To paraphrase, Florence Pugh

The English actress Florence Pugh (PEW; born January 3, 1996) In 2014, she debuted in the leading role of a drama film called The Falling. Pugh won a British Independent Film Award in 2016 for her performance as a young bride in the drama Lady Macbeth. She was nominated for the BAFTA Rising Star Award in 2018 for her performance in the miniseries The Little Drummer Girl, which came after her starring role in the television film King Lear.

With her performances as professional wrestler Paige in the biographical sports film Fighting with My Family, a depressed American woman in the horror film Midsommar, and Amy March in the period drama Little Women, Pugh broke out on a global scale in 2019. She was nominated for both an Oscar and a BAFTA for her work on the latter. This year at the Cannes Film Festival, Pugh won the Trophée Chopard. She played Yelena Belova in both the 2021 MCU film Black Widow and the 2021 Disney miniseries Hawkeye. Since then, we've seen her in the 2022 thriller Don't Worry Darling and the 2022 drama The Wonder.

Early life [ edit ]

Florence Pugh's parents, dancer Deborah Pugh and restaurateur Clinton Pugh, gave birth to her on January 3, 1996[1][2] in Oxford. Toby Sebastian (an actor and musician), Arabella Gibbins (an actress), and Rafaela "Raffie" Pugh (an actress) are her siblings. As a child, she was frequently hospitalized due to her tracheomalacia [5]. When Pugh was 3, her family moved to Sotogrande, Spain, from the United Kingdom in the hopes that the warmer climate would help her health. After six years, they moved back to Oxford. Pugh, then six years old, spoke with a Yorkshire accent when she played Mary in a school nativity play. [5][6] She attended Wychwood School and St. Edward's School in Oxford on a private scholarship, but she was unhappy there because neither school encouraged her to pursue acting. [7]

Career [ edit ]

Predecessor Functions (From 2014-2017) [ edit ]

Filmmaker Pugh at the 2014 BFI London Film Festival

Pugh made her acting debut in the 2014 drama The Falling, playing a headstrong teen opposite Maisie Williams while she was still in sixth form. In addition to Oliver Lyttelton of IndieWire's description of Pugh as "striking," Tara Brady of The Irish Times called her "remarkable." The same year she received these nominations (for Best British Newcomer at the BFI London Film Festival and Young British/Irish Performer of the Year from the London Film Critics' Circle, respectively) [9][10], she went on to win both awards. The following year, she landed the role of a singer-songwriter on the set of the drama pilot Studio City, with Eric McCormack playing her father. A series order was not placed after the pilot aired (see [13]). Later, [14] Pugh would paint a dark picture of her time in Studio City, where she felt intense pressure to alter her appearance. She said, "all the things that they were trying to change about me - whether it was my weight, my look, the shape of my face, the shape of my eyebrows - that was so not what I wanted to do, or the industry I wanted to work in." I felt like I'd made a huge mistake because I'd imagined the film industry would be more like The Falling, but this was the level of competition at the top. "[15]

Pugh appeared in the first season of the ITV detective series Marcella and starred in the independent drama Lady Macbeth, based on the novella Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District by Nikolai Leskov. She portrayed Katherine, a miserable wife who lashes out in the first film. Pugh stated that she is drawn to roles where the protagonist has "confusing or at least interesting" goals. The actress received praise for her performance in [16]. [16] She said that after being discouraged by Studio City, she got back into the movie business thanks to this production. [15] Guy Lodge, writing for Variety, praised her performance for capturing the "complex, under-the-skin transformation" of the character. For her work in this film, she received the BIFA for "Best Performance by an Actress in a British Independent Film." [18]

At the 71st British Academy Film Awards in 2018, Pugh was nominated for the BAFTA Rising Star Award. She then appeared in the Time's Up-inspired short film Leading Lady Parts and as Cordelia opposite Anthony Hopkins' King Lear in Richard Eyre's television adaptation of the play King Lear. After that, in the same year, Pugh portrayed Elizabeth de Burgh alongside Chris Pine's Robert the Bruce in the Netflix film Outlaw King. [7][20] She was "excellent despite her thankless role," as Charles Bramesco of The Guardian put it. She then starred in a six-part miniseries adaptation of John le Carré's spy novel The Little Drummer Girl, in which she portrayed an actress who becomes involved in an espionage plot in the 1970s. Her show was well-received, [22] so that "smartly mixes earthiness with sophistication, wisdom with naiveté," wrote Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair about Pugh, who he praised for being "terrific throughout." "[24]

Success and acclaim (in the present day, 2019) [ edit ]

Attending San Diego Comic-Con 2019: Pugh

In 2019, Pugh starred in three blockbuster movies, leading to widespread praise and recognition as a major new talent. In the comedy-drama Fighting with My Family, she made her acting debut as professional wrestler Paige. [25][26] Reviewed favorably, the film debuted at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. Actress' "completely convincing as the wrestler," according to The Independent's Geoffrey Macnab, who also noted that she displayed "the same defiance, scruffy glamour, and self-deprecating humour as the real life wrestler." Paige" Following that, [28] Pugh played the lead role in Ari Aster's horror film Midsommar, in which she and Jack Reynor played an American couple visiting Sweden and meeting a cult. Pugh's performance as the lonely Dani Ardor was praised by critics, with Vulture's David Edelstein calling it "amazingly vivid." [30][31]

