Imogen Gay Poots was born in London to a television producer father and a journalist mother. Growing up in London, Imogen Poots wanted to be a veterinarian, but as of her high school years, her passion for acting emerged and this passion guided both her education life choices and her career. In fact, she abandoned her education at one of the elite art institutes for her acting career.
Imogen Poots, who started her professional career with the TV series “Casualty” in 2004, in which she starred in an episode, then had the chance to act in two movies, which are among the most successful examples of their kind. Released in 2005, “V for Vendetta” was Imogen Poots' feature film debut. In 2007, we watched Imogen Poots portray the character of Tammy in the movie “28 Weeks Later”.
Imogen Poots, who starred in “Centurion” in 2010 and “Fright Night” in 2011, progressed in her career by taking part in many movies, including TV projects. Imogen Poots, who starred in the movie “A Late Quartet” in 2012, managed to create her own fan base with her performance in the movie “Need for Speed” in 2014. That same year, we watched Imogen Poots as Isabella Patterson in “She's Funny That Way”.
Continuing her career without interruption, Imogen Poots gave a successful performance with “Green Room” in 2015. In addition to her career on the screens, she also managed to make a parallel career on the theater stages. Imogen Poots, who starred in the movie “Vivarium” in 2019, also took part in TV series projects such as “I Know This Much Is True” and “Outer Range”.