Katie Findlay was born on August 28, 1990 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

She graduated from Eric Hamber Secondary in Vancouver, BC and is of Portuguese, Chinese, English and Scottish descent.

Katie is an actress known for her role as Maggie in The Carrie Diaries opposite AnnaSophia Robb, but got her first big break playing Rosie Lawson in American crime drama television series The Killing, although she wasn’t actually in the series much she was the face on the first two seasons.

Katie has also starred in films like After the Dark (2013), Premature (2014) and The Dark Stranger (2015).

She was a ballerina for twelve years until she quit due to a back injury and for the opportunity to have “real people feet”. She enjoys art history, singing, comic books and having the ballerina’s advantage at yoga.

In 2014 Katie Findlay landed a lead role in the ABC series How to Get Away with Murder – the latest television series written by Shonda Rhimes (Greys Anatomy) and stars Oscar nominee Viola Davis as a law professor who, with her students, becomes enmeshed in a murder case. A launch audience of 14.3 million viewers put it confidently among the season’s best new shows for Fall 2014.