Little Women, a period drama film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's novel of the same name, starred Pugh as her final film release of the year. Greta Gerwig directed the film. She has stated that the character of Amy March, a mercurial artist she has portrayed from the age of 12 into adulthood, is in a "sweet spot of not knowing how to deal with her emotions." This movie made $209 million at the box office and was praised by critics. According to David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter, Pugh handled the "tricky contradictions" of the role with "disarming grace, humor, and a willful streak that grows almost imperceptibly into wisdom." For her role, Pugh was nominated for both the BAFTA and the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress [35]. [33][36]

Yelena Belova, a spy, was portrayed by Pugh in the MCU film Black Widow. She claimed the film was about "girls who are stolen from around the world" ([37]). [38] Critics praised the film upon its 2021 release, singling out the actress for her standout performance. Belova was called "the most vibrant person in the film, more lived-in than most action-movie characters" by Caryn James of BBC Culture. Later that year, [41] she played the same character again on the Disney series Hawkeye. [42]

Pugh appeared in the 2022 films Don't Worry Darling (a thriller directed by Olivia Wilde) and The Wonder (a drama based on the novel of the same name by Emma Donoghue). In regards to the former, she allegedly had a fight with Wilde on set, which led to her doing less publicity for the film. [43][44] Critics at the 79th Venice International Film Festival praised Pugh's performance more than the film itself in the premiere of "Don't Worry Darling." In 1862's The Wonder, she portrayed a nurse dispatched to look into a reported miracle. As Kevin Maher of The Times writes, Pugh's "impossibly vivid and convincing" performance is the film's "primary asset." [48] For this, she was nominated for another BIFA. [49] Her final film of the year, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, voiced by DreamWorks, grossed over $200 million worldwide and featured her as Goldilocks. [50][51]

Pugh is both producing and starring in A Good Person, a comedy-drama directed by Zach Braff. In Christopher Nolan's biopic Oppenheimer, starring Cillian Murphy as the title character, she will play Communist Party USA member Jean Tatlock. Pugh will reprise her role as Princess Irulan in the 2021 science fiction film sequel Dune: Part Two. [54]

Accolades [ edit ]

Both the Academy Award and the British Academy Film Award have recognized Pugh's work. For her role in Little Women, she was nominated for three awards: the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, the British Academy Film Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, and the British Academy Film Award for Rising Star. Her portrayal of Lady Macbeth won her a British Independent Film Award. For her performance in Midsommar, she received a nomination for a Gotham Award as Best Actress. Pugh received the Trophée Chopard, an award given by a professional jury at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival to young actors to recognize and encourage their careers, for her performance in "The Favourite." [57]

Status in the eyes of the public and private life [ edit ]

Pugh, using the stage name Flossie Rose, released a series of YouTube cover videos between 2013 and 2016. On her brother's 15 May 2021 release, "Midnight," Pugh made a guest appearance. During the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, she participated in a live reading of Kenneth Lonergan's play This Is Our Youth for the series Acting for a Cause to benefit the Entertainment Industry Foundation, a charity. [60]

Forbes magazine's annual 30 Under 30 list, which recognizes the 30 most influential people under the age of 30, included Pugh in the entertainment category in 2019. By 2021, she had already been named one of Time's 100 Next list's rising stars in the arts category. [62]

Pugh dated American actor and filmmaker Zach Braff from 2019 to 2022. They lived together in Los Angeles after meeting on the set of Braff's short film In the Time It Takes to Get There (see reference [63]). [66]

Filmography [ edit ]

Film [ edit ]

Key Films that haven't hit theaters yet

Television [ edit ]

Discography [ edit ]

Singles [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

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  2. ^ a b c Author: Masters, Tim. Florence Pugh talks about playing Lady Macbeth for the first time and killing it in the lead role. BBC News Date of original publication: June 26, 2022 Retrieved 16 August 2022
  3. ^ On April 23rd, 2015, Katherine MacAlister Florence Pugh "takes the AP route to Hollywood." Newspaper based in Oxford; hence, The Oxford Times date='27 December 2015' Retrieved December 26 2015
  4. ^ (Aftab, Kaleem) April 27th, 2017 "Dying wasn't that bad," Florence Pugh said. i Date of original publication: September 17, 2017
  5. ^ a b As of the 9th of January, 2020, Wood, Gaby Florence Pugh is a new breed of breakout star, as evidenced by the article "From Little Women to Marvel Superhero, Florence Pugh Is a New Kind of Breakout Star." Vogue Date of original archive: February 19, 2020 Retrieved 2 February 2020
  6. ^ In 2020-01-20, Gaby Wood The Oscar nomination for "Mujercitas" made Florence Pugh "the actress of the moment." In Spanish: ella February/2020 Retrieved 2 February 2020
  7. It goes as follows: a, b, c, d, e, f, and g Hayes, Martha. 2018.10.06. As Florence Pugh once said, "You never see an unplucked brow in Hollywood." In The Guardian Date of original publication: October 20, 2018 Retrieved 21 October 2018
  8. ^ Gillian Orr (April 18, 2015). Florence Pugh and director Carol Morley discuss the eerie new film The Falling. Pugh says, "After you left the room I said, Wow!" The Unbiased It was originally posted on December 19, 2015 and has since been archived. Retrieved Thursday, December 26 2015
  9. ^ Tara Brady (2015-04-23) Synthesizing grime from the drain with otherworldly intrigue, as reviewed in "The Falling." An Irish Newspaper Date of original publication: December 19, 2015 Retrieved The Seventh of September 2018
  10. ^ Oliver Lyttelton. 7 August 2015. Despite Maisie Williams' strong performance, "The Falling" is a tense and inconsistent drama. IndieWire Saved as a copy on 30 March 2021 Retrieved 9 May 2021
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