Louise Lombard is an English actress.
Early life and educationEdit
Lombard was born in London, England, the fifth of seven children.
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 her big break was in the hit series Chancer, after which Lombard went on to star in the television dramas Body Guards and Metropolis, as well as several films, including Gold in the Streets, My Kingdom, and After the Rain.
She was named one of People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in the World in 1994. From 1998 to 2000, Lombard took a career break to study English literature at St. Edmund's College, part of the University of Cambridge.
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 2004, Lombard appeared in the film Hidalgo. In November of that same year, Lombard began a recurring role on the television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation during seasons five and six. She made her first appearance in season five episode seven ("Formalities") playing Sofia Curtis, a crime scene investigator who goes on a career path to become a homicide detective. In September 2006 in the season seven premiere ("Built to Kill, Part 1"), Lombard began a regular role which she held throughout the seventh season until its finale ("Living Doll"). In September 2007, Lombard appeared in the season eight 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 the sixth season of the main NCIS series. 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 eleven episode "Father of the Bride," which aired on April 28, 2011, and revealed that her character had been promoted to deputy chief.
Lombard also starred in the pilot for the Lifetime post-apocalyptic drama series The Lottery in 2014.
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