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Sally Hawkins Net Worth

Sally Hawkins Net Worth is
$1.5 Million

Sally Hawkins Biography

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Quick Facts

Full NameSally Hawkins
Net Worth$1.5 Million
Date Of BirthApril 27, 1976
Height1.57 m
ProfessionActor
EducationJames Allen's Girls' School, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
ParentsJacqui Hawkins, Colin Hawkins
SiblingsFinbar Hawkins
AwardsGolden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Empire Award for Best Supporting Actress, New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress, National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress, Glamour Award for Film Actress, Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical, San Francisco Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress
NominationsAcademy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female, BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actress, The British Independent Film Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a British Independent Film, European Film Award for Best Actress, Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress, AACTA International Award for Best Supporting Actress, WhatsOnStage Award for Best Actress in a Play
MoviesBlue Jasmine, Happy-Go-Lucky, Paddington, Made in Dagenham, Godzilla, X+Y, Submarine, Jane Eyre, Fingersmith, Layer Cake, Never Let Me Go, All or Nothing, Vera Drake, Cassandra's Dream, All Is Bright, Maudie, Desert Flower, Persuasion, An Education, The Phone Call, Great Expectations, Happy Ever Afters, The Double, Love Birds, The Painted Veil, It's a Wonderful Afterlife, Room on the Broom, W?Z, The Shape of Water, Stick Man, Byron, Paddington 2, Justin and the Knights of Valour, Wat's Pig, H G Wells: War with the World, Promoted to Glory
TV ShowsTipping the Velvet


