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Winslet at the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of The Dressmaker in 2015

Kate Winslet is an English actress. She made her screen debut at age 15 in the BBC series Dark Season (1991).[1][2] Following more television appearances in Britain, she made her film debut with the leading role of murderess Juliet Hulme in Peter Jackson's crime film Heavenly Creatures (1994).[3] Winslet gained wider recognition for playing Marianne Dashwood in a 1995 film adaptation of Sense and Sensibility, for which she received an Academy Award nomination and won a BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress.[4][5][6] The same year, she appeared in the Royal Exchange Theatre's production of Joe Orton's farce What the Butler Saw.[7] In 1997, she starred opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in James Cameron's romance Titanic, which emerged as the highest-grossing film of all time to that point; it established her as a star and earned Winslet her second Academy Award nomination.[8][9]

Winslet followed Titanic with roles in small-scale period dramas which were critically acclaimed but not widely seen.[1][10][11] She played a disillusioned single mother in Hideous Kinky (1998), an Australian woman brainwashed by a religious cult in Holy Smoke! (1999), a sexually repressed laundress in Quills (2000), and the novelist Iris Murdoch in Iris (2001).[12] For the last of these, she received her third Academy Award nomination.[13] Winslet was awarded a Grammy Award for narrating a short story in the children's audiobook Listen to the Storyteller (1999), and she sang the single "What If" for the 2001 animated film Christmas Carol: The Movie.[14] The 2004 science fiction romance Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind marked one of her first roles set in contemporary times, and Winslet followed it by playing Sylvia Llewelyn Davies in Finding Neverland (2004) and an unhappy housewife in Little Children (2006).[15][16] She received Academy Award nominations for the first and last of these, and went on to star alongside Cameron Diaz in the commercially successful romantic comedy The Holiday (2006).[10][13]

In 2008, Winslet played a 1950s housewife yearning for a better life in Revolutionary Road and a Nazi concentration camp guard in The Reader.[12] For the latter, she was awarded the BAFTA and Academy Award for Best Actress.[13] Winslet next played the eponymous protagonist in the HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce (2011), for which she won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress.[17] In 2014, Winslet joined the Divergent film series as the villainous Jeanine Matthews, and in 2015, she starred in The Dressmaker, which ranks among the highest-grossing Australian films.[18][19] For playing Joanna Hoffman in Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs (2015), a biopic of the titular inventor, she received her third BAFTA Award and her seventh Academy Award nomination.[20][21] Winslet went on to star in the disaster film The Mountain Between Us and played a cynical waitress in Woody Allen's drama Wonder Wheel (both 2017).[22]

