KELLY REILLY (Nicole Maggen) recently starred as Mary Morstan/MaryWatson in both
"Sherlock Holmes" and its sequel, "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" opposite
Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law. She was previously honored for her performance
in Stephen Frears' acclaimed 2005 feature "Mrs. Henderson Presents," winning
both London Film Critics Circle and Empire Awards for Best Newcomer, and also
receiving a British Independent Film Award nomination in the category of Best
Supporting Actress. She received another British Independent Film Award
nomination, for Best Actress, for her work in 2008's "Eden Lake." She also
starred in the internationally successful French film "L'Auberge Espagnole" and
its sequel, "Russian Dolls" ("Les Poupees Russes") for which she was nominated
for a Cesar Award.
Reilly was most recently seen in the independent feature "Me and Orson Welles,"
and the thriller "Triage," which has screened at several 2009 international film
festivals, including Toronto and Rome. Her additional film credits include "Last
Orders," "The Libertine," "Pride & Prejudice," "Meant to Be," "Ti presento un
amico," "1320," and "Edwin Boyd."
On the stage, Reilly is the youngest ever actress to be twice-nominated for the
Olivier Award for Best Actress when she was nominated in 2004 for her
performance in "After Miss Julie," presented at London's Donmar Warehouse
Theatre, and in 2008 when she received another Olivier Award nomination in the
same category for the role of Desdemona in the Donmar Warehouse production of
Reilly has also appeared on the small screen, recently including the starring
role of Detective Anna Travis in the 2009 television movie "Above Suspicion."
She reprised her role in the ITV series "Above Suspicion 2: The Red Dahlia," and
"Above Suspicion: Deadly Intent."
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