Romany Gilmour Biography

Romany Gilmour, born 21st April 2002, is the youngest daughter of the renowned Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour and his wife, Polly Samson, an English novelist and lyricist. Born into a family deeply rooted in the arts, Romany has carved out her own path in the entertainment industry.

Romany Gilmour with father David Gilmour
Romany Gilmour with father David Gilmour [Pic: Polly Samson ]

Early Life and Family 

Romany’s early life was surrounded by music and literature, thanks to her parents’ professions. Her mother, Polly Samson, has contributed lyrics to many of David Gilmour’s solo works and Pink Floyd’s albums, including “The Division Bell” and “The Endless River”. Romany grew up with three siblings: Joe, Gabriel, and adopted brother Charlie, Polly Samson’s son from a previous relationship.


Following in her family’s artistic footsteps, Romany has pursued a career in acting and music. Romany plays harp and guitar and has worked with her father David Gilmour on projects. Romany has performed on the David Gilmour single Yes I have Ghosts from 2020 and sings lead vocals on the 2024 release Between Two Points from the album Luck and Strange [2024].

An early acting gig for Romany involved being in the very popular Downton Abbey TV programme along with her older brother Gabriel.

Personal Life 

Romany tends to keep her personal life private, and not much is publicly known about her activities outside of her professional work. However, it’s clear that her upbringing in a creative environment has significantly influenced her career choices and talents. She is a frequent poster on Instagram.

Romany Gilmour is a rising talent in the acting world, with a strong musical background and a deep connection to the legacy of Pink Floyd through her father, David Gilmour. Her biography reflects a blend of her family’s influence and her individual artistic pursuits.

Romany Gilmour Photos

Source – Romany Gilmour Instagram and Polly Samson Instagram who are the owners of the copyrighted images above