That cute girl, Lily Collins

British-American actress and model Lily Jane Collins was born on March 18, 1989. Her film credits include Stuck in Love (2012), The English Teacher (2013), and Love.

Lily Jane Collins (born March 18, 1989) is a British and American actress and model. She has appeared in a number of films, including Stuck in Love (2012), The English Teacher (2013), and Love, Rosie (2014), as well as the comedies Rules Don't Apply (2016) and To the Bone (2017). Her role as Emily Cooper in the Netflix series Emily in Paris began in 2020.

Collins, who was born in Guildford, Surrey but raised in Los Angeles, made his screen debut in the BBC sitcom Growing Pains when he was just two years old. Collins began acting and modeling on a regular basis in the late aughts, and her breakthrough role came in the 2009 sports drama The Blind Side, which was the third highest-grossing film of that year. She went on to appear in leading roles across feature films such as the sci-fi action-horror Priest (2011), the psychological action-thriller Abduction (2011), the fantasy Mirror Mirror (2012), the urban fantasy The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (2013), and the independent romantic comedies Stuck in Love (2012), The English Teacher (2013), and Love, Rosie (2014)

Collins was critically acclaimed for her roles as Marla Mabrey in the comedy Rules Don't Apply (2016), which earned her a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, and for her portrayal of a young adult with anorexia in the controversial Netflix drama To the Bone (2017) She has also achieved recognition for her work in biographical films: she starred as Liz Kendall in the Netflix drama Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (2019), as J.R.R. Tolkien's wife Edith in Tolkien (2019), and as Rita Alexander in Mank (2020), the latter of which was a critical success, earning 10 Academy Award nominations

Collins played Fantine in the 2018–2019 BBC miniseries adaptation of Les Misérables, and she plays Emily Cooper in the 2020 Netflix series Emily in Paris. She was nominated for a Golden Globe as best actress in a television series musical or comedy for the latter role. She first came to prominence with her 2017 book Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me, in which she revealed that she had battled mental health issues, including an eating disorder, since she was a teenager. [2]

Early life [ edit ]

Lily Jane Collins was born on March 18, 1989,[3] in Guildford, Surrey to English musician Phil Collins and his second wife, American businesswoman and former president of the Beverly Hills Women's Club Jill Tavelman. Her Canadian Jewish great-grandfather ran a successful men's clothing boutique in Beverly Hills, California. Collins has two younger half-brothers from her father's third marriage and is the half-sister of musicians Simon Collins and Joely Collins from her father's first marriage. Clive Collins, the cartoonist, was her uncle.

Collins and her mother relocated to Los Angeles after she was six years old, following her parents' 1996 divorce. She attended Harvard-Westlake School and the University of Southern California, where she earned a degree in broadcast journalism, respectively [9][10]. She made her debut at the Bal des débutantes in Paris in 2007 [11]. Collins revealed in her book Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me that she struggled with an eating disorder as a teenager. [13]

Career [ edit ]

From 2007 to 2012, a period of pioneering effort and discovery [ edit ]

An appearance by Collins at the 2012 TIFF

Collins made her acting debut in the BBC series Growing Pains when she was just two years old. In 2009, Collins made guest appearances on two episodes of the teen drama 90210, including the series finale. Collins's big break came later that year when she played Collins Tuohy, Sandra Bullock's character's daughter in the film The Blind Side. Over $250 million was made from ticket sales, making this the highest-grossing sports drama in history [14]. [17]

In the 2011 thriller Priest[18] opposite Paul Bettany, she played Lucy, the daughter of a warrior priest. [19][20] She received acclaim for her performance, despite the film's critical and commercial failure, on MTV Networks' NextMovie. She was recognized as one of 2011's Rising Stars by com. With Taylor Lautner, she starred in the 2011 action flick Abduction. [22]

Collins portrayed the title character in the 2012 film Mirror Mirror, an adaptation of the fairy tale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs that also starred Julia Roberts in the role of the evil Queen Clementianna. Collins was praised by British journalist Robbie Collin in The Daily Telegraph, who said, "She has an adorable, sensational, almost perfect face for cinema; think Audrey Hepburn with the eyebrows of Liam Gallagher." That grin of hers is the epitome of cheekiness. Collins made her first singing appearance in the film, singing an English version of "I Believe (in Love)" Collins also appeared in Stuck in Love alongside Jennifer Connelly, Logan Lerman, and Greg Kinnear in 2012, playing the role of Samantha. [24]

2013–2016: Period of Rapid Growth and Accolade [ edit ]

Collins at WonderCon 2013

Collins was set to star in the Evil Dead remake in 2013, but she had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts. In M83's music video for "Claudia Lewis," which premiered in August 2013, [25][26] she played the title role as an alien who comes to Earth. Next, she played the title role of Clary Fray in the film adaptation of Cassandra Clare's The Mortal Instruments, the first book in the series, which became a New York Times bestseller. [27] She received a Teen Choice Award nomination in 2014 for her performance in the role. Collins made an appearance in the "City of Angels" music video by Thirty Seconds to Mars back in October 2013. Collins played Rosie Dunne in the 2014 film adaptation of Cecelia Ahern's novel Love, Rosie[30], which also starred Sam Claflin. Although her performance in Love, Rosie was praised by critics like Donald Clarke of The Irish Times who called her "perfectly charming," the film itself received mostly negative reviews (31). "[32]

