Louise can currently be seen in the After franchise films, AFTER WE FELL and AFTER WE COLLIDED, adapted from Anna Todd's best-selling book series. She plays the fan-favourite mother of Hardin Scott, 'Trish' alongside Hero Fiennes Tiffin and Josphine Langford. This year, she will reprise her role in the fourth film, AFTER EVER HAPPY.
Louise is best known for starring as ‘Evangeline Elliot’ on the BBC’s 1920’s hit drama series, THE HOUSE OF ELLIOT. The series continues to maintain its popularity finding new fans as it regularly airs in the UK. She was also a series regular on the ITV series, CHANCER, opposite Clive Owen.
Recent Television roles include; HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER (ABC) opposite Timothy Hutton and Academy Award winner Viola Davis, SEAL TEAM (CBS), legal drama THE FIX (ABC), and she recurred on LETHAL WEAPON (FOX). She also starred in THE SMALL HAND; A GHOST STORY for Channel 5 in the UK.
Other Television work includes a large recurring guest star arc on the NBC series GRIMM, a recurring role on The CW series Star-Crossed, a guest-star role on PERCEPTION and THE MENTALIST. However, she is probably best known to audiences for her series regular role as "Sofia Curtis" in the long-running CBS hit CSI, her recurring role on SyFy's SGU: STARGATE UNIVERSE and as the female lead opposite Julian McMahon in the Karyn Usher pilot ROGUE. For the BBC, she portrayed the infamous "Lady Macbeth" for their production of MACBETH.
In film, Louise credits include: AFTER THE RAIN, opposite Paul Bettany; MY KINGDOM, opposite Richard Harris, and the female lead in the Disney feature film, HIDALGO, opposite Viggo Mortensen. She also starred in the BBC film KISS OF DEATH opposite Danny Dyer and DRIPPING IN CHOCOLATE, for director Mark Joffe.
She is US and UK passport holder.