Anyone Taylor-Joy

Known professionally as Anya-Josephine Marie Taylor-Joy (ANN-y;[1] born April 16, 1996), Taylor-Joy is an award-winning actress. Among her many honors are the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Actress Anya-Josephine Marie Taylor-Joy (-y;[1] born April 16, 1996). She has won a Golden Globe, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy, among other honors. She was one of Time's 100 Most Influential People in 2021.

Taylor-Joy, who was born in Miami and raised in Buenos Aires and London, decided to become an actress at the age of 16 and dropped out of high school. Following a few guest appearances on television, she made her film debut in the lead role of The Witch (2015), and she has since gone on to star in the horror films Split (2016) and Glass (2019), as well as the black comedy Thoroughbreds (2017). On the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, she took home the Trophée Chopard.

Taylor-Joy was nominated for a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Emma_Woodhouse" target="_blank">Emma Woodhouse in the 2020 period drama Emma, and she appeared in seasons five and six of the television crime drama Peaky Blinders (2019-2022). Also in 2020, she won a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild Award for her portrayal of chess prodigy Beth Harmon in the Netflix miniseries The Queen's Gambit. Since then, Taylor-Joy has starred in the movies Last Night in Soho (2021), The Northman (2022), and The Menu (2022), with the latter film earning her a second Golden Globe nomination.

Early life [ edit ]

Taylor-Joy's parents, Dennis Alan Taylor[4], a former banker, and Jennifer Marina Joy, a psychologist, welcomed their first child on April 16, 1996, in Miami, Florida. While her parents were on vacation in Miami when she was born, she is still an American citizen thanks to the jus soli nationality law. [5] Her father was born in Argentina to a British father and an Anglo-Argentine mother of English and Scottish ancestry. Her mother's parents were both diplomats; her English father, David Joy, and her Spanish mother, from Barcelona, gave birth to her in Zambia. She is the youngest of six siblings, and only two of her parents' children came from their first marriage. [10]

Taylor-Joy and her family moved from Buenos Aires, where she attended Northlands School, to the Victoria district of London when she was six years old. Both the Spanish and the English languages are natural to her [8, 11]. Taylor-Joy found the relocation to be "traumatic," so she has been unable to learn English in the hopes of returning to Argentina (see [8][10][12]). She acted in plays while a student at Hill House International Junior School and Queen's Gate School ([13]). She dropped out at 16 due to harassment from classmates, as she reflected:

It was very verdant in Argentina, and there were animals and horses everywhere. A big city appeared out of nowhere, and I found myself there without the ability to communicate. To be honest, I never felt like I belonged anywhere. I didn't feel quite at home in any culture, being neither English nor Argentine nor American. No matter what I said or did, the kids couldn't grasp what I was saying. Frequently, I would find myself trapped in lockers. Many of my school days were spent sobbing in the locker room. [8]

Taylor-Joy began her training in dance at a young age, focusing on ballet until she was 15 years old. While out walking her dog in Knightsbridge, London, at the age of 17, she was discovered by Storm Management's founder, Sarah Doukas. On the condition that acting was her "passion and pursuit," she signed with the agency. After almost turning down a modeling job promoting the TV show Downton Abbey because she was studying for her GCSEs, Taylor-Joy caught the attention of Downton Abbey actor Allen Leech while running errands for the crew and reciting the Seamus Heaney poem "Digging" in preparation for a screentest. He eventually set her up with his acting agent, and she signed with him. [16]

Career [ edit ]

Initial efforts and major advances (2013-2019) [ edit ]

Taylor-Joy's first acting role, a background "Feeder Girl" in the 2014 fantasy comedy-horror film Vampire Academy, was cut from the final cut and she was not given any credit for her work. She first appeared on television in an episode of the detective drama Endeavour as Philippa Collins-Davidson, and then in a multi-episode arc of the fantasy-adventure drama Atlantis in 2015. [17][18] A period horror film about a Puritan family who encounters evil in the woods beyond their New England farm, The Witch (directed by Robert Eggers) was her breakout role. Taylor-Joy's performance was singled out for praise when it premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. The New Yorker's Anthony Lane praised Taylor-Joy, saying, "Taylor-Joy is remarkable in the role, her wide-eyed innocence entwined with a thread of cunning—proof either of her quick wits, scarcely unusual in a clever and curious girl, or of some fell purpose." She won the Gotham Independent Film Award for Breakthrough Actor and the Empire Award for Best Female Newcomer, and the film was a commercial success. [23][24]

Taylor-Joy portrayed the title role of Morgan in Luke Scott's science fiction horror film the following year. But John Serba of Booth Michigan said, "Taylor-Joy disarms us with a performance that keenly teeters between little-girl innocent and dead-eyed viciousness," despite the film's poor reception and box office performance. "[25] She then starred in Barry, a drama film about a young Barack Obama's first year at Columbia University in 1981, which had its world premiere at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. [26] That same year, Storm Management licensed Taylor-Joy's likeness to portray Valkyrie Cain on the tenth anniversary edition of Skulduggery Pleasant's cover, as well as the seventh, eighth, ninth, and fourteenth installments in the series. a long time before she showed up in the video for Skrillex's "Red Lips" remix of GTA, [27]

