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Carey Mulligan Net Worth

Carey Mulligan net worth is

$15 Million



Carey Mulligan Wiki Biography

Carey Mulligan was born on 28 May 1985, in Westminister, London, England, to Nano, a university lecturer of Welsh descent, and Stephen Mulligan, a hotel manager of Irish descent. She is an actress, probably best known for her role of Jenny Mellor in the film “An Education”, as well as for roles in the films “Never Let Me Go”, “Drive”, “The Great Gatsby” and “Far From the Madding Crowd”.

So just how wealthy is Carey Mulligan now? Sources state that Mulligan has amassed a wealth over $15 million, as of late 2016, accumulated during her acting career which began in 2004.

Carey Mulligan Net Worth $15 Million Dollars

Mulligan’s family moved to Germany in her early childhood, where she attended the International School of Düsseldorf. They returned to England when she was eight, and she enrolled in Woldingham School in Surrey, becoming very active in the school’s theater productions.
While still in high school, she was introduced to a casting agent, which enabled her to land a role in the acclaimed romantic drama film “Pride & Prejudice” in 2005, playing Kitty Bennet. The same year she made her television debut, with the role of orphan Ada Clare in the BBC adaption of Charles Dickens’ “Bleak House”, and the following year she was cast as Emily Pritchard in the series “The Amazing Mrs Pritchard”. Her net worth began to rise.

Mulligan’s resume continued to grow through 2007, when she appeared in the TV films “Northanger Abbey” and “My Boy Jack”, as well as in the series “Waking the Dead” and “Doctor Who”, earning a Constellation Award for her performance in the latter project. Mulligan also appeared as Nina in a revival of “The Seagull” in 2007, gaining rave reviews before reprising the role on Broadway in the following year.

In 2009, the actress was cast as Jenny Mellor, a teenager involved with a much older businessman, in the independent drama “An Education”, which was her breakthrough role and earned her a BAFTA Award, plus considerably contributing to her wealth. The same year she played Rose in the drama film “The Greatest”, and appeared in the films “Brothers” and “Public Enemies”. In 2010 she was cast as Kathy H in the romantic drama “Never Let Me Go”, and shortly after as Winnie Gekko in the film “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps”, gaining additional recognition. The following year saw Mulligan playing Irene in the neo-noir film “Drive”, and Sissy Sullivan in the drama “Shame”, while also appearing in Ingmar Bergman’s “Through a Glass, Darkly”, an off-Broadway play adaptation. All added to her wealth.

In 2013 she was cast as Daisy Buchanan in the film adaptation of the F. Scott Fitzgerald’s acclaimed novel “The Great Gatsby”, which further boosted her fame and fortune. A year later, she starred as Kyra Hollis in a revival of the play “Skylight”, reprising the role in the same play on Broadway in 2015. Mulligan then starred as Bathsheba Everdene in the 2015 film adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s novel “Far from the Madding Crowd”, further improving her Hollywood status and her net worth as well.

Her most recent film role was in the 2015 historical period drama “Suffragette”, and Mulligan is currently filming the independent drama film “Wildlife” and the period drama “Mudbound”, both announced for release in 2017.

Speaking about her private life, Mulligan has been married to singer Marcus Mumford since 2012; the couple has one child together.

The actress has been involved in philanthropy, in 2010 participating in the Safe Project to raise awareness of sex trafficking. She also donated personal items to the Curiosity Shop, to raise money for Oxfam charity. As of 2012 she has served as an ambassador of the Alzheimer’s Society, focused on raising awareness of Alzheimer’s and dementia. She has also been an ambassador for the War Child charity since 2014.



