Naomi Watts Net Worth

We sure love our actresses. Naomi Watts is no exception. As an Actor, Film Producer, Voice Actor from Shoreham, United Kingdom. Born on September 28, 1968 into the family of Peter Watts, Myfanwy Edwards Roberts Ben Watts, this British-Australian woman is famous for her many roles on large and small movies as well as TV. Standing at 5 ft 4 in (1.64 m), Naomi Watts studied and graduated from Mosman High School and North Sydney Girls High School. The actress’ family is comprised of her spouse unknown, kids Samuel Kai Schreiber, Alexander Pete Schreiber. As most of famous actresses, Naomi Watts has amassed a large net worth with a lot of money under her name. Successful box office hits and terrific performances on the small and large screen have earned this woman tons of accolades and recognition across the board. So, what about numbers? Her net worth is calculated to be $20 Million.

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  • Full Name: Naomi Watts
  • Net Worth: $20 Million
  • Date Of Birth: September 28, 1968
  • Place Of Birth: Shoreham, United Kingdom
  • Height: 5 ft 4 in (1.64 m)
  • Profession: Actor, Film Producer, Voice Actor
  • Education: Mosman High School and North Sydney Girls High School
  • Nationality: British-Australian
  • Children: Samuel Kai Schreiber, Alexander Pete Schreiber
  • Parents: Peter Watts, Myfanwy Edwards Roberts
  • Siblings: Ben Watts
  • Partner: Liev Schreiber (2005–)
  • Nicknames: Naomi Ellen Watts , Queen of Remakes
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  • Awards: Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Saturn Award, Saturn Award for Best Actress, Costume Designers Guild Award for Lacoste Spotlight Award, National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress, London Film Critics’ Circle Award for Actress of the Y…
  • Nominations: Emmy Award for Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program (2014), Academy Award, Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actress
  • Movies: “Under the Lighthouse Dancing” (1997), “Babe: Pig in the City” (1998), “The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer” (1999), “The Wyvern Mystery” (2000),”Rabbits”, “The Outsider”, “The Ring”, “Plots with a View”
  • TV Shows: “Brides of Christ”, “Hey Dad”, “Home and Away”


  • Believe me. There’s nothing natural about a red-carpet experience. People scream your name at the top of their voices, 100 of them at a time, and it just makes your heart leap out of your chest. I don’t like being in loud places any more, all my friends call me Granny! My favorite thing is welcoming people in to my home.
  • [on her Oscar nomination for The Impossible (2012)] I just want to have a good time and then have a great party afterwards. Emmanuelle Riva was the performance of the year, but Jennifer Lawrence did a beautiful job too. And Jessica Chastain. They’re all great performances. And – how do you pronounce it? – Quvenzhane [Wallis] was great too.
  • I never get recognized on the street. I’m lucky that way. People see me as the dolled-up movie-star type on the red carpet, but in real life, I don’t look anything like that. I blend easily into a crowd. My husband, Liev Schreiber, is really distinct, and quite often people push me aside to get to him. They’ll say, “Isn’t that the guy…?” and list off all his credits. They will then ask, “Can you take a photo of us?” They have no idea who I am.
  • [on undertaking the role of Diana, Princess of Wales] It’s definitely risky. But having said that, it’s a story that has to be told. We like to look back on big stories, and it’s a little fresher, perhaps, than Henry VIII.
  • [on The Impossible (2012)] Who knew I’d be swimming for six weeks? After King Kong (2005) I swore to myself that I would never do anything action-driven again, because it just about killed me. But it’s sort of like childbirth. You forget.
  • [Woody Allen is] the best actor’s director I’ve ever worked with. There’s not as much free rein as we’re led to believe, because he has a sense of how the scene’s going to work and we need to move within those parameters. [But] he wants to empower us to find it … and he’ll do it in such a gentle fashion that we don’t even understand it’s being done.
  • Everyone said I was an overnight success, but it was ten years leading up to that.
  • I’m incredibly grateful for being in a position where the phone still rings and the calls are still coming in from directors I respect. I feel like my intentions are the same as they have always been. I can’t be seduced into doing (a film) for the wrong reason. The moment I do, I’ll probably fail.
  • I’m so not feeling in my best physical shape and there I am having to strip naked — which I’d never even done before [on her role in Mother and Child (2009)].
  • [on her role in Fair Game (2010)] I’m probably one of the few people who can say I breastfed my baby while packing a loaded gun.
  • I went straight from one movie to another. I had about a week of rehearsal and that was my preparation. It was a huge movie and I had like a billion costume, changes and things like that took precedence over any acting preparation. But really fear is a pretty simple emotion to play. It’s a pretty good driving force, so imagination really was my key — On preparing for The Ring (2002).