Warren Beatty directed the romantic comedy-drama Rules Don't Apply (2016), starring Collins as the aspiring actress Marla Mabrey opposite Alden Ehrenreich's Howard Hughes. The film's November release was met with negative reviews and a $3 million box office take. ,000,000 versus $25,000,000 planned Collins, despite this, received her first Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical for her role as Marla Mabrey at the 74th Golden Globe Awards. Collins appeared in a pilot for The Last Tycoon in 2016, which was based on F. Scott Fitzgerald's final novel of the same name. Cecelia Brady, daughter of Pat Brady (Kelsey Grammer), was the character she played. Amazon ordered the series based on the pilot on July 27, 2016, but they scrapped season two plans in September of 2017. [34]

Collins started filming To the Bone, a drama about anorexia, with director Marti Noxon in March of 2016. Anorexic nervosa patient Ellen (or Eli) at age 20 is the film's protagonist. On January 22, 2017, it made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival as a U.S. S Strenuous Rivalry On July 14, 2017, it was made available on Netflix in every country. There was some debate about the film's potential to trigger people with eating disorders when it first appeared on Netflix. 13 Reasons Why, another Netflix original, contributed to this controversy by being accused of glamorizing suicide (see footnote 36). Collins's portrayal of Ellen was praised despite the controversial nature of the film, with reviewers praising her "exemplary work from Lily Collins in the central role." Reviewer Justin Chang from the Los Angeles Times said, "In a different film, Ellen's sharp tongue might have made her an insufferable fount of wisecracking negativity, but Collins' performance is subtler than that, and the script gives her ample opportunity to reveal the character's more complicated, vulnerable edges. "[40][41][42]

From 2017 onwards: Prominent Actress [ edit ]

Collins, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Tilda Swinton are the three leads in the Netflix drama film Okja, directed by Bong Joon-ho. At the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, the film premiered to a four-minute standing ovation and was in competition for the Palme d'Or. The show debuted on June 28, 2017, [44][45] and can be viewed on Netflix. Collins, Dominic West, and David Oyelowo are set to star in the BBC miniseries adaptation of Andrew Davies's Les Misérables, which is set to air in 2018. Tom Shankland will direct the series, which will air on BBC One. Collins played the lead role of Fantine, a young Parisian woman who is left to raise their daughter, Cosette, alone after her wealthy lover abandons them. The first episodes of the series were filmed in February of 2018 in Belgium and Northern France. Fans and critics alike lauded Lily Collins' portrayal of Fantine in this production. Alexandra Pollard of The Independent praised Collins' "magnificent"[49] performance, writing, "[Collins] plays the tragic Fantine with steeliness and grace." So much so that I was immediately moved by her nuanced performance. "[50]

Collins starred alongside Zac Efron in the 2019 Joe Berlinger film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile. She portrays Ted Bundy's longtime girlfriend Elizabeth Kendall, who has a hard time believing that he is a murderer. The film premiered on January 26 at the Sundance Film Festival. Collins co-starred as J. R. R. Tolkien's wife Edith in the biopic Tolkien alongside Nicholas Hoult that same year. Tolkien was released on May 10, 2019, after filming began in October 2017 and ended in December. [52] [54]

Collins co-starred with Simon Pegg in the 2020 Vaughn Stein thriller Inheritance[55] and starred as an American woman working in Paris in the 2020 Netflix series Emily in Paris. Collins received her second Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actress in a Television Series Musical or Comedy for her role in Emily in Paris. [57] That same year, in the critically acclaimed[58] film Mank, she played Rita Alexander, an English transcriber to writer Herman J. Mankiewicz. Collins is set to appear in Hope Dickinson Leach's The Cradle opposite Jack O'Connell and in Jake Gyllenhaal and Charlie McDowell's Gilded Rage with Christoph Waltz and Bill Skarsgard. [61]

Collins was slated to play the title role and produce a new film based on the children's toy Polly Pocket in June 2021. [62]

Politics and Public Persona [ edit ]

Collins's "NY Confidential" column appeared in the British issue of Elle Girl when she was a teenager. [11] Her work has appeared in Seventeen, Teen Vogue, and the Los Angeles Times, among other publications. During the 2007 Bal des débutantes at the Hôtel de Crillon in Paris, she wore a Chanel gown, which was featured on an episode of season three of The Hills. She was named International Model of the Year by Glamour Spain in 2008 and was featured on the August 2009 cover of the publication. [66][67]

While hosting Kids Pick the President on Nickelodeon in 2008, Collins covered the US presidential election. She was honored as Young Hollywood's Newest Red Carpet Correspondent in 2008 [65,69]. Collins was included in Maxim's 2009 list of the 20 Hottest Daughters of Rock Stars as one of those women. [71]

Collins is a vocal opponent of bullying and currently serves as a Celebrity Ambassador for the anti-bullying group Bystander Revolution. Collins has been a spokesman for the GO Campaign, a charity that works to better the lives of orphans and vulnerable children all over the world, since 2018.

Circumstances of one's own life [ edit ]

Collins said in 2013 that she avoids talking about her relationships in public because she saw firsthand how much attention was placed on her parents' divorce and how difficult it was for them. She proposed to American film director and writer Charlie McDowell in September of 2020. They tied the knot in Colorado" target="_blank">Dunton Hot Springs, Colorado, on September 4, 2021 (see reference [74]). [75][76]

Nominations and honors [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

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