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  • Place of birth : London
  • Date of birth : 13/09/1970

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Louise Lombard (1970)

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Louise Lombard is an English actress.

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 Early life and education
Lombard's parents left Dublin in the mid-1950s. Lombard was born in London, England, the fifth child of seven siblings to a family of Irish extraction.

Lombard began taking drama lessons when she was eight. Lombard was educated at Trinity Catholic High School - a Roman Catholic school, from which she achieved nine O Levels. Lombard studied English Literature at Cambridge University and printing and photography at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London.

 Career
Lombard is best known for playing Evangeline Eliott, the younger of the two Eliott sisters, in the 1990s television drama The House of Eliott, after getting her big break in the hit series Chancer in which she starred with Clive Owen. Lombard went on to star in the TV dramas Body Guards and Metropolis and films including Gold in the Streets, My Kingdom and After the Rain.

In 1998–2000, Lombard took a career break to study English Literature at St Edmund's College of University of Cambridge.

In 1998, Lombard starred in the cult classic Tale of the Mummy. In 1999, she starred in the film Esther, with F. Murray Abraham.

In 2004, Lombard appeared in the film Hidalgo, and began a recurring role on the hit CBS television series, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation from season five and six, playing Sofia Curtis, a crime scene investigator. From 2006 to 2007, Lombard held a regular role throughout the seventh season, but only appeared in the eighth season premiere as a special guest star, where her character was promoted to homicide detective.

In 2009, Lombard appeared in the pilot episode of NCIS: Los Angeles which aired during NCIS Season 6 of the main NCIS series in the two part episodes: Legend Part 1 and Legend Part 2. She played Special Agent Lara Macy in charge of the NCIS Office of Special Projects in Los Angeles who had an icy relationship with Leroy Jethro Gibbs over events that had happened twenty years previously but presumbly due to a negative reaction to her character, was written out of the series with Macy herself being brutally murdered prior to the Season 7 episode, "Patriot Down". She appeared in that episode in a series of flashbacks and was also mentioned in by characters in both the NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles spin-off series.

In March 2011, TVLine announced that Lombard would reprise her role as Sofia Curtis on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in season 11: episode 20 called "Father of the Bride" which aired 5 May 2011, where her character has been premoted to a deputy chief.

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