Nicole Kidman filmography

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A photograph of Nicole Kidman attending the 2013 Cannes film festival
Kidman at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013

Australian actress Nicole Kidman made her film debut in the drama remake Bush Christmas in 1983.[1][2] Four years later, she starred in the television miniseries Vietnam, for which she received the Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini Series award from the Australian Film Institute.[3] Kidman's breakthrough role was in the 1989 thriller Dead Calm; her performance as a married woman trapped on a yacht with a psychopathic murderer earned critical acclaim and international recognition.[4][5] She followed this with her Hollywood debut opposite Tom Cruise in Tony Scott's auto-racing film Days of Thunder (1990).[6] Her role as a homocidal weather forecaster in Gus Van Sant's crime comedy-drama To Die For garnered Kidman a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical in 1996.[7] She reteamed with Cruise on Stanley Kubrick's erotic thriller Eyes Wide Shut in 1999.

Kidman played a courtesan in Baz Luhrmann's 2001 musical Moulin Rouge!, for which she received her second Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, and her first nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress.[7][8] In the same year, Kidman appeared in the horror-thriller The Others which garnered her a nomination for Best Actress at the BAFTAs.[9] For her role as writer Virginia Woolf in the drama The Hours (2002) she became the first Australian to win the Academy Award for Best Actress.[10][11]

In 2003, Kidman starred in Lars von Trier's Dogville, the drama The Human Stain, and the epic war drama Cold Mountain. The following year, she appeared in the sci-fi comedy film The Stepford Wives (2004), and the drama Birth (2004). Four years later, Kidman reunited with Luhrmann on the historical drama Australia. In 2010, she starred in the drama Rabbit Hole for which she received a nomination at the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, and Screen Actors Guild Awards.[12][13][14] Kidman played novelist Martha Gellhorn in the television biopic Hemingway & Gellhorn (2012), for which she received a Primetime Emmy nomination.[15] In 2014, she played actress and princess Grace Kelly in the biopic Grace of Monaco, and starred as an evil taxidermist in the comedy Paddington.[16] The following year, Kidman portrayed writer and archaeologist Gertrude Bell in the biopic Queen of the Desert (2015).