  • It’s a bunch of images that are really quite nasty. They don’t exactly correlate but you work out what they mean later on in the story, and that alone is pretty scary — On the videotape in The Ring (2002).
  • Well, in Mulholland Dr. (2001), I played these two characters that weren’t based on any reality and they were very extreme people. I felt this character, “Rachel Keller”, was very ordinary even though she’s presented with extraordinary circumstances. She’s a normal person who’s just a mother and to her everything is OK. Life is just dandy.Then this horrible thing comes into her life. She’s forced to question her sanity. It seems completely implausible and then the journalist part of her goes out the window and it becomes about survival for her and for her family. It’s pretty intense — On what attracted her to the role of “Rachel Keller” in The Ring (2002).
  • I’d have to say when I found out that my son was watching the tape. And then again, when I was totally exasperated at the end. … I really felt like I was touching on melodrama, and you’re just going for it, and you’re just like shrieking, and you’re always afraid that it’s too much, but it really warrants that in the story. It’s really about trusting Gore, because we’ve got to make sure that everything is paced well up to that point so it isn’t melodrama. Obviously, it’s a very, very dramatic situation, and she’s reached that point where she just can’t take it anymore. So you’re doing it on the day and you’re just always concerned how it’s going to play out in the structure of the story.And then also, I’d have to say that the horses on the boat was particularly difficult. I mean, I felt terrible for the horses, but we had the animal people there who were watching very closely and telling us what we could and couldn’t do, and everyone on the set was incredibly quiet and respectful in order not to spook them anymore than they were already being spooked. … But it was great. I think it’s a pretty powerful scene. — on what her most difficult scenes were in The Ring (2002).
  • Yes, I did. I saw it once. I read the script and I really liked the script. I got excited about it, and then I managed to get hold of the copy of the Japanese version. It was particularly difficult to find as I was shooting a film in the south of Wales. The video store people looked at me blankly.And when I got hold of it, I was in my hotel room alone and watching it on a very small TV monitor, and I remember being pretty freaked out. I just saw it the once, and that was enough to get me excited about doing it. But then, after that, I didn’t want to look at it too much, because when you’re doing a remake, I think it can be dangerous, because seeing how the other actor played the role could corrupt your own ideas or take you in a direction that’s not exactly where you would have planned to go — On watching “Ringu” before shooting The Ring (2002).
  • It was the character that drew me to this project. It’s a genre film, and you get all those moments that you get in a genre film, but you get a little bit more. I think it’s more psychological. And the character has her own personal journey to go through, and I particularly liked it for that reason. Rachel starts out as a flawed person and not the greatest mother. She’s not asking the questions, she’s a little bit driven and focused on what she thinks is the right thing to do, which is work, work, work, survive, survive and provide for my child. But it’s only after all the drama and the chaos happens that she realizes that it’s not just about that. It’s about spending time and asking the questions and recognizing what your child needs before he states it. — On what drew her to The Ring (2002).
  • Aside from the endless discussions and imagining various scenarios — the ‘what-ifs’ — I happen to know two people that had been held hostage in their home. To know even two people is scary; it reminds you that this sort of thing really can take place. – on preparing and relating to Funny Games (2007).
  • Since this was a remake, there was the fear that you’re going to be compared to the original actors. The fact that Michael was designing each shot the exact same way as the original meant that you had to do the same blocking and tread the same steps as those actors. And then you think, oh wow, how can I invent this character, how can I find this scene in my own organic way? Michael’s way is so mapped out — I’d go to the sink, go to the fridge, then back to the sink — it became such a heady thing and it’s not like I prefer to work. I like to feel it and surprise myself. – more on Funny Games (2007) writer/director Michael Haneke.
  • They both had such difficult parts. Michael, particularly, had endless amounts of dialog, and Michael Haneke wanted to shoot long takes without angles, which meant both guys had to be very much on their game. I was so impressed with both of them. They’re very fine actors and although they struggled with it — playing these hideous, psychotic people — I think there was some fun in it, too. Michael Pitt is also someone who works from a very organic place and Haneke had lots of instruction for him. You feel very trapped and confined. And the material is so heavy and it makes you so very tense. – on Funny Games (2007) co-stars Michael Pitt and Brady Corbet.
  • It was quite difficult to turn off during the end of the day. Most people will ask me, ‘Was this scary to make, scary to watch?’ Usually the answer is no, because in most films, you shoot out of sequence so everything’s fragmented. But this film was shot very much in chronological order and it pretty much takes place all on one set. Michael doesn’t cut a lot — one shot is held for endless minutes. So it was hard. The set was at times a very tense place – On filming Funny Games (2007).
