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Birth date: August 6, 1982
Birth place: Hong Kong, British Crown Colony
Height:5' 8½" (1.74 m)
Profession:Actress, Director, Writer
Spouse:Sam Hoare (actor)

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Born in Hong Kong to father Adrian (banker) and mother Janet (journalist), Romola Garai's unusual name is the female version of Romolo, an Italian name for boys (from Latin Romulus, the founder of Rome). She grew up in Singapore and Hong Kong until she was eight when her family returned to lay roots in Wiltshire. At sixteen, she left her parents ... Wikipedia

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Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dominion 2016/I Caitlin Thomas
Churchill's Secret 2016 TV Movie Nurse Millie Appleyard
Suffragette 2015 Alice Haughton
The Great War: The People's Story 2014 TV Mini-Series documentary Kate Parry Frye
Legacy 2013 TV Movie Anna
Having You 2013 Camilla
The Last Days on Mars 2013 Rebecca Lane
The Hour 2011-2012 TV Series Bel Rowley
Whitelands 2012 Short Jen
Babysitting 2011 Short Maggie
Junkhearts 2011 Christine
One Day 2011 Sylvie
The Crimson Petal and the White 2011 TV Mini-Series Sugar
Words of the Blitz 2010
Emma 2009 TV Mini-Series Emma
Glorious 39 2009 Anne
King Lear 2008 TV Movie Cordelia
Great Performances 2008 TV Series Cordelia
The Other Man 2008 Abigail
Atonement 2007 Briony, 18
Running for River 2007 Short Blair
Angel 2007 Angel Deverell
Amazing Grace 2006 Barbara Spooner
As You Like It 2006 Celia
Scoop 2006 Vivian
Renaissance 2006 Ilona Tasuiev (voice)
El sueño de una noche de San Juan 2005 Helena (English version, voice)
Mary Bryant 2005 TV Mini-Series Mary Bryant
Rory O'Shea Was Here 2004 Siobhan
Vanity Fair 2004 Amelia Sedley
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights 2004 Katey Miller
I Capture the Castle 2003 Cassandra Mortmain
Nicholas Nickleby 2002 Kate Nickleby
Daniel Deronda 2002 TV Mini-Series Gwendolen Harleth
Perfect 2001 TV Movie Charlotte
Attachments 2000 TV Series Zoe Atkins
The Last of the Blonde Bombshells 2000 TV Movie Young Elizabeth

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Emma 2009 TV Mini-Series performer - 1 episode
I Capture the Castle 2003 performer: "The Rrrrumba"

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Scrubber 2012 Short

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Scrubber 2012 Short writer

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Scrubber 2012 Short co-producer

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Arqiva British Academy Television Awards 2013 TV Special Herself - Presenter
What You Will 2012 Herself
The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2012 TV Special Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Mini-Series or TV-Movie
Breakfast 2010-2011 TV Series Herself - Guest
On the Edge of War: Uncovering 'Glorious 39' 2010 Video short Herself
Bringing the Past to Life: The Making of 'Atonement' 2008 Video short Herself
How Sweet the Sound: The Story of Amazing Grace 2007 Video documentary short Herself
Dans la tête de Christian Volckman 2006 Video documentary Herself
2nd Annual Directors Guild of Great Britain DGGB Awards 2005 Video Herself - Presenter
MTV Special: Dirty Dancing - Havana Nights 2004 TV Movie documentary Katey Miller

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015 The Barbara Tipple Award TheWIFTS Foundation International Visionary Awards Best Actress
2015 WFCC Award Women Film Critics Circle Awards Women's Work/Best Ensemble Suffragette (2015) · Carey Mulligan
· Helena Bonham Carter
· Meryl Streep
· Anne-Marie Duff
· Grace Stottor
· Amanda Lawrence
· Shelley Longworth
· Sarah Finigan
· Lorraine Stanley
2013 Best Female Character London Short Film Festival, UK Scrubber (2012)
2005 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British Supporting Actress of the Year Inside I'm Dancing (2004)
2002 NBR Award National Board of Review, USA Best Acting by an Ensemble Nicholas Nickleby (2002) · Jamie Bell
· Jim Broadbent
· Tom Courtenay
· Alan Cumming
· Edward Fox
· Christopher Plummer
· Anne Hathaway
· Barry Humphries
· Charlie Hunnam
· Nathan Lane
· Timothy Spall
· Juliet Stevenson

