Holliday Grainger stars in "The Borgias" on Showtime as Lucrezia Borgia. Grainger also stars in the movie "Jane Eyre," alongside Mia Wasikowska, Michael Fassbender and Jamie Bell, as Diana Rivers, and in Optimum's "Bel Ami," opposite Robert Pattinson. In May 2010, Grainger was named one of the 55 faces of the future in Nylon Magazine's Young Hollywood Issue.

Holliday Grainger has worked primarily on British TV with recurring roles on "Waterloo Road" and "Where the Heart Is." She has also made guest appearances on many series including "Any Human Heart," "Five Daughters," "Above Suspicion 2: The Red Dahlia," "Blue Murder," "Robin Hood," "Merlin" and "Waking the Dead." She can be seen in the miniseries "Demons" and "Fairy Tales." Her TV movie credits include "Stanley Park," "Dis/Connected" and "The Bad Mother's Handbook."

Her British feature film credits include "The Scouting Book for Boys" and "Awaydays."

Grainger's theater credits include Doug Hodge's Donmar Warehouse staging of Athol Fugard's "Dimetos."

Grainger's educational background includes Parrs Wood Technical College, The Madeley School of Dance, University of Leeds and Open University.


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Age: 29 years old
Birthday: January 1, 1988
Full Name / Real Name: Holliday Grainger
Birthplace: Didsbury, Manchester, England, UK

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reemy says:
Correction. Holliday's birthday is not January. Error recorded from a default setting elsewhere.

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