On site for the 2007 TV movie Persuasion, October 7, 2006
|Born||Sally Cecilia Hawkins
27 April 1976
Dulwich, London, England, UK
Sally Cecilia Hawkins (born 27 April 1976) is an English actress. Her performance as Poppy in the 2008 Mike Leigh film Happy-Go-Lucky won her several international awards, including the Golden Globe Award and the Silver Bear for Best Actress at the Berlin Film Festival.
Other notable roles have included Susan in Vera Drake (2004), Sarah in An Education (2009), Rita O'Grady in Made in Dagenham (2010), Sue Trinder in the BBC serial Fingersmith (2005), Anne Elliot in Persuasion (2007), and Ginger in the 2013 Woody Allen film Blue Jasmine, for which she received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Hawkins had previously worked with Woody Allen in Cassandra's Dream (2007).
The daughter of Jacqui and Colin Hawkins, authors and illustrators of children's books, Hawkins was born in Dulwich, and raised in Blackheath, in southeast London. She attended James Allen's Girls' School in Dulwich. She graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1998.
Hawkins' theatre appearances include Much Ado About Nothing (2000), A Midsummer Night's Dream (2000), Misconceptions (2001), Country Music (2004), David Hare's adaptation of Federico García Lorca's play The House of Bernarda Alba in 2005, and "Constellations (play)" in 2012.
Hawkins made her first notable screen performance as Samantha in the 2002 Mike Leigh film All or Nothing. She also appeared as Slasher in the 2004 film Layer Cake. She played the role of Zena Blake in the BBC adaptation of Sarah Waters' novel, Tipping the Velvet in 2002. Her first major television role came in 2005, when she played Susan Trinder in the BAFTA-nominated BBC drama Fingersmith, an adaptation of Sarah Waters' novel of the same name, in which she co-starred with Imelda Staunton, as she had in Vera Drake. Since then she has gone on to star in another BBC adaptation, Patrick Hamilton's Twenty Thousand Streets Under the Sky.
In 2006, Hawkins returned to the stage, appearing at the Royal Court Theatre in Jez Butterworth's The Winterling. In 2007, she played the lead in a new film of Jane Austen's Persuasion, and followed this with her critically acclaimed performance in Happy-Go-Lucky. Questions and a minor controversy arose when Hawkins was not nominated for an Academy Award for her performance as Poppy. It was the first year since 2000–01 that the winner of the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy was not nominated for an Academy Award, and the first year since 1995–96 that no one from the category was nominated.
During 2006 she also made uncredited appearances in Richard Ayoade's Man to Man with Dean Learner where she played various uncredited roles from Personal Assistant to Wife of Steve Pising in various deleted scenes included on the DVD.
In 2013, Hawkins starred opposite Cate Blanchett in the critically acclaimed Woody Allen movie Blue Jasmine, a role for which she received widespread critical acclaim and her first Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress, as well as nods from the Golden Globes and BAFTA.
In addition to the Golden Globe, Hawkins received numerous awards for her starring role in Happy-Go-Lucky, including the Silver Bear for Best Actress at the Berlin International Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress, and the San Francisco Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress.
|1998||Accidental Death of an Anarchist||Battersea Arts Centre|
|Romeo and Juliet||Juliet||York Theatre Royal|
|1999||The Dybbuk||Leah'le||Battersea Arts Centre|
|The Cherry Orchard||Anya||York Theatre Royal|
|Svejk||Kidnapped Dog||Gate Theatre|
|2000||A Midsummer Night's Dream||Hermia||Open Air Theatre|
|Much Ado About Nothing||Hero|
|2004||Country Music||Lynsey Sargeant||Royal Court Theatre|
|2005||The House of Bernarda Alba||Adela||Royal National Theatre|
|2006||The Winterling||Lue||Royal Court Theatre|
|2010||Mrs. Warren's Profession||Vivie||American Airlines Theatre|
|2012||Constellations||Marianne||Royal Court Theatre|
|1999||Casualty||Emma Lister||Episode: "To Have and to Hold"|
|2000||Doctors||Sarah Carne||Episode: "Pretty Baby"|
|2002||Tipping the Velvet||Zena Blake||2 episodes|
|2003||Byron||Mary Shelley||TV Movie|
|Promoted to Glory||Lisa|
|The Young Visiters||Rosalind|
|2003–2005||Little Britain||Kenny Craig's girlfriend||4 episodes|
|2004||Bunk Bed Boys||Helen||TV Movie|
|2005||Fingersmith||Susan Trinder||3 episodes|
|20,000 Streets Under the Sky||Ella|
|2006||Shiny Shiny Bright New Hole in My Heart||Nathalie||TV Movie|
|H G Wells: War with the World||Rebecca West|
|Man to Man with Dean Learner||Various||Episode: "Randolph Caer"|
|2007||Persuasion||Anne Elliot||TV Movie|
|2011||Little Crackers||Mummy||Episode: "Barbara Windsor's Little Cracker: My First Brassiere"|
|2012||Room on the Broom||Bird (voice)||TV Movie|
- Concrete Cow (2002)
- Think the Unthinkable (2004)
- The Cenci Family (2004)
- War with the Newts (2005)
- The Party Line (2005)
- Ed Reardon's Week (2005)
- Afternoon Romancers (2005)
- Cut to the Heart (2007)
- "Sally Hawkins saves the day in Made in Dagenham" October 1, 2010, The First Post
- "Sally Hawkins Joins ‘Godzilla’ Cast". Deadline.
- "Brit actress Sally Hawkins to visit Mill Valley film fest". Marinscope Community Newspapers. 1 October 2008. Retrieved 9 March 2014.
- "2009 ICS AWARD WINNERS". International Cinephile Society.
- Elsworth, Catherine (12 Jan 2009). "Golden Globes 2009: Sally Hawkins wins best actress in musical or comedy - Telegraph". The Telegraph (London: Telegraph Media Group). Retrieved April 3, 2013.
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