List of roles and awards of Catherine Zeta-Jones

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Zeta-Jones at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival

Catherine Zeta-Jones is a Welsh actress who, as of 2017, has appeared in 27 films, 8 television productions and 8 theatre productions, and is the recipient of 19 awards from 32 nominations. Her first stage appearance was at the age of nine as one of the orphan girls in a West End production of the musical Annie.[1][2] She also played the title role in another production of the musical at the Swansea Grand Theatre in 1981.[3] As a teenager, she played roles in the West End productions of Bugsy Malone and The Pajama Game, following which she had her stage breakthrough with the lead role of a chorus girl-turned-star in a 1987 production of 42nd Street.[4]

The French-Italian fantasy feature 1001 Nights (1990) marked Zeta-Jones' film debut.[5] She gained popularity in Britain with the role of a country girl in the television series The Darling Buds of May (1991–93)—the most watched series in the country at that time.[6][7] However, disillusioned at only being offered roles of the love interest, Zeta-Jones shifted base to Los Angeles.[8][9] She achieved early success by playing roles that relied significantly on her sex appeal, in the action film The Mask of Zorro (1998) and the caper thriller Entrapment (1999).[1][10] The former earned her a Saturn Award for Best Actress nomination.[11] Zeta-Jones' portrayal of a drug lord's wife in Steven Soderbergh's Traffic (2000) gained her a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress nomination.[12] She then won an Academy Award and a BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress for playing Velma Kelly in the musical Chicago (2002).[13] As the highest-paid British actresses in Hollywood at the time,[14] she took on the parts of a serial divorcée in Intolerable Cruelty (2003), a flight attendant in The Terminal (2004) and a Europol agent in Ocean's Twelve (2004).[9][15] A sequel to The Mask of Zorro, entitled The Legend of Zorro (2005), was a failure,[16][17] following which Zeta-Jones played an ambitious chef in the romantic comedy No Reservations (2007).[18]

Zeta-Jones significantly decreased her workload in the late 2000s.[19] She made her Broadway debut in 2009 with the role of an ageing actress in the musical A Little Night Music, which won her the Tony Award for Best Actress.[1][20] After a three-year absence from the screen, she had three film releases each in 2012 and 2013. None of her releases in 2012 performed well.[21] This changed in 2013, when she played a mysterious psychiatrist in Soderbergh's critically acclaimed thriller Side Effects and a Russian agent in the financially successful action film Red 2.[22][23] After another three-year sabbatical, Zeta-Jones starred in the British film Dad's Army (2016), based on the television sitcom of the same name.[24] In 2017, she returned to television by portraying the actress Olivia de Havilland in the anthology series Feud.[25]

Film

Film roles of Zeta-Jones
Title Year[a] Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
1001 Nights 1990 Scheherazade Broca, Philippe dePhilippe de Broca French language film [26]
Christopher Columbus: The Discovery 1992 Beatriz Enríquez de Arana John Glen [27]
Splitting Heirs 1993 Kitty Farrant Robert Young [28]
Blue Juice 1995 Chloe Carl Prechezer [29][30]
Phantom, TheThe Phantom 1996 Sala Simon Wincer [31]
Mask of Zorro, TheThe Mask of Zorro 1998 Eléna Montero Martin Campbell [32]
Entrapment 1999 Virginia "Gin" Baker John Amiel [33]
Haunting, TheThe Haunting 1999 Theodora Jan de Bont [34]
High Fidelity 2000 Charlie Nicholson Stephen Frears [35]
Traffic 2000 Helena Ayala Steven Soderbergh [36]
America's Sweethearts 2001 Gwen Harrison Joe Roth [37]
Chicago 2002 Velma Kelly Rob Marshall Also credited as singer on the film's soundtrack:
"All That Jazz"
Cell Block Tango
"I Can't Do It Alone"
"Class"
"Nowadays/Hot Honey Rag"
"I Move On"
[38][39]
Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas 2003 Marina (voice) Tim Johnson/Patrick Gilmore Animated film [40]
Intolerable Cruelty 2003 Marilyn Rexroth Coen Brothers [41]
Terminal, TheThe Terminal 2004 Amelia Warren Steven Spielberg [42]
Ocean's Twelve 2004 Isabel Lahiri Steven Soderbergh [43]
Legend of Zorro, TheThe Legend of Zorro 2005 Eléna De La Vega Martin Campbell [44]
No Reservations 2007 Kate Armstrong Scott Hicks [45]
Death Defying Acts 2007 Mary McGarvie Gillian Armstrong [46]
Rebound, TheThe Rebound 2009 Sandy Bart Freundlich [47]
Lay the Favorite 2012 Tulip Heimowitz Stephen Frears [48]
Rock of Ages 2012 Patricia Whitmore Adam Shankman Also credited as singer on the film's soundtrack:
"Hit Me with Your Best Shot"
We Built This City
[49][50]
Playing for Keeps 2012 Denise Gabriele Muccino [51]
Broken City 2013 Cathleen Hostetler Allen Hughes [52]
Side Effects 2013 Dr. Victoria Siebert Steven Soderbergh [53]
Red 2 2013 Katja Petrokovich Dean Parisot [54]
Dad's Army 2016 Rose Winters Oliver Parker [24]

