Lola Clementine C Kirke (born 27 September 1990) is an English-born American actress, singer-songwriter and musician, best known for her starring roles in Mistress America and the Amazon Studios television series Mozart in the Jungle. She is also known for her supporting role in David Fincher's Gone Girl.
Kirke was born in Westminster, London, England, and raised in New York City from the age of five. Her father, Simon Kirke, was drummer for the rock bands Bad Company and Free. Her mother is Lorraine (née Dellal) Kirke, the owner of Geminola, a vintage boutique in New York City that supplied a number of outfits for the television series Sex and the City.
Her maternal grandfather, Jack Dellal, was a British businessman of Iraqi Jewish descent, and Kirke's maternal grandmother was Israeli; Kirke has described herself as Jewish. Kirke has two sisters, actress Jemima and singer Domino. She is a cousin of curator Alexander Dellal and model Alice Dellal. Kirke graduated from Saint Ann's School and Bard College in 2012.
|2011||Another Happy Day||Charlie|
|2013||Reaching for the Moon||Margaret|
|2014||Free the Nipple||Liv|
|2017||American Made||Judy Downing|
|2018||Vulture Club||Amy||In post-production|
|2013||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Gabby Shaw||Guest star|
|2014||The Leftovers||Hailey||Guest star|
|2014–2018||Mozart in the Jungle||Hailey Rutledge||Starring role|