Emily Blunt

Blunt at the [[25th Screen Actors Guild Awards|2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards]] Emily Olivia Laura Blunt (born 23 February 1983) is a British actress. She is the recipient of several accolades, including a Golden Globe Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award, in addition to nominations for three British Academy Film Awards. ''Forbes'' ranked her as one of the highest-paid actresses in the world in 2020.

Blunt made her acting debut in a 2001 stage production of ''The Royal Family'', and portrayed Catherine Howard in the television miniseries ''Henry VIII'' (2003). She made her feature film debut in the drama ''My Summer of Love'' (2004). Blunt's breakthrough came in 2006 with her starring roles in the television film ''Gideon's Daughter'' and the comedy-drama film ''The Devil Wears Prada''. The former won her a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress. Her profile continued to grow with leading roles in the period film ''The Young Victoria'' (2009), the romantic comedy ''Salmon Fishing in the Yemen'' (2011), the science fiction films ''The Adjustment Bureau'' (2011), ''Looper'' (2012) and ''Edge of Tomorrow'' (2014), and the musical ''Into the Woods'' (2014).

Blunt received critical acclaim for playing a idealistic FBI agent in the crime film ''Sicario'' (2015), an alcoholic in the psychological thriller ''The Girl on the Train'' (2016), and a survivalist mother in her husband John Krasinski's horror film ''A Quiet Place'' (2018), for which she won a SAG Award for Best Supporting Actress. She has since starred in the sequels ''Mary Poppins Returns'' (2018) and ''A Quiet Place Part II'' (2021), the fantasy adventure ''Jungle Cruise'' (2021), the western television miniseries ''The English'' (2022), and portrayed Katherine Oppenheimer in Christopher Nolan's biographical film ''Oppenheimer'' (2023). Provided by Wikipedia
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