  • Auditions are just so humiliating and degrading. You get a five-minute time slot for a part you’ve spent six hours or more studying for or thinking about, and you get into these rooms full of people who barely make eye contact. They’re bored and frustrated that they can’t find the right person, energy that is instantly crushing and which makes it hard to shine. Going through that process over and over, you become so wounded and guarded that it’s impossible to give you best stuff away. That’s why I will never forget what David Lynch did for me. When he cast me in Mulholland Dr. (2001), I was literally at the lowest place, and yet he managed to pull away all those masks.
  • I’ve done a few remakes now, as you know. And my philosophy is, you see the original film once, and that’s it. You have to do whatever you can to shut it out, because you don’t want your performance to be tainted. You don’t want to fall into the trap of comparisons, basically.
  • People think of me as the go-to-girl for nervous breakdowns. (On the type of roles she’s offered.)
  • To be a producer is not something that I look at as a position of power. I just think that I have these great connections, let’s use them. I believe in it. You believe in it. Let’s do it.
  • I’m not this dark, twisted person. Yes, I have my demons and this is my way of exorcising them. It gets them out – and better out than in. Actually, I think that it’s the comedians who are the darkest people on the planet, because they think life’s just bloody hilarious. – on the usual dark roles that she is known for.
  • I don’t think I’m really the go-to girl for that sort of cheery popcorn movie. I’ve done that little bit of lightness in King Kong, and I Heart Huckabees was definitely goofy, but I just don’t connect that well to romantic comedies because they’re usually so formulaic and not really based in truth.
  • There’s a set of rules out there somewhere that says it all ends by 40. I hope to be able to defy that because I truly love my work.
  • Yes, I’ve had six great years of being in a position where I can pick and choose a bit, but it’s not like I suddenly feel so calm and relaxed about that. Having spent a large portion of my life with a constant struggle and trying to find ways to make it work, that’s what sticks with me.
  • Every time I’d think to book a ticket to leave L.A., something would come up-even just a three day job or something. That was enough to keep me invested. I still pinch myself when a certain director calls and says, ‘Would you like to read my script?’ I don’t take any of it for granted because I struggled for so long.
  • To be appreciated or recognized is everything to an artist, but to be placed in a category where judgment occurs is awful, and yet we are all liars if we can’t admit that we haven’t all chased it or dreamed of it, even just a little bit.
  • I had gotten to a place where I truly believed everything I was called: ‘not sexy,’ ‘not funny,’ ‘too intense,’ desperate.’ All those labels they gave me, I took them because there wasn’t a trace of my true self left. – on the struggles of her early career.
  • When I had dark hair I definitely felt that I was more anonymous.
  • I keep saying to myself, Oh, God, I’m sick of playing these dark, harrowing roles. I want a big paycheck, so put me in some dumb romantic comedy any day.
  • “Every time I dress up to go somewhere, I say this is who I am: like, I feel like a Russian hooker tonight. A long time ago, I put on a Stella McCartney top with a huge amount of feathers, and I had really black eye makeup and stringy hair. My mom was like, ‘That top’s not working’. But that’s what I looked like, a Russian hooker”.
  • Yeah, I suppose I am ordinarily drawn to the darker stuff. You won’t find me in a romantic comedy. Those movies don’t speak to me. People don’t come to talk to me about those scripts, because they probably think I’m this dark, twisted, miserable person.
  • I’m a tomboy now. I always wanted to fit in with my brother’s group, so I climbed trees and played with lead soldiers. But I’m a woman’s woman. I never understood women who don’t have woman friends.
  • That ad recently turned up in a magazine in Australia. My head is in my hands as I’m sitting at as desk, thinking, ‘When can I start using tampons?’ I was quite old, but I was supposed to look 12″. – on one of her first gigs.
  • “The biggest place I look for validation is from my mother. That’s the little girl in me that will never grow up.” – on why not having an Oscar yet doesn’t faze her.
  • “The consequences are that you fear and dread being abandoned. You get a little tougher, and it’s more difficult for you to become intimate. The pros are that you can adapt to any situation and that you’re open to new surroundings. A lot of people get stuck in their ways, but I embrace change.” on moving frequently when she was younger.
  • I always love being in the company of women. It’s all about good conversation and great wine.
  • It’s always nerve-racking to take off your clothes on film. But doing it with a woman felt safer than with a man. You know you can say, ‘Don’t grab me there: That’s where my cellulite is’! [after being asked if it was hard to do a love scene with a woman (Mulholland Dr. (2001)]
  • Even during my most intense scenes with Sean Penn (in 21 Grams (2003)), we found ways to have fun. Sure, I have my dark moments, but I’m the girl you’ll see driving down the highway singing to Blondie.