Full Name Carey Mulligan
Net Worth $15 Million
Date Of Birth May 28, 1985
Place Of Birth Westminster, United Kingdom
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Weight 119 lbs
Profession Actress, Singer
Education Woldingham School, International School of Düsseldorf
Nationality British
Spouse Marcus Mumford (m. 2012-)
Children Evelyn Grace Mumford
Parents Nano Booth, Stephen Mulligan
Siblings Owain Patrick Mulligan
Nicknames Carrie Mulligan , Carey Hannah Mulligan
Twitter https://twitter.com/careymonline?lang=en
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/suffragettemovie/
IMDB http://imdb.com/name/nm1659547
Allmusic www.allmusic.com/artist/carey-mulligan-mn0002567062
Awards BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role (2010), The British Independent Film Award, London Film Critics Circle Award for British Actress of the Year (2010), National Board of Review Award for Best Actress (2009)
Albums Far from the Madding Crowd (2015), Inside Llewyn Davis (soundtrack, 2013), Belle and Sebastian Write About Love (2010)
Nominations Drama Desk Awards, Academy Awards, Golden Globe Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards, Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, Tony Awards, Satellite Awards
Movies Pride and Prejudice (2005), An Education (2009), Never Let Me Go (2010), Drive (2011), Shame (2011), The Great Gatsby (2013), Inside Llewyn Davis (2013), Far from the Madding Crowd (2015), Suffragette (2015)
TV Shows Bleak House (2005), The Amazing Mrs Pritchard (2006), Waking the Dead (2007), Doctor Who: Blink (2007), The Spoils of Babylon (2014)
# Quote
1 [on working with the Coen brothers on Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)] Their direction is very light touch but so confident. They know exactly what they are doing. You finish work at about four in the afternoon because they get everything done so quickly.
2 [on privacy] Lawyers don’t have to go into the office and talk about having children, or how they met their husbands, and there is no reason why you should as an actor. And if you give a little bit people will dig way further.
3 [on Matthias Schoenaerts, her co-star in Far from the Madding Crowd (2015)] I remember watching Rust and Bone (2012) and thinking that I’d never seen such a huge, hulking, handsome real man on the screen. So I was overjoyed to get him in this film. Gabriel Oak is someone who tells you exactly what he thinks, and that’s the connection to Matthias. He’s got a fantastic ability to show what he’s thinking just through the way he looks at you.
4 [on Marion Cotillard] She’s consistently incredible, she does really cool films and doesn’t engage with the stupid side of it. And she’s private – I don’t know anything about her, and I quite like that.
5 I constantly watch people like Marion Cotillard or Cate Blanchett or Kate Winslet. I have a fear of being passive, and what I admire about all those actresses is that every choice they make is really strong. Even if they’re playing something very quiet, it’s visceral and bold.
6 The idea of not having any control over what you’re doing is terrifying. I was never very rebellious. The one and only bad thing I’ve done is have a super-heroes party when I was 16.
7 I spent the first five years of my career thinking that everyone behind the camera had little notepads and were making my performance out of ten.
8 [on her audition for The Great Gatsby (2013)] It was me, Leonardo DiCaprio and Baz Luhrmann, who was shooting from five different angles. There were four other people in the scene and Leo played every single character, jumping around the room.
9 I didn’t feel like I was cool enough to go to a tattoo bar. They’d just laugh at me. So I went to Selfridges. Sanitary, if not rock’n’roll.
10 If you’re walking down the street in L.A., people do sort of look at you like you’re a hooker because it’s so rare to see someone just walking.
11 I think I model my life on Home Alone (1990). I want to have crazy fun and get into scrapes.
12 I’m very rarely recognized in public. I go about pretty happy. It just gets heightened around the time you’re releasing something like this [‘The Great Gatsby’]. And then people are suddenly very interested, but for a brief amount of time, which is fine.
