LENA HEADEY (Queen Gorgo) will next play the title role in the Fox Network
television pilot "The Sarah Connor Chronicles," which continues the
saga of "The Terminator" movies, with Headey taking over the part made
famous by Linda Hamilton.
Headey has also just wrapped production on the psychological horror film
"The Broken," directed by Sean Ellis, in which she stars as a woman
whose life is thrown into turmoil when she sees her exact double on the streets
of London. Her upcoming films also include "The Red Baron," in which
she stars as the love interest of Germany's famed World War I flying ace, Baron
Von Richthofen, played by Matthias Schweighoefer, with Joseph Fiennes also
starring. She also stars in the action drama "The Shooter," with
Wesley Snipes, and she is attached to the biopic "Vivaldi," which will
reunite her with Joseph Fiennes, who is set to play the title role of the
In 2006, Headey showcased her talents in three different features: the horror
thriller "The Cave"; the fantasy adventure "The Brothers
Grimm," in which she starred with Matt Damon and Heath Ledger; and the
British romantic comedy "Imagine Me & You," with Piper Perabo and
Headey made her feature film debut in 1992's "Waterland," playing
the younger version of Jeremy Irons' wife. She was also seen that year in the
BBC television movie "The Summer House." In 1993, Headey appeared in
the period drama "Century" and the award-winning Merchant-Ivory film
"The Remains of the Day."
Her first leading role came in the live-action version of Rudyard Kipling's
"The Jungle Book," and she continued to star in such independent films
as "Mrs. Dalloway," "Face," "Onegin,"
"Gossip," "Possession," "Ripley's Game" and
On television, Headey has starred in a wide range of longform projects all
over the world. Her credits include the BAFTA-nominated "The Long
Firm," HBO's "The Gathering Storm," "Merlin,"
"Loved Up" and "Band of Gold."
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