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2013 Critics' Choice TV Award Critics Choice Television Awards Best Actress in a Movie/Miniseries The Hour (2011)
2013 Short Film Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival Scrubber (2012)
2012 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television The Hour (2011)
2012 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best Leading Actress The Crimson Petal and the White (2011)
2012 Broadcasting Press Guild Award Broadcasting Press Guild Awards Best Actress The Crimson Petal and the White (2011)
2012 Best British Short Edinburgh International Film Festival Scrubber (2012)
2012 Gold Derby TV Award Gold Derby Awards TV Movie/Mini Lead Actress The Hour (2011)
2012 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television The Crimson Petal and the White (2011)
2011 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television Emma (2009)
2008 Evening Standard British Film Award Evening Standard British Film Awards Best Actress Atonement (2007)
2008 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Ensemble Cast Atonement (2007) · Brenda Blethyn
· Michelle Duncan
· Keira Knightley
· James McAvoy
· Vanessa Redgrave
· Saoirse Ronan
· Juno Temple
· Harriet Walter
· Julia West
2008 Lumiere Award Lumiere Awards, France Most Promising New Actress (Meilleur Espoir Féminin) Angel (2007)
2006 Silver Logie Logie Awards Most Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series Mary Bryant (2005)
2005 AFI Award Australian Film Institute Best Lead Actress in Television Mary Bryant (2005)
2004 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Supporting Actor/Actress Inside I'm Dancing (2004)
2004 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British Newcomer of the Year I Capture the Castle (2003)
2003 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Most Promising Newcomer I Capture the Castle (2003)
2003 Audience Award European Film Awards Best European Actress Nicholas Nickleby (2002)


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#Fact
1 Returned to work 6 months after giving birth to her daughter to film Legacy (2013).
2 Was 1 month pregnant with her daughter when she completed filming on The Last Days on Mars (2013).
3 Gave birth to her 1st child at age 30, a daughter in March 2013. Child's father is her boyfriend, Sam Hoare.
4 In her Master's degree, she graduated with a first in English Literature from Open University (2010).
5 In January 2008, Romola visited the Syrian-Iraqi border to make a short film called 'No Man's Land' for UNHCR about the 800 Palestinian refugees living in Al Tanaf refugee camp, who have been displaced since the Iraq war.
6 Hailed by The Sunday Times Magazine as one of Britain's finest Rising Stars along with Matthew Goode, Hugh Dancy, Eddie Redmayne, Gemma Arterton, Hayley Atwell, Andrea Riseborough, Richard Coyle, Tom Sturridge, Rachel Hurd-Wood, Eliza Bennett, Daniel Mays and Kaya Scodelario (2009).
7 Named as one of the Actresses of the Year by The Independent (2008) for Angel (2007).
8 Was considered for the female lead in Good (2008), but was not able to do it due to schedule conflicts.
9 Finishing her degree in English Literature from Queen Mary, University of London (2008).
10 Attended the National Youth Theatre.
11 Was officially in the BAFTA long list (equivalent to the semi-finals) for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, for her role in Atonement (2007), which consisted of 15 finalists for each category (except Animated Film). However, she was eliminated in the next round, during which the five official nominees were selected [2008].
12 Received a standing ovation at the Berlin Film Festival for her performance in Angel (2007).
13 Favorite actresses are Samantha Morton and Emily Watson.
14 Loves watching documentaries, her favorites include Bowling for Columbine (2002), The Road to Guantanamo (2006) and Iraq in Fragments (2006).
15 Her favorite horror movie is The Blair Witch Project (1999).
16 Frequently appears dancing in scenes from her films, including Angel (2007), Daniel Deronda (2002) (TV), Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004), I Capture the Castle (2003), Rory O'Shea Was Here (2004) and Vanity Fair (2004).
17 Romola has said her ideal role would be to play the eighteenth century feminist Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797).
18 Her last name, "Garai", is Hungarian and is pronounced like "Garaie".
19 Lives in London, England.
20 Very good friends with Jamie Bell and Charlie Hunnam, whom she met while filming Nicholas Nickleby (2002).
21 Cites Mike Leigh, Michael Winterbottom, Ken Loach, The Coen brothers, David Lynch and Todd Haynes as her favorite directors and would love to work with them in the future.
22 Her proudest work as an actress is Angel (2007).
23 Was Joe Wright's first choice for the role of Elizabeth Bennett in Pride & Prejudice (2005) before Keira Knightley auditioned. But Joe being a huge admirer of Romola's talent then offered her the role of Briony Tallis in Atonement (2007) as he really wanted to work with her.
24 Her favorite movies are The Wizard of Oz (1939), Orlando (1992) and Fargo (1996).
25 While filming Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004), she became good friends with Diego Luna. They remain close and have a very strong bond.
26 Was François Ozon's first and only choice for the role of Angel Deverell in Angel (2007).
27 Is a huge fan of The Simpsons (1989), in fact her favorite TV character of all time is Lisa Simpson.
28 Real hair color is blonde but she occasionally dyes it in real life and for movie roles.
29 Has visited Hong Kong, Singapore, Malta, Venice, Australia, Italy, Belgium and Indonesia.
30 Director François Ozon affectionately calls Romola "his muse".
31 She had no professional dancing experience before arriving on the set of Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004).
32 Her two oldest siblings Ralph and Rosie were adopted as babies before she and her sister were born.
33 Romola's paternal great-grandfather, Bernhard "Bert" Garai, was a Hungarian Jewish immigrant who founded the Keystone Press Agency in London in 1924. Romola's other ancestry is English.
34 She has three siblings: one brother named Ralph and two sisters named Rosie and Roxy.
35 Was brought up in Hong Kong and Singapore until she was 10.
36 Can play the violin.
37 She was at university studying English Literature. She used to sing in a jazz band. A casting agent, scouting at her school for young girls, chose her for her first acting role in The Last of the Blonde Bombshells (2000).

