Polly Walker is an English actress who is most known for her role as ‘Atia of the Julii’ in the television series ‘Rome,’ for which she received multiple nominations. ‘Restoration,’ ‘Clash of the Titans,’ and ‘Caprica’ are among her other historical and science-fiction dramas in which she has appeared.
Polly Alexandra Walker was born on 19 May 1966 in Warrington, Lancashire. Her father name is Arthur Walker who was a businessman and mother Georgiana Walker who worked as a teacher. She has two sisters – Hannah Walker, Emma Walker and one brother Daniel Walker. Until entering Ballet Rambert School at 16, she attended Padgate Church of England Primary School in Warrington and Bush Davies School of Ballet and Performing Arts in East Grinstead. She studied acting at the Drama Centre in London before joining the Royal Shakespeare Company, where she worked for six months in minor roles before being cast in minor roles on television.
Before starring in Shogun Mayeda (aka Journey of Honor), Walker played the title role in the television series Lorna Doone (1991). In the same year, she starred in Mike Newell’s Enchanted April and Les Equilibristes, in which she played an aristocrat desperate to escape the attentions of her persistent male admirers. Walker originally attracted international recognition in Phillip Noyce’s Patriot Games in 1992 as a single-minded English member of an Irish terrorist organisation. She had a starring role in the BBC drama State of Play in 2003. Walker portrayed Atia of the Julii in both seasons of the HBO–BBC2 television series Rome from 2005 to 2007. In 2005, she was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama for her performance. In January 2007, she portrayed the malevolent Catherine Braithwaite in “Deus Ex Machina,” a two-episode narrative from the BBC television “cold case” mystery series Waking the Dead.
She starred as Lady Bess Sedgwick in ITV’s Marple: At Bertram’s Hotel in May 2007, and then as sugar heiress Ellis Samuels in CBS’s Cane, which premiered on September 25, 2007. In May 2008, Walker was cast in Syfy’s Battlestar Galactica prequel series Caprica as Sister Clarice Willow, the headmistress of a secluded Catholic school. She appeared as Ranna Seneschal, the leader of Praxis’ underground metropolis, on Sanctuary in 2011. She played Francesca Miller, a criminal wife, in the BBC crime drama Prisoners’ Wives in 2012. In 2013, she returned to the role for the second series. In 2014, she had a recurring role in the ITV series Mr Selfridge as Delphine Day. She played DI Baker in The Syndicate in 2015. In 2018, she starred in the film Age Before Beauty as Bel, the main heroine. In the Netflix series Cursed, she played Lady Lunete, Queen Regent and mother to Uther Pendragon, a recurring role for five episodes in 2020. Walker has played Lady Featherington in the Netflix series Bridgerton since December 2020.
Polly Walker is a happily married woman. Laurence Penry-Jones, who is also an actor, is her husband. The pair married in October 2008 and have been happily married for 12 years. She has two children from previous partnerships, Giorgio Walker and Delilah Walker.
Polly Walker is a stunningly pretty and charming young lady with a captivating personality. She has a stunning, gorgeous, and voluptuous form, as well as great body dimensions and a slender body type. Her body dimensions are around 37-27-38 inches. She stands about 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs around 58 kgs. She has lovely brown hair that is long and lustrous, as well as blazing blue eyes that are both stunning and mesmerizing.
Polly’s estimated net worth is $5 million- $10 million and primary income from film actor,stage actor,dancer.