Girl of the Week: Sonya Walger


Sonya Walger was born in 6 June 1974. She  is a British actress. She is perhaps best known for her revealing role in the controversial HBO series Tell Me You Love Me (2007) and as Penelope “Penny” Widmore on ABC’s Lost.

In 1998 Sonya Walger played Becky in one episode of Midsomer Murders. She portrayed Flic in Goodnight Sweetheart in 1999 and appeared in two episodes of the crime/drama The Vice (TV series). She played Donna Barnes on the HBO TV series The Mind of the Married Man in 2001. On the US version of Coupling, which aired in 2003, she played Sally Harper. Other acting roles have included guest appearances onLost as Desmond’s girlfriend, Penelope “Penny” Widmore and recurring roles on Sleeper Cell and CSI: NY. In 2004, Walger played Nicole Noone opposite Noah Wyle in The Librarian: Quest for the Spear. Surprisingly, given the strong dynamic between her and Wyle, she did not reprise that role in The Librarian: Return to King Solomon’s Mines.

Subsequently, her name was deleted from the published cast of The Librarian: Quest for the Spear.

In 2007, Walger starred in the controversial HBO series Tell Me You Love Me. The series gained notoriety even before the first episode had aired because of the frequency and extremely realistic nature of its sex scenes. Despite persistent rumors to the contrary, these scenes were eventually confirmed as simulated by several individuals intimately connected with the show.

Recent roles include a supporting part as Michelle Dixon, the wife of Sarah Connor’s former fiancé on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, and as Olivia Benford, wife of FBI agent Mark Benford (Joseph Fiennes) in the ABC TV Series FlashForward.

Sonya married screenwriter/producer Davey Holmes in July 2009. They currently live together in Los Angeles, California.

Secret Wish: That she could tell me she loves me the way she does Adam Scott

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