OLIVIA WILLIAMS (Mrs. Darling) made her motion picture debut in 1997 opposite Kevin Costner in
Most often remembered for her performance opposite Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment in the 1999 blockbuster
The Sixth Sense, she also co-starred in the critical favorite Rushmore with Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman. She was next seen in the British romantic comedy
Born Romantic with Catherine McCormack, and in the thriller The Body, opposite Antonio Banderas. In 2002, audiences saw her in
Below, directed by David Twohy; Lucky Break from Full Monty director Peter Cattaneo; and
The Man From Elysian Fields with Andy Garcia, James Coburn, Mick Jagger and Angelica Huston. (The latter two films premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.) She starred most recently in the English Civil War drama
To Kill a King (opposite Dougray Scott, Tim Roth and Rupert Everett) and the British film
The Heart of Me (along with Helena Bonham Carter and Paul Bettany).
Williams began her career in theatre. A native of Great Britain, she earned a degree in English at Cambridge University, then studied drama at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School for two years. She also worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company in both Stratford-upon-Avon and London. Her recent stage credits include the acclaimed Donmar Warehouse production of John Osborne's
The Hotel in Amsterdam (opposite Tom Hollander) and the Trevor Nunn-directed production of Love's Labours Lost at the Royal National Theatre.
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