Who is Louisa Harland?
Louisa Harland is an Irish actress, who rose to fame as Orla McCool in the TV comedy series “Derry Girls” (2018-2019), and is also known as Stella in the comedy-drama film “Lost in London”. other roles she has acquired so far in her fledgling career.
Louisa Harland Bio- Age, childhood and education
Born Louisa Clare Harland on January 31, 1993 in Dublin, Ireland; she is the youngest in the family and has two older sisters, Katie and Ellie. She has been interested in acting from a young age and after graduating from high school, she moved to London and enrolled at Mountview Academy of Theater Arts where she studied filmmaking and acting.
Louisa struggled to jump-start her career after graduating from college, but eventually landed the role of Kayleigh in the TV crime drama series “Love/Hate” (2010-2014) in 2011, and joined the cast in the second season of the award-winning series starring Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, Killian Scoot and Aoibhinn McGinty.
After her stint in the series ended, Louisa waited three years for her next major role, when she played Julie in the romantic drama film “Standby”, starring Jessica Pare, Brian Gleeson and Stanley Townsend. She continued to improve in the following years and in 2016 played Caz Ellison in an episode of the TV series “Doctors” (2016), and then appeared in a minor role in the TV miniseries “Harley and the Davidson” (2016). ), and in 2017 starred as Stella in the comedy film “Lost in London” written, directed by and starring Woody Harrelson and Daniel Radcliffe as himself, supported by Owen Wilson.
Rise to fame
Louisa rose to popularity and in 2018 she secured the role of her career to date, chosen as one of the Derry Girls, Orla, alongside Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Nicole Coughlan and Jamie-Lee O’Donnell. So far, Louisa has starred in 12 episodes of the award-winning series, which has contributed to her wealth and popularity. In recent years, she has also appeared in the TV series ‘Finding Joy’ and ‘Handy’, while she is also working on the comedy horror film ‘Boys from County Hell’, which is scheduled to be released in April 2020.
Louisa Harland Net Worth, Height, Weight and Appearance
Louisa Harland has starred in 10 movies and TV series since the start of her career, all of which have contributed to her wealth. According to sources, Louisa Harland’s net worth is estimated to be as much as $140,000 as of early 2020.
Louisa Harland is 1.73 m tall while her weight and other body measurements are unknown at the moment, but she has a slim figure. Louisa has brown eyes and light brown curly hair.
Louisa Harland Personal Life, Dating, Boyfriend, Single
Louisa is very secretive about her love life, but some information has come out. She has been linked to actor Calvin Demba in the past, but she has neither confirmed nor denied the rumor. According to reports, Louisa is now single and focused on her emerging career.
Louisa Harland News, facts, influence
Louisa Harland is growing in popularity and magazines have often written about her, thanks in part to her involvement in the hit TV comedy series “Derry Girls” – it was rumored that the series has been cancelled after season three, and there would be no more new episodes.
However, the rumor turned out to be untrue, but we are yet to know when the next season will premiere. Louisa has also been in the news thanks to the upcoming movie “Boys from County Hell” which is scheduled to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Louisa has become very famous on social media platforms, which she has used to promote her career and inspire other young struggling actors, and with around 100,000 followers on her official Instagram pagehas shown that you can become famous if you try hard enough.
You can feel the chemistry between the cast of “Derry Girls” on screen, but this is because the main stars are good friends outside of the show and often spend time together.
Due to her secretive nature, Louisa has faced numerous rumors since she rose to world fame, one of which was her alleged marriage. But like many other rumors, this too turned out to be false.