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Four of her films has been nominated for Best British Film at the BAFTAs: Paddington (2014), Made in Dagenham (2010), An Education (2009) and Vera Drake (2004).
2 Has been in eight films nominated for an Oscar, two of them being short films. The most common category among her represented films are 'Best Actress in a Leading Role' and 'Best Original Screenplay', for which her films have received three nominations.
3 Has starred in two short film adaptations of a Julia Donaldson book, Room on the Broom (2012) and Stick Man (2015).
4 Is one of 20 actresses who did not receive an Oscar nomination for their Best Actress in a Comedy/Musical Golden Globe-winning performance; hers being for Happy-Go-Lucky (2008). The others, in chronological order, are: June Allyson for Too Young to Kiss (1951), Ethel Merman for Call Me Madam (1953), Jean Simmons for Guys and Dolls (1955), Taina Elg and Kay Kendall for Les Girls (1957), Marilyn Monroe for Some Like It Hot (1959), Rosalind Russell for A Majority of One (1961) and Gypsy (1962), Patty Duke for Me, Natalie (1969), Twiggy for The Boy Friend (1971), Raquel Welch for The Three Musketeers (1973), Barbra Streisand for A Star Is Born (1976), Bernadette Peters for Pennies from Heaven (1981), Kathleen Turner for Romancing the Stone (1984) and Prizzi's Honor (1985), Miranda Richardson for Enchanted April (1991), Jamie Lee Curtis for True Lies (1994), Nicole Kidman for To Die For (1995), Madonna for Evita (1996), Renée Zellweger for Nurse Betty (2000), and Amy Adams for Big Eyes (2014).
5 Competed in swimming in school, doing the butterfly stroke.
6 She and Rafe Spall originated the lead roles of Marianne and Roland in Nick Payne's acclaimed play "Constellations". The play later was set up various places around the world and eventually hit Broadway, with Ruth Wilson and Jake Gyllenhaal in the lead roles.
7 Was originally unable to star in the short film The Phone Call (2013), due to a scheduling issue. However, the director Mat Kirkby decided to push the entire production, instead of finding another actress, because he eagerly wished for Hawkins to play the part. She completed her work in three days. Kirby eventually won an Oscar for "Best Short Film, Live Action", and in his speech, he dedicated the award to Hawkins.
8 Served as the inspiration for the title character in her parents' children's book "The Crazy Cow".
9 Her brother was the first to inform her when she received her first Golden Globe nomination and the first to inform her about her Oscar nomination.
10 Suffered from a concussion while filming a scene for Paddington (2014), because she walked into a crane during a night shoot. However, she continued working and didn't see a doctor until the scene was wrapped.
11 Has the rare feat of appearing in a short film that was Oscar-nominated, two consecutive years in a row: First, the animated Room on the Broom (2012) and subsequently The Phone Call (2013).
12 Her character in Made in Dagenham (2010) was later taken to stage at West End, London, by Gemma Arterton in 2014.
13 Member of the jury at the London Film Festival in 2014.
14 One of 271 people invited to join AMPAS in 2014.
15 Replaced Rachel McAdams in Maudie (2016).
16 She was introduced as "The Best Actress You've Never Heard of" when she visited The Early Show on CBS in 2009.
17 Was cast in an ITV production of A Passage to India (1984), opposite Matthew Macfadyen, Laurence Fox and Gemma Jones. The show was set to air in the autumn of 2009, but the production was axed due to budget restrains.
18 Her films Submarine (2010), Never Let Me Go (2010) and Made in Dagenham (2010) all premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2010. Having three films premier at TIFF is a record-high number of films for an actress, and following this, she was entitled "Toronto's Belle of the Ball" by USA Today.
19 Plays the piano, as seen in All Is Bright (2013). Her character's brief piano-act by was performed by herself.
20 Was cast in Godzilla (2014), almost three weeks after filming had begun on the production.
21 Good friends with Colin Farrell.
22 She was diagnosed with dyslexia as a child. She has stated that acting lessons helped her to understand and pronounce words correctly.
