Oona Chaplin stars opposite Tom Hardy and Jonathan Pryce as "Zilpha" in the BBC/FX drama Taboo. She can also be seen in theaters in Spain on January 13th starring opposite Tom Hughes and Charlotte Le Bon in the independent film Realive, written and directed by Mateo Gil. She was last seen in theaters in the U.S. starring opposite Jack Huston in Fox 2000’s The Longest Ride, directed by George Tillman and based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks; as well as starring opposite Cillian Murphy, Jennifer Connelly and Melanie Laurent in the independent film Aloft directed by Claudia Llosa. Chaplin was last seen on TV in the comedy Dates which the CW network picked up from Channel 4 in the UK, where it originally aired. She previously starred on PBS in the BBC’s 6 part drama series The Crimson Field, written by Sarah Phelps and with David Evans directing. Chaplin was last seen on TV in the UK starring opposite John Hamm and Rafe Spall in Channel 4’s Black Mirror Christmas episode, created by Charlie Brooker. She starred opposite Paul Giamatti in Scott Frank’s pilot Hoke for FX, as well as starring alongside Ben Wishaw, Romola Garai and Dominic West in BBC America’s The Hour, created by Abi Morgan. Chaplin is also known in the U.S. for starring in HBO’s Emmy® and Golden Globe® award winning Game Of Thrones playing Rob Stark’s wife…they both met their demise in the notorious “Red Wedding” episode. Some of her other feature film credits include Quantum of Solace, The Devil’s Double and the Spanish Language psychological thriller Purgatorio, directed by Catalan Pau Teixidor. She’s a multi-lingual actress who graduated from the acclaimed RADA drama school.