|Date of Birth:||June 6, 1974|
|Birth Place:||Hampstead, United Kingdom|
|First appearance:||Inside the Bubble|
|Final appearance:||The Key|
Sonya Walger is an English actress. She had starring roles in the short lived sitcoms The Mind of the Married Man (2001-2002) and Coupling (2003), before landing her role as Penny Widmore in the ABC drama series, Lost. Walger later starred on Benford on Tell Me You Love Me (2007), FlashForward (2009–2010), and Common Law (2012). In 2016, she began starring in the ABC series, The Catch.
Walger began her career on British television. In 1998, she guest starred in an episode of ITV crime series, Midsomer Murders. She had the recurring role in the BBC 1 sitcom Goodnight Sweetheart in 1999, and appeared in two episodes of the crime/drama The Vice. Also in 1999, she played the daughter of newspaper magnate Max Van der Vuurst, Hilde, in the Heat of the Sun story "The Sport of Kings". The following year, Walger made her film debut in the biographical drama Eisenstein. In 2001, she moved to United States and was cast as Donna Barnes on the HBO comedy series, The Mind of the Married Man . The series was canceled after two seasons. In 2003, she starred on the short lived U.S. version of Coupling, which aired on NBC. In 2004, Walger played Nicole Noone opposite Noah Wyle in the TNT television film, The Librarian: Quest for the Spear, for which she received Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television nomination.
In 2014, Walger guest starred in Shonda Rhimes series Scandal as Katherine Winslow. The following year, Walger was cast in the new Rhimes' series The Catch, co-starring opposite Mireille Enos and Peter Krause.