23 Her entrance to the stage, where she accepted her Golden Globe win, was briefly interrupted by fellow nominee Meryl Streep. Hawkins was awarded in favor of Streep, and on her way to the stage, she was stopped by Streep, who asked: "Are you happy now?".
24 Three of the original Dagenham seamstresses invited her for tea, prior to the filming of Made in Dagenham (2010), as they wished to inform her properly about mindset behind the strike, that she was set to portray in the film. Hawkins' grandmother also worked as a seamstress, although not at the Dagenham factory.
25 Was originally cast in Dirty Girl (2010), in an unspecified part, but later dropped out for unknown reasons.
26 The role of Poppy in Happy-Go-Lucky (2008) was written specially for her. Prior to filming, she prepared for the role by staying in character one day, while visiting the streets of London.
27 Has a fear of snakes.
28 Experienced her first desire to act at the age of 3, when she visited a circus for the first time and was subsequently inspired to perform.
29 Was attached to "The Roaring Girl" for a long time, but production on the film never developed. The film was set to be a biopic of Bernadette Devlin, the woman who became, at 21, Northern Ireland's youngest female Member of Parliament.
30 Was on a lot of pain killers, when she attended the red carpet of the Golden Globes, for the first time in 2009. This was due to a painful scar she received after she broke her collarbone on a film set.
31 One of the first acting jobs she did was performing the title character in a school production of "The Emperor's New Clothes'.
32 Good friends with Richard Ayoade, who has directed her several times.
33 Some of her fellow 1998 graduates from Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, includes Tobias Menzies, Robert Wilfort, Maxine Peake and Joanna Page.
34 Spokesperson for Oxfam's East Africa Appeal.
35 2010: Presented Robert Downey Jr. his Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy. Like her, he won the Golden Globe for a performance that he was not subsequently Oscar nominated for.
36 Was originally cast in The Last Days on Mars (2013), but backed out due to personal commitments. She was replaced by Olivia Williams.
37 Found out about her Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress in Blue Jasmine while she was grocery shopping.
38 Cate Blanchett and she jokingly considered wearing crocs and plastic bags to The 86th Annual Academy Awards (2014), if the weather was bad.
39 Has one brother. He's five years older than she is and works as a web designer and illustrator.
40 Her favorite filmmakers are John Cassavetes and Robert Altman.
41 Cate Blanchett and Hawkins became good friends after they co-starred in Blue Jasmine (2013). Blanchett won the Oscar for her performance in the film and mentioned Hawkins in her speech twice. First she thanked "the sublime Sally Hawkins" and then she thanked Carla Meyer "for getting Sally and I together".
42 With her Golden Globe victory for Happy-Go-Lucky (2008), she joined a small group of actresses, who won a Golden Globe for a performance that was not nominated by the Academy Awards. Other actresses include Nicole Kidman and Kate Winslet.
43 She has portrayed the mother of Craig Roberts's character twice. First in Submarine (2010), then in Jane Eyre (2011).
44 At the 86th Academy Awards in 2014, she was the only nominated actor in attendance, not to be given a reaction shot, following her "Oscar clip". Following her clip, the monitor broke down, and a black screen was shown. When the monitor was resurrected a few seconds later, it had cut to fellow nominee June Squibb instead.
45 Was an extra on Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) while attending drama school.
46 In 2006, she told a reporter for The Independent that she had been diagnosed with a "chronic condition" (which she did not disclose) that required treatment and which seemed to be responding to treatment.
47 Enjoys painting.
48 Was obsessed with 1940s black and white films in her childhood.
49 Born to Jacqui and Colin Hawkins, noted authors and illustrators of children's books. While Sally has never written any children's book like her parents, she portrayed an author of children's literature in Paddington (2014).
50 Attended James Allen Girls' School.
51 Graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. [1998]
52 Grew up in southeast London.
53 Contributed her writing skills to the BBC Radio 4 comedy show "Concrete Cow".


