Kirsty Graham is an actress, known for Loch Ness (1996).
She is the daughter of professional photographers.
In 1994, when eight years old, she won the role of Isabel in the film Loch Ness (1996), having beat off thousands of other hopefuls who also auditioned. The film's John Henderson said that the role required a child who 'possessed that intangible quality that would make [the audience] buy the fact that she holds the secret of the Loch', which was why Kirsty, with her 'Bette Davis eyes', was so perfectly cast.
She hit Scottish television screens in 1995 after being featured in an advert for 'Mother's Pride' bread where she ate a 'jeely piece (a Scottish traditional jam sandwich made with plain bread).