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‘The Exorcist’ Adds Zuleikha Robinson As Season 2 Series Regular.

'The Following' alumna Zuleikha Robinson is returning to Fox with a co-starring role opposite returning leads Alfonso Herrera, Ben Daniels and Kurt Egyiawan in the upcoming second season of Fox’s horror drama 'The Exorcist'.

Robinson, who is coming off a series regular role on the ABC/Shondaland costume drama series 'Still Star-Crossed', will play Mouse, a mysterious figure waging her own private war against the Catholic patriarchy. Mysterious and pragmatic, Mouse takes her duty seriously, but in the end, she’s loyal to only herself. She joins fellow new Exorcist series regular additions John Cho and Brianna Hildebrand.

- By Nellie Andreeva / Deadline



ZULEIKHA ROBINSON was born June 29th in London, England. While at boarding school, she developed a penchant for acting that later led her to Los Angeles, CA, where she completed her studies at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

Her first feature was a supporting role in Mike Figgis' unconventional feature film, TIME CODE.  It was the first film to be shot in a single take, using four separate digital cameras to follow the movements and dialogue of each actor, shooting them in real time, continuously for 93 minutes, the length of one digital video cassette.

Robinson next starred as 'Yves Adele Harlow' (an anagram for Lee Harvey Oswald), in Chris Carter's FOX drama, THE LONE GUNMEN. It was a spin-off of THE X-FILES, featuring the trio of computer hacking conspiracy geeks.

Her first lead role in a feature brought her to Morocco, playing a 19th-century Arabian horse-riding princess named 'Jazira', starring opposite Viggo Mortensen and Omar Sharif, in Disney's $80 million Western epic HIDALGO, directed by Joe Johnston.  Zuleikha did most of her own stunts in this true story of long-distance endurance horse rider, Frank T. Hopkins.

From there, Robinson starred as Al Pacino's daughter in Michael Radford's film version of Shakespeare's, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, alongside Jeremy Irons and Joseph Fiennes, for Sony Classics.

Followed by Fox Searchlight Pictures', THE NAMESAKE, opposite Kal Penn.  It was based on the best-selling novel, by Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Jhumpa Lahiri for Academy Award nominated director, Mira Nair. It is the story of the Ganguli family whose move from Calcutta to New York evokes a lifelong balancing act to meld to a new world, without forgetting the old.

In recent years, Zuleikha has starred in numerous critically acclaimed television series such as, HBO’s ROME, where she played the fierce and feral slave, ‘Gaia’, ABC’s ground breaking series LOST, Showtime’s Emmy winning HOMELAND as vicious double agent and journalist, ‘Roya Hammad’, ONCE UPON A TIME IN WONDERLAND and THE FOLLOWING, starring Kevin Bacon, to name a few.

Most recently, she locked down the role of ‘Mouse’ in the upcoming second season of Fox’s, THE EXORCIST.

Zuleikha has had a strong and varied career over the years, working with some of the world’s greatest actors and directors, frequently flying under the radar, yet always delivering a powerful, noteworthy performance.

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"The Exorcist"  (2017 TV)



"Still Star-Crossed"  (2017 TV)

Lady Guiliana Capulet


"Salvation"  (2017 TV)

Catherine Adams


"American Fable"  (2016)



"The Boy"  (2015)



"The Following"  (2015 TV)



"Kingdom"  (2014 TV)



"Once Upon a Time"  (2014 TV)



"Ask Me Anything"  (2014)



"Intelligence"  (2014 TV)

Amelia Vaughn


"Covert Affairs"  (2013 TV)

Bianca Manning


"The Mentalist"  (2013 TV)

Dr. Sonia Kidd


"Homeland"  (2012 TV)



"Fist Full of Love"  (2009 Short)

Actress, Producer, Writer


"Lost"  (2009-2010 TV)



"New Amsterdam"  (2008 TV)

Eva Marquez


"Rome"  (2006 TV)



"The Namesake"  (2005)



"The Merchant of Venice"  (2004)



"Hidalgo"  (2004)



"Slash"  (2002)



"Timecode"  (2000)

Lester Moore's Assistant


"The X-Files"  (2002 TV)

Yves Adele Harlow / Lois Runce

Episode "Jump the Shark" (#9.15)


"The Lone Gunmen"  (2001 TV)

Yves Adele Harlow