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Also Known As: Carey Hannah Mulligan Died:
Born: May 28, 1985 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: actress

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As a relative newcomer, British actress Carey Mulligan took Hollywood by storm as the sublimely exuberant Jenny in the feature film, "An Education" (2009). The incandescent actress gave a seemingly effortless portrayal of a young girl who falls for a charming, more experienced man in the film that made her a bona fide movie star and, according to critics, a strong contender for an Oscar nomination. The fresh-faced ingénue was suddenly flooded with plum movie roles that billed her opposite established actors like Michael Douglas in "Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps" (2010) and Keira Knightley in "Never Let Me Go" (2010). Mulligan was also romantically linked to A-list actor, Shia LaBeouf, so with that came the inevitable tabloid interest in her as well. While it was a coming-of-age film that kicked Mulligan's career into high gear, it was the actress' penetrating performances both on the big screen and on Broadway that cemented her place as a serious actress worthy of being called "the next Audrey Hepburn."

As a relative newcomer, British actress Carey Mulligan took Hollywood by storm as the sublimely exuberant Jenny in the feature film, "An Education" (2009). The incandescent actress gave a seemingly effortless portrayal of a young girl who falls for a charming, more experienced man in the film that made her a bona fide movie star and, according to critics, a strong contender for an Oscar nomination. The fresh-faced ingénue was suddenly flooded with plum movie roles that billed her opposite established actors like Michael Douglas in "Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps" (2010) and Keira Knightley in "Never Let Me Go" (2010). Mulligan was also romantically linked to A-list actor, Shia LaBeouf, so with that came the inevitable tabloid interest in her as well. While it was a coming-of-age film that kicked Mulligan's career into high gear, it was the actress' penetrating performances both on the big screen and on Broadway that cemented her place as a serious actress worthy of being called "the next Audrey Hepburn."

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 Hold on to Me (2015)
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 Never Let Me Go (2010)
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 Public Enemies (2009)
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 Greatest, The (2009)
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 Brothers (2009)
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Milestones close milestones

2005:
First film role was playing Kitty Bennett in the feature adaptation of Jane Austen's novel "Pride & Prejudice"
2005:
Cast as one of the orphans, Ada Clare, in the BBC adaption of Charles Dickens' "Bleak House"
2006:
Appeared on the British TV series "The Amazing Mrs Pritchard"
2007:
Cast as Isabella Thorpe in the British TV-movie "Northanger Abbey"
2007:
Cast in the revival of "The Seagull"; made her Broadway debut when the play transferred to the U.S. in 2008
2007:
Appeared in a film adaptation of Blake Morrison's memoirs "And When Did You Last See Your Father?"
2007:
Co-starred with Daniel Radcliffe and Kim Catrall in "My Boy Jack"
2009:
Had a small role in Michael Mann's "Public Enemies"
2009:
Played the leading role in the coming-of-age drama "An Education"; earned Golden Globe, SAG and Oscar nominations for Best Actress
2010:
Co-starred opposite Keira Knightley and Andrew Garfield in the drama "Never Let Me Go," based on the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro
2010:
Played Gordon Gekko's (Michael Douglas) estranged daughter Winnie in Oliver Stone's "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps," the sequel to his 1987 Academy Award-winning film
2011:
Cast in the Atlantic Theater Company's off-Broadway production of "Through a Glass Darkly"
2011:
Co-starred with Ryan Gosling in the action film "Drive"
2011:
Played the sister of a New York sex addict (Michael Fassbender) in "Shame"
2013:
Featured as Daisy Buchanan in "The Great Gatsby"
2013:
Appeared in the Coen Brothers film "Inside Llewyn Davis"
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