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ROMOLA GARAI's first major film role was in 2003's I Capture the Castle, directed by Tim Fywell, where she played 17-year-old Cassandra Mortmain which earned her a nomination for 'Most Promising Newcomer' from the British Independent Film Awards.She then went on to star inDouglas McGrath'sNicholas Nickleby, where she played Kate Nickleby. Romola's role in Joe Wright's multi-award winning Atonement (2007) opposite Keira Knightley earned her a nomination for Best Actress from the Evening Standard British Film Awards.
In 2008 Romola appeared in the feature film The Other Man, directed by Richard Eyre, alongside Liam Neeson, Laura Linney, and Antonio Banderas. Romola next starred in Stephen Poliakoff's World War II thriller Glorious 39. 2009 saw Romola play the title role in a television adaptation of Jane Austen's Emma,co-starring Jonny Lee Miller and Sir Michael Gambon. Romola was nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance. In 2009, Romola was also named one of Britain's Rising Stars by The Sunday Times Magazine. In 2011, Romola starred as Sugar in the four-part BBC drama The Crimson Petal and the White based on the novel by Michel Faber. Romola was nominated for Best Leading Actress at the BAFTAs 2012 for this role, with the series also being nominated for Best Miniseries. Also in 2011, Romola appeared in the Golden Globe nominated BBC drama, The Hour, with Dominic West and Ben Whishaw. For her brilliant performance in The Hour,Romola was nominated for Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie at the Golden Globes 2012.
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