Tilda Swinton Net Worth

We sure love our actresses. Tilda Swinton is no exception. As an Actress, Model from London, United Kingdom. Born on November 5, 1960 into the family of John Swinton of Kimmerghame, Judith Balfour Mother Alexander Harold Swinton, William Henry Swinton, James Christopher Swinton, this British woman is famous for her many roles on large and small movies as well as TV. Standing at 5 ft 10 in (1.7 m), Tilda Swinton studied and graduated from Murray Edwards College, The New School at West Heath, Fettes College, University of Cambridge. The actress’ family is comprised of her spouse William King-Noel, 1st Earl of Lovelace, kids Xavier Byrne, Honor Byrne. As most of famous actresses, Tilda Swinton 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 $10 Million.

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Tilda attended Queen’s Gate School in London, then the West Heath Girls’ School. Afterwards, she attended Fettes for a short period, and eventually went to New Hall (Murray Edwards College) – part of the University of Cambridge, graduating in 1983 with a degree in Social and Political Science. During her time there, she also started performing in various productions.

The following year, Swinton joined the Royal Shakespeare Company, with one of her first notable roles in “Measure for Measure”. She also worked with the Traverse Theatre, and one of her first TV appearances was in the 1986 mini-series “Zastrozzi: A Romance”. She also appeared in her first film in the same year, entitled “Caravaggio”, and her performance would lead her to more Derek Jarman films, such as “War Requiem” and “Edward II”, which won her a Volpi Cup during the 1991 Venice Festival. Her next popular role was in “Orlando” which is based on the novel by Virginia Woolf, one of the first roles in which she showcased her androgynous style. Eventually, she started moving towards mainstream films, getting a leading role in the 2001 film “The Deep End”, and being nominated for a Golden Globe Award for her performance. She then appeared in “The Beach” alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, and “Vanilla Sky” with Tom Cruise. In 2005, she was cast as the archangel Gabriel in the film “Constantine” starring Keanu Reeves, and the same year appeared in one of her most popular roles in “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”, performing as White Witch Jadis, a role which would help further her net worth; she would later make cameo appearances in the “Narnia” sequels.

In 2007, Tilda was cast in “Michael Clayton”, and would win BAFTA and Academy Awards for her performance. The following year she appeared in “Burn After Reading” opposite George Clooney, before being cast in “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” with Brad Pitt. In 2012, she was cast in “Only Lovers Left Alive” alongside Tom Hiddleston, then starred in “A Bigger Splash”, and one of her latest projects is Marvel’s “Doctor Strange”, both released in 2015.

Aside from acting, Swinton is known for being a fashion icon and has been named as one of the best-dressed women over 50 by The Guardian. She’s also served as a jury member for various film festivals, as well as participating in art events.

For her personal life, it is known that Tilda had two children with former partner John Byrne. She now resides in Nairn, Scotland, and has been in a relationship with painter Sandro Kopp since 2004.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Tilda Swinton
  • Net Worth: $10 Million
  • Date Of Birth: November 5, 1960
  • Died: November 27, 1852, Marylebone, United Kingdom
  • Place Of Birth: London, United Kingdom
  • Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.7 m)
  • Profession: Actress, Model
  • Education: Murray Edwards College, The New School at West Heath, Fettes College, University of Cambridge
  • Nationality: British
  • Spouse: William King-Noel, 1st Earl of Lovelace
  • Children: Xavier Byrne, Honor Byrne
  • Parents: John Swinton of Kimmerghame, Judith Balfour Mother
  • Siblings: Alexander Harold Swinton, William Henry Swinton, James Christopher Swinton
  • Partner: Sandro Kopp (2004–)
  • Nicknames: Katherine Matilda Swinton , Swilda , Tilda , Katherine Mathilda “Tilda” Swinton
  • IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0842770/
  • Awards: Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, European Film Award for Best Actress, Volpi Cup for Best Actress, BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Special Teddy Award, Gotham Independent Film Tribute Award, British Independent Film Award – The Richard Harris Award, David di …
  • Nominations: Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Drama, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble, Screen Actors Guild Award fo…
  • Movies: Doctor Strange, A Bigger Splash, Only Lovers Left Alive, Snowpiercer, I Am Love, We Need to Talk About Kevin, Trainwreck, Michael Clayton, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Constantine, Hail, Caesar!, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Moonrise Kingdom, Young Adam, The Deep End, Burn After Reading, The Ch…
  • TV Shows: Zastrozzi: A Romance, Galápagos, Your Cheatin’ Heart


  • [on her character in A Bigger Splash (2015)] At a moment in my own life when I was all out of words [the death of her mother], I proposed the idea of this woman unable to speak into the established story of ancient histories and new lives thrown into relief by one another. Not only as a twist to ramp up the tensions between the characters, but also as a way of exploring the possibilities of silence in a portrait of a character surrounded by the noise of others and the legacy of the noise she had herself made in the past.
