Life and career
Sony Walger studied English literature at Christ Church College in Oxford.
Walger played in 1998 in an episode of Midsomer Murders and later in two episodes of the crime drama The Vice. Made her feature film debut in the Bible epic Noah's Ark - The greatest adventure of mankind on the side of Jon Voight. Larger notoriety she gained in the U.S. through her portrayal of Sally Harper in the U.S. adaptation of the British sitcom Coupling - Who with whom, which first went on the air in 2003. However, the sitcom could not talk and was canceled after less than a season completely transmitted. After that she was seen inter alia as Nicole Noone in The Quest - Hunt for the Spear
International recognition was Walger finally get through their guest appearances on the series Lost. Here she played the role of Penelope Widmore and was seen here for the first time in 2006 and by 2010 -actuated regular guest appearances. During this time, she had recurring appearances in the series Sleeper Cell and CSI: NY.
In addition, Walger played on Broadway in 2007. In the same year she was seen in the controversial HBO series Tell Me You Love Me Contrary to some rumors had Serienschöpferin Cynthia Mort stated that none of the actors have actually slept in series with each other and that the controversial scenes are simulated, however. Theme here was a scene in which Walger its series partner Adam Scott stimulated by the hand and take you to ejaculate.
2008 Walger had five guest appearances in the series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles before 2009 got a starring role in the series Flash Forward, but the series was canceled after one season. Another short-lived lead role had Walger in the comedy - crime drama Common Law as Dr. Emma Ryan.
Since July 2009, Walger is married to screenwriter and producer Davey Holmes and lives with him in Los Angeles.