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 An apologetic and grateful presence, with a shy and nervous demeanor.
2 Often portrays people of lower class.
3 Often works with Mike Leigh


Quotes

#Quote
1 I don't find [publicity] easy and when you have someone who's difficult, it just clams me up. I'll know that they want an easy interview to pigeonhole me, or for me to come out with these amazing soundbites. But I can't do that, I'm not that kind of person. And I don't want to be, really.
2 I was brought up with a fantastically bright, strong-minded, independent mother [Jacqui Hawkins], and quite shocked by how I was treated as a young woman. Even on the bus. And the subtler it is, the more undermining and dangerous it can be.
3 I like eccentricity in people. I think it's something to be celebrated. My favourite kind of people are that way.
4 [on how whenever she gets nervous, she starts to talk (September 2010):] I just can't help myself. But is it good for me? You say something, things you would rather forget, and then they are out there. It makes me anxious and I don't know why people are interested in me anyway. If I had my way, I would rather exist in a little hole and not speak to anyone.
5 [on characters affecting her real life (May 2011):] I try to be quite disciplined about that, actually. Invariably, your work life has an effect - if you've had a bad day it can just bleed into your home life, you take it home and go over it in your head and torture yourself. But the characters I really try to leave behind, so when I step out of their shoes, I step well and truly back into my own. I have to, really, because otherwise I think I'd simply drive my friends and family mad. And I do that anyway, for so many other reasons, that I have to try to at least spare them this!
6 All good stories have a sense of reality [but] we can never really represent reality or else it'd be incredibly dull on film.
7 [on James Allen's Girls' School (JAGS), and its theatre:] It was huge, bigger than professional theatres that I've worked in since!...But it was a very academically driven school, and to rebel against that I threw myself into the drama.
8 I don't know how women can exist and... not claim to be a feminist? I don't understand how that works. You can't be a woman and not be a feminist, I don't think.
9 [on whether she is a bit of a film nerd:] Yes, I'm kind of obsessed with film. I have my brother [Finbar Hawkins] to thank for my film education; he's obsessed. He sort of introduced me to Mike Leigh very early on, seeing Secrets and Lies -- I'd never seen anything like it. I remember seeing that probably before I should be watching those kinds of films.
10 And I'm the sort of person who prefers to disappear into roles. I know how naff that sounds but I do, and besides, I'm not interesting. I'm dull!
11 I love working and I love doing lots of things and a variety of things. It keeps your mind active...and you don't end up worrying about just the one thing. When I chew things over or analyze too much, that is when I can trip myself up. I work on a more instinctive level and it was good to completely throw myself into something else.
12 Someone once wrote I had dyslexia as a child. Then that gets repeated, rather like a Chinese whisper. It's true I had trouble with words. But acting out stories, realising I could improvise, opened up a whole new world. I would just like to say that I can read.
13 I'm nowhere near interesting enough for the press to make up stories about. Which is pretty wonderful in this position. I'm not a fan of interviews. I find I never get across what want to get across and things be slightly twisted [sic] or said in a way that you think you didn't say them. So golden rule - never read interviews.
14 [on what artists inspire her] This is almost impossible to answer as I am inspired by so many and all! You are influenced by everything if you are creative. Everything and everyone becomes a source of inspiration from artists like Van Gogh, Monet, Mondrian, Tracy Emin [sic], Pinter, Charles Dickens, Samuel Beckett, William Blake, Arthur Miller, Edward Lear (etc to friends or people you meet) From Elgar to Coltrane to Bjork! [sic] Music is a huge source of inspiration too.
15 [in 2011] Of course, I would love to have that one iconic lead role, and every actress wants that, that's the ultimate, really. ... You do wanna find that role that defines you or that you can be really passionate about. I hope that still happens (laugh), I really do.
16 Nothing gets me like piano solos. I love Bach, and the designer on The House of Bernarda Alba at the National (2005) gave me the Goldberg Variations, which changed everything. It can also just help you get up in the morning.
17 Although uncool is the coolest, isn't it really? Bonnie Tyler, she's not uncool. Cool's a tricky concept.
18 [on her character Mrs Jill Tate in Submarine (2010)] Well if I was married, I'd be able to offer more insight. I'll be stabbing in the dark with this answer (laugh) but when I see friends who have very loving and successful marriages and relationships and when I see my own character, I think friendship is the key to a hearty, supportive marriage and relationship. Yeah, friendship and mutual respect. (October 2011)
19 Initially when I came out of college I put *everything* on my CV, like water skiing, scuba diving, and horse riding and Grade 8 Piano and things like that. So it's high exaggeration. But I think you just do, and you don't know what is expected of you or what you're supposed to do, I mean nobody tells you those things. You're sort of out there in the world and we're certainly not trained in that at RADA, just how to cope...
20 But actually you never know whether a film is going to get made. And then the money comes, and then it's all incredibly quick.