Television

Television roles of Zeta-Jones
Title Year Role Notes Ref(s)
Out of the Blue 1991 Unknown Television episode [55]
The Darling Buds of May 1991–93 Mariette Television series; main role [6][56]
Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, TheThe Young Indiana Jones Chronicles 1992 Maya Episode: "Palestine, October 1917" [57]
Return of the Native, TheThe Return of the Native 1994 Eustacia Vye Television movie [58]
Cinder Path, TheThe Cinder Path 1994 Victoria Chapman Television miniseries [59]
Catherine the Great 1995 Catherine II Television movie [60]
Titanic 1996 Isabella Paradine Television miniseries [61]
Feud: Bette and Joan 2017 Olivia de Havilland Television anthology series [62]
Cocaine Godmother 2018 Griselda Blanco Television movie; filming [63][64]

Stage

Stage roles of Zeta-Jones
Production Year Role Theater Ref(s)
Annie Unknown[b] Orphan girl Victoria Palace Theatre [1][2]
Annie 1981 Annie Swansea Grand Theatre [3]
Bugsy Malone 1983 Tallulah Her Majesty's Theatre [66][67]
The Pajama Game 1985–86 Chorus girl Haymarket Theatre, Leicester [68][69]
42nd Street 1987 Peggy Sawyer Theatre Royal, Drury Lane [70]
Street Scene 1989 Mae Jones London Coliseum [71][72]
Under Milk Wood 1992 Unknown AIR Studios [73]
A Little Night Music 2009–10 Desirée Armfeldt Walter Kerr Theatre [74]

Awards and nominations

Catherine Zeta-Jones posing with an award
Zeta-Jones with the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical, which she won for A Little Night Music in 2010
Awards and nominations received by Zeta-Jones
Year[c] Association Category Film Result Ref.
1999 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Female Newcomer The Mask of Zorro Won [75]
1999 Saturn Awards Best Actress The Mask of Zorro Nominated [11]
1999 MTV Movie Awards Best Breakthrough Performance The Mask of Zorro Nominated [76]
1999 MTV Movie Awards Best Fight (shared with Antonio Banderas) The Mask of Zorro Nominated [76]
1999 European Film Awards Best Actress – People's Choice Entrapment Won [77]
2000 Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Actress Entrapment/
The Haunting
Nominated [78]
2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Actress – Action Entrapment Won [79]
2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Actress – Horror The Haunting Nominated [80]
2001 Screen Actors Guild Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Traffic Won [81]
2001 Golden Globe Awards Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Traffic Nominated [82]
2001 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Supporting Actress – Drama Traffic Nominated [83]
2001 Chicago Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Traffic Nominated [84]
2001 Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Traffic Nominated [85]
2002 Empire Awards Best British Actress Traffic Nominated [86]
2002 Boston Society of Film Critics Best Supporting Actress Chicago Runner-up [87]
2003 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Chicago Won [13]
2003 British Academy Film Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role Chicago Won [13]
2003 Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Acting Ensemble Chicago Won [88]
2003 Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Supporting Actress Chicago Won [88]
2003 Evening Standard British Film Awards Best Actress Chicago Won [89]
2003 Screen Actors Guild Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Chicago Won [90]
2003 Screen Actors Guild Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Chicago Won [90]
2003 Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Chicago Nominated [91]
2003 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Chicago Nominated [82]
2003 Online Film Critics Society Best Supporting Actress Chicago Nominated [92]
2005 Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Acting Ensemble Ocean's Twelve Nominated [93]
2005 Hasty Pudding Theatricals Woman of the Year Won [94]
2006 People's Choice Awards Favorite Female Action Star The Legend of Zorro Nominated [95]
2007 Alliance of Women Film Journalists Actress Most in Need Of A New Agent Nominated [96]
2010 Outer Critics Circle Awards Outstanding Actress in a Musical A Little Night Music Won [97]
2010 Drama Desk Awards Outstanding Actress in a Musical A Little Night Music Won [98]
2010 Tony Awards Best Actress in a Musical A Little Night Music Won [20]

Footnotes

  1. ^ Refers to the film's earliest release
  2. ^ The musical was staged from 1978 to 1981, but the dates when Zeta-Jones performed is unknown.[65]
  3. ^ Refers to the year in which the ceremony was held

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