#Quote
1 After the recent birth of my child, I had the misfortune of getting 23 stitches in my vagina, so I didn't think I'd be laughing at anything for a long time.
2 It's too simplistic to say that people start to believe what's written about them. But what happens is that you become a certain way to please people, to be liked, to be what's expected of you, to change yourself so that you become the best possible version of yourself for people who don't know you. And I think that's a terrible, pernicious thing.
3 [on her visit to the Syrian Iraqi border] I learned a lot about the troubled histories of three different groups: the Palestinians from Iraq, the Iraqis themselves, and the Syrian people. This was a lot of information for someone who is no expert on the Middle East to take in, but it was all absolutely necessary to understanding the situation in Syria.
4 I live in London and am lucky to have many friends from school, university and work who are from diverse backgrounds. Some of my closest friends are the children of refugees and I have always been fascinated by their stories and the struggle of how they came to the UK and assimilated into society.
5 I was 20 years old when, despite mass protests against military action, Iraq was invaded in 2003 - it didn't make for motivated political participation, I can tell you. Yet the last year has brought some hope that the horrors of war might soon end and that I might finally be able to take down my press clipping of Tony Blair's head with a dartboard drawn on it. Unfortunately, my trip to Syria in January destroyed any of this optimism, as I saw first hand the colossal mess that the war has made of the lives of the 1.2 million Iraqis who fled their country.
6 When I was a child, I always wanted to be funny and to please people in my family. As you grow up, that instinct becomes more refined, but it's still there. How can it not be? I just don't believe you're capable of being an actor unless you have a desire to experience your emotions in a public way.
7 I feel that it's important to fail now and again. For instance, if I go for a job and I don't get it, that makes me not a better person, but more balanced, more aware of what life is really like.
8 [on playing Briony Tallis in Atonement (2007)] There has to be a real ambiguity about which way her life is going to go. It's a genuine crossroads at the point that I play it. So I think it's important for people to know that she is deeply struggling with this moral conundrum, but not necessarily know whether she is going to find the strength of character to truly absolve herself of this responsibility and find Atonement.
9 I try and do things that I think will be interesting. Sometimes, I get it right in terms of the fact that people like it, and sometimes, I get it wrong in terms of the fact that people don't like it, but I always try and do jobs which I think will be interesting to me and will help me improve as an actor.
10 I've done pieces of work that people have hated that I've been incredibly proud of, and other pieces of work that I've done my best, but I, personally, haven't been very fulfilled by, that people have thought is the best thing since sliced bread.
11 [on François Ozon] He's monumentally gifted - that sounds so terrible and pretentious, I know - but he's made nine brilliant films, all of them so different. So you think to yourself, I might disagree with you on one small thing, but I'm guessing you know what you're doing.
12 The worst thing you can do as a performer is to judge your character in any way, positively or negatively.
13 Hollywood people have their own trailers, but I'm usually in a three-way. I like the camaraderie. But I read somewhere that Nicole Kidman had the whole top floor of a hotel redecorated when she was staying there. I think that's quite a good idea.
14 I hate going to places like Soho House [a trendy London members' club] where everyone is an actor who knows everyone else. If you are all actors how are you going to expand your mind?'
15 I think for me, the really wonderful and memorable moments was the way that I was able to learn so much working with François who's a very, very specific director and because he's engaged in every single element of the process.
16 [on playing Angel Deverell] I think the main challenge is that she's essentially a pretty unattractive person in many ways but you have to approach a character like that believing in them, liking them, trying to understand them and appreciating what their world view is, and so I think that was a challenge occasionally because she wasn't always an easy character to like.