Film

Title Year Role Director Notes Ref.
Bush Christmas 1983 Helen Thompson Henri Safran [17]
BMX Bandits 1983 Judy Brian Trenchard-Smith [18]
Wills & Burke 1984 Julia Matthews Bob Weis [19]
Windrider 1986 Jade Vince Monton [20]
The Bit Part 1987 Mary McAllister Brendan Maher [21]
Emerald City 1988 Helen Davey Michael Jenkins [22]
Dead Calm 1989 Rae Ingram Philip Noyce [23]
Days of Thunder 1990 Dr. Claire Lewicki Tony Scott [24]
Flirting 1991 Nicola Radcliffe John Duigan [25]
Billy Bathgate 1991 Drew Preston Robert Benton [26]
Far and Away 1992 Shannon Christie Ron Howard [27]
Malice 1993 Tracy Safian Harold Becker [28]
My Life 1993 Gail Jones Bruce Joel Rubin [29]
Batman Forever 1995 Professor Chase Meridian Joel Schumacher [30]
To Die For 1995 Suzanne Stone Maretto Gus Van Sant [31]
The Portrait of a Lady 1996 Isabel Archer Jane Campion [32]
The Peacemaker 1997 Dr. Julia Kelly Mimi Leder [33]
Practical Magic 1998 Gillian Owens Griffin Dunne [34]
Eyes Wide Shut 1999 Alice Harford Stanley Kubrick [35]
Moulin Rouge! 2001 Satine Baz Luhrmann [36]
The Others 2001 Grace Stewart Alejandro Amenábar [37]
Birthday Girl 2001 Nadia
Sophia[a]
Jez Butterworth [40]
[38]
The Hours 2002 Virginia Woolf Stephen Daldry [36]
Dogville 2003 Grace Margaret Mulligan Lars von Trier [41]
In the Cut 2003 Jane Campion Producer [42]
The Human Stain 2003 Faunia Farley Robert Benton [43]
Cold Mountain 2003 Ada Monroe Anthony Minghella [44]
The Stepford Wives 2004 Joanna Eberhart Frank Oz [45]
Birth 2004 Anna Jonathan Glazer [46]
No. 5 the Film 2004 Herself Baz Luhrmann Short film [47]
The Interpreter 2005 Silvia Broome Sydney Pollack [48]
Bewitched 2005 Isabel Bigelow
Samantha[a]
Nora Ephron [39]
Fur 2006 Diane Arbus Steven Shainberg [49]
Happy Feet 2006 Norma Jean George Miller Voice role [50]
The Invasion 2007 Dr. Carol Bennell Oliver Hirschbiegel [51]
Margot at the Wedding 2007 Margot Noah Baumbach [52]
The Golden Compass 2007 Marisa Coulter Chris Weitz [53]
Australia 2008 Lady Sarah Ashley Baz Luhrmann [54]
Nine 2009 Claudia Jenssen Rob Marshall [55]
Rabbit Hole 2010 Becca Corbett John Cameron Mitchell Also producer [56]
Just Go with It 2011 Devlin Adams Dennis Dugan [57]
Trespass 2011 Sarah Miller Joel Schumacher [58]
Monte Carlo 2011 Thomas Bezucha Producer [42]
The Paperboy 2012 Charlotte Bless Lee Daniels [59]
Stoker 2013 Evelyn Stoker Park Chan-wook [60]
The Railway Man 2013 Patti Lomax Jonathan Teplitzky [61]
Grace of Monaco 2014 Grace Kelly Olivier Dahan [62]
Before I Go to Sleep 2014 Christine Lucas Rowan Joffé [63]
Paddington 2014 Millicent Clyde Paul King [64]
Strangerland 2015 Catherine Parker Kim Farrant [65]
Queen of the Desert 2015 Gertrude Bell Werner Herzog [66]
The Family Fang 2015 Annie Fang Jason Bateman [67]
Secret in Their Eyes 2015 Claire Sloane Billy Ray [68]
Genius 2016 Aline Bernstein Michael Grandage [69]
Lion 2016 Sue Brierley Garth Davis [70]
The Beguiled Films that have not yet been released 2017 Martha Farnsworth Sofia Coppola [71]
How to Talk to Girls at Parties Films that have not yet been released 2017 Queen Boadicea John Cameron Mitchell [72]
The Killing of a Sacred Deer Films that have not yet been released 2017 Surgeon's Wife Yorgos Lanthimos [73]
Untouchable Films that have not yet been released 2018 Yvonne Neil Burger Filming [74]
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Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television

Title Year Role Channel Notes Ref(s)
Skin Deep 1983 Sheena Henderson Nine Network Television film [75]
Chase Through the Night 1983 Petra ABC Television miniseries [76]
Matthew and Son 1984 Bridget Elliot Network Ten Television film [75]
A Country Practice 1984 Simone Jenkins Seven Network 2 episodes [75]
Five Mile Creek 1985 Annie Seven Network 12 episodes [77]
Archer 1985 Catherine Network Ten Television film [78]
Winners 1985 Carol Trig Network Ten Episode: "Room to Move" [79][80]
An Australian in Rome 1987 Jill ABC Television film [81]
Vietnam 1987 Megan Goddard Network Ten Television miniseries [82]
Watch the Shadows Dance 1987 Amy Gabriel Nine Network Television film [83]
Bangkok Hilton 1989 Katrina Stanton Network Ten Television miniseries [84]
Saturday Night Live 1993 Host NBC Episode: "Nicole Kidman / Stone Temple Pilots" [85]
Hemingway & Gellhorn 2012 Martha Gellhorn HBO Television film [86]
Hello Ladies: The Movie 2014 Herself HBO Television film [87]
Big Little Lies 2017 Celeste Wright HBO 7 episodes; also producer [88]
Top of the Lake Television series that have not yet been aired 2017 Julia BBC Two [89]
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See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b Kidman plays a single character who has two different names.[38][39]

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