As a teen abducted by a man with multiple personalities (McAvoy), she played Casey Cooke opposite James McAvoy in M. Night Shyamalan's 2016 film Split. Bringing in $278 5 million on a 9 million dollar budget Following that, she appeared in Cory Finley's debut feature film as director, Thoroughbreds [28][29]. Both Olivia Cooke and Anton Yelchin (in his final film role) starred in it. Taylor-Joy's character, Lily, was a high school student who plotted to have a drug dealer kill her stepfather. Her performance was praised by critic David Ehrlich of IndieWire after its premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Taylor-Joy was praised for bringing "a shy, appealing warmth" to an inconsistent character in Sergio G. Sánchez's horror mystery Marrowbone, which was her third release of 2017. Following her win at the Cannes Film Festival, Taylor-Joy was nominated for the BAFTA Rising Star Award[31] and received the Trophée Chopard. In the BBC One period drama miniseries The Miniaturist, based on Jessie Burton's novel of the same name, she played the role of Petronella Oortman in December 2017. [34]

Taylor-Joy appeared alongside James McAvoy, Samuel L. Jackson, and Sarah Paulson in the 2019 psychological superhero film Glass. The film served as the conclusion to the Unbreakable film trilogy. In contrast to its predecessor, it was a financial success, grossing $247 million worldwide,[35] but was met with mixed reviews. Later that year, [36] she was in the documentary Love, Antosha, about the life and career of her late co-star Anton Yelchin, and she was in the music video for Hozier's song "Dinner & Diatribes." Playmobil: The Movie (an animated musical adventure film) and Radioactive (a biographical drama film) (both released in 2019) were commercial flops for her. [37][38] She also provided her voice for Brea in The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, an animated fantasy series available on Netflix. Last but not least, she starred as Gina Gray in the first season of the BBC One crime drama Peaky Blinders. [41]

Gradual ascent to prominence (beginning in 2020) [ edit ]

Taylor-Joy played Emma_Woodhouse" target="_blank">Emma Woodhouse in the 2020 film adaptation of Jane Austen's novel of the same name, titled Emma and directed by Autumn de Wilde. Peter Travers, writing for Rolling Stone, thought Taylor-Joy was "incandescent" in the film. In the superhero horror film The New Mutants, Taylor-Joy played the role of Illyana Rasputin/Magik, a Russian mutant and sorceress. Its initial release date was set for April 2018, but after several delays, it didn't come out until 2020. [43]

In the Netflix miniseries The Queen's Gambit, Taylor-Joy played the role of Beth Harmon, an orphaned chess prodigy who rose to the top of her game despite battling addiction. Critical acclaim was abundant for both the show and her performance [44]. [45] Netflix stated that after 28 days of release, 62 million households had watched the show,[46] making it the "biggest scripted limited series to date" for the streaming service. Taylor-Joy's performance was described by Darren Franich of Entertainment Weekly as "darkly fascinating," and he went on to say that the actress "excels in the quiet moments, [with] her eyelids narrowing as she decimates an opponent and [her] whole body physicalizing angry desperation when the game turns against her." Her "flinty glare threatens to cut right through it" when she looks directly into the camera, as Caroline Framke of Variety put it. "[49] Taylor-Joy won a Golden Globe, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Critics' Choice Television Award for her performance. [50]

Her next film appearance was in Eoin Macken's Here Are the Young Men (2020), a drama based on Rob Doyle's novel of the same name. She had a starring role in Edgar Wright's 2021 psychological horror film Last Night in Soho. Taylor-Joy sang a cover of "Downtown" by Petula Clark in the film; to promote the movie's release, a music video featuring her out of character was released, with her singing the song in a recording studio. [54]

As The Northman, "a Viking revenge saga set in Iceland at the turn of the 10th century," premieres in 2022, Taylor-Joy will once again reunite with director Robert Eggers in the lead role. The film opened to rave reviews and strong box office performance [55]. She appeared briefly in the ensemble period comedy Amsterdam, directed by David O. Russell, but the film was panned by critics and bombed at the box office. Taylor-Joy starred alongside Nicholas Hoult and Ralph Fiennes in Mark Mylod's The Menu, which was released the following month. [58][59] Her performance in the film was praised upon its release, and she received yet another Golden Globe nomination for her efforts. [61]

For her next role, Taylor-Joy will play Furiosa in George Miller's prequel to Mad Max: Fury Road, titled Furiosa. She will also lend her voice to the role of Princess Peach in The Super Mario Bros. Movie [62]. [63]

Public perception as portrayed in the media [ edit ]

Taylor-Joy was included in both W magazine's 2017 and The Hollywood Reporter's 2016 lists of Hollywood's Rising Stars 35 and Under. [64][65] She was included in this year's Forbes 30 Under 30 list, which honors "the world's most promising young leaders, doers, and shakers," as one of "the brightest young entrepreneurs, innovators, and game changers." She was hailed as 2020's "Breakthrough Entertainer" by the AP and "Breakout Star of 2020" by the New York Post. Time magazine featured Taylor-Joy as one of the 100 Next "emerging leaders who are shaping the future" in 2021, with a tribute piece written by Garry Kasparov, a former world chess champion. [68]

Brands such as Viktor & Rolf, Tiffany & Co., Dior, and Jaeger-LeCoultre have all used her as a spokesperson. [72]

Filmography [ edit ]

Film [ edit ]

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Television [ edit ]

Videos of songs [ edit ]

Prizes and nominations [ edit ]

Taylor-Joy has received several accolades, including winning the Empire Award for Best Newcomer and being nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor in 2016,[82][83] a nomination for the BAFTA Rising Star Award and winning the Trophée Chopard in 2017,[84][85] and winning the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film,[86] the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Movie/Miniseries and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie or Miniseries[87] in 2021

Notes [ edit ]

  1. ^ a b Born in Miami to an Argentine-British father and a British-Spanish mother, Taylor-Joy holds dual citizenship in the United Kingdom and the United States. Her citizenship status in Argentina is unclear, with some saying she is a permanent resident but not a citizen. [2][3]

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