17 [on playing Nina in "The Seagull"] It's very distressing doing that journey every night, and I have to do whatever I can not to get upset. It's a very sad part.
18 I'm desperate to find a contemporary film with a character that's interesting, dignified and complex. I struggle to find those parts, and when I do, they usually go to other actresses.
19 I don't read everything that's written about me. But it filters through. And I know that for everybody that thinks I'm talented and promising, there is somebody out there that thinks that I'm s***!
20 [on working with Rose Byrne] She's brilliant. I think that we were good friends and I liked her a lot. She's a lovely, very sensitive actress. That was one of the most enjoyable parts of the film, working with her.
21 It's taken me a while to realize it takes a lot to be a good actor, and you have to respect the craft. Every job I do, I realise how little I know.
22 I'm very much into self-improvement - particularly with cinema. I've just started watching Hitchcock films and I recently saw Michael Moore's Bowling for Columbine (2002), which was a revelation for me. I do my best to extend my knowledge, but I always seem to be ten steps behind everyone else - but I do try.
23 I didn't decide to take the role because I deliberately wanted to further my career, but so I could be proud of my work.
24 An actor is just a medium through which the director makes his dreams and imagination come to life. An actor should concentrate on his or her character.
25 [on Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004)] I wouldn't have done something that I thought had no merit in it at all, but I did experience a fall-out from being calculating about your career, believing that you should do something in order to get you somewhere else. It was just creatively unfulfilling.
26 If you do a lot of period drama, those female characters, nine times out of 10, are going to represent all the good in the world. As a young actress, there's not a lot that you can do to get away from those roles except try and move within them.
27 [on Hollywood] ... Hollywood? Well, it's still there, last time I looked.
28 [on discovering a passion for dancing during Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004)] I had the time of my life. I have used every part of my body, plus muscles I did not know I had, because the dancing is a combination of salsa and Latin ballroom. It felt like daily aerobics.
29 I am so clumsy. If there's a chance of dropping something or crashing into something, I do it. How sexy is that?
30 [on her co-star Charlie Hunnam while filming Nicholas Nickleby (2002)] He is a beautiful looking man but you are soon sitting down between scenes, having a cigarette, comparing blisters and talking about your agent.
31 The single biggest surprise about acting is how unsexy the lead actors can be when you work with them.
32 [on working with Mira Nair in Vanity Fair (2004)] She has the extraordinary capacity to push you as a performer, and yet never make you feel as if you should be afraid to experiment.
33 For a long time, I was worried about being typecast. But costume drama is a large part of the work in this country. It's just a bit sniffy to turn up your nose at it.
34 [on the Olympics] I do think the Olympics are a curiously male obsession. Who can run the fastest from here to here? You know what I think? Who gives? Because if you're not running to catch a bus or running to buy me a bunch of flowers, I don't care.
35 [on her dating habits] I date nothing but older men. I've reached a stage in my life where I've started to worry whether it's a fetish or not. What did I find out? I suppose that the only real effect of ageing is deep cynicism - that, and you are maybe a little more comfortable with yourself.
36 [on the premiere of Vanity Fair (2004)] I [showed] my boobs and teeth. I'm useless at it. About 40 per cent of success as an actor is now based on whether you're good at being interviewed and how you conduct yourself. And I'm really bad at that.
37 [on the project Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004)] The filmmakers were obsessed with having someone skinny. I just thought, why didn't they get someone like Kate Bosworth, if that's what they wanted? An actress like that wouldn't worry about whether or not the political ideas were being sensitively or subtly dealt with. They'd do the job, smile and look pretty on the cover of Teen Vogue. There I am, 135 pounds and trying to make art! I was so wrong for it!


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