  • If I have to produce movies, direct movies, whatever to change the way Hollywood treats older women, I’ll do it. If I have to bend the rules, I will. If I have to break them, I will.
  • You have to make peace with yourself. The key is to find the harmony in what you have.quoted in the Feb 01, 2005 issue of WOMAN’S WORLD.
  • “I’ve had people who’ve seen 21 Grams (2003) say, ‘Wow, you’re so brave to be looking like that’. This shocks me. I think that’s what an actor’s job is, to lose yourself in a role”.
  • “We’re so afraid of death in our culture, but I think if we understand it better, then we’ll appreciate the life we have more.” – in response to 21 Grams (2003).
  • My mum put me in drama classes when I was about 14. I’d been going on about it for some time, so maybe it was a way to shut me up.
  • Whatever is said about roles drying up, I intend to keep working. Certainly now the roles couldn’t be more interesting – playing mothers, divorcees. I think it’s going to be exciting to play a mother of teenagers. The longer your life, the deeper it gets.
  • Instead of thinking ‘how can I slow the ageing process?’ I think ‘how can I bend the rules?’ Every year you add to your life, you’re going to add a different experience to your face.
  • For the record, I am actually British as well as Australian. People always think I’m Australian but I’m happy for the Brits to claim me back. I’m offering myself up.
  • I find myself gravitating towards drama. It interests me. In the books I read, the paintings I like, it’s always the darker stuff.
  • On set is where I feel comfortable. The red carpet stuff, talking about the film, explaining your own life, it doesn’t come naturally. It’s all necessary stuff I suppose but it’s not my strength.
  • It was total naivety that got me to Hollywood. I thought it was going to happen straight away. I told myself ‘give it 5 years, there’s no way I’ll be here after that if it doesn’t happen’. Cut to ten years later!
  • “There’s a lot of skeletons in my closet, but I know what they’re wearing. I’m not gonna act all ashamed of it” – on her early career.
  • ‘Pain is such an important thing in life. I think that as an artist you have to experience suffering. It’s not enough to have lived it once; you have to relive it. Darkness is not a pejorative thing.”


  • Father Peter Watts died of an apparent heroin overdose when Naomi was seven years old. She says she doesn’t have any clear memories of him.
  • Adam-12: Log 141: The Color TV Bandit (1968) aired on the day she was born. Star Trek: The Next Generation: Encounter at Farpoint (1987) (the debut, possibly the pilot) aired on her 19th birthday, Emergency!: Gossip (1974), Numb3rs: Trust Metric (2007), Quantum Leap: The Leap Home: Part 1 – November 25, 1969 (1990), The Simpsons: The Principal and the Pauper (1997), and The Simpsons: Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes (2008) aired on her birthday.
  • The appearance of the character in the game Deadly Premonition (2010), Emily Wyatt, was copied from her.
  • Turned down the role of Narcissa Malfoy on Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009) and the role went to Helen McCrory.
  • She is currently filming in London for Woody Allen in You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (2010) opposite Anthony Hopkins, Antonio Banderas and Josh Brolin, among others. [August 2009]
  • In New Zealand, filming Peter Jackson’s King Kong (2005). [2004]
  • Has played four characters with the name Ann – Dream House (2011), Funny Games (2007), Eastern Promises (2007) and King Kong (2005).
  • Has a fear of swimming in deep water. Was caught in an ocean current, when she was age 14, and was rescued by her brother, Ben Watts, who was age 15.
  • Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 40, a son Samuel Kai Schreiber, on December 13, 2008. Child’s father is her now ex-fiancé, Liev Schreiber.
  • Gave birth to her 1st child at age 38, a son Alexander Pete Schreiber (Sasha Schreiber), on July 25, 2007. Child’s father is her now ex-fiancé, Liev Schreiber.
  • Good friends with frequent co-star, Sean Penn.
  • Model for Ann Taylor (2011).
  • Spokeswoman for Pantene haircare (2011).
  • Spokeswoman for Audi (2011).
  • Her maternal grandfather was Welsh and her maternal grandmother was Australian.
  • Wanted to play Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises (2012), but was considered too old for the part, and the 14-years-younger Anne Hathaway was cast instead.
  • Owns homes in both Los Angeles and New York City.
  • Was three months pregnant with her son Alexander when she completed filming on Eastern Promises (2007).
  • It is often assumed that she met her now ex-fiancé Liev Schreiber on the set of The Painted Veil (2006), but they actually met at the New York Met ball in 2005.
  • Attended North Sydney Girls High School.
  • Shot her leading role in Mother and Child (2009) in only 8 days.