13 [on Never Let Me Go (2010)] I read the book when it came out, and I always loved. I loved it first and foremost as a love story and about people who want very simple things from life and can’t get them. Keira Knightley and I did Pride & Prejudice (2005) together and we’ve done lots of adaptations of Charles Dickens and Jane Austen, where the author is not around to tell you if it’s rubbish. And so this was sort of doubly intimidating, because we had Kazuo Ishiguro with us, and you want to be everything that he imagined when he wrote it.
14 [on Shame (2011)] When I read the script, I found it terrifying. My English agents sent it to me and said, “There’s this amazing part.” For me, as an actor, it was sort of scary. I’d seen Hunger (2008), which was done by Steve McQueen, and I thought it was just incredible. And I’d always wanted to work with Michael Fassbender. So, I asked to have a meeting with Steve to pitch myself for the job.
15 I love love stories, I love acting in love stories, I like portraying love stories. So I suppose that’s the romantic side of me, but I am quite practical.
16 My parents were completely against it. They wanted me to go to a university. They didn’t know any actors; no one in my family was an actor. They were scared.
17 My generation tends to play it cool these days. But there is no room for cool. You have got to be irritating and desperate, and if you are not it is terribly boring — on landing a role in Pride & Prejudice (2005) and becoming friends with co-star Keira Knightley.
18 There were older men who used to come in. One guy had a red Ferrari, and one night, when I gave him his check, he signed it ‘Dinner?’ I freaked out! I was definitely not Jenny; she was bolder than I was. She had more to escape from. — on working at a pub and comparing herself to her character in An Education (2009).
19 I thought, ‘Wow! That’s why I am here! One day Al Pacino is going to ask me for a cup of tea and notice my potential. And then I am going to skyrocket!’ — on taking a job as a runner at a studio and spotting Al Pacino arriving to rehearse The Merchant of Venice (2004).
20 (About Kitty and Lydia Bennett) “They completely relate to all of the giggling and gossiping, and especially when the militia arrive we put ourselves into the most ridiculous, lovely costumes and we just have to stand out.”
21 (About her school) “I had wanted to act for a really long time, but other schools I had been to did not have such good drama departments. Everyone was so encouraging. You could do anything you wanted to, although you had to take it seriously. If you missed rehearsals, you were out.”
22 (About Jena Malone in Pride & Prejudice (2005)) I think Jena helped a lot because I have sort of leaned on her the whole summer basically, a) in my character and b) just because she is so much more experienced than I am. She kind of psyches me up for stuff and sort of helps me get in the giggly frame of mind.
23 (About Pride & Prejudice (2005)) I love it when we’re a family unit, I mean we’ve been sort of split up in various pieces, but when we are presented as the Bennetts, in that scene where we go to Netherfield where it is a Miss Bennett, a Miss Bennett, a Miss Bennett and a Mrs Bennett. I just like that we’re all together.
24 About her Pride & Prejudice (2005) co-stars: We were like one big family. We took over the house. It was so much fun. Brenda Blethyn (Mrs Bennett) mummied us all – when we had days off she took us on day trips to a llama farm.
# Fact
1 Suggested Matthias Schoenaerts for the role of Gabriel Oak in Far from the Madding Crowd (2015) after she saw him in the French film Rust and Bone (2012).
2 Nominated for the 2015 Best Leading Actress in a Play Tony Award for her performance in “Skylight”. She lost the award to Helen Mirren for her performance in “The Audience”.
3 Returned to work 8 months after giving birth to her daughter Evelyn to begin filming Mudbound (2017).
4 Was 6 months pregnant with her daughter Evelyn when she completed her run of the Broadway play “Skylight”.
5 Gave birth to her 1st child at age 30, a daughter named Evelyn Grace Mumford on September 15, 2015. Child’s father is her husband, Marcus Mumford.
