Katie McGrath Biography
(Irish Actress Known for Her TV Series: 'Merlin', 'Dracula' and 'Supergirl')
Birthday: February 21, 1983 (Pisces)
Born In: Ashford, Ireland
Katie McGrath is an Irish actress best recognized for appearing as Morgana in the BBC series ‘Merlin’, as Sarah Bennett in the horror anthology ‘Slasher’ and as Westenra in the British-American opera ‘Dracula’. She is also famous for currently portraying the role of Lena Luthor in the superhero program ‘Supergirl’ (2016–present). On the big screen, the actress is known for her role as Lady Thelma Furness in the flick ‘W.E.’, as Elsa in the epic fantasy movie ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ and as Zara Young in the science fiction movie ‘Jurassic World’. McGrath has also made appearances in many TV films including 'Damage', 'Eden', 'Freakdog', 'A Princess for Christmas' and 'Buttons'. She has done a music video for Hozier as well. Talking about the Irish artist’s awards and accolades, she was the winner of the ‘Virgin Media TV Award’ under the category Best Baddy for her work in ‘Merlin’ in 2011. The same performance once also fetched her numerous nominations at multiple awards events and functions.