21 Happy, healthy, know you have a good life. I was always brought up with that.
22 [on the things she is offered to play] Sometimes you can pick and sometimes you can't. Sometimes there's a plethora of things, but sometimes it just depends what's about.
23 [on her character Mary Brown in Paddington (2014)] Mrs Brown's quite an iconic figure in her own right, in that she brings Paddington into the family and adopts him. She's a character who you hope everyone will relate to and love. She's got to be all-embracing and something children recognise and feel safe with.
24 [on the most important lesson that life has taught her] Go live it. Grab it. But be very kind on the way.
25 I'm a real romantic.
26 When you say something with a smile, it makes the world a happier place and everyone appreciates it.
27 [on the Oscar for Best Director in 2010] It outrages me that it took so long for a woman to win the award, and that it was so unprecedented that everyone had to make such a fuss over it. It's infuriating the way men dominate everything, from TV in the UK to indie films to studio pictures. It really bugs me.
28 But I'm not a female lead. I don't play romantic heroines, and that's a good thing because they tend to be very dull parts. (July 2006)
29 [on Poppy Cross in Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)] It's weird because a lot of men couldn't stand her, whereas women really liked her. At least they said they did. Maybe they were just lying.
30 I doubt also I could do anything else. My skill set is limited I would be useless at most things! Truly. Acting I get. Mostly. And as long as I am still paid to do it I will keep going... I will keep going until I am kindly and politely asked to leave!
31 I'm not a model, and I don't want to be.
32 I don't really follow fashion. I like to be comfortable. I'm not a glamour puss.
33 Normally I'm the sweet little thing.
34 Well my favourite elevenses would be a cup of tea, milky cup of tea, with custard creams, and I quite like Marmite on anything, preferably a crumpet.
35 I loved working with Nigel Cole on [Made in Dagenham (2010)], but I have to say that now that I think about it, considering what the movie has to say, wouldn't it have been great if 'Made in Dagenham' had been directed by a woman? That would be a real sign of progress, wouldn't it?
36 It's outrageous how women in the film industry are paid less than men all the time. I went to a very good school where we were encouraged to be as independent and strong as we liked and it was quite a shock when I got out into the world to discover how women were patronized and undermined in the workplace. (2010)
37 Every movie has a bit of magic in it. Even if it's just for a beat.
38 My family went to Universal Studios and did a Star Trek video spoof. My mum and dad were Klingons. I was Mr. Spock with the ears, and my brother was Captain Kirk. It's one of my most treasured possessions.
39 [on recognition, following her win a the Berlin Festival for Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)]: I was having dinner after the ceremony and Paul Thomas Anderson came over. He congratulated me on the Bear, which was sitting on the table. I was dribbling with excitement. Michel Gondry also came to pay his respect. He loves Mike Leigh's work; he talked about "Naked" and "Career Girls". Only for about 30 seconds, but time stood still.
40 I'd love to do the Oscars in Topshop vintage, my way. But I'm not allowed. And it's all an illusion. The dresses - mine, anyway - have to be sent back at midnight, like Cinderella.
41 I love Woody Allen because you are there to work and do your job. There is no time for the pleasantries. There's no time for chit-chat. I like that. He is very right to it. I never thought that I'd be lucky enough to work with him once let alone twice. He's incredibly precise and economical with his words. He doesn't want to hang around. He's sometimes incredibly specific. And sometimes he just lets you get on with it, and he steps away. He works incredibly economically and fast, and he doesn't smooth it over. Does that make sense? He doesn't tell you, "Oh that's amazing."
42 [on Cate Blanchett, her co-star in Blue Jasmine (2013)]: I was very lucky with Cate. She's incredible, and she's a theater actress as well. She thinks and works - I'm flattering myself by saying this - in a similar way as me. She comes from that training and we had time together in New York to get to know each other. Luckily, she was performing "Uncle Vanya" to great acclaim. That was the first time I saw her in the flesh. Then we had time to just talk and unravel the script. That was invaluable for me. It created such grounding.
43 [on her part in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)]: Oh, I don't even know if I made the final cut. It was one day many years ago. I was still in drama school. A friend was working on it and got me in. I was in a huge audience scene. We were replicated about a thousand times. I wore a chiffon costume. It was quite a look. And I saw Ewan McGregor. He would not remember me. I never told him. I just passed by him. He was playing football, and I was on my way to set. I was just an extra in the village. I got paid 100 quid, I think.
44 You only do good work when you're taking risks and pushing yourself and failing really badly.
45 [on Godzilla (2014)] It doesn't actually feel like a huge film, and that's a testament to Gareth Edwards, the director. He's also English. And he comes from the performance first, rather than how it looks. I never expected I would be cast in a film like this - and that's all thanks to Gareth. His cast is really unusual and interesting and people you wouldn't normally see in this type of film, and I hope it makes for a different type of monster film.


