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Acteur dans 73 films

Né(e) le 28 septembre 1968 (55 ans)

Lieu de naissance
Shoreham, Kent, England, UK

Naomi Watts

Acteur dans


  • The Desperate Hour
  • Boss Level
  • Penguin Bloom


  • Luce


  • Beyond Boundaries: The Harvey Weinstein Scandal


  • Outsider


  • Holland, Michigan
  • Oppression
  • The Book of Henry
  • Nos souvenirs
  • Divergente 3 : Au-delà du mur
  • About Ray


  • Demolition
  • While We're Young
  • Divergente 2 : L'Insurrection


  • Birdman
  • St Vincent


  • Sunlight Jr.
  • Diana
  • Perfect Mothers
  • My Movie Project


  • The Impossible


  • Woody Allen: A Documentary
  • J. Edgar
  • Dream House


  • Vous allez rencontrer un bel et sombre inconnu
  • Fair Game


  • Mother and Child
  • L'Enquête


  • Funny Games U.S.


  • Les Promesses de l'ombre
  • Killers Kill, Dead Men Die


  • Le Voile des illusions
  • Recreating the Eighth Wonder: The Making of 'King Kong'
  • Inland Empire


  • King Kong: Peter Jackson's Production Diaries
  • King Kong
  • Stay
  • Le Cercle : The Ring 2
  • Ellie Parker


  • I ♥ Huckabees
  • L'assassinat de Richard Nixon
  • The Making of: Mulholland Drive
  • We Don't Live Here Anymore


  • 21 grammes
  • Le Divorce
  • Ned Kelly


  • L'Amour six pieds sous terre
  • Le Cercle : The Ring
  • The Outsider : L'Étranger
  • Rabbits


  • L'ascenseur (Niveau 2)
  • Mulholland Drive


  • The Wyvern Mystery


  • Strange Planet
  • The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer
  • Mulholland Dr.


  • The Christmas Wish
  • Babe, le cochon dans la ville
  • La Courtisane


  • Under the Lighthouse Dancing


  • Persons Unknown
  • Timepiece
  • Les enfants du maïs 4 - La moisson
  • The Bermuda Triangle


  • Tank Girl


  • The Custodian


  • Gross Misconduct
  • Panic sur Florida Beach


  • Flirting


  • For Love Alone


  • Once Upon a Time in Staten Island
  • Divergente 4 : Ascendant
  • A participé à

    • The Desperate Hour
    • About Ray
Naomi Watts had already been a working actress for over a decade when she earned notice as a promising newcomer in David Lynch's Cannes Film Festival prizewinner Mulholland Drive (2001). Born September 28th, 1968, Watts began acting in her teens, landing her first film role in For Love Alone (1986). Watts subsequently appeared with future Hollywood headliners Nicole Kidman and Thandie Newton in John Duigan's disarming teen romance Flirting (1991). Watts's next film with Duigan, Wide Sargasso Sea (1992), was not so well received. After her first taste of Hollywood with Joe Dante's schlock movie homage Matinee (1992), Watts nabbed a starring role as Jimmy Smits's disturbed student in George Miller's little seen courtroom drama Gross Misconduct (1993). Watts then starred as Jet Girl to Lori Petty's Tank Girl (1995), but the science fiction fantasy suffered an ignominious box office fate. After a series of TV movies and thrillers, including Sleepwalkers (1997) and Children of the Corn IV (1996), Watts appeared in Marshall Herskovitz's high-toned Venetian courtesan costumer Dangerous Beauty (1998) and successful TV docudrama The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer (1999). Watts's breakthrough finally arrived when David Lynch cast her in his ABC pilot Mulholland Drive. Though ABC canceled the project in 1999 after Lynch turned in a typically mood-drenched work, StudioCanal financed its transformation into a feature that debuted to acclaim at Cannes in 2001. A Los Angeles dreamscape akin to Lost Highway, Mulholland Drive featured Watts as the blonde half of a female duo caught in a mystery of shifting identities. Drawing attention for her not-for-network TV love scene with co-star Laura Harring, Watts also earned praise as a rising "new" actress. Though ignored for an Oscar nomination, Watts's tour-de-force dual performance earned her numerous accolades and critics' awards, igniting her career. Working steadily in the wake of Mulholland Drive, Watts scored a box-office as well as critical success a year later with The Ring (2002), the Hollywood remake of the Japanese horror blockbuster. Starring Watts as an intrepid reporter investigating the origins of a lethal videotape, The Ring overcame studio doubts to become a sleeper hit, solidifying Watts's new star status. Watts subsequently donned period dress for the Showtime western The Outsider (2002), and to co-star alongside fellow Aussie Heath Ledger in The Kelly Gang (2003). Balancing her genre work with potentially headier fare guided by notable directors, Watts also appeared with Kate Hudson, Glenn Close and Stockard Channing in the Merchant-Ivory romantic comedy Le Divorce (2003), and won a leading role opposite formidable actors Sean Penn and Benicio Del Toro in Alejandro González Iñárritu's 21 Grams (2003). In 2004, Watts worked opposite Mark Ruffalo for the independent film We Don't Live Here Anymore, and reteamed with Sean Penn for The Assassination of Richard Nixon. She landed the starring role of Ann Darrow in director Peter Jackson's remake of King Kong (2006), and starred in the 2006 remake of The Painted Veil. Watts was praised for her work as a British midwife who accidentally gets involved in the Russian mafia in director David Cronenberg's psychological thriller Eastern Promises. Watts starred along with Clive Owen in 2009's The International, for which she played the part of an assistant district attorney who participates in a plan to rob a bank, and co-starred alongside Samuel L. Jackson, Annette Benning, and Kerry Washington for the drama Mother and Child. Watts was later cast in Dream House (2011), a thriller starring Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz, and worked with Leonardo DiCaprio in the 2011 biopic J. Edgar. ~ Lucia Bozzola, Rovi

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