  • [on not considering herself an actor] I don’t know what it would take for me to feel like one. I understand it’s a strange thing to say because I do keep saying, ‘Yes, I’ll dress up and be in your film.’ But when I hear proper actors talking about their lives and how they approach their work, I feel like I’m up another tree.
  • When people ask about how I approach a character – well, I wouldn’t know how to approach a character if I tried. People will ask about choosing a role; I don’t choose roles. People will talk to me about preparation. Aside from putting together a disguise, I’m not aware of any preparation at all.
  • [on not taking her personal nor her professional life too seriously] I’m playful at heart. And myth-making is always fun.
  • [on what cinema means to her as an art form] My guides in this inquiry are my children who are now 16 — they’re twins. They’re like lab rats really, they’re very grateful. When I first started thinking about cinema for them, I started to really examine my own desires about cinema for myself… It was really to do with the children and seeing their eyes opening. And I started thinking about why cinema is good for the soul, and what it gives us. In a nutshell, what it is for me is this amazingly humane opportunity to put yourselves in the shoes of someone else. It’s no more complicated and no less powerful than that. You go in, it all goes dark, and you put yourself in someone else’s shoes and see through their eyes. That’s just mega, it’s so powerful. Even a painter, who can do it, only can do less. A painter at one time is showing you one frame, but a filmmaker can take you into an experience and an existential atmosphere that may be a trip for you. It’s like a magic carpet. This is how I feel about cinema.
  • [asked about some actress performances that inspired her] One’s always downloading one’s heroes, I suppose, all the time. We’re not referencing any particular, current pieces of work. I remember being asked whether I thought about Gena Rowlands for Julia (2008) and thinking ‘well, I think about Gena Rowlands all the time!’ Not just for Julia. Of course, we thought about [John] Cassavetes a lot for Julia. For this film [Io sono l’amore (2009)] we thought about Catherine Deneuve in Belle de Jour (1967). I thought about -and again, I always think about- Delphine Seyrig in Last Year at Marienbad. But again, it’s not just sampling these performances, but being inspired by them all the time. I could say that I’m just as inspired by Delphine Seyrig when I’m making Julia as when I [am] doing I Am Love. Who else? Let me think…Carole Lombard in To Be or Not to Be (1942). Those are the people that kind of spring to my mind. So does Ingrid Bergman.
  • [on meeting Delphine Seyrig] She was so beautiful, but that wasn’t the most important thing about her. She knew she was beautiful, and she’d stare at you as if to say, ‘alright, have a look,’ but then she drew you in much, much deeper.
  • [on Delphine Seyrig] The most important thing to strive for is to never look like an actress. Just always look like a person. And that’s exactly what Delphine achieved.
  • [on We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011)] I call this the feel-good film of the year, because parents will leave the cinema going, ‘There but for the grace of God go I’. And people who don’t have children will leave the cinema going, ‘There but for the grace of God go I!. So it’s a win-win situation, I reckon.
  • It’s a real comfort zone for me to feel alien.
  • When we were trying to finance We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011), we would reference Rosemary’s Baby (1968). It’s every pregnant woman’s nightmare to give birth to the devil. And every mother worries that she won’t connect with her children. When I had my children, my manager asked me what project I wanted to work on next. I said, “Something Greek, perhaps Medea.” Nobody quite understood what I meant, what I was feeling.
  • I don’t think I’m courageous. One man’s courage is another man’s comfort zone. We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011) explored a taboo subject: the idea of a less than perfect mother. I knew that, when an audience watched the film, there would be a gag reflex at some point. But I was fascinated by the subject – it scared me, and that interested me.