Pictures

All Sally Hawkins pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 Empire Award Empire Awards, UK Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2009 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2009 Peter Sellers Award for Comedy Evening Standard British Film Awards Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2009 ICS Award International Cinephile Society Awards Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2009 NSFC Award National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2009 Virtuoso Award Santa Barbara International Film Festival Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 EDA Award Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 EDA Female Focus Award Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Breakthrough Performance Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 Silver Berlin Bear Berlin International Film Festival Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 BSFC Award Boston Society of Film Critics Awards Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 Hollywood Breakthrough Award Hollywood Film Awards Actress of the Year Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 LAFCA Award Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 Spotlight Award Mill Valley Film Festival Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 NYFCO Award New York Film Critics, Online Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 NYFCO Award New York Film Critics, Online Breakthrough Performance Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 OFCC Award Oklahoma Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 RTS Television Award Royal Television Society, UK Best Actor - Female Persuasion (2007)
2008 SFFCC Award San Francisco Film Critics Circle Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 VVFP Award Village Voice Film Poll Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 WFCC Award Women Film Critics Circle Awards Best Comedic Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2007 Golden Nymph Monte-Carlo TV Festival Television Films - Best Performance by an Actress Persuasion (2007)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015 IOFCP Award International Online Film Critics' Poll Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 AACTA International Award Australian Film Institute Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Supporting Actress X+Y (2014)
2014 Chlotrudis Award Chlotrudis Awards Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 Cinema Bloggers Award Cinema Bloggers Awards, Portugal Best Supporting Actress - International Competition Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 CinEuphoria CinEuphoria Awards Best Supporting Actress - International Competition Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 GFCA Award Georgia Film Critics Association (GFCA) Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Ensemble Cast Blue Jasmine (2013) Cate Blanchett

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2014 Independent Spirit Award Independent Spirit Awards Best Supporting Female Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 ICS Award International Cinephile Society Awards Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 IOMA Italian Online Movie Awards (IOMA) Best Supporting Actress (Miglior attrice non protagonista) Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards Supporting Actress of the Year Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British Actress of the Year Blue Jasmine (2013)
2014 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2013 EDA Award Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2013 DFWFCA Award Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2013 Golden Schmoes Golden Schmoes Awards Best Supporting Actress of the Year Blue Jasmine (2013)
2013 OFCS Award Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2013 SDFCS Award San Diego Film Critics Society Awards Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2013 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role Blue Jasmine (2013)
2013 VVFP Award Village Voice Film Poll Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2011 EDA Female Focus Award Alliance of Women Film Journalists Women's Image Award Made in Dagenham (2010)
2011 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Submarine (2010)
2011 Evening Standard British Film Award Evening Standard British Film Awards Best Actress Made in Dagenham (2010)
2010 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Actress Made in Dagenham (2010)
2010 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Lead Actress of the Decade Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2010 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical Made in Dagenham (2010)
2010 WIN Award Women's Image Network Awards Actress Feature Film Made in Dagenham (2010)
2009 Chlotrudis Award Chlotrudis Awards Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2009 Empire Award Empire Awards, UK Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2009 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Lead Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2009 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British Actress of the Year Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2009 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2009 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Breakthrough Performance - Female Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2009 OFCS Award Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2009 VFCC Award Vancouver Film Critics Circle Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 EDA Special Mention Award Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Seduction Happy-Go-Lucky (2008) Eddie Marsan
2008 ACCA Awards Circuit Community Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 CFCA Award Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 DFCS Award Detroit Film Critic Society, US Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2008 European Film Award European Film Awards European Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)

2nd Place Awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 INOCA International Online Cinema Awards (INOCA) Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2008 ICP Award Indiewire Critics' Poll Best Lead Performance Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)

3rd Place Awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 NSFC Award National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA Best Supporting Actress Blue Jasmine (2013)
2008 DFWFCA Award Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)


