Jul. 18th, 1984
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Rosalind Halstead (born July 18, 1984) is an English actress, model, and dancer.
Halstead trained for five years at the Central School of Ballet, and danced at Sadler's Wells Theatre (Earl's Court and Her Majesty's Theatre). Her performance career began at the North London Performing Arts Centre at the age of eight.
By the age of 13, Halstead was scouted by the Select Modelling Agency, and was a model for some years before becoming an actress.
She began her screen career in 2003 at 19 years of age with a role in Sons & Lovers (2003). Through the course of the year 2007, Halstead appeared in film and television including Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) starring Cate Blanchett, Clive Owen and Geoffrey Rush. She has also appeared in the 2005 film Mrs. Henderson Presents. Next she appeared on the short-lived UK-produced teen drama Nearly Famous (2007), followed by a role in Virgin Territory (2007).
In 2009, she appeared in a televised adaptation of Wuthering Heights on ITV1. In 2010, she appeared in the BBC comedy series How Not To Live Your Life playing a homeless woman who begins dating Don, the show's central character.
More television credits fill out her repertoire including the creature thriller Rage of the Yeti (2011) as an unfortunate victim of the rampaging Yeti monsters. Most recently, Halstead made a 2012 episode appearance on the series Sherlock (2010).
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