|Born name||Carey Hannah Mulligan|
|Date of birth||28-May-85|
|Spouse(s)/Husband||Marcus Mumford (m. 2012)|
|Net Worth||$16 million|
Carey Mulligan was born in London in 1985 but spent his early childhood in Germany. From this period dates her first emotions as an actress: at six, she climbed on stage for the first time on the occasion of a musical comedy proposed by her school. Returning to the English capital at 8, it was at the Woldingham School that she learned the art of the stage and reinforced her passion.
Thanks to her pellet she writes directly to the casting director without any real reference - the girl takes down her first stripes of the actress with a small role in Pride and Prejudice (2005) by Joe Wright, only 18 years old. She was more noticed three years later thanks to the adaptation of The Seagull by Chekhov, in which she shared the stage alongside Kristin Scott Thomas and Peter Sarsgaard. The following three years offered the actress the opportunity to improve her skills during various television appearances, notably through the series The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard and Doctor Who.
But Carey Mulligan's career took off in 2009 when she successively replied to Johnny Depp in the thriller of the master Michael Mann, "Public Enemies 2009", and then to Natalie Portman in the family drama film "Brothers 2009", directed by Jim Sheridan. The following year, she really made herself known to the general public with the title role of "An Education 2009", where her moving interpretation was crowned with the award for best actress at the BAFTA and an Oscar nomination. She finds Peter Sarsgaard for the occasion.
The actress then continues her career in a big production, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps from Oliver Stone, where she rubs shoulders with Michael Douglas and Shia LaBeouf. Six years after Pride and prejudice, she finds Keira Knightley in "Never Let Me Go 2010" where she plays a young girl in love confronted with a terrible reality. In love, she is also highly praised in the movie "Drive 2011" with Ryan Gosling who turns her head.
Her career now seems well and truly launched since we find her in the casting of "Shame 2011" directed by Steve McQueen (II), evoking the theme of sexual addiction through the character portrayed by Michael Fassbender, and "The Great Gatsby 2013", in which she takes top billing alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, as well as "Inside Llewyn Davis 2013" of Ethan and Joel Coen with Oscar Isaac, and Justin Timberlake.
After two years away from the cinema, Carey Mulligan returns to the big screen in 2015 with the film "Suffragette 2015" directed by Sarah Gavron. In the feature film tracing the true story of British activists claiming the right to vote in a conservative England, the actress plays alongside Meryl Streep and Helena Bonham Carter.
On the private side, the actress meets Shia LaBeouf on the set of Wall Street: money never sleeps. Their romance lasts a year. But Carey Mulligan was quickly comforted by this love disappointment in the arms of Marcus Mumford, the leader of the Mumford & Sons group. The couple married on April 23, 2012.
In October, Carey Mulligan, during a television interview, reveals having given birth to a little girl in September 2015, named Evelyn Grace. In the summer of 2017, she gives birth to her second child Wilfred Mumford.
|2005||Pride & Prejudice||Kitty Bennet|
|2007||And When Did You Last See Your Father?||Rachel|
|Public Enemies||Carol Slayman|
|An Education||Jenny Mellor|
|2010||Never Let Me Go||Kathy H|
|Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps||Winnie Gekko|
|2013||The Great Gatsby||Daisy Buchanan|
|Inside Llewyn Davis||Jean Berkey|
|2015||Far from the Madding Crowd||Bathsheba Everdene|
|2020||Promising Young Woman||Cassie Thomas|
|2020||The Dig||Edith Pretty|
|2005||Bleak House||Ada Clare|
|2006||The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard||Emily Pritchard|
|2006||Agatha Christie's Marple: The Sittaford Mystery||Violet Willett|
|2006||Trial & Retribution X: Sins of the Father||Emily Harrogate|
|2007||Waking the Dead||Sister Bridgid|
|2007||Northanger Abbey||Isabella Thorpe|
|2007||My Boy Jack||Elsie Kipling|
|2007||Doctor Who||Sally Sparrow|
|2014||The Spoils of Babylon||Lady Anne York|
|2018||Collateral||Det. Inspector Kip Glaspie|
|2004||Forty Winks||Hermia||Royal Court Theatre, London|
|2005–06||The Hypochondriac||Angelique||Almeida Theatre, London|
|2007||The Seagull||Nina Zarechnaya||Royal Court Theatre, London|
|2008||Walter Kerr Theatre, Broadway|
|2011||Through a Glass Darkly||Karin||Atlantic Theatre Company, Off-Broadway|
|2014||Skylight||Kyra Hollis||Wyndham's Theatre, West End|
|2015||Golden Theatre, Broadway|
|2018||Girls & Boys||Performer||Royal Court Theatre, London|
|Minetta Lane Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|2009||Academy Award||Best Actress||Nominated|
|2009||Golden Globe Awards||Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama||Nominated|
|2009||British Academy Film Award||Rising Star Award||Nominated|
|Best Actress in a Leading Role||Won|
|2009||Screen Actors Guild Award||Best Female Actor - Motion Picture||Nominated|
|Outstanding Ensemble in a Motion Picture||Nominated|
|2009||Critics Choice Movie Awards||Best Movie Actress||Nominated|
|2011||British Academy Film Award||Best Actress in a Supporting Role||Nominated|
|2011||Critics' Choice Movie Award||Best Movie Supporting Actress||Nominated|
|2017||Screen Actors Guild Award||Outstanding Ensemble in a Motion Picture||Nominated|
|2017||Independent Spirit Award||Robert Altman Award||Won|
|2018||Best Female Lead||Nominated|
|2008||Drama Desk Award||Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play||Nominated|
|2012||Outstanding Actress in a Play||Nominated|
|2015||Tony Award||Best Leading Actress in a Play||Nominated|
|2019||Drama Desk Award||Outstanding Solo Performance||Nominated|