  • Before finally accepting a lead role in You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (2010), she was forced to turn down roles by Woody Allen in both Melinda and Melinda (2004) and Cassandra’s Dream (2007) due to scheduling conflicts.
  • Returned to work one month after giving birth to her son Samuel in order to begin filming Mother and Child (2009).
  • Has been in at least seven remakes/revisions: The Shaft (2001), The Ring (2002), Ned Kelly (2003), Ellie Parker (2005), King Kong (2005), The Painted Veil (2006) and Funny Games (2007).
  • Godmother of Simon Baker and Rebecca Rigg’s son Claude.
  • Worked as a nanny for Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise when she was struggling in Hollywood.
  • Was cast in a King Lear adaptation as Goneril alongside Keira Knightley (as Cordelia), Gwyneth Paltrow (as Regan) and Anthony Hopkins (as King Lear). The movie was shelved.
  • Was in contention for the role of Hanna Schmiz in The Reader (2008), along with Marion Cotillard, after Nicole Kidman dropped out due to pregnancy. However due to scheduling conflicts she had to back out and the part was eventually given to Kate Winslet.
  • Returned to work two months after giving birth to her son Alexander in order to begin filming The International (2009).
  • The maniacal laughter heard in the Pink Floyd song, “Money”, is her father’s, Peter Watts, the band’s then-road manager.
  • Is 19 months younger than her brother, Ben Watts.
  • Considers herself to be both British and Australian.
  • Her favorite “scary movie” is Don’t Look Now (1973).
  • In 2007, a rumor circulated that she had been cast as Narcissa Malfoy in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009). The day after the rumor appeared, her PR reps claimed it wasn’t true.
  • Enjoys martial arts and trained Judo for a long time. She participated in amateur Judo championships through the early 90s, from 1989 to 1992. Nowadays, she trains in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
  • Turned down the role of “Susan Storm” (Invisible Girl) in Fantastic Four (2005). Jessica Alba later got the part.
  • Her mother Miv Watts is an interior designer.
  • Was engaged to actor Liev Schreiber from 2007 until they called off in 2016.
  • Played a struggling actress living in L.A. twice: in Mulholland Dr. (2001) and in Ellie Parker (2005).
  • Friend of Kate Hudson, Gia Carides and Carla Gugino.
  • Is good friends with actor Mark Ruffalo and his wife Sunrise Coigney.
  • Named #4 of Sexiest Women over the age of 35 according to the editors at MSN Lifestyle: Men.
  • Was voted 3rd in Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainers of the Year in December 2005.
  • Ranked #2 in the UK FHM’s most eligible women (2006).
  • Named #2 in the French edition of FHM magazine’s “100 Sexiest Women in the World 2006”.
  • Was voted #29 on’s Most Desirable Women of 2006.
  • Named #99 in FHM magazine’s “100 Sexiest Women in the World 2006” supplement. (2006).
  • Was Fernando Meirelles’s first choice for the role of Tessa Quayle in The Constant Gardener (2005), but she declined due to her commitment to King Kong (2005). Rachel Weisz was then given the role.
  • When shooting a movie, uses a specific song to get herself ready for each scene.
  • Was among the guests at Nicole Kidman’s and Keith Urban’s wedding
  • When she was 18, she tried her hand at modeling and was hired by an agency in Japan.
  • Model for David Yurman. [2006]
  • Was accompanied by her then-boyfriend Liev Schreiber to the King Kong (2005) US-premiere. It was their first public appearance together.
  • When she was 20 years old, she was an assistant editor at “Follow Me” magazine in Australia. After a friend begged her to try acting, she quit her job instead and never looked back.
  • Her parents divorced when she was four.
  • Grandparents: Hugh & Nikki Roberts
  • Parents: Peter Watts and Myfanwy (Miv) Watts.
  • Had a horrific fall on the New Zealand set of King Kong (2005). She fell from a height into a ditch, to the shock of the cast and crew. She thanked her rigorous practice of yoga for saving her from any permanent damage.
  • Ranked #76 on Forbes 2005 Power in Entertainment List.
  • Starred in and produced 2001’s Ellie Parker (2001), which was made into a kind of cult classic about a struggling actress in Hollywood and the nightmares she encountered. The movie resurfaced in 2005 at the SunDance Film Festival and is set to be re-released in December of 2005.
  • Spent some of her early childhood in Anglesey, Wales, where her mother is from.
  • Claims she wanted to become an actor after seeing the movie Fame (1980).
  • Director David Lynch asked her to be in the movie Mulholland Dr. (2001) after picking out her headshot from a stack of actors.
  • Moved in with best friend Nicole Kidman after Kidman spilt up from husband Tom Cruise.