Film[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year[a] Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Heavenly Creatures 1994 Juliet Hulme Peter Jackson [23]
Critters 1986 Critter (voice) Stephen Herek Uncredited [24]
Sense and Sensibility 1995 Marianne Dashwood Ang Lee [25]
A Kid in King Arthur's Court 1995 Princess Sarah Michael Gottlieb [26]
Jude 1996 Sue Bridehead Michael Winterbottom [27]
Hamlet 1996 Ophelia Kenneth Branagh [28]
Titanic 1997 Rose DeWitt Bukater James Cameron [29]
Hideous Kinky 1998 Julia Gillies MacKinnon [30]
Faeries 1999 Brigid (voice) Gary Hurst [31]
Holy Smoke! 1999 Ruth Barron Jane Campion [32]
Quills 2000 Madeleine Philip Kaufman [33]
Enigma 2001 Hester Wallace Michael Apted [34]
Iris 2001 Young Iris Murdoch Richard Eyre [35]
War Game 2001 Annie (voice) Dave Unwin Short film [36]
Christmas Carol: The Movie 2001 Belle (voice) Jimmy T. Murakami [37]
The Life of David Gale 2003 Bitsey Bloom Alan Parker [38]
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind 2004 Clementine Kruczynski Michel Gondry [39]
Finding Neverland 2004 Sylvia Llewelyn Davies Marc Forster [40]
Romance & Cigarettes 2005 Tula John Turturro [41]
Deep Sea 3D 2006 Narrator Howard Hall Documentary film [42]
All the King's Men 2006 Anne Stanton Steven Zaillian [43]
Little Children 2006 Sarah Pierce Todd Field [44]
Flushed Away 2006 Rita (voice) David Bowers
Sam Fell
[45]
The Holiday 2006 Iris Nancy Meyers [46]
The Fox and the Child 2007 Narrator Luc Jacquet English version [47]
The Reader 2008 Hanna Schmitz Stephen Daldry [48]
Revolutionary Road 2008 April Wheeler Sam Mendes [49]
A Mother's Courage: Talking Back to Autism 2009 Narrator Friðrik Þór Friðriksson Documentary film [50]
Carnage 2011 Nancy Cowan Roman Polanski [51]
Contagion 2011 Erin Mears Steven Soderbergh [52]
Movie 43 2013 Beth Various[b] Segment: The Catch [54]
Labor Day 2013 Adele Wheeler Jason Reitman [55]
Divergent 2014 Jeanine Matthews Neil Burger [56]
A Little Chaos 2014 Sabine De Barra Alan Rickman [57]
The Divergent Series: Insurgent 2015 Jeanine Matthews Robert Schwentke [58]
Daisy Chain 2015 Buttercup (voice) Galvin Scott Davis Short film [59]
Steve Jobs 2015 Joanna Hoffman Danny Boyle [60]
The Dressmaker 2015 Myrtle "Tilly" Dunnage Jocelyn Moorhouse [61]
Triple 9 2016 Irina Vlaslov John Hillcoat [62]
Collateral Beauty 2016 Claire Wilson David Frankel [63]
The Lost Letter 2016 Narrator Kealan O'Rourke Short film [64]
The Mountain Between Us 2017 Alex Martin Hany Abu-Assad [65]
Wonder Wheel 2017 Ginny Woody Allen [66]
Mary and the Witch's Flower 2018 Madame Mumblechook (voice) Hiromasa Yonebayashi English version [67]
Manou the Swift Film has yet to be released 2018 TBA (voice) Andrea Block
Christian Haas
Completed [68]
Avatar 2 Film has yet to be released 2020 Ronal James Cameron Post-production [69]
Blackbird Film has yet to be released TBA TBA Roger Michell Filming [70]

Television[edit]

Key
Shows that have not yet been aired Denotes shows that have not yet been aired
Title Year(s) Role Notes Ref(s).
Dark Season 1991 Reet Six episodes [71]
Anglo-Saxon Attitudes 1992 Caroline Jenington Miniseries [72][73]
Get Back 1992–93 Eleanor Sweet [74]
Casualty 1993 Suzanne Episode: "Family Matters" [75][76]
Pride 2004 Suki (voice) Television film [77]
Saturday Night Live 2004 Host Episode: "Kate Winslet / Eminem" [78]
Extras 2005 Herself Episode: "Kate Winslet" [79]
Mildred Pierce 2011 Mildred Pierce Miniseries [80]
Running Wild with Bear Grylls 2015 Herself Episode: "Kate Winslet" [81]
Snow Chick 2015 Narrator Television film [82]
Diana: The Day Britain Cried 2017 Narrator Documentary film [83]
Moominvalley Shows that have not yet been aired 2019 Mrs Fillyjonk (voice) [84]

Virtual reality[edit]

Production Year Role Release Ref.
Insurgent – Shatter Reality 2015 Jeanine Matthews Samsung Gear VR [85]

Theatre[edit]

Production Year Role Venue Ref.
What the Butler Saw 1994 Geraldine Barclay Royal Exchange Theatre [86]

Discography[edit]

Soundtrack Year Song Label Ref.
Heavenly Creatures 1994 "Juliet's Aria" BMG Rights Management [87]
Christmas Carol: The Movie 2001 "What If" EMI [88]
Sandra Boynton's Dog Train 2005 "I Need a Nap" Boynton Recordings [89]

Audiobook[edit]

Title Year Ref(s).
Listen to the Storyteller[c] 1999 [14]
Thérèse Raquin 2012 [90][91]
You're a Bad Man, Mr Gum! 2012 [92]
Matilda 2014 [93]
The Magic Finger 2014 [94]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Refers to the film's earliest release
  2. ^ Winslet featured in the segment directed by Peter Farrelly.[53]
  3. ^ Winslet narrated the short story "The Face in the Lake".[14]

See also[edit]

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