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Emily Watson – British film and stage actress, twice nominated for the “Oscar” of the actor’s work in the films “Hilary and Jackie” and “Breaking the Waves” and claimed the “Golden Globe” for the execution of roles in the films “The Life and Death of Peter Sellers “” trustee “.
Biography
Emily Anita Watson was born in the family of an architect January 14, 1967 in London. Emily’s mom was a professor of English and gave his daughter a very non-standard education: it completely excommunicated from the TV, and joined to the literature and games that develop the imagination. When it came time to choose a school, Emily, like her sister, identified in modern school, where children, in addition to standard subjects taught meditation and Sanskrit. “I was afraid to go to school, because there already was studying my older sister. She was very pretty, slim and blond. And I – chubby, funny and clumsy “, – she says. Accustomed to school, Emily participated in school plays, but no unique talent showed no then. After graduation she followed her sister was preparing to devote himself to the publishing business. Uotston studied English literature at the University of Bristol, where he continued to play at the student stage. This activity is so gripped Emily that after graduation she radically changed their plans and decided to become an actress. The parents did not approve of her choice, but Emily persisted. Three times she tried to enroll in the London studio of Dramatic Art, where she was also stubbornly refused to accept. In between revenues Emily worked as a waitress, secretary, clerk. Then the girl managed to get to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, where she initially trusted only a minor role. It was in this theater is still an unknown actress met her future husband, Jack Waters.
Shakespeare’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream,” she made her film debut in the television adaptation in 1994. The second of its work in the film, which followed a year later, did Emily Uotston famous. Directed by Lars von Trier invited no one famous actress for the lead role in his film has become a cult classic “Breaking the Waves”. The role of a little strange, pure and candid heroine Emily Watson earned a nomination for “Oscar” and “Golden Globe”. “When I was offered the part, I know not know who Lars von Trier – Emily says. – In terms of kinoeruditsii could not tell ass from elbow. And suddenly I was nominated for “Oscar”, I’m sitting in a beautiful dress among beautiful people, there was the first in the life of the interview, I was offered a new role and a fantastic in my view fees. When Jack and I were married, were willing to live by tightening the belt, because the theater – not the most profitable business. I suddenly became rich, and we bought the first own home. ” Following the triumph of the actress starred in “Metroland” films (1997), “The Boxer” (1997). And for her work in the film “Hilary and Jackie” (1998) Uotston was again nominated for an “Oscar” and “Golden Globe”. Watson has always been especially in demand from independent directors. In 1999, she played a leading role in Alan Parker’s film “Angela’s Ashes”, in the 2000th – Alan Rudolph in the melodrama “Trixie” and the adaptation of the famous novel by Nabokov, “The Luzhin Defence” Marleen Gorris. In 2002, the Emily Uotston shone in Paul Thomas Anderson’s film “Punch-Drunk Love,” from Brett Renner in the thriller “Red Dragon”, Kurt Wimmer in the sci-fi thriller “Equilibrium”. Filmography Emily has more than three dozen films, including such famous films as “War Horse” (2011) and Steven Spielberg’s “Anna Karenina” (2012) Joe Wright.

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