  • Her favorite actresses are Meryl Streep, Jodie Foster and Julianne Moore.
  • She has a Yorkshire terrier named Bob.
  • Accepted the role for 21 Grams (2003) without reading the script first.
  • Her father died when she was seven.
  • When her cell phone sounds, it plays Pink Floyd’s “Money”.
  • Voted the 14th Sexiest Female Movie Star in the Australian Empire Magazine September 2002.
  • Featured on the cover of the Australian Empire Magazine March 2003 for Women of the Year 2002.
  • Her brother, Ben Watts, is a well-known photographer. He’s been living in the US since 1994.
  • Was named one of the 50 Most Beautiful People by People Magazine in 2002.
  • She once appeared in an Australian television commercial turning down a date with Tom Cruise for her mum’s lamb roast.
  • Is a vegetarian.
  • Moved to Australia when she was 14. Her maternal grandmother is Australian.
  • Best friends with Nicole Kidman, since a casting call for commercial when they were girls.
  • Daughter of Peter Watts, road manager for Pink Floyd until 1974.


  • Roles in remakes of films
  • Often works with Sean Penn.
  • Frequently plays dark and troubled characters
  • Often plays characters that endure loss or suffering
  • Her two front teeth


Title Year Status Character
Mulholland Dr. 1999 TV Movie Betty / Diane Selwyn
A House Divided 1998 Short Amanda
The Christmas Wish 1998 TV Movie Renee
Babe: Pig in the City 1998 Additional Voices (voice)
Sleepwalkers 1997-1998 TV Series Kate Russell
Dangerous Beauty 1998 Giulia De Lezze
Under the Lighthouse Dancing 1997 Louise
Persons Unknown 1996 Molly
Timepiece 1996 TV Movie Mary Chandler
Children of the Corn: The Gathering 1996 Video Grace Rhodes
Bermuda Triangle 1996 TV Movie Amanda
Tank Girl 1995 Jet Girl
The Custodian 1993 Louise
Gross Misconduct 1993 Jennifer Carter
Wide Sargasso Sea 1993 Fanny Grey
Matinee 1993 Shopping Cart Starlet
Home and Away 1991 TV Series Julie Gibson
Flirting 1991 Janet Odgers
Brides of Christ 1991 TV Mini-Series Frances Heffernan
Hey Dad..! 1990 TV Series Belinda Lawrence
For Love Alone 1986 Leo’s Girlfriend
Larrikins 2018 post-production voice
Ophelia 2018 announced Gertrude
The Book of Henry 2017 completed Susan Carpenter
The Divergent Series: Ascendant 2017 TV Movie pre-production Evelyn
Twin Peaks 2017 TV Series post-production
Gypsy 2017 TV Series pre-production Jean Holloway
The Glass Castle 2017 completed Rose Mary Walls
Shut In 2016 Mary Portman
The Bleeder 2016 Linda
Allegiant 2016 Evelyn
About Ray 2015 Maggie
Demolition 2015 Karen
The Sea of Trees 2015 Joan Brennan
Insurgent 2015 Evelyn
While We’re Young 2014 Cornelia
St. Vincent 2014 Daka
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) 2014 Lesley
BoJack Horseman 2014 TV Series Naomi Watts
Diana 2013 Diana
Sunlight Jr. 2013 Melissa
Adoration 2013 Lil
Movie 43 2013 Samantha (segment “Homeschooled”)
The Impossible 2012 Maria
J. Edgar 2011 Helen Gandy
Dream House 2011 Ann Patterson
Fair Game 2010/I Valerie Plame
You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger 2010 Sally
Mother and Child 2009 Elizabeth
The International 2009/I Eleanor Whitman
Funny Games 2007 Ann
Eastern Promises 2007 Anna
The Painted Veil 2006 Kitty Fane
Inland Empire 2006 Suzie Rabbit (voice)
King Kong 2005 Ann Darrow
King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie 2005 Video Game Ann Darrow (voice)
Stay 2005/I Lila Culpepper
The Ring Two 2005 Rachel
Ellie Parker 2005 Ellie Parker
I Heart Huckabees 2004 Dawn Campbell
The Assassination of Richard Nixon 2004 Marie Andersen Bicke
We Don’t Live Here Anymore 2004 Edith Evans
21 Grams 2003 Cristina Peck
Le divorce 2003 Roxeanne de Persand
Ned Kelly 2003 Julia Cook
Rabbits 2002 Suzie
The Outsider 2002 TV Movie Rebecca Yoder
Undertaking Betty 2002 Meredith Mainwaring
The Ring 2002 Rachel
Mulholland Dr. 2001 Betty / Diane Selwyn
The Shaft 2001 Jennifer Evans
Ellie Parker 2001 Short Ellie Parker
Never Date an Actress 2001 Short The shallow girlfriend
The Wyvern Mystery 2000 TV Movie Alice Fairfield
Strange Planet 1999 Alice
The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer 1999 TV Movie Holly Maddux
Title Year Status Character
Gypsy 2017 TV Series executive producer – 10 episodes pre-production
About Ray 2015 executive producer
The Last Impresario 2013 Documentary associate producer
Adoration 2013 executive producer
Funny Games 2007 executive producer
The Painted Veil 2006 producer
Ellie Parker 2005 producer
We Don’t Live Here Anymore 2004 producer