  • I’m not one of those performers who says the theatre is my great love. It really isn’t. I’m not really interested in the theatre at all to be honest. I don’t go to it. I find it really boring.
  • [on how she believes Derek Jarman would have reacted to her winning an Oscar] I think he would have laughed and laughed and laughed and laughed and laughed… And then, he would ask me for the thing to melt it down into an artwork.
  • I really just had a reverse Zoolander (2001) moment when I think I heard someone else’s name and suddenly slowly heard my own. I’m still recovering from that moment, and I have absolutely no idea what happened after that. So, you know, you can tell me my dress fell off and I’d believe you, so don’t be cruel. – on winning the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award.
  • [on the Oscar statuette] I have an American agent who is the spitting image of this. Really truly, the same shape head and, it has to be said, the buttocks.
  • I am a soldier. I live a soldier’s life when I’m working. That’s how it feels to me, except I’ve got a slightly greater chance of survival.
  • I don’t love the theatre. I’m just not one of them.
  • In order for the story to move forward, the character has to do certain things. You don’t have to be anything but interested in telling the story.
  • I think I enjoy my work now even more simply because it’s even easier than it was. It sounds sacrilegious to say that anything’s a delight when you’re away from your children, but the truth is that it is refreshing to only have yourself to dress in the morning, and to lie diagonally across the bed. Making films, going round the world on tourall these crazy things that were so difficult before are so mucheasier than breastfeeding twins for 14 months that frankly it is a delight.
  • You’re always playing yourself. It’s all autobiography, whatever you’re doing. It’s using them as a kind of prism through which to throw something real about yourself, or something relaxed at least. Because the last thing you want is to look like you’re acting.
  • I sometimes think I was always left-wing. I know that sounds completely crazy, but I do know that I asked questions when I was about four, and I remember noticing that I wasn’t getting an answer, and I remember it annoying me. Like why when we went to church on Sunday were we sitting upstairs and the people we’d been playing with the day before were sitting downstairs. And I noticed that my brothers were not asking these questions. I was aware that I was being embarrassing.
  • There’s such an effort to try and explain people.
  • I don’t work the future – I don’t want to know what’s coming. I don’t feel I need any guarantees.
  • True, there is all sorts of religious extremism all over the place, but the reason for this partly has to do with the fascist attitudes and language of absolutism coming from Washington. It’s challenging for people outside of America that Bush was re-elected. It means we’re all going to have to work a lot harder to understand what so many more Americans than we thought really want. It’s an identity shift in our minds about America and maybe for many Americans as well.
  • There is something insane about a lack of doubt. Doubt, to me anyway, is what makes you human, and without doubt even the righteous lose their grip not only on reality but also on their humanity.
  • I’m basically interested in identity, and I still find fascinating the question, “How do we identify ourselves, and how do we settle into other people’s expectations for our identity?”
  • The other day, I was going through the airport security and I was searched by a male security guard. I’m very often referred to as “Sir” in elevators and such. I think it has to do with being this tall and not wearing much lipstick. I think people just can’t imagine I’d be a woman if I look like this.


  • She has twice played characters who were males in the original comic book: Gabriel in Constantine (2005) and The Ancient One in Doctor Strange (2016).
  • Member of the ‘Cinéfondation and Short Films’ jury at the 55th Cannes International Film Festival in 2002.
  • Has worked with director Luca Guadagnino in four productions: The Protagonists (1999), Tilda Swinton: The Love Factory (2002), Io sono l’amore (2009) and A Bigger Splash (2015). Together they also created the concept of the short film Here (2012).
  • Learned how to speak Italian and Russian for Io sono l’amore (2009).
  • Appeared on the cover of the Autumm/Winter 2015 issue of AnOther Magazine, but not as herself, instead she appeared as her character in A Bigger Splash (2015), Marianne Lane. In a work of fiction co-authored by Swinton, Glenn O’Brien, Luca Guadagnino and David Kajganich, Marianne Lane gave an interview for the magazine based around events in the film.
  • Initially, she didn’t want to do A Bigger Splash (2015). Not this movie nor others, due to the recent death of her mother, she ended up changing her mind and at a moment in her own life when she was all out of words, she proposed the idea of this woman unable to speak.
