Kristin Scott Thomas

One of the most well-regarded actresses of the 1990s and new millennium, England's Kristin Scott Thomas was an Oscar nominee whose poised and elegant work in such films as "Four Weddings and a Funeral" (1994) and "The ... Read more »
Born: 05/24/1960 in Cornwall, England, GB


Actor (72)

Suite Francaise 2015 (Movie)

Madame Angellier (Actor)

My Old Lady 2014 (Movie)

Chloé Girard (Actor)

Avant l'hiver 2013 (Movie)

Lucie (Actor)

In the House 2013 (Movie)

Jeanne Germain (Actor)

Only God Forgives 2013 (Movie)

Crystal (Actor)

The Invisible Woman 2013 (Movie)

Mrs. Ternan (Actor)

Bel Ami 2012 (Movie)

Virginie Rousset (Actor)

Cherchez Hortense 2012 (Movie)


Salmon Fishing in the Yemen 2012 (Movie)

Patricia Maxwell (Actor)

Sous ton emprise 2012 (Movie)


The Woman in the Fifth 2012 (Movie)

Margit (Actor)

Love Crime 2011 (Movie)

Christine (Actor)

Sarah's Key 2011 (Movie)

Julia Jarmond (Actor)

The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch 2011 (Movie)

Ann Ferguson (Actor)

Leaving 2010 (Movie)

Suzanne (Actor)

Nowhere Boy 2010 (Movie)

Mimi Smith (Actor)

Confessions of a Shopaholic 2009 (Movie)

Alette Naylor (Actor)

Easy Virtue 2009 (Movie)

Veronica Whittaker (Actor)

I've Loved You So Long 2008 (Movie)

Juliette (Actor)

Seuls Two 2008 (Movie)


Tell No One 2008 (Movie)

Hélène Perkins (Actor)

The Other Boleyn Girl 2008 (Movie)

Lady Elizabeth Boleyn (Actor)

The Golden Compass 2007 (Movie)

Voice of Stelmaria (Actor)

The Valet 2007 (Movie)

Christine (Actor)

The Walker 2007 (Movie)

Lynn Lockner (Actor)

Keeping Mum 2006 (Movie)

Gloria Goodfellow (Actor)

Chromophobia 2005 (Movie)

Iona Aylesbury (Actor)

Man To Man 2005 (Movie)

Elena Van Den Ende (Actor)

Arsene Lupin 2004 (Movie)

Josephine Balsamo (Actor)

Small Cuts 2003 (Movie)


Gosford Park 2001 (Movie)

Lady Sylvia McCordle (Actor)

Life As A House 2001 (Movie)

Robin Kimball (Actor)

Robert Redford: Hollywood Outlaw 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)


Up At the Villa 2000 (Movie)

Mary Panton (Actor)

Random Hearts 1999 (Movie)

Kay Chandler (Actor)

The Horse Whisperer 1998 (Movie)

Annie MacLean (Actor)

Amour et Confusions 1997 (Movie)

Sarah (Actor)

Souvenir 1997 (Movie)

Orlando's Boss (Actor)

The Revengers' Comedies 1997 (Movie)

Imogen Staxton-Billing (Actor)

Angels & Insects 1996 (Movie)

Matty Crompton (Actor)

Mission: Impossible 1996 (Movie)

Sarah Davies (Actor)

The English Patient 1996 (Movie)

Katharine Clifton (Actor)

The Pompatus of Love 1996 (Movie)

Caroline (Actor)

Le Confessional 1995 (Movie)

Hitchcock's secretary (Actor)

Richard III 1995 (Movie)

Lady Anne (Actor)

An Unforgettable Summer 1994 (Movie)

Marie-Therese Von Debretsy (Actor)

Bitter Moon 1994 (Movie)

Fiona (Actor)

Body and Soul 1993 - 1994 (TV Show)


Four Weddings and A Funeral 1994 (Movie)

Fiona (Actor)

Les Milles 1994 (Movie)

Mary Jane Cooper (Actor)

Look at It This Way 1992 - 1993 (TV Show)


Mayday 1993 (Movie)

Unemployed Man's Wife (Actor)

The Bachelor 1992 (Movie)

Sabine (Actor)

In the Eyes of the World 1991 (Movie)

Teacher (Actor)

Le Bal du Gouverneur 1990 (Movie)

Marie Forestier (Actor)

The Endless Game 1989 - 1990 (TV Show)


The Secret Life of Ian Fleming 1989 - 1990 (TV Show)


Bille en Tete 1989 (Movie)

Carla (Actor)

Force Majeure 1989 (Movie)

Katia (Actor)

Graham Greene's "The Tenth Man" 1988 - 1989 (TV Show)


