Judy Davis
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The Break-Up (2006)
[ Joey Lauren Adams ][ Ann-Margret ][ Alanis Morissette ][ Barbara Harris ][ Jennifer Aniston ]
Marie Antoinette (2006)
[ Kirsten Dunst ][ Asia Argento ][ Shirley Henderson ][ Rose Byrne ][ Molly Shannon ]
A Little Thing Called Murder (2006)
[ Cynthia Stevenson ]
Coast to Coast (2004)
[ Selma Blair ]
The Reagans (2003)
Swimming Upstream (2003)
The Man Who Sued God (2001)
[ Emily Browning ][ Wendy Hughes ]
Gaudi Afternoon (2001)
[ Juliette Lewis ][ Lili Taylor ][ Marcia Gay-Harden ][ Maria Barranco ]
Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows (2001)
[ Lindy Booth ][ Cynthia Gibb ][ Alison Pill ]
A Cooler Climate (1999)
[ Sally Field ][ Carly Pope ][ Jessalyn Gilsig ]
Dash and Lilly (1999)
[ Bebe Neuwirth ]
Celebrity (1998)
[ Charlize Theron ][ Famke Janssen ][ Winona Ryder ][ Melanie Griffith ][ Allison Janney ]
The Echo of Thunder (1998)
[ Emily Browning ]
Deconstructing Harry (1997)
[ Jennifer Garner ][ Demi Moore ][ Elisabeth Shue ][ Kirstie Alley ][ Julia Louise Dreyfus ]
Absolute Power (1997)
[ Laure Linney ][ Alison Eastwood ][ Melora Hardin ][ Penny Johnson ]
Blood and Wine (1996)
[ Jennifer Lopez ]
Children of the Revolution (1996)
[ Rachel Griffiths ]
Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story (1995)
[ Glenn Close ][ Molly Parker ][ Wendy Makkena ]
The New Age (1994)
[ Paula Marshall ][ Susan Traylor ][ Lisa Pescia ]
The Ref (1994)
[ Christine Baranski ][ Glynis Johns ]
Dark Blood (1993)
Husbands and Wives (1992)
[ Juliette Lewis ][ Mia Farrow ][ Blythe Danner ][ Lysette Anthony ]
On My Own (1992)
[ Rachel Blanchard ]
Naked Lunch (1991)
One Against the Wind (1991)
[ Kate Beckinsale ]
Where Angels Fear to Tread (1991)
[ Helena Bonham Carter ][ Helen Mirren ]
Barton Fink (1991)
Impromptu (1991)
[ Emma Thompson ][ Bernadette Peters ]
Alice (1990)
[ Mia Farrow ][ Blythe Danner ][ Cybill Shepherd ][ Julie Kavner ][ Elle Macpherson ]
Flowers by Request (1990)
Georgia (1988)
High Tide (1987)
[ Claudia Karvan ]
Rocket to the Moon (1986)
[ Connie Booth ]
Kangaroo (1986)
A Passage to India (1984)
The Merry Wives of Windsor (1982)
Who Dares Wins (1982)
[ Ingrid Pitt ]
A Woman Called Golda (1982)
[ Ingrid Bergman ]
Heatwave (1982)
[ Joy Smithers ]
Winter of Our Dreams (1981)
Hoodwink (1981)
[ Wendy Hughes ]
Water Under the Bridge (1980)
[ Rowena ][ Jacki Weaver ]
My Brilliant Career (1979)
[ Wendy Hughes ][ Simone Buchanan ]
High Rolling (1977)
[ Wendy Hughes ]
Clean Straw for Nothing (1976)

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Known for her intense intelligence and the range of unconventional characters she has brought to life, Australian actress Judy Davis has had a fairly brilliant career. Born in Perth, Western Australia, on April 23, 1955, Davis rebelled against her Catholic upbringing by leaving home at the age of 17 to join a rock band, which toured across Asia for six months. Upon her return to Australia, she soon gave up her singing career to attend the Western Australia Institute of Technology and then concentrated on another branch of performing at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. At NIDA she trained with the likes of Mel Gibson, with whom she starred in a school production of Romeo and Juliet.In her subsequent stage work, Davis gravitated toward characters whose significant traits alternated between steel-like strength and vacillating vulnerability: She played the title roles in Lulu and Piaf. In films from 1977, Davis ascended to stardom as Sybilla Melvin in director Gillian Armstrong's My Brilliant Career (1979), a performance that won her several awards, including the Australian and British equivalents of the Oscar. She was likewise showered with industry and film-festival honors for her work in Hoodwink (1981), The Winter of Our Dreams (1982), Heatwave (1982), and Kangaroo (1984), appearing in the latter film with her husband, Colin Friels. She was nominated for an Emmy for her portrayal of young Golda Meir in the TV miniseries A Woman Called Golda (1982), and earned her first Oscar nomination for her interpretation of the enigmatic Adela Quested in David Lean's A Passage to India in 1984.Described by one colleague as "the patron saint of modern emotions," Davis has never done anything by halves: She was a lusty George Sand in Impromptu (1991), the junkie wife of William Lee in Naked Lunch (1991), a bibulous, self-destructive Hollywood ghostwriter in Barton Fink (1991), an overbearing ex-spouse in Woody Allen's Husbands and Wives (1992) (the second of her Oscar-nominated turns), and a hostage from Hell in The Ref (1994). Davis' films during the second half of the '90s were marked by a notably uneven quality, and she could be seen in everything from the wildly idiosyncratic Children of the Revolution (1996) to further collaborations with Allen, Deconstructing Harry (1997) and Celebrity (1998). In 1999, she received another Emmy nomination for her work in Dash and Lilly, in which she starred as Lillian Hellman opposite Sam Shepard as Dashiell Hammett. Even though that particular award eluded her grasp, it was but a few short years later that Davis would be recognized with a Golden Globe for her performance in Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows.

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