Poulet and her comedy partner Sarah Solemani wrote a sitcom for the BBC, which will be produced by Charlie Hanson. She also completed a screenplay called Ocean Road for producer Harriet Rees.
In 2018 she joined the cast of Holby City playing the hospital's new CEO Abigail Tate.
|2001||The Bill||Amanda||TV series (1 episode: "A Week of Nights: Part 1")|
|2002||Killing Me Softly||Alice's Secretary|
|2002||Silent Witness||Alice Gregg||TV series (2 episodes)|
|2003||The Inspector Lynley Mysteries||Sasha||TV series (1 episode: "A Suitable Vengeance")|
|2005||The Rotter's Club||Ffion Foulkes||TV series|
|2005||Friends and Crocodiles||Carol||TV movie|
|2005||The Little Things You Do||Martha||Short film|
|2005||Love Soup||Julie Pirelli||TV series (1 episode: "There Must Be Some Way Out of Here")|
|2005||Whatever Love Means||Camilla Parker Bowles||TV movie|
|2006||Heroes and Villains||Clare|
|2007–2012||The Thick of It||Emma Messinger||TV series (10 episodes)|
|2008||Secret Diary of a Call Girl||Helen (Mrs. Matt)||TV series (1 episode; series 2, episode 3)|
|2008||My Zinc Bed||Girl||TV movie; uncredited|
|2008||Outnumbered||Julie||TV series (1 episode)|
|2009||In the Loop||Suzy|
|2009||Margaret||Carol Thatcher||TV movie|
|2009||Reggie Perrin||Tiia||TV series (1 episode)|
|2009||Stalking Ben Chadz||June||Short film|
|2010||Dappers||Anna||TV series (1 episode: "Proper Job")|
|2010||Sherlock||Amanda||TV series (1 episode: "The Blind Banker")|
|2011||Day of the Flowers||Lucy|
|2012||Mourning Rules||June||Short film|
|2012||Asylum Seekers||Leah Levine||Short film|
|2016||Fresh Meat||Paz||TV series (1 episode)|
|2016||The Musketeers||Henrietta Marie||TV series (1 episode)|
|2017||Mad to Be Normal||Maria|
|2018||Holby City||Abigail Tate|
|2019||Death in Paradise||Pippa Mayhew||TV Series (S8:E3)|
|2019||Doc Martin||Julia Pote||TV series (4 episodes)|
|2011||Dragon Age II||Charade Amell/Moira/Lady Elegant/Sergeant Melindra/A Friend (voices)|
|2014||Dragon Age: Inquisition||Josephine's Attendant/Hissing Wastes Charter/Skyhold Resident (voices)|
- "Olivia Poulet marriage". Contact Music Ltd. Retrieved 28 January 2016.
- "Stalking Ben Chadz : Sweet As A Productions". Archived from the original on 2 October 2013. Retrieved 30 September 2013.
- "Olivia Poulet Biography". Sherlockology.com. Retrieved 15 September 2013.
- David Thomas, "Whatever acting means", The Daily Telegraph, 11 December 2005.
- "Olivia Poulet: From Tory tough nut to a taste for the wild side". The Independent. 13 March 2012. Retrieved 14 September 2013.
- Top girl: Olivia Poulet interview - Theatre - Going Out - London Evening Standard