Romola Garai

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  • Birth Name: Romola Sadie Garai
  • Birth Place: Hong Kong
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 08/06/1982, Leo
  • Profession: Actor
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VIDEO: Family Guy: We Love You, Conrad

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Family Guy: We Love You, Conrad
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Aired: 5/3/2009

Lauren Conrad might be the love of Brian’s life. watch

VIDEO: We Love You Conrad

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Aired: 5/3/2009

Brian turns to the bottle when he discovers Jillian is engaged. After a night of drinking, he wakes up in bed next to Lauren Conrad of "The Hills." watch

Wednesday Playlist: Hour Finale, Nashville Recap and More

Happy New TV Year! With the brief holiday programming pause about to be over, it's already time to say goodbye to one of last year's better series: the evocative second season of BBC America's Golden Globe-nominated The Hour. A ticking-clock deadline fuels the suspense in Wednesday's gripping finale (9/8c). With showtime fast approaching for a new edition of the fictional '50s TV newsmagazine, The Hour's co-anchors find themselves embroiled in controversy and peril.read more

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The Look of the Hour
Abi Morgan on Changes to Expect in the Sequel
Crossing the Line
Romola Garai on Bel's Relationship with Freddie

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Credits

Year Title Description
2012 The Crimson Petal and the White TV Show Series, Actor - Sugar
2012 Emma TV Show Series, Actor - Emma Woodhouse
2011 The Hour TV Show Series, Actor - Bel Rowley
2011 One Day Movie, Actor - Sylvie
2007 Atonement Movie, Actor - 18-Year-Old Briony

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Review: BBC's Hour of Power, and More Wednesday TV

Memo to HBO's The Newsroom: This is how it's done.

In its second season, BBC America's The Hour (Wednesdays at 9/8c) is the very model of a smart, sleek, witty and sexy drama about the inner workings of a high-profile TV news operation. Set in the late '50s, but feeling quite contemporary in its depiction of media celebrity, with political and competitive pressures assailing journalistic ideals, this first-class entertainment avoids the pitfalls of preachiness and extreme silliness that often derailed Aaron Sorkin's TV comeback. read more

Critic's Guide to Monday TV: The New Normal, Crimson Petal, Katie Joins Daytime

My Two Dads was never like this. Which is partly the point of NBC's The New Normal, a biting yet sweet-at-heart sitcom that bucks current network comedy trends by actually being about something — in this case, a hot-button social issue so polarizing to some that at least one affiliate (in Salt Lake City) opted not to air the ...
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Cheers & Jeers: Romola Garai's Finest Hour

Cheers to Romola Garai for her starmaking turn on The Hour.

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The voluptuous British actress is making a big noise as Bel Rowley, the ambitious producer of a 1950's TV newsmagazine on BBC America's thrilling new drama. In this week's episode, the triangle between Bel, her ...
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Roush Review: BBC America's The Hour

Finding yourself in Mad Men withdrawal this summer? Missing those nattily dressed men and women of a bygone modernist age, smoking and drinking their way through glamorous-seeming media jobs as dark clouds loom in their personal and professional lives?

Fret not. BBC America has come to the rescue, with a deluxe six-hour diversion set in the politically charged mid-1950s, titled The Hour — and few hours this summer have been so stimulating and absorbing. The problem here, typical of so much British TV, is there just aren't enough of these hours — though each one counts. And by the end of the twisty sixth hour, you'll be satisfied, if still craving more...
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Dirty Dancing Remake in the Works: Good Idea or Does It Deserve to Be Put in a Corner?

Ready to have the time of your life again?

Kenny Ortega, who choreographed Dirty Dancing, has signed on to direct a remake of the 1987 classic, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"The opportunity to direct Dirty Dancing is like returning home for me," Ortega said. "Growing up in the '60s on the dance floor helped define me as a person and as an artist. I am looking forward ...
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