6 (April 20, 2012) Married her boyfriend of 14 months Marcus Mumford in Somerset following a 9-month-long engagement.
7 It is often stated that she bears a strong resemblance to fellow actresses Michelle Williams and Adelaide Clemens.
8 Her acting idols are Marion Cotillard, Cate Blanchett and Kate Winslet.
9 Has starred in two films that recreate the year 1961: An Education (2009) and Inside Llewyn Davis (2013).
10 Was inspired to become an actor at sixteen after seeing a performance of Henry V starring Kenneth Branagh.
11 Was originally advised by Julian Fellowes not to become an actor and “Marry a lawyer instead”. She later sent him a letter saying that she was serious about it and was invited to a dinner for aspiring actors.
12 Applied to three different Drama schools at seventeen but was turned down by all.
13 Worked as a pub barmaid and studio runner between acting jobs.
14 Was childhood penpals with future husband Marcus Mumford, but the two lost touch before reconnecting as adults and later marrying.
15 Her father is of Irish descent. Her mother is Welsh.
16 16th Jan – 17th March performing “The Seagull” at Royal Court Theatre [March 2007]
17 Was in consideration for the role of Annabel Richter in A Most Wanted Man (2014), but Rachel McAdams was cast instead.
18 Did not learn to drive until she was age 23, and only learned to do so for the film Never Let Me Go (2010).
19 Ambassador for the Alzheimer’s Society; her maternal grandmother has suffered with the disease since 2000.
20 Married Marcus Mumford in a rustic farmhouse in Somerset before 200 guests, including actors Colin Firth, Jake Gyllenhaal and Sienna Miller. Mulligan wore a plain, backless ivory gown, had 8 bridesmaids and Mumford’s father, a vicar, officiated the ceremony.
21 Good friends with Zoe Kazan.
22 Younger sister of Owain Patrick Mulligan (b. 1983).
23 Paternal granddaughter of Ernest Mulligan (1919-1979) and Kathleen Athy (1921-1992).
24 Maternal granddaughter of Samuel S. D. Booth (1924-1991) and Margaret A. M. James (b. 1926).
25 Daughter of Stephen T. Mulligan (b. 1951) and Nano Booth (b. 1954).
26 Announced her engagement to Marcus Mumford, having been in a relationship with him since February 2011. [July 2011]
27 Is close friends with Keira Knightley, having met on the set of Pride & Prejudice (2005).
28 Was originally cast as Violet in Violet & Daisy (2011) but was replaced by Alexis Bledel after she dropped out in order to pursue Drive (2011) instead.
29 Sang the lead female vocal on the title track of Belle & Sebastian‘s “Write About Love” album, released in October 2010.
30 Replaced Keira Knightley in the role of Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady after she dropped out of the project.
31 (August 2009-October 2010) Was in a relationship with Shia LaBeouf, having met on the set of Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010).
32 Lived in London from birth until the age of three before moving with her family to Germany, where she attended the International School of Dusseldorf.
33 Has mentioned that she’d like to do a play every year.
34 Mentioned in an interview at the Sundance Film Festival that the first actor she met was Julian Fellowes, who came to talk at her school. She approached him, and he introduced her to casting director Jina Jay‘s assistant; at the time, they were looking for young unknown actresses to play the younger sisters in Pride & Prejudice (2005). It ended up being her first job.
35 Won “Best Female Performance in a 2007 Science Fiction Television Episode” for the Doctor Who (2005) episode Doctor Who: Blink (2007), at The Constellation Awards (2008).
36 Was the UK recipient of the Shooting Star award from the European Film Promotion in 2009.
37 Received a 2009 Drama Desk Award nomination for “Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play” for her role in Christopher Hampton‘s re-imagining of Anton Chekhov‘s “The Seagull” on Broadway.
38 Voted Best Guest Actress by Doctor Who Magazine readers for Doctor Who: Blink (2007).
39 Received a nomination for “Best Supporting Actress in a motion picture or miniseries” at the OFTA (Online Film & Television Association) Televion awards in 2006 for her role in Bleak House (2005).