  • Has appeared in three movies with Ralph Fiennes: The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014), A Bigger Splash (2015) and Hail, Caesar! (2016).
  • Is good friends with comedienne Amy Schumer.
  • She was the first non-director to be have a Film Benefit Gala held in her honor at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The event took place on her 53rd birthday, November 5th, 2013 and was hosted by Karl Lagerfeld, Wes Anderson and David Bowie.
  • Was offered to play Prof. Sybil Trelawney on Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004), but role went to Emma Thompson.
  • Was the 131st actress to receive an Academy Award; she won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for Michael Clayton (2007) at The 80th Annual Academy Awards (2008) on February 24, 2008.
  • Moscow, Russia: Risked arrest waving a rainbow flag in front of the Kremlin in violation of Russia’s new homosexual propaganda bill, and posting it widely in social media. [July 2013]
  • She stated her interest in appearing in a movie directed by Alain Resnais.
  • Swinton, Leonardo DiCaprio, Marion Cotillard, Emma Thompson, Tom Hanks, Daniel Brühl and Jake Gyllenhaal are the only actors to receive a Golden Globe, SAG, BAFTA and Critics’ Choice Award nomination for the same performance and then fail to be Oscar-nominated for it: for their performances in We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011), The Departed (2006), Rust and Bone (2012), Saving Mr. Banks (2013), Captain Phillips (2013), Rush (2013) and Nightcrawler (2014), respectively.
  • Her favorite films are School of Rock (2003), Au Hasard Balthazar (1966), Brüno (2009), ‘I Know Where I’m Going!’ (1945), Let the Right One In (2008), and Kiseye Berendj (1998).
  • She was heavily pregnant with her twins during filming Love Is the Devil: Study for a Portrait of Francis Bacon (1998). She had to be filmed from the waist up.
  • Head of the ‘Official Competition’ jury at the 59th Berlin International Film Festival in 2009.
  • Performed live with Patti Smith on four nights of the 2005 London Meltdown Festival reading texts by Susan Sontag, Bertolt Brecht, William Blake and William S. Burroughs.
  • Contributed vocals on four tracks of the album ‘The Bachelor’ by glam-goth-folk singer/songwriter Patrick Wolf.
  • Received a 90-minute tribute at the 2008 AFI (American Film Institute) Festival.
  • Funded and held her own very successful Film Festival in her small Scottish highland home-town: The Ballerina Ballroom Cinema of Dreams. A purely cinephile, glamour-free community event. For eight and a half days in August 2008, she personally introduced and showed an eclectic mix of classics and rare films from around the world. The admission price was 3 pounds for adults, 2 pounds for children or a plate of home-baked cakes.
  • In the top ten of the 2008 International Best-Dressed List.
  • In her acceptance speech, she said she would give the Oscar she won for Michael Clayton (2007) to her agent Brian Swardstrom.
  • She has Scottish, English, and Northern Irish ancestry. She can trace some of her ancestry back 35 generations, to the ninth century. Her father, Major-General Sir John Swinton, is the former head of The Queen’s Household Division and Lord-Lieutenant of Berwickshire.
  • Delivered the seminal State of Cinema Address in 2006 at the San Francisco International Film Festival, discussing the relationship of dreams, inarticulacy and film.
  • Was declared one of the ten best dressed women in the world by Vanity Fair in 2007.
  • Gave birth to twins, a daughter named Honor Byrne and a son named Xavier Byrne, in November 1997.
  • Reached great artistic acclaim through her art installation/performance piece “The Maybe”, for which she lay sleeping in a glass case on public display for a week, once at the Sepentine Gallery in London and once at the Museo Barracco in Rome. The piece is often erroneously credited to artist Cornelia Parker, whom Swinton invited to collaborate for the installation in London (1995).
  • Member of the ‘Dramatic’ jury at the Sundance Film Festival in 2003.
  • Member of the ‘Official Competition’ jury at the 55th Venice International Film Festival in 1998.
  • On her days off from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005), she could be seen on-set, offering encouragement to her young co-stars.
  • Spent two years in South Africa and Kenya as a voluntary worker in children’s schools, before studying at Cambridge.
  • Lived in Germany when she was a child because her father was posted there.
  • Since 2004, she has been in a relationship with Sandro Kopp, a painter from New Zealand.
  • Attended West Heath Girls’ School, with Princess Diana as one of her classmates, and later Fettes College.
  • Member of the ‘Official Competition’ jury at the 38th Berlin International Film Festival in 1988.
  • Member of the ‘Official Competition’ jury at the 57th Cannes International Film Festival in 2004.
  • While at Cambridge University, she appeared in student productions of plays such as “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “The Duchess of Malfi” and “The Comedy of Errors”.
  • The father of her children, John Byrne, is a Scottish artist and writer.
  • Does not always play women; she has played Mozart on stage, an Elizabethan nobleman in Orlando (1992) and an androgynous angel, Gabriel, in Constantine (2005).
  • Her family is one of the oldest in Scotland.
  • Functioned as the muse and mascot of Dutch fashion designers Viktor and Rolf, who made an entire collection inspired by her (2003).
  • Daughter of Major-General Sir John Swinton, whose ancestral home has been within the family since the 9th century.
  • Has three brothers.
  • Mother is Australian.
  • Lives 16 miles east of Inverness in Nairn, Scotland, with her partner Sandro Kopp (an artist of some note) and her children, Xavier and Honor Byrne, whose father is Scottish painter and playwright John Byrne.


  • Often works with Derek Jarman
  • Androgynous beauty


Title Year Status Character
Isle of Dogs 2018 filming voice
Suspiria 2017 filming Madame Blanc
Okja 2017 post-production Nancy Mirando
War Machine 2017 post-production
Doctor Strange 2016 The Ancient One
Hail, Caesar! 2016 Thora Thacker
Thessaly Thacker
A Bigger Splash 2015 Marianne Lane
Trainwreck 2015 Dianna
The Grand Budapest Hotel 2014 Madame D.
Death for a Unicorn 2013 Short Narrator (voice)
The Zero Theorem 2013 Dr. Shrink-Rom
Snowpiercer 2013 Mason
Only Lovers Left Alive 2013 Eve
David Bowie: The Stars (Are Out Tonight) 2013 Video short
Getting On 2012 TV Series Elke
Moonrise Kingdom 2012 Social Services
We Need to Talk About Kevin 2011 Eva Khatchadourian
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader 2010 The White Witch
Io sono l’amore 2009 Emma Recchi
The Limits of Control 2009 The Blonde
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button 2008 Elizabeth Abbott
Burn After Reading 2008 Katie Cox
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian 2008 The White Witch
Julia 2008 Julia
Michael Clayton 2007 Karen Crowder
A londoni férfi 2007 Camélia
Faceless 2007 voice
Strange Culture 2007 Documentary Hope Kurtz
Sleepwalkers 2007 Short Violinist working as a Copy Clerk
Galápagos 2006 TV Mini-Series documentary Narrator
Stephanie Daley 2006 Lydie Crane
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe 2005 White Witch
The Somme 2005 TV Movie Narrator
Absent Presence 2005 Short Operator
Broken Flowers 2005 Penny
Constantine 2005 Video Game Gabriel (voice)
Constantine 2005 Gabriel
Thumbsucker 2005 Audrey Cobb
The Statement 2003 Annemarie Livi
Young Adam 2003 Ella Gault
Adaptation. 2002 Valerie Thomas
Teknolust 2002 Rosetta / Ruby / Marinne / …
Vanilla Sky 2001 Rebecca Dearborn
The Deep End 2001 Margaret Hall
Possible Worlds 2000 Joyce
The Beach 2000/I Sal
The Protagonists 1999 Actress
The War Zone 1999 Mum
Love Is the Devil: Study for a Portrait of Francis Bacon 1998 Muriel Belcher
Conceiving Ada 1997 Ada Augusta Byron King, Countess of Lovelace
Female Perversions 1996 Eve Stephens
Remembrance of Things Fast: True Stories Visual Lies 1994
Das offene Universum 1993 TV Movie Carla
Blue 1993 Narrator (voice)
Wittgenstein 1993 Lady Ottoline Morrell
Shakespeare: The Animated Tales 1992 TV Mini-Series Ophelia
Orlando 1992 Orlando
Man to Man 1992 Ella / Max Gerike
Screenplay 1992 TV Series Ella / Max Gericke
Edward II 1991 Isabella
The Party: Nature Morte 1991 Queenie
Your Cheatin’ Heart 1990 TV Mini-Series Cissie Crouch
The Garden 1990 Madonna
Play Me Something 1989 Hairdresser
War Requiem 1989 The Nurse
Das andere Ende der Welt 1988
Degrees of Blindness 1988 Short
L’ispirazione 1988 Short
Friendship’s Death 1987 Friendship
The Last of England 1987 The Maid
Aria 1987 Young Girl (segment “Depuis le jour”)
Egomania – Insel ohne Hoffnung 1986 Sally
Zastrozzi: A Romance 1986 TV Mini-Series Julia
Caravaggio 1986 Lena
Title Year Status Character
Okja 2017 co-producer post-production
Letters from Baghdad 2016 Documentary executive producer
The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger 2016 Documentary executive producer
Ways of Listening 2013 Documentary short executive producer
We Need to Talk About Kevin 2011 executive producer
Io sono l’amore 2009 producer
Derek 2008 Documentary executive producer
Stephanie Daley 2006 executive producer
Thumbsucker 2005 co-executive producer
Title Year Status Character
The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger 2016 Documentary
Ways of Listening 2013 Documentary short writer
Here 2012/I Short concept by
Derek 2008 Documentary written by
Title Year Status Character
A Bigger Splash 2015 performer: “Worried About You”, “Miss Manhattan”
Listen to Me Marlon 2015 Documentary performer: “The Trees”
The Protagonists 1999 “The Garden”, “The Protagonists”
Title Year Status Character
The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger 2016 Documentary segment “Harvest”
The New Ten Commandments 2008 Documentary
Music Department
Title Year Status Character
Melancholia 1989 musician
Title Year Status Character
Jubilee: A Time Less Golden 2003 Video documentary short special thanks
Full Tilt Boogie 1997 Documentary special thanks
Title Year Status Character
DP/30: Conversations About Movies 2007 TV Series Herself
Broken Flowers: Start to Finish 2006 Video documentary short Herself (uncredited)
Deep Water 2006 Documentary Narrator (voice)
The Chronicles of Narnia: Chronicles of a Director 2006 Video documentary Himself
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: Creating Creatures 2006 Video documentary Herself
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: Visualizing ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ 2006 Video documentary Herself
The Bloopers of Narnia 2006 Video short Herself / White Witch (uncredited)
Dusty Wright’s Culture CatchCulture Catch 2005 TV Series Herself
‘T4’ in Narnia 2005 TV Movie documentary Herself
Corazón de… 2005 TV Series Herself
On the Set: The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe 2005 TV Short documentary White Witch
Caiga quien caiga 2005 TV Series Herself
HBO First Look 2005 TV Series documentary Herself
Filmography 2005 TV Series documentary Herself
Derek Jarman: Life as Art 2004 Documentary Herself
Tilda Swinton: The Love Factory 2002 Documentary short The Love Factory
The 59th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2002 TV Special documentary Herself – Winner: Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama
Independent View 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
Anatomy of a Scene 2001 TV Series documentary Herself
The Dilapidated Dwelling 2000 Documentary Narrator (voice)
Visions of Heaven and Hell 1994 TV Movie documentary Narrator
The Media Show 1988-1991 TV Series Herself
Arena 1991 TV Series documentary Herself – Interviewee
Fruits of Fear 1990 Documentary short Herself
The Garden: Making of the Garden 1990 Video documentary short Herself
Cycling the Frame 1988 TV Short documentary The Cyclist
Letters from Generation Rx Documentary completed Narrator
Made in Hollywood 2014-2016 TV Series Herself
Good Morning America 2016 TV Series Herself – Guest
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2016 TV Series Herself
Letters from Baghdad 2016 Documentary Gertrude Bell (voice)
Special Look 2016 TV Series Herself
Celebrity Style Story 2016 TV Series Herself
Film ’72 2016 TV Series Herself – Interviewee
Días de cine 2009-2016 TV Series Herself – Interviewee
The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger 2016 Documentary Herself
B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West-Berlin 1979-1989 2015 Documentary Herself
Dreams Rewired 2015 Documentary Narrator (voice)
Variety Studio: Actors on Actors 2014 TV Series Herself
Hollywood Sessions 2014 TV Series Herself
24th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards 2014 TV Movie documentary Herself – Tributee
Antarctica 3D: On the Edge 2014 Documentary short Narrator
Travelling at Night with Jim Jarmusch 2014 Documentary Herself
Cinema 3 2009-2014 TV Series Herself – Interviewee
Reel Junkie 2014 TV Series Herself
Charlie Rose 2002-2014 TV Series Herself – Guest
Snowpiercer: Transperceneige, From the Blank Page to the Black Screen: A Documentary by Jésus Castro- 2014 Video documentary Herself
Late Night with Seth Meyers 2014 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Gospel According to St Derek 2014 Documentary short Herself
Ways of Listening 2013 Documentary short Herself
When Björk Met Attenborough 2013 TV Movie documentary Narrator
A Look Inside Moonrise Kingdom 2012 Video short Herself
Radioman 2012 Documentary Herself
18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2012 TV Special Herself
The Daily Show 2012 TV Series Herself – Guest
The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2012 TV Special Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 2012 TV Series Herself – Guest
17th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2012 TV Special Herself
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards Red Carpet 2012 TV Special Herself
The 2011 European Film Awards 2011 TV Special Herself – Winner European Actress
Women, War & Peace 2011 TV Series Herself – Narrator
Cinema is Everywhere 2011 Documentary Herself
The Fifth Abu Dhabi Film Festival Awards 2011 TV Special Herself
Genevieve Goes Boating 2011 Video short Herself (voice)
At the Movies 2009-2011 TV Series Herself
Ebert Presents: At the Movies 2011 TV Series Herself – ‘I Am Love’
The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2011 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Best Actress / Actor in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television
16th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2011 TV Movie documentary Herself
Making It in Hollywood 2011 Documentary Herself
14 Actors Acting 2010 Video short Herself
Behind Jim Jarmusch 2010 Documentary Herself
The Rotten Tomatoes Show 2010 TV Series Herself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2010 TV Series Herself – Guest
Tavis Smiley 2010 TV Series Herself – Guest
Moving Pictures Live! 2010 TV Series Herself
Climate of Change 2010 Documentary Narrator
Xposé 2010 TV Series Herself
Spur der Bären 2010 TV Movie documentary Herself
30 minuts 2010 TV Series documentary Herself
The Invisible Frame 2009 Documentary The Cyclist
Deutschland, deine Künstler 2009 TV Series documentary Herself
La nuit des Césars 2007-2009 TV Series documentary Herself
The 81st Annual Academy Awards 2009 TV Special Herself – Co-Presenter: Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Entertainment Tonight 2008 TV Series Herself
Requiem for Jarman 2008 Documentary short Herself
2008 Britannia Awards 2008 TV Special Herself
Kinotipp 2008 TV Series Herself
Late Show with David Letterman 2008 TV Series Herself – Guest
Independent Lens 2008 TV Series documentary Herself – Narrator
An Evening at the Academy Awards 2008 TV Special Herself
The 80th Annual Academy Awards 2008 TV Special Herself – Winner: Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Derek 2008 Documentary Narrator (voice)
Festival Updates 2008 TV Series Herself (2008)
Farmhouse: Jim Jarmusch at Work 2008 Documentary short Herself
Hitler’s Favourite Royal 2007 TV Movie documentary Herself – Narrator
Schau mir in die Augen, Kleiner 2007 Documentary Herself
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
Lorraine 2016 TV Series Herself
Días de cine 2014 TV Series Herself
Are All Men Pedophiles? 2013 Documentary Herself
Ebert Presents: At the Movies 2011 TV Series Herself – ‘I Am Love’
CBS News Sunday Morning 2008 TV Series documentary Herself
Kalkofes Mattscheibe 2008 TV Series Herself
Strictly Courtroom 2008 TV Movie documentary Karen Crowder (uncredited)
Bienvenue 2007 Documentary Herself
Manufacturing Dissent 2007 Documentary Herself – at 2004 Cannes Film Festival (uncredited)
Gomorron 2000 TV Series Herself
Arena 1994 TV Series documentary Herself


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