KELLY REILLY (Fiona) was reunited with director Guy Ritchie
for SHERLOCK HOLMES:
A GAME OF SHADOWS reprising the role she played in the 2009 hit SHERLOCK HOLMES,
Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law.
Reilly was recently be seen in FLIGHT, a Paramount Pictures production
directed by Robert
Zemeckis in which she co-stars with Denzel Washington and John Goodman which
received an Oscar
nominated for Best Original Screenplay.
Reilly finished filming multiple projects. Earlier in the year she filmed
INNOCENCE, and A SINGLE SHOT, an adaptation of the Matthew F. Jones novel
directed by David M.
Rosenthal she then went on to film CHINESE PUZZLE.
In 2011 she was seen in the World War II drama EDWIN BOYD, which premiered at
Toronto Film Festival.
For her previous film work Kelly has received both critical and international
garnered a Best Actress nomination at the British Independent Film Awards, for
her riveting performance
in James Watkins' debut thriller, EDEN LAKE opposite Michael Fassbender.
She also gained international acclaim playing a supporting lead role in the
directed film MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS, a role for which she won Best Newcomer at
Critics' Circle Film Awards and a nomination as Best Supporting Actress at the
British Independent Film
Awards in 2005. That same year Kelly also won the award for Best Newcomer at the
Awards, which also recognized her performance as the haughty and manipulative
'Miss Bingley' in the
successful Working Title re-make of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. She also appeared
Depp in Laurence Dunmore's directorial debut THE LIBERTINE. It was for her
roles in these three films
that she was awarded the Steinmetz Award for Best Breakthrough at the 2006
pre-BAFTA London Party.
Additionally, Kelly won the Chopard Award as the Female Revelation at the
2005 Cannes Film
Festival, as well as a "Best Supporting Actress" nomination at the prestigious
Cesar Award as "Best
Supporting Actress" for her performance in the internationally successful
French film LES POUPEES
RUSSES (RUSSIAN DOLLS), directed by Cedric Klapisch; a sequel to the
ESPANOL. Among her other film credits are a wide range of international releases
TO BE, TI PRESENTO UN AMICO' Richard Linklater's ME AND ORSON WELLES, TRIAGE,
Colin Farrell and LAST ORDERS.
Kelly is also well known for her stage work. She became the youngest-ever
nominee in the category of Best Actress when she was nominated in 2004 for her
performance in After
Miss Julie, presented at London's Donmar Warehouse Theatre; she was also
nominated as Best Actress at
Evening Standard Theatre awards for the same role.
In 2008, she received another Olivier Award nomination in the same category
for the role of
Desdemona in the Donmar Warehouse production of Othello. She also received
praise for her role in
Look Back in Anger, opposite David Tennant at the Edinburgh Lyceum Theatre and
previously stole the
show in The Comedy Theatre production of Sexual Perversity in Chicago.
Other theatre credits include parts in Piano/Forte (Royal Court), A Prayer
for Owen Meany
(Royal National Theatre), Blasted (Royal Court), The Graduate (Gielgud Theatre),
Three Sisters (for
which she was nominated as Actress in a Supporting Role for the Barclays TMA
Awards) and The
London Cuckolds (Royal National Theatre) for which she was a finalist for an Ian
Kelly has most recently been seen revisiting her lead role of DC Anna Travis
in "Silent Scream,"
the third series of "Above Suspicion," ITV's hugely successful adaptation of
Lynda La Plante's
bestselling novels. She has also starred on the small screen in an adaptation of
Jake Arnott's "He Kills
Coppers," opposite Rafe Spall, as well as in Stephen Poliakoff's "Joe's
Palace," co-starring Rupert Penry-
Jones and Michael Gambon for BBC/HBO.