16 Solitary Man
Imogen Poots is an English actress who had a supporting role in the 2009 drama film Solitary Man. She played the role of Allyson, the daughter of Ben (Michael Douglas) and his ex-wife, Nancy (Susan Sarandon). Allyson is a student at Brown University who visits Ben in his hometown of New York, and develops a relationship with her father.
Imogen Poots stars as Etain in the 2010 film Centurion. The film is set in 2nd century Roman Britain, and follows the story of a group of Roman soldiers who must fight for their lives against a powerful enemy. Etain is a Pictish warrior who helps the Roman soldiers survive in the brutal wilderness.
14 A Long Way Down
Imogen Poots starred as Jess in the 2014 British-American drama film A Long Way Down. The movie follows four strangers who meet on New Year's Eve and form a pact to stay alive until Valentine's Day. Poots' character is a young girl who is struggling with the loss of her brother.
13 Need for Speed
Imogen Poots is an English actress best known for her role as Julia Maddon in the 2014 action film Need for Speed. Poots stars alongside Aaron Paul as a car mechanic who helps him rebuild an iconic Ford Mustang in order to race against a rival driver. Poots' performance in the film earned her praise from critics, with one reviewer noting her "natural charisma and spark". Poots' dynamic on-screen chemistry with Paul was also praised, with another reviewer noting that the two "play off each other beautifully". Poots' performance in Need for Speed was one of her most notable roles of 2014, and her portrayal of Julia Maddon earned her a nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the 2014 Empire Awards.
12 Fright Night
Imogen Poots played the role of Amy in the 2011 remake of the 1985 horror film Fright Night. In the film, she portrays the best friend of the main character, Charley Brewster, who is trying to protect him from a vampire living next door.
Imogen Poots made an impactful debut in the 2009 psychological drama film, Cracks. She stars as a rebellious student at an all-girls boarding school in 1930s England. Poots' character, Di, is immediately drawn to an enigmatic teacher, Miss G, played by Eva Green. The teacher quickly takes Di under her wing to become her preferred student, and the two have a passionate relationship that quickly goes too far. Poots' performance in Cracks is incredibly powerful, showing her range as an actress at such a young age. She has a natural charisma and a strong presence onscreen that make her character's struggles and emotions feel real. Her performance is full of vulnerability and strength, as Di navigates her heady relationship with Miss G. Poots' portrayal of Di's inner turmoil and her journey toward self-discovery is an impressive feat. Overall, Imogen Poots' performance in Cracks is an exemplary one. She brings a deep level of emotion and complexity to her character, making her a stand-out in the film. Her performance is a testament to her talent as an actress, and it's a captivating watch.
10 Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
Imogen Poots starred as Kitty in the 2016 comedy Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping. She played the role of a British pop star who was the romantic interest of the lead character, Conner (Andy Samberg).
9 Me and Orson Welles
Imogen Poots starred as Gretta in the 2009 romantic period drama film Me and Orson Welles. She played the teenage love interest of the titular character, Orson Welles. The film follows Welles as he begins rehearsals for his 1937 stage production of Julius Caesar, with Poots' character Gretta serving as a muse to the iconic actor.
8 28 Weeks Later
Imogen Poots starred as Tammy Harris in 28 Weeks Later, a 2007 post-apocalyptic horror film and the sequel to the 2002 film 28 Days Later. She played the daughter of Robert Carlyle's character Don, and the sister of Andy, played by Mackintosh Muggleton.
7 Green Room
Imogen Poots starred in the 2016 horror-thriller film Green Room. She plays the role of Amber, a punk rocker who, along with her bandmates, finds themselves in a dangerous situation when they witness a stabbing at a neo-Nazi bar in the Pacific Northwest.
Imogen Poots starred alongside James McAvoy in the 2013 British crime-comedy-drama film, Filth. She played the role of Nina, a young woman who is the object of McAvoy's character's unwanted and destructive affections.
5 Christopher and His Kind
Imogen Poots starred as the lead female character, Jean Ross, in Christopher and His Kind, a 2011 BBC television film about the life of author Christopher Isherwood. Poots' performance was praised by critics, who described her as "excellent" and "captivating".
4 A Late Quartet
Imogen Poots stars as Alexandra, the daughter of a world-renowned string quartet's cellist. She is a talented violinist who is struggling with her father's illness. She is determined to prove her worth and push the quartet to new heights.
3 Jane Eyre
Imogen Poots stars as Blanche Ingram in the 2011 adaptation of Jane Eyre. Poots brings a refreshing energy to the role of Blanche, the wealthy heiress who stands in the way of Jane and Mr. Rochester’s romance. Poots captures the essence of Blanche’s haughtiness perfectly, while still providing a layer of depth to the character that allows the audience to sympathize with her. Poots’ performance is surprisingly subtle, and her facial expressions and body language add to the tension of the scene. She also manages to bring out the subtle nuances in Blanche’s dialogue, making her a memorable part of the story. Poots’ performance is an important part of the overall effect of the adaptation, and she deserves credit for her impressive work.
2 V for Vendetta
Imogen Poots starred as Evey Hammond in the 2006 movie V for Vendetta. In the film, Evey is a young woman who is rescued by the mysterious vigilante V and is drawn into his mission to fight against the oppressive government of the futuristic British state.
1 The Father
In The Father, Imogen Poots plays Anne, the daughter of Anthony (Anthony Hopkins). She is a caring and loving daughter who is trying her best to care for her aging father and help him to cope with his growing dementia. She is devoted to her father, and although she finds it difficult to juggle her own life and his care, she makes sure to remain strong and resilient in the face of his illness.