Judy Davis marks her fifth collaboration with Woody Allen on To Rome With Love, having previously acted in his films Celebrity, Deconstructing Harry and Alice. Davis also starred in Allen's Husbands And Wives, for which she received an Academy Award® nomination for Best Supporting Actress, as well as nominations for a Golden Globe®, a BAFTA as well as awards from the New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, London film critics. Additionally, she was Oscar® nominated for Passage To India, and was named Best Actress by the Boston Film Critics.
Davis has been nominated four times for a Golden Globe®, for Husbands And Wives, Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story, Dash and Lilly, and won for One Against the Wind and Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows, She has been nominated for an Emmy® for A Woman Called Golda, One Against the Wind, The Echo of Thunder, Dash and Lilly, A Cooler Climate, The Reagans, A Little Thing Called Murder, and has won for Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story, Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows, and The Starter Wife. She has been nominated for awards eleven times by the Australian Film Institute, and won for Hoodwink, Winter Of Our Dreams, Kangaroo, High Tide, On My Own, Children Of The Revolution, And The Eye Of The Storm.
Davis first came to the attention of international audiences with My Brilliant Career in 1979, for which she won two BAFTA awards. Her subsequent films include: The Final Option, A Passage To India (Best Actress, Boston Film Critics), Georgia, Impromptu (Independent Spirit Award as Best Female Lead), Barton Fink (Best Actress, New York Film Critics, also for Naked Lunch), Where Angels Fear To Tread, Dark Blood, The Ref, The New Age, Blood And Wine, Absolute Power, Gaudi Afternoon, The Man Who Sued God, Swimming Upstream, Marie Antoinette, and The Break-Up.
Judy Davis' long career also includes both acting and directing for theatre where she recently starred as Irina in The Seagull and directed Victory, The School for Scandal and Barrymore for the Sydney Theatre Company.
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