Filmography

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Happy Ever Afters 2009 Maura
Desert Flower 2009 Marilyn
An Education 2009 Sarah Goldman
Happy-Go-Lucky 2008 Poppy
The Everglades 2007 TV Short
The Killing Gene 2007 Elly Carpenter
Cassandra's Dream 2007 Kate
Persuasion 2007 TV Movie Anne Elliot
The Painted Veil 2006 Mary (scenes deleted)
Man to Man with Dean Learner 2006 TV Series Documentarienne / Susan (Caller) / Marie Pising
HG Wells' War with the World 2006 TV Movie Rebecca West
Shiny Shiny Bright New Hole in My Heart 2006 TV Movie Nathalie
Hollow China 2006 Short Terry
Little Britain 2003-2005 TV Series Judy Pike's Daughter, Olivia / Kenny Craig's Girlfriend, Cathy / Cathy
Twenty Thousand Streets Under the Sky 2005 TV Mini-Series Ella
Fingersmith 2005 TV Mini-Series Sue Trinder
Layer Cake 2004 Slasher
Vera Drake 2004 Susan
The Bunk Bed Boys 2004 TV Movie Helen
The Young Visiters 2003 TV Movie Rosalind
Promoted to Glory 2003 TV Movie Lisa
Byron 2003 TV Movie Mary Shelley
Post 2002 Short Girl at Lampost
Tipping the Velvet 2002 TV Mini-Series Zena Blake
All or Nothing 2002 Samantha
Doctors 2000 TV Series Sarah Carne
Casualty 1999 TV Series Emma Lister
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace 1999 Villager (uncredited)
Mirror, Mirror... 1996 Short Jenny
Paddington 2 2017 post-production Mary Brown
The Shape of Water 2017 post-production Elisa
Maudie 2016 Maud Lewis
The Hollow Crown 2016 TV Series Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester
Stick Man 2015 TV Short Stick Lady & others (voice)
How and Why 2014 TV Movie Yvonne Hesselman
Paddington 2014 Mary Brown
A Brilliant Young Mind 2014 Julie Ellis
Godzilla 2014 Vivienne Graham
The Phone Call 2013 Short Heather
The Double 2013 Receptionist at Ball
Blue Jasmine 2013 Ginger
All Is Bright 2013 Olga
Room on the Broom 2012 TV Short Bird (voice)
Great Expectations 2012 Mrs. Joe
Little Crackers 2011 TV Series Mummy
Jane Eyre 2011 Mrs. Reed
Love Birds 2011 Holly
Submarine 2010 Jill Tate
Made in Dagenham 2010 Rita O'Grady
Never Let Me Go 2010 Miss Lucy
It's a Wonderful Afterlife 2010 Linda / Gitali

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Everglades 2007 TV Short co-creator

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Polar Bear 2015/I Short special thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Lorraine 2015 TV Series Herself - Guest
The EE British Academy Film Awards 2015 TV Special documentary Herself
Conan 2015 TV Series Herself - Guest
Imagine 2014 TV Series documentary Herself - Actress
Godzilla: Force of Nature 2014 Video documentary short Herself
E! Live from the Red Carpet 2014 TV Series Herself
The 86th Annual Academy Awards 2014 TV Special Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role
The 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards 2014 TV Special Herself - Nominee
The EE British Academy Film Awards 2014 TV Special Herself
71st Golden Globe Awards 2014 TV Special Herself - Nominee (uncredited)
Tavis Smiley 2010 TV Series Herself - Guest
DP/30: Conversations About Movies 2008-2010 TV Series Herself
Breakfast 2005-2010 TV Series Herself - Guest
The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2010 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
Made in Dagenham: Behind the Scenes 2010 Video documentary short Herself - Rita O'Grady
Made in Dagenham: Outtakes 2010 Video short Herself / Rita O'Grady (uncredited)
The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2009 TV Special Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
The 14th Annual Critics' Choice Awards 2009 TV Special Herself - Presenter
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2009 TV Series Herself - Guest
Behind the Wheel of Happy-Go-Lucky 2009 Video documentary short Herself / Poppy
Happy-Go-Lucky: B-Roll 2008 Video documentary short Herself
Happy-Go-Lucky: Mike Leigh's Characters 2008 Video documentary short Herself / Poppy
The 2008 European Film Awards 2008 TV Special Herself
2008 Britannia Awards 2008 TV Special Herself
Cinema 3 2008 TV Series Herself
Mike Leigh in Conversation 2008 Video Herself / Samantha (uncredited)
Jackanory Junior 2008 TV Series Herself - Storyteller

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Chelsea Lately 2013 TV Series Ginger in 'Blue Jasmine'
Little Crackers: Behind the Scenes with Barbara Windsor 2011 TV Movie documentary Mummy (uncredited)
Sky News: Sunrise 2009 TV Series Herself
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