Actress

Title Year Status Character
Wildlife 2017 post-production Jeanette Brinson
Mudbound 2017 Laura McAllan
Celebrity Conversations 2016 TV Series
Suffragette 2015 Maud Watts
The Walker 2015 TV Series Sunny
Far from the Madding Crowd 2015 Bathsheba Everdene
Skylight 2014 TV Movie Kyra Hollis
The Spoils of Babylon 2014 TV Series Lady Anne York
Inside Llewyn Davis 2013 Jean
The Great Gatsby 2013 Daisy Buchanan
Shame 2011 Sissy
Drive 2011/I Irene
Never Let Me Go 2010 Kathy
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps 2010 Winnie Gekko
Brothers 2009/I Cassie Willis
Public Enemies 2009 Carol Slayman
An Education 2009 Jenny Mellor
The Greatest 2009 Rose
My Boy Jack 2007 TV Movie Elsie Kipling
When Did You Last See Your Father? 2007 Rachel
Doctor Who 2007 TV Series Sally Sparrow
Northanger Abbey 2007 TV Movie Isabella Thorpe
Trial & Retribution 2006-2007 TV Series Emily Harrogate
Waking the Dead 2007 TV Series Sister Bridgid
The Amazing Mrs Pritchard 2006 TV Series Emily Pritchard
Agatha Christie’s Marple 2006 TV Series Violet Willett
Bleak House 2005 TV Mini-Series Ada Clare Ada Carstone
Pride & Prejudice 2005 Kitty Bennet

Soundtrack

Title Year Status Character
Far from the Madding Crowd 2015 performer: “Let No Man Steal Your Thyme”
Inside Llewyn Davis 2013 performer: “Five Hundred Miles”
Shame 2011 performer: “New York, New York”

Self

Title Year Status Character
Watching, Waiting 2017 Documentary short Herself
Birthday Stories with Lynn Hirschberg 2016 TV Series short Herself
Inside Suffragette 2016 Video short Herself / Maud Watts
Suffragette: Looking Back, Looking Forward 2016 Video short Herself / Maud Watts
Close Up with the Hollywood Reporter 2016 TV Series Herself
Celebrity Style Story 2016 TV Series Herself
Variety Studio: Actors on Actors 2015 TV Series Herself
The Talk 2015 TV Series Herself – Guest
CBS News Sunday Morning 2015 TV Series Herself
Tavis Smiley 2010-2015 TV Series Herself – Guest / Herself
The Late Late Show with James Corden 2015 TV Series Herself
Made in Hollywood 2009-2015 TV Series Herself
CBS This Morning 2015 TV Series Herself
Live with Kelly and Michael 2013-2015 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert 2015 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Graham Norton Show 2011-2015 TV Series Herself – Guest
Live from the Red Carpet: The 2015 Tony Awards 2015 TV Movie Herself
The 69th Annual Tony Awards 2015 TV Movie Herself – Nominee: Best Leading Actress in a Play
Rencontres de cinéma 2015 TV Series Herself
Charlie Rose 2009-2015 TV Series Herself – Guest
World Premiere 2015 TV Series Herself
Good Morning America 2013-2015 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2015 TV Series Herself – Guest
Advance Australian Film 2014 Documentary Herself – Red Carpet Interview
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2010-2013 TV Series Herself – Guest
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2013 TV Series Herself – Guest
Entertainment Tonight 2009-2013 TV Series Herself
Cinema 3 2010-2013 TV Series Herself
Vivir de cine 2013 TV Series Herself
The Colbert Report 2013 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Daily Show 2013 TV Series Herself – Guest
Weekend Ticket 2013 TV Series short Herself
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2009-2013 TV Series Herself – Guest
Film ’72 2012 TV Series Herself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2010-2011 TV Series Herself – Guest
Breakfast 2010-2011 TV Series Herself – Guest
Made in Hollywood: Teen Edition 2011 TV Series Herself
Mark at the Movies 2011 TV Series Herself
BFI London Film Festival Awards 2010 TV Special Herself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 2010 TV Series Herself – Guest
At the Movies 2010 TV Series Herself
Le grand journal de Canal+ 2010 TV Series documentary Herself
Today 2010 TV Series Herself – Guest
La noche de los Oscar 2010 TV Movie Herself
The 82nd Annual Academy Awards 2010 TV Special Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role & Presenter: Best Animated Short Film, Best Documentary Short Subject and Best Live Action Short Film
25th Film Independent Spirit Awards 2010 TV Special Herself
Live from Studio Five 2010 TV Series Herself
The Orange British Academy Film Awards: Red Carpet 2010 TV Special Herself
The View 2010 TV Series Herself – Guest
16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2010 TV Special Herself
Guión busca estrella 2010 TV Movie documentary Herself
Golden Globes Red Carpet Live 2010 TV Movie Herself
The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2010 TV Special Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama
15th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2010 TV Special Herself
2010 Britannia Awards 2010 TV Special Herself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2009 TV Series Herself – Guest
Late Show with David Letterman 2009 TV Series Herself – Guest
DP/30: Conversations About Movies 2009 TV Series Herself
Doctor Who Confidential 2007 TV Series documentary Herself
The 50 Greatest Television Dramas 2007 TV Movie documentary Herself
Pride & Prejudice: On Set Diaries 2006 Video documentary short Herself
Pride & Prejudice: The Bennets 2006 Video documentary short Herself
The Stately Homes of Pride & Prejudice: Groombridge Place 2006 Video documentary short Herself / Kitty Bennet (uncredited)
HBO First Look 2005 TV Series documentary Herself

