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Kristin Scott Thomas stars in Gilles Paque Brenner's "Sarah's Key" as Julia Jarmond. She received a Cesar Award nomination for her performance and won the Lumière Award for Best Actress and the Globe de Cristal Award for Best Actress. She will next be seen in Lasse Halstrom's "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen," alongside Emily Blunt and Ewan McGregor.

Award winning actress Kristin Scott Thomas has become internationally renowned for her talent, elegance and commitment to her craft. Never shying away from challenging roles and determined not to repeat herself, Scott Thomas' body of work is an extraordinary collection of acclaimed film, television and theater performances.

Scott Thomas was recently seen in "Confessions of a Shopaholic," opposite Isla Fisher, Alain Corneau's "Crime D'amour," Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod's "Bel Ami," opposite an all-star cast including Robert Pattinson, Uma Thurman and Christina Ricci; Pawel Pawlikowski's "La Femme du Seme" ("The Woman in the Fifth"), opposite Ethan Hawke, Lola Doillon's "Sous Ton Emprise," Alain Corneau's "Une Femme Parfaite" and "Dans La Maison."

In 2010, Scott Thomas co-starred in Sam Taylor Wood's directorial debut, "Nowhere Boy." For her performance, she received a British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award nomination and a British Film Independent Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Scott Thomas was also seen is in Catherine Corsini's "Partir," for which she received a Cesar Award nomination for Best Actress.
In 2008, Scott Thomas starred in Philippe Claudol's critically acclaimed French-language film. "I've Loved You So Long," for which she received Golden Globe, Cesar Award and BAFTA nominations. She also won the European Best Actress award and the London Film Critics Award for British Actress of the Year.

On stage, Scott Thomas made her Broadway debut in "The Seagull," winning the Olivier Award for Best Actress during the play's run at London's Royal Court Theatre. Variety called her "transfixing" and The New York Times "excellent." She also appeared in Stephan Elliot's "Easy Virtue," based on the play by Sir Noel Coward, in which Scott Thomas starred opposite Jessica Biel, Ben Barnes and Colin Firth.

In 2001, Scott Thomas was part of the ensemble for Robert Altman's acclaimed, Oscar winning film, "Gosford Park." The cast, which also included Maggie Smith, Helen Mirren, Michael Gambon, Ryan Phillippe, Derek Jacobi, Alan Bates, Emily Watson and Bob Balaban, went on to garner numerous awards and nominations including the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by the Cast in a Motion Picture and the Broadcast Film Critics Award for Best Ensemble.

Scott Thomas first won over audiences and critics worldwide with her Academy-award nominated performance in the late Anthony Minghella's "The English Patient," where she starred opposite Ralph Fiennes and Juliette Binoche. Of her performance, Kenneth Turan of The Los Angeles Times wrote that she "gives a gorgeous and magnetic performance that adds unanticipated new dimensions to an already formidable talent." For her performance she was honored by the National Board of Review, and was nominated for Golden Globe, the BAFTA, and the Screen Actors Guild Award.

Scott Thomas was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in "The English Patient," opposite Ralph Fiennes and Juliette Binoche. She was honored by the National Board of Review and was nominated for a Golden Globe, BAFTA and Screen Actors Guild Award.

Making her U.S. film debut in Prince's "Under a Cherry Moon," Scott Thomas went on to great acclaim in Mike Newell's "Four Weddings and a Funeral," earning a BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress. Other notable credits include: Philip Haas' "Angels and Insects"; Richard Loncraine's "Richard III"; Brian DePalma's "Mission Impossible"; Robert Redford's "The Horse Whisperer"; Sydney Pollack's "Random Hearts"; Irwin Winkler's "Life As a House"; Roman Polanski's "Bitter Moon"; Paul Schrader's "The Walker" and Justin Chadwick's "The Other Boleyn Girl" and "Easy Virtue."

Scott Thomas has also appeared in numerous French films, including Guillaume Canet's "Ne le Dis a Personne" ("Tell No One"), Francis Veber's "Le Doublure" ("The Valet") and Pascal Bonitzer's "Petites Coupures" ("Small Cuts"). In television, she has starred in a number of admired miniseries and made-for-TV movies, including "Gulliver's Travels," "Belle Epoque," "Body and Soul," "Weep No More, My Lady" and "The Secret Life of Ian Fleming."

Scott Thomas attended drama school at Paris' Ecole Nationale des Arts et Technique de Theatre. She has maintained a deep connection to the theater, starring in celebrated revivals such as Pirandello's "As You Desire Me" and Chekhov's "Three Sisters" for London's Playhouse Theatre.


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Age: 56 years old
Birthday: May 24, 1960
Height: 5' 6"
Full Name / Real Name: Kristin A. Scott Thomas
Birthplace: Redruth, Cornwall, England, UK
Husband: Dr. Fran├žois Olivennes (1987 - 2005, divorced, 3 children)

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