Dame Kristen Ann Scott Thomas is an English-French Actress, born in Cornwall, England on 24th May, 1960. She gained popularity in 1990s with some brilliant performances in movies like “Bitter Moon”, “The English Patient” and “Four Weddings and a Funeral”.

Career Highlights

Kristen Scott Thomas started his career in 1985-86 appearing in the role of Mary Sharon in the movie titled “Under the Cherry Moon”. She performed the role to perfection to be nominated for Golden Raspberry Award for best supporting actress.

As a result of a successful start, she earned many roles in various movies including “A Handful of Dust”, “The Tenth Man” and “Agent Trouble”. She kept getting roles in movies but the breakthrough her career required at the time came in 1994, when she appeared in the movie titled “Four Weddings and a Funeral”, which won her BAFTA award for best supporting actress.

In 1996, she appeared in the block buster movie titled “The English Patient” for which she earned Academy Award nomination. Kristen Scott Thomas won Raspberry Award for best supporting actress early on in her career for an outstanding performance in “Under the Cherry Moon”.

Later on she won BAFTA Award in 1994 as well as Evening Standard British Film Award for best supporting actress and best actress respectively. The major breakthrough of her career came in “The English Patient” in 1996, in which she played the role of Katharine Clifton.

In addition to Academy Award nomination she also won Golden Globe, BAFTA, Screen Actors Guild Award and a number of other nominations. She won many awards as well as handful of nominations for movies including “Gosford Park”, “I’ve Loved You So Long”, “Easy Virtue” and “Nowhere Boy”.

Top Ten Movies of Kristen Scott Thomas:

⦁ Under the Cherry Moon
⦁ A Handful of Dust
⦁ An Unforgettable Summer
⦁ Four Weddings and a Funeral
⦁ Angels & Insects
⦁ The English Patient
⦁ Gosford Park
⦁ I’ve Loved You So Long
⦁ Easy Virtue
⦁ Nowhere Boy

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