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Indica Watson

Indica Elizabeth Watson was born in London, England. Her father is a musician and her mother is a doctor. She is a member of a children's choir and plays the violin. Her debut television appearance was in the second series (2016) of The Missing (2014). In 2017 she played the young Eurus Holmes opposite Benedict Cumberbatch in the series 4 finale ... See full bio »

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Nurtured Alex
Deep State Lola Easton
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 2018 Martyrs Lane (Short) (post-production)
 2018 Nurtured (Short)
 2018 Deep State (TV Series)
Lola Easton
- Blood in the Sand (2018) ... Lola Easton
- White Noise (2018) ... Lola Easton
- Stories (2018) ... Lola Easton
- Merger (2018) ... Lola Easton
- Reunion (2018) ... Lola Easton
 2018 True Horror (TV Mini-Series documentary)
Meemi-Rose (age 6)
- Ghost in the Wall (2018) ... Meemi-Rose (age 6)
 2018 Waffle the Wonder Dog (TV Series)
Poppy Essam
- Waffle and the Good Dog (2018) ... Poppy Essam
 2017 Sherlock (TV Series)
Little Eurus
- The Final Problem (2017) ... Little Eurus
 2016 The Missing (TV Series)
- The Mountain (2016) ... Lucy
- 1991 (2016) ... Lucy
- Saint John (2016) ... Lucy
- Das Vergessen (2016) ... Lucy

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Indica was named after the Indica Gallery, a counterculture art gallery situated in Mason's Yard, St James's, London in the late 1960s. See more »

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