Lola Kirke is a British-American actress and musician who is making waves in the entertainment industry. She is regarded as one of the fast-rising stars that everyone should be watching out for. Despite being relatively new to the acting and music scene, she has come such a long way and has already established herself as a veritable talent. She is best known for her roles in Gone Girl, Miss America, and the award-winning series Mozart in the Jungle, in which she plays the lead character, Hailey Rutledge.
As a singer-songwriter, Lola is weaving herself into the fabric of music culture by putting out projects that are honest, moody, and awash in ‘60s pop-rock, and country influences. She has an EP and a full-length album called Heart Head West to her name. She has been on tours and has served as an opening act for several notable musicians such as Alex Cameron. Lola is an extremely talented woman who is focused on sharing her gifts with the world through various mediums. Thanks to how well she has honed her skills and how authentically she expresses herself through her art, Lola has gained the unwavering support and admiration of millions of fans.
Who is Lola Kirke and How Old is She?
The performing artist was born Lola Clementine Kirke on September 27, 1990, in Westminster, London. Her parents who are British, relocated to New York when she was five years old and she spent most of her early years there.
She comes from an artistically inclined family. Her father is Simon Kirke, the drummer for acclaimed rock bands Free and Bad Company. On the other hand, her mother is Lorraine Dellal Kirke, who owns and runs a vintage boutique store located in New York City called Geminola. The boutique was responsible for supplying some of the outfits used in the Sex and the City television series.
Lola has sisters, older sisters who are also famous. Domino Kirke is a popular singer and songwriter while Jemima Kirke is an actress best known for starring in Girls. She also has an older half-brother from her mother’s other relationship.
She attended Saint Ann’s School, a private institution in Brooklyn Heights. Lola is an alum of Bard College where she graduated from in 2012. She became interested in acting from an early age, so, it was only natural that she sought out a career in the field. Lola’s debut role was in the 2011 film, Another Happy Day. She then landed a guest-starring role in the series, The Leftovers. In 2014, she appeared in Gone Girl and Miss America. The strength of her performances in these movies gained the attention of the movie industry and opened up the door to more opportunities. She soon scored her breakout role as an oboist named Hailey Rutledge in the Amazon series, Mozart in the Jungle.
Her other performances include roles in Free the Nipple, in which she played a young activist named Liv; Reaching for the Moon, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, Lost Girls, Viper Club, American Made, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, Dreamland, Song One, and AWOL. You might also recognize her for the characters she embodied in Gemini, Active Adults, Fallen, Broken Diamonds, American Woman, and Untogether.
How Tall is She?
Lola Kirke is a woman of average height. She stands at 5 feet 8 inches and weighs around 57 kg. She has a slender frame, brown hair, and striking facial features that would fit right in on the covers of magazines.
Other Interesting Facts About the Actress
1. The brilliant actress has been featured in the renowned Playboy Magazine.
2. Lola Kirke is honing her talent as a director. Among other works, she directed a music video for Lily McQueen.
3. 1n 2013, she produced and starred in a comedy-drama film called Lake City.
4. She was rumoured to be dating the action star Tom Cruise, however, Lola claimed that there was no truth to the speculation at all.
5. Lola is a vocal activist for gender equality and women’s rights. She wore a pin on her dress that said “F**k Paul Ryan” to the 2017 Golden Globes Awards ceremony as a way of protesting.
6. She also supports LGBTQ rights and uses her social media pages as a platform to voice her protests.