Ellie Parker 2001 Short producer
Title Year Status Character
J. Edgar: A Complicated Man 2012 Video documentary short special thanks
J. Edgar: The Most Powerful Man in the World 2012 Video documentary short special thanks
Babel 2006/I the director wishes to thank
Searching for Angela Shelton 2004 Documentary grateful acknowledgment
Dogtown 1997 the production wishes to thank
Title Year Status Character
Made in Hollywood 2014-2016 TV Series Herself
The Insider 2015-2016 TV Series Herself
Entertainment Tonight 2007-2016 TV Series Herself
Live with Kelly and Michael 2005-2016 TV Series Herself – Guest
Special Look 2016 TV Series Herself
World Premiere 2016 TV Series Herself
Access Hollywood 2016 TV Series Herself
Extra 2015-2016 TV Series Herself
Late Night with Seth Meyers 2016 TV Series Herself
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2008-2016 TV Series Herself – Guest / Herself
E! Live from the Red Carpet 2013-2016 TV Series Herself / Herself – After Party Guest
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert 2015 TV Series Herself
Conan 2015 TV Series Herself – Guest
The 87th Annual Academy Awards 2015 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Best Film Editing
The 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2015 TV Special Herself – Winner
72nd Golden Globe Awards 2015 TV Special Herself – Presenter
IMDb: What to Watch 2013-2014 TV Series documentary Herself
CBS This Morning 2014 TV Series Herself – Guest
Good Morning America 2014 TV Series Herself – Guest
The 86th Annual Academy Awards 2014 TV Special Herself – Co-Presenter: Best Costume Design and Best Makeup and Hairstyling
71st Golden Globe Awards 2014 TV Special Herself – Presenter (uncredited)
Realizing the Impossible: The Making of the Impossible 2013 Video documentary short Herself
The Last Impresario 2013 Documentary Herself – Interviewee
11th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards 2013 TV Special Herself
Casting ‘The Impossible’ 2013 Video short Herself
Le grand journal de Canal+ 2013 TV Series documentary Herself
Lo imposible: Making Of 2013 TV Movie documentary Herself
The 85th Annual Academy Awards 2013 TV Special Herself – Performer and Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role
The Oscars Red Carpet Live 2013 TV Movie Herself – Interviewee
Katie 2012-2013 TV Series Herself – Guest
Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis 2013 TV Series Herself
CBS News Sunday Morning 2013 TV Series documentary Herself – Guest
19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2013 TV Special Herself – Presenter & Nominee
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 2002-2013 TV Series Herself – Guest
70th Golden Globe Awards 2013 TV Special Herself – Nominee
18th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2013 TV Special Herself
The 39th Annual People’s Choice Awards 2013 TV Special Herself
Rotten Tomatoes 2013 TV Series Herself
The Kennedy Center Honors 2012 TV Special Herself – Presenter
Charlie Rose 2003-2012 TV Series Herself – Guest
Entertainers with Byron Allen 2012 TV Series documentary Herself – Guest
Late Show with David Letterman 2002-2012 TV Series Herself – Guest / Herself
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2010-2012 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Project 2012 TV Series Herself
Días de cine 2012 TV Series Herself
Woody Allen: A Documentary 2012 Documentary Herself
ES.TV HD 2012 TV Series Herself – Guest
J. Edgar: A Complicated Man 2012 Video documentary short Herself
J. Edgar: The Most Powerful Man in the World 2012 Video documentary short Herself
American Masters 2011 TV Series documentary Herself
Sesame Street 2011 TV Series Herself
The 2011 Independent Spirit Awards 2011 TV Special Herself
Cinema 3 2010 TV Series Herself
The Daily Show 2010 TV Series Herself – Guest
The 64th Annual Tony Awards 2010 TV Special Herself – Audience Member (uncredited)
TV Festival Du Cannes 2010 2010 TV Movie Herself
The Cove: My Friend is… 2010 Short Herself
30 minuts 2010 TV Series documentary Herself
Ceremonia de clausura – 57º festival internacional de cine de San Sebastián 2009 TV Movie Herself
The Making of ‘The International’ 2009 Video short Herself
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2004-2009 TV Series Herself – Guest
Australia Unites: The Victorian Bushfire Appeal 2009 TV Movie Herself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2009 TV Series Herself – Guest
Film ’72 2008 TV Series Herself