Archive Footage

Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2015 WFCC Award Women Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress Suffragette (2015)
2015 WFCC Award Women Film Critics Circle Awards Women’s Work/Best Ensemble Suffragette (2015)
2015 Woman of the Year Elle Women in Hollywood Awards
2015 Hollywood Film Award Hollywood Film Awards Actress of the Year Suffragette (2015)
2014 NETPAC Award Asian Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress The Great Gatsby (2013)
2013 Cinema Bloggers Award Cinema Bloggers Awards, Portugal Best Supporting Actress – International Competition Shame (2011)
2013 CinEuphoria CinEuphoria Awards Best Actress – Audience Award Shame (2011)
2013 CCOP Críticos de Cinema Online Portugueses Awards Best Supporting Actress (Melhor Atriz Secundária) Shame (2011)
2012 IOMA Italian Online Movie Awards (IOMA) Best Supporting Actress (Miglior attrice non protagonista) Shame (2011)
2012 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2012 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Music, Adapted Song Shame (2011)
2011 Hollywood Film Award Hollywood Film Awards Supporting Actress of the Year Drive (2011)
2011 Breakthrough Performance Award Palm Springs International Film Festival Never Let Me Go (2010)
2010 Virtuoso Award Santa Barbara International Film Festival An Education (2009)
2010 VFCC Award Vancouver Film Critics Circle Best Actress An Education (2009)
2010 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Leading Actress An Education (2009)
2010 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Actress Never Let Me Go (2010)
2010 COFCA Award Central Ohio Film Critics Association Best Actress An Education (2009)
2010 COFCA Award Central Ohio Film Critics Association Breakthrough Film Artist An Education (2009)
2010 IOFCP Award International Online Film Critics’ Poll Best Actress in a Leading Role An Education (2009)
2010 IOMA Italian Online Movie Awards (IOMA) Best Actress (Miglior attrice protagonista) An Education (2009)
2010 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British Actress of the Year An Education (2009)
2010 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Breakthrough Performance – Female An Education (2009)
2009 SLFCA Award St. Louis Film Critics Association, US Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 TFCA Award Toronto Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 UFCA Award Utah Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 WAFCA Award Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 EDA Award Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 EDA Special Mention Award Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Depiction of Nudity, Sexuality, or Seduction An Education (2009)
2009 EDA Female Focus Award Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Breakthrough Performance An Education (2009)
2009 EFP Shooting Star Berlin International Film Festival United Kingdom
2009 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 CFCA Award Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 CFCA Award Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Most Promising Performer An Education (2009)
2009 DFWFCA Award Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 DFCS Award Denver Film Critics Society Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 Hollywood Breakthrough Award Hollywood Film Awards Actress of the Year An Education (2009)
2009 HFCS Award Houston Film Critics Society Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 IFJA Award Indiana Film Journalists Association, US Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 NBR Award National Board of Review, USA Best Actress An Education (2009)

Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2016 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British/Irish Actress of the Year Far from the Madding Crowd (2015)
2015 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Motion Picture Suffragette (2015)
2015 WFCC Award Women Film Critics Circle Awards Best Female Action Hero Suffragette (2015)
2015 WIN Award Women’s Image Network Awards Outstanding Actress Feature Film Far from the Madding Crowd (2015)
2015 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Actress Suffragette (2015)
2015 DFWFCA Award Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress Suffragette (2015)
2014 AFCA Award Australian Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress The Great Gatsby (2013)
2014 AACTA Award Australian Film Institute Best Lead Actress The Great Gatsby (2013)
2013 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Drama The Great Gatsby (2013)
2013 CinEuphoria CinEuphoria Awards Best Supporting Actress – International Competition Shame (2011)
2013 CinEuphoria CinEuphoria Awards Best Duo – International Competition Shame (2011)
2012 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Supporting Actress Drive (2011)
2012 EDA Award Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2012 Critics Choice Award Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2012 COFCA Award Central Ohio Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2012 Empire Award Empire Awards, UK Best Actress Drive (2011)
2012 Evening Standard British Film Award Evening Standard British Film Awards Best Actress Shame (2011)
2012 ICS Award International Cinephile Society Awards Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2012 IOMA Italian Online Movie Awards (IOMA) Best Supporting Actress (Miglior attrice non protagonista) Drive (2011)
2012 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British Actress of the Year Shame (2011)
2012 OFCS Award Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2011 SDFCS Award San Diego Film Critics Society Awards Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2011 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role Shame (2011)
2011 SLFCA Award St. Louis Film Critics Association, US Special Merit (for best scene, cinematic technique or other memorable aspect or moment) Drive (2011)
2011 VVFP Award Village Voice Film Poll Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2011 WAFCA Award Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2011 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Actress Never Let Me Go (2010)
2011 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2011 CFCA Award Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2011 DFWFCA Award Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2011 Evening Standard British Film Award Evening Standard British Film Awards Best Actress Never Let Me Go (2010)
2011 Golden Schmoes Golden Schmoes Awards Best Supporting Actress of the Year Drive (2011)
2011 ICP Award Indiewire Critics’ Poll Best Supporting Performance Shame (2011)
2010 PFCS Award Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Never Let Me Go (2010)
2010 SDFCS Award San Diego Film Critics Society Awards Best Actress Never Let Me Go (2010)
2010 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role An Education (2009)
2010 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture An Education (2009)
2010 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role An Education (2009)
2010 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama An Education (2009)
2010 Rising Star Award BAFTA Awards
2010 Critics Choice Award Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2010 Chlotrudis Award Chlotrudis Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2010 DFCS Award Detroit Film Critic Society, US Best Actress Never Let Me Go (2010)
2010 Empire Award Empire Awards, UK Best Actress An Education (2009)
2010 Empire Award Empire Awards, UK Best Newcomer An Education (2009)
2010 Evening Standard British Film Award Evening Standard British Film Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2010 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Lead Actress An Education (2009)
2010 IOFCP Award International Online Film Critics’ Poll Best Actress of the Decade An Education (2009)
2010 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards Actress of the Year An Education (2009)
2010 Best Supporting Actress Method Fest Feature Film The Greatest (2009)
2010 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Actress An Education (2009)
2010 OFCS Award Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama An Education (2009)
2009 WAFCA Award Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards Best Breakthrough Performance An Education (2009)
2009 WFCC Award Women Film Critics Circle Awards Best Young Actress An Education (2009)
2009 ACCA Awards Circuit Community Awards Best Cast Ensemble An Education (2009)
2009 DFCS Award Detroit Film Critic Society, US Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 DFCS Award Detroit Film Critic Society, US Breakthrough Artist An Education (2009)
2009 ICP Award Indiewire Critics’ Poll Best Lead Performance An Education (2009)
2006 OFTA Television Award Online Film & Television Association Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture or Miniseries Bleak House (2005)

2nd Place Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2011 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Supporting Actress Shame (2011)
2009 SDFCS Award San Diego Film Critics Society Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 ACCA Awards Circuit Community Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role An Education (2009)
2009 LAFCA Award Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)

3rd Place Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2009 VVFP Award Village Voice Film Poll Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 DFCC Dublin Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)
2009 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress An Education (2009)

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