|Madame Bovary||2000 1999 - 2000||Actor||Emma Bovary||20007|
|Vegas||2013 2013||Actor||Barbara Kent||20137|
|Kiss Or Kill||1997||Actor||Nicole Ann 'Nikki' Davis||19977|
|Cashmere Mafia||2008 2007 - 2008||Actor||Zoe Burden||20087|
|Book of Love||2003||Actor||Elaine Walker||20037|
|The Missing||2016 2014 - 2016||Actor||Emily Hughes||20167|
|Darwin's Darkest Hour||Actor||n/a||7|
|Poetic Unreason||2014||Actor||Laura Riding||20147|
|Love and Other Catastrophes||1997||Actor||Mia||19977|
|The Lazarus Child||2006||Actor||n/a||20067|
|Little Red Wagon||2012||Actor||Margaret||20127|
|Mr. Selfridge||2014 2013 - 2014||Actor||Rose Selfridge||20147|
|A.I. Artificial Intelligence||2001||Actor||Monica Swinton||20017|
|Thank God He Met Lizzie||1998||Actor||Jenny Follett||19987|
|A Little Bit of Soul||1999||Actor||Kate Haslett||19997|
|Mansfield Park||1999||Actor||Fanny Price||19997|
|The Importance of Being Earnest||2002||Actor||Gwendolyn Fairfax||20027|
|The Truth About Emanuel||2012||Actor||Janice||20127|
|Best Man Down||2013||Actor||Jaime||20137|
|Iron Jawed Angels||Actor||Lucy Burns||7|
|Jayne Mansfield's Car||2011||Actor||Camilla Bedford||20117|
|Portrayed Gwendolyn in the remake of "The Importance of Being Earnest"|
|Cast as Monica, the adoptive mother of a robotic child, in "A.I. Artificial Intelligence"|
|Returned to the Melbourne Theater Company to star in "The Herbal Bed"|
|Had co-starring role in the Dublin set feature "About Adam", featuring Kate Hudson and Stuart Townsend (released in the USA in 2001)|
|Played the idealized ex-girlfriend of the protagonist in "Thank God He Met Lizzie"; also nominated for the Australian Film Institute Award as Best Actress|
|Played the title character in the BBC-1 presentation of the Flaubert classic "Madame Bovary" (aired in USA in February)|
|Appeared in support of Geoffrey Rush in Patrick Duncan's "A Little Bit of Soul"|
|Starred as Fanny Price in Patricia Rozema's adaptation of Jane Austen's "Mansfield Park"|
|Cast in female lead of the film version of Michael Crichton's novel "Timeline"|
|After graduation from drama school, joined Melbourne Theatre Company|
|Had supporting role in "Windtalkers", directed by John Woo|
|Feature debut in "Love and Other Catastrophes", playing a lesbian university student as part of an ensemble that also included Matt Day; also sang in the film|
|Spent one year in Japan modeling and teaching English as a second language|
|Starred as the object of Brendan Fraser's affection in the remake of "Bedazzled"|
|Born in Oxford, England but raised in Perth, Australia|
|Appeared in the Australian TV series "Halifax f.p."|
|Reteamed with Fraser on the London stage in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"|
|Starred opposite Day in "Kiss or Kill"; was nominated for the Australian Film Institute Award as Best Actress|
|Curtin University of Technology|
|Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts|
|"I was raised Catholic. Being Catholic is good for actors. Repression really encourages creativity." --O'Connor quoted in Interview, December 1997.|
|On "Kiss or Kill": "The whole movie was improvised, pretty much. We'd have a page, each day, that sort of told us where the characters started from and where they were going, and all the rest we worked out ourselves, It's a very challenging way of acting, and very rewarding." --O'Connor quoted in Winston-Salem Journal, June 5, 1998.|
|O'Connor on tackling Hollywood: "I'm just a little fish in a huge market over here. I've been watching 'Sesame Street' since I was 3. I think I can manage Big Bird's accent." --quoted in Winston-Salem Journal, June 5, 1998.|
|"I feel that a lot of hard work has really paid off, though I think a lot if it has to do with luck, synchronicity, and just being at the right place at the right time. But I've always believed that if you stay positive, good things come along." --O'Connor quoted in Urban Cinefile, July 7, 1998.|
|O'Connor on the timelessness of "Mansfield Park": "People think the Regency period was stuffy, or that people were different then, but they weren't.
"We all fall in love, have affairs we shouldn't have, we all question our own sense of truth or what we want in life." --quoted in Toronto Sun, September 16, 1999.
|"Mansfield Park" director Patricia Rozema on O'Connor: "She's just so breathtakingly natural and so full of life, it's a joy to watch her. She doesn't have a remote quality at all. You fall into her situation and her personality really easily, and she's authentic, which is what I wanted the character to be." --to Chicago Tribune, November 28, 1999.|
|"It was a little bit Alice in Wonderland to me. In some ways it didn't feel real." --Frances O'Connor on her first big-budget Hollywood film experience, "Bedazzled", quoted in Movieline, August 2000.|
|Raised Roman Catholic|
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