Valentino, I Love You 1989 (Movie)


A Handful of Dust 1988 (Movie)

Brenda Last (Actor)

La Meridienne 1988 (Movie)


Agent Trouble 1987 (Movie)

Julie (Actor)

Under the Cherry Moon 1986 (Movie)

Mary Sharon (Actor)

Framed (TV Show)


Gulliver's Travels (TV Show)


Play (TV Show)


Sentimental Journey (Movie)


Titmuss Regained (TV Show)


Weep No More My Lady (TV Show)



One of the most well-regarded actresses of the 1990s and new millennium, England's Kristin Scott Thomas was an Oscar nominee whose poised and elegant work in such films as "Four Weddings and a Funeral" (1994) and "The English Patient" (1996) impressed critics and moviegoers alike. After an auspicious debut in the Prince-directed "Under the Cherry Moon" (1986), she quickly proved herself capable of holding her own with such esteemed film legends as Judi Dench and Alec Guinness in "A Handful of Dust" (1988) before establishing herself as an international star with "The English Patient." A stint in Hollywood yielded hits like "Mission: Impossible" (1996) and "The Horse Whisperer" (1998), but she was soon back in Europe for independent-minded productions. Her profile was raised considerably by acclaimed performances on stage in "The Seagull" in 2007 and in the French feature "I've Loved You So Long" (2008), both of which cemented her status as one of the United Kingdom's most enduring and acclaimed actresses.


Tobias Menzies Actor

Met while appearing in Chekhov's play "Three Sisters" (2003) in London's West End No longer together

François Olivennes

Married 1987 Divorced 2005

Hannah Olivennes

Born 1988; father, François Olivennes

George Olivennes

Born September 2000; father, François Olivennes

Joseph Olivennes

Born March 1991; father, François Olivennes

Serena Scott Thomas Actor

Born Sept. 21, 1961

Simon Scott Thomas

Served in the British Royal Navy Died in a flying accident 1964

Deborah Scott Thomas

Raised in Hong Kong and Africa Remarried to another Royal Navy pilot, who also died in a flying accident six years after the death of her first husband


Ecole Nationale des Arts et Techniques de Theatre


Central School of Speech and Drama

London , England
Originally enrolled in the teacher training program before switching to drama; dropped out

Cheltenham Ladies' College

Left school at age 16



Co-starred with Robert Pattinson in the Parisian-set period drama "Bel Ami," based on the novel by Guy de Maupassant


Cast opposite Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt in "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen," based on the novel by Paul Torday


Cast opposite Ethan Hawke in thriller "The Woman in the Fifth"


Cast in a revival of Harold Pinter's "Betrayal" at the West End's Comedy Theatre


Played Lennon's Aunt Mimi in "Nowhere Boy," a British biopic about John Lennon's adolescence


Co-starred in "Easy Virtue," an adaptation of the play by Noël Coward


Made Broadway debut, reprising her role as Arkadina in the New York revival of "The Seagull"


Starred in the French feature "I've Loved You So Long," written and directed by Philippe Claudel


Cast as Lady Elizabeth Boleyn (Mary and Anne's mother) in "The Other Boleyn Girl"


Nominated for the 2008 Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama ("I've Loved You So Long")


Played Daniel Auteuil's chilly wife in "The Valet"


Cast as volatile Arkadina in the London production of "The Seagull"


Played a bored housewife opposite Rowan Atkinson in the British comedy "Keeping Mum"


Starred in the play "Three Sisters" at the Playhouse Theatre in London


Joined an ensemble cast in Robert Altman's "Gosford Park"


Played Kevin Kline's ex-wife in "Life as a House"


Appeared in the romantic comedy "Confessions of a Shopaholic," adapted from the books written by Sophie Kinsella


Re-teamed with Minghella in the short film "Play," adapted from the Samuel Beckett drama


Teamed with Harrison Ford for the Sydney Pollack directed "Random Hearts"


Co-starred opposite Robert Redford in "The Horse Whisperer"; also directed by Redford


Earned Best Actress Oscar nomination for her performance in Anthony Minghella's "The English Patient"


Had a small role opposite Tom Cruise in "Mission: Impossible"


Breakthrough role as Fiona in Mike Newell's "Four Weddings and a Funeral"; second collaboration with Hugh Grant


Gained international recognition starring opposite Hugh Grant in Roman Polanski's "Bitter Moon"


Co-starred in "A Handful of Dust" opposite Judi Dench and James Wilby


Film debut, "Under the Cherry Moon" opposite pop star Prince


Made stage debut in "La Lune déclinante sur 4 ou 5 personnes qui dansent" in Paris

Left drama school in London to work as an au pair in Paris


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