The Directors 2008 TV Series documentary Herself
Eastern Promises: Watts on Wheels 2007 Video short Herself
Famous 2007 TV Series Herself
In the Company of Actors 2007 Documentary Herself
The 61st Annual Tony Awards 2007 TV Special Herself – Audience Member
The 79th Annual Academy Awards 2007 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Best Visual Effects
The 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2007 TV Special Herself – Presenter
Bryan’s Journals 2006 Video documentary Herself
Mon plus grand moment de cinéma 2006 TV Series short Herself
Recreating the Eighth Wonder: The Making of ‘King Kong’ 2006 Video documentary Herself
The Eighth Blunder of the World 2006 Video short Herself / Ann Darrow
Kong’s New York, 1933 2006 Video documentary short Herself
The 78th Annual Academy Awards 2006 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Song ‘Travelin’ Thru’
2006 Independent Spirit Awards 2006 TV Movie documentary Herself
2006 Asian Excellence Awards 2006 TV Special Herself – Presenter
Sci Fi Inside: ‘King Kong’ 2005 Herself
It’s All Gone King Kong 2005 TV Movie documentary Herself
HBO First Look 2005 TV Series documentary Herself
Corazón de… 2005 TV Series Herself
King Kong: Peter Jackson’s Production Diaries 2005 Video documentary Herself
Total Request Live 2005 TV Series Herself
Late Night with Conan O’Brien 2005 TV Series Herself – Guest
Today 2005 TV Series Herself – Guest
Wish You Were Here: A Look Inside ‘King Kong’ 2005 TV Movie Herself
The Barry Z Show 2005 TV Series Herself
I Heart Huckabees: Production Surveillance 2005 Video documentary short Herself
The 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards 2005 TV Special documentary Herself – Presenter: Film Clip from “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”
Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope 2005 TV Special Herself
The 2004 Australian Film Institute Awards 2004 TV Special Herself
21 Grams: In Fragments 2004 Video documentary short Herself
Mulholland Drive: Making of 2004 Video documentary short Herself
On-Air with Ryan Seacrest 2004 TV Series Herself – Guest
The 76th Annual Academy Awards 2004 TV Special Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role & Co-Presenter: Best Documentary Feature
The 2004 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards 2004 TV Movie documentary Herself – Presenter: Best Male Lead
10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2004 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role / Nominee: Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2004 TV Movie documentary Herself
Richard & Judy 2004 TV Series Herself – Guest
The View 2004 TV Series Herself – Guest
Tinseltown TV 2004 TV Series Herself
Inside the Actors Studio 2003 TV Series Herself – Guest
Nicole Kidman: An American Cinematheque Tribute 2003 TV Movie documentary Herself
Tussen de sterren 2003 TV Series documentary Herself
Rove Live 2003 TV Series Herself
The Ring: Cast and Filmmaker Interviews 2003 Video short Herself
The Ring: The Origin of Terror 2003 Video short Herself
VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards 2002 TV Special Herself
The 74th Annual Academy Awards 2002 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Best Live Action Short Film and Best Animated Short Film
+ de cinéma 2001-2002 TV Series documentary short Herself
The 59th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2002 TV Special documentary Herself – Presenter: Best Original Score
The Rosie O’Donnell Show 2002 TV Series Herself – Guest
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
Extra 2015-2016 TV Series Herself
Entertainment Tonight 2016 TV Series Herself
Live with Kelly and Michael 2016 TV Series Herself
Ok! TV 2015 TV Series Herself
Inside Edition 2015 TV Series documentary Herself
Zaum – Andare a parare 2011 TV Series documentary Betty / Diane Selwyn
Richard Roeper & the Movies 2010 TV Series Valerie Plame
E! True Hollywood Story 2007-2008 TV Series documentary Herself / Herself – Friend
Maquillando entre monstruos 2007 TV Movie documentary Herself / Ann Darrow
Portrait américain: David Lynch 2007 TV Movie documentary Herself
Home and Away: Weddings 2005 Video Julie Gibson (uncredited)
Corazón de… 2005 TV Series Herself
Home and Away: Romances 2005 Video Julie Gibson (uncredited)
Celebrities Uncensored 2004 TV Series Herself
Home and Away: The Official Summer Bay Special 1996 Video Julie Gibson (uncredited)


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