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In 2013, Holliday made a short film with former The Borgias co-star David Oakes. Which can be rented for only 1£ here. You can now find photos and screencaps in our gallery:

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Movie Productions > Goblin (2013: Short Film)

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Holly made a new appearance to the screening of ‘Lion’ hosted by Harvey Weinstein. She has her hair grown! Wearing a lovely leopard scarf with casual clothes:

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Public Appearances > 2016 > DEC 06: Special advance screening of ‘Lion’ hosted by Harvey Weinstein at The May Fair Hotel

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Added the first two on set pictures by a fan who went by London and found that Holly was filming for The Cormoran Strike and a photoshoot size update!

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Photoshoots & Portraits > 2016 > .001 Agency Portrait – HQ exclusive

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TV Productions > The Cormoran Strike (2017) > On Set

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The first photo from The Cormoran Strike has surfaced the web! Holly plays Robin and actor Tom Burke plays a policeman turned into a investigator as Strike.

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TV Productions > Cormoran Strike (2017) > Promotional Pictures

Edit: Changed the promotional picture for a HQ version thanks to Far Far Away !

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On BBC’s post that announced Holliday’s new role, they released a brand new picture of her agency headshot. We already had it on our gallery though it was autographed:

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Photoshoots & Portraits > 2016 > .001 Agency Portrait

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British actress Holliday Grainger has been cast as Robin Ellacott opposite Tom Burke, who plays Cormoran Strike, in the BBC’s “The Strike Series,” which is based on J.K. Rowling’s bestselling crime novels written under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith.

The series comprises “The Cuckoo’s Calling,” with three hour-long episodes; “The Silkworm,” with two hour-long episodes; and “Career of Evil,” also with two hour-long episodes. The series is set to begin shooting in November across London.

Grainger, who most recently starred in BBC’s “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” as Lady Constance Chatterley, will play Robin, assistant to Strike, a private detective operating out of a tiny office in London’s Denmark Street. Though she begins as a temporary secretary, managing Strike’s chaotic life, she soon becomes involved with his caseload and begins to see her true potential.

“I’m thrilled to be joining the talented creative team behind ‘The Strike Series,’ especially with the role of Robin Ellacott,” Grainger said. “Her grounded strength and intelligence is going to be a joy to explore. I can’t wait to dive straight into the wit and grit of Strike’s cannily well-observed London.”

“I couldn’t be more delighted about the casting of Holliday Grainger, who brought my Robin to perfect onscreen life during her audition. We’ve now secured two superb actors in the lead roles and I think they will create something very special together,” Rowling said.

Rowling, Neil Blair, Ruth Kenley-Letts and Elizabeth Kilgarriff will executive produce, based on scripts by Ben Richards (“The Tunnel: Sabotage,” “Spooks”), who will write “The Cuckoo’s Calling” and “The Silkworm,” and Tom Edge (“The Last Dragon Slayer,” “Lovesick”), who will write “Career of Evil.” Michael Keillor will direct “The Cuckoo’s Calling,” and Jackie Larkin will produce.

Charlotte Moore, director of BBC Content, and Ben Stephenson, former controller BBC Drama Commissioning, ordered the show. HBO has acquired U.S. and Canadian rights.

The series marks a continuation of the BBC’s relationship with Rowling’s production company, Brontë Film and TV, and Rowling herself. Brontë produced Rowling’s “The Casual Vacancy,” a three-part serial, which aired on BBC One in 2015.

Grainger is represented by Troika, WME and LBI Entertainment.

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