Natalie Dormer Biography
Natalie Dormer is a prominent British actress. She trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London. In 2010 she made her debut at the Young Vic in the play Sweet Nothings and portrayed the Duchess of York in Madonna’s film W.E.(2011) and Private Lorraine in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011). She is also known for playing Irene Adler/Moriarty on the CBS series Elementary between 2013-15, and Cressida in the science fiction adventure films The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (2014) and Part 2 (2015), and Sara Price/Jess Price in The Forest (2016).
Natalie Dormer Age
She was born on February 11, 1982, in Reading, Berkshire, England. She is 37 years.
Natalie Dormer Boyfriend
She broke up with her longtime fiancee Anthony Byrne after an 11-year relationship. She began dating Byrne in 2007 and had been engaged since 2011 when Byrne proposed on a boat in India. She is currently single.
Natalie Dormer Height | Weight
She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches and weighs 56 kg.
Natalie Dormer Net worth
She an English actress who has a net worth of $6 million.
Natalie Dormer Early life
She was born to Gary Dormer and Claire Richards. She is half Welsh and partly of Norwegian descent. She attended Chiltern Edge Secondary School before moving to Reading Blue Coat School. She was head girl, a first-class student, vice-captain of the school netball team, and traveled the world with her school’s public speaking team.
She trained in dance at the Allenova School of Dancing. Her first professional acting role was in 2003, in the Shakespeare comedy The Comedy of Errors.
Natalie Dormer Career
She won the role of Victoria in Casanova six months after graduating from Webber Douglas. This was her film debut and the film was released in 2005. She later had a small part Distant Shores. After filming Casanova she was attached to an independent film which kept being delayed because of financial constraints.
The Tudors and Breakthrough 2007-2011
She played Anne Boley in the first two seasons of The Tudors in 2007 and 2008. She received highly positive reviews. The Boston Herald noted: “Dormer gave Anne Boleyn life, making her not just a beautiful schemer but a rebellious, defiantly independent tragic hero in the tradition of Rebel Without a Cause and Cool Hand Luke… her departure from The Tudors leaves a tremