A Kelly Reilly

Jessica Kelly Siobhán Reilly, an English actress born on July 18, 1977, made her television debut in 1995 on the series The Biz.

She was born Jessica Kelly Siobhán Reilly on July 18, 1977, and is an English actress. She made her first TV appearance on The Biz in 1995. She has also starred on television in the British crime drama Above Suspicion (2009–2012), the American psychological medical drama Black Box (2014), the American anthology crime drama True Detective (2015), and the British historical fantasy drama Britannia (2018). She's been playing Beth Dutton opposite Kevin Costner on Yellowstone, a neo-Western drama, since 2018.

Reilly made his film debut in the British comedy Maybe Baby in the year 2000. She went on to have a supporting role in the romantic drama Pride & Prejudice (2005), a leading role in the horror thriller film Eden Lake (2008), the role of Mary Morstan in Sherlock Holmes (2009) and its 2011 sequel Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, a leading role in Flight with Denzel Washington (2012) and this year's suspense film 10x10, starring Luke Evans.

The Donmar Warehouse production of After Miss Julie (2003–2004) earned her a Laurence Olivier Award nomination.

Early life [ edit ]

Reilly, the daughter of a hospital receptionist and a police officer, was born and raised in the Chessington area. For her GCSEs, she decided to major in drama at Tolworth_Girls'_School" target="_blank">Tolworth Girls' School. Her Irish ancestors hail from generations past [3, 4]. [5]

Career [ edit ]

After sending a letter to the Prime Suspect production team requesting work, Reilly auditioned for an episode of Prime Suspect 4: Inner Circle on 7 May 1995, six months after it first aired on ITV. A young, disturbed wife, Kathleen Le Saux, was the focus of her 1996 episode of the Carlton UK Television period drama series "Bramwell." She made her film debut alongside Helen Mirren six years later, in Last Orders. [6]

A number of roles on the English stage followed her first professional one. Four films, including Elton John's Glasses (1997), The London Cuckoos (1998), The Graduate (2000), and Piano/Forte (2006), featured her collaboration with director Terry Johnson. According to Johnson, "Kelly is possibly the most natural, dyed-in-the-wool, deep-in-the-bone actress I've ever worked with," and he dedicated the play Piano/Forte to her. When asked who influenced her the most as an actor, Reilly said it was Karel Reisz, who directed her in The Yalta Game in 2001 in Dublin. When asked about him, she proclaimed, "He was my masterclass." Not having experience with that play made it impossible for me to take on Miss Julie. "[8]

It was 2000 when Reilly realized she was being pigeonholed into comedic roles and actively pursued the part of young Amy in Fred Schepisi's Last Orders. This was followed by a part in the 2001 revival of Sarah Kane's Blasted at London's Royal Court. In a review, the Times referred to her as "theatrical Viagra." [9] In the French comedy L'Auberge espagnole (The Spanish Apartment), released in 2002, Reilly played Wendy, an English Erasmus student, opposite Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris. She returned to her role in the sequels Les Poupées russes (2005) and Casse-tête chinois (2013). 2005 also saw Reilly appear in films like Mrs. Henderson Presents and Pride & Prejudice.

In 2008, Reilly had her breakout role in the horror film Eden Lake, and in 2009, she starred in a major television drama for British audiences called Above Suspicion. In addition to his role as Sherlock Holmes, Reilly has had significant roles in the films Triage and Me and Orson Welles.

In 2011, Reilly appeared in Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, in which she once again portrayed Mary Watson. Reilly co-starred with Sam Rockwell in A Single Shot (2012) and also starred opposite Denzel Washington in Robert Zemeckis's Flight (2012). Heaven is for Real, co-starring Greg Kinnear, and Calvary, directed by John Michael McDonagh, both premiered in 2014, and Reilly played a major role in both. In the same year, Reilly starred as neuroscientist Catherine Black on the short-lived ABC series Black Box. Black was portrayed by Reilly, who played down her own bipolar disorder in the role.

Reilly portrayed Jordan Semyon, Vince Vaughn's on-screen wife in True Detective Season 2 in 2015. At the American Airlines Theatre that same year, Reilly made her Broadway debut as one of the female leads in Harold Pinter's play Old Times, starring alongside Clive Owen and Eve Best. [10][11] She appeared in Bastille Day as a supporting character in 2016.

In the 2017 Sky TV series Britannia, Reilly played the role of the Celtic Queen Kerra who stood up to the Roman invasion of Britain.

Kelly plays the main female protagonist in the U. S Drama series Yellowstone premiered on June 20th, 2018 on the Paramount Network. Beth Dutton, played by Reilly, is Kevin Costner's character John Dutton's daughter. Both Reilly and Costner's characters are at odds with various outsiders who covet the Dutton family's land. [12]

Praise and nominations [ edit ]

She became a household name in London thanks to her performance in After Miss Julie at the Donmar Warehouse, which garnered her a nomination for the 2003 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actress. She was the youngest candidate for that award, at age 26. After playing Wendy in Russian Dolls (Les Poupées Russes) in 2005, she was awarded the Cannes Film Festival's Best Newcomer prize. Reilly's performance in the British comedy film Mrs. Henderson Presents earned her the 2006 Empire Award for Best Newcomer. In 2009, she was nominated for an Olivier Award for her performance as Desdemona in a critically acclaimed production of Othello at London's Donmar Warehouse. In 2010, Reilly's performance in Eden Lake earned her a nomination for Best Actress at the British Independent Film Awards. In 2012, she played Nicole in Flight, for which she received the Spotlight Award at the Hollywood Film Festival.

Discreet Matters [ edit ]

Between 2007 and 2009, Reilly was engaged to actor Jonah Lotan. Reilly tied the knot with the financier Kyle Baugher in 2012 [13]. [14]

Filmography [ edit ]

Film [ edit ]

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Television [ edit ]

Recognitions and Nominations [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ a b c d Fox, Chloe (2007-10-20). Telegraph (London), "Kelly Reilly: from the heart." Accessed on October 3, 2009
  2. ^ Kelly Reilly's Top 10 Facts // Top Facts, originally published December 21, 2021 I've Got It Back!, Retrieval Saturday, September 6 2021
  3. ^ Daily Telegraph Interview, "Kelly Reilly From The Heart," Date Obtained: July 13, 2013
  4. ^ Above Suspicion, which airs on ITV and stars Kelly Reilly. We are now in Nottingham on December 29th, 2008. The 13th of July, 2013, for your viewing pleasure.
  5. ^ The Scotsman, undated, "The life of Reilly" Article retrieved on July 13, 2013
  6. ^ a b The Definitive Guide to the Internet by Stephen Applebaum (2002) Kelly Reilly Netribution Has an Interview Date Obtained: October 3, 2009
  7. ^ The Guardian, 21 September 2006, review of Piano/Forte
  8. ^ The author, Kate Kellaway, said it best on September 3, 2006. There are no guarantees, only good and bad days. The Watcher Retrieved 11 May 2008
  9. ^ On January 5, 2009, Kate Whiting wrote: Chester Chronicle, "Kelly Reilly Stars in Above Suspicion," Date Obtained: October 3, 2009
  10. ^ When Things Were Much Simpler roundabouttheatre org 13 July 2016 Archive.org date=13 July 2016
  11. ^ Tamsen Fadal and Kim Pestalozzi. 8 October 2015. "Behind the Scenes on Broadway: Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly Star in Eve Best's Old Times" pix11 com
  12. ^ "'Yellowstone': Kelly Reilly's Shattering Take on the Unbreakable Beth Dutton"Review of "Yellowstone," or Kelly Reilly's "Shattering Take on the Unbreakable Beth Dutton." Style Magazine 27 June 2022 Retrieved November 10th 2022
  13. ^ Doron Halutz (2013-11-13) A Fun Time Had by All Haaretz Retrieved 25 January 2020
  14. ^ It was written by Nancy Tracy on November 19th, 2012. "Five Facts About the 'Flight' Star Kelly Reilly" omg! Yahoo! Website originally posted on November 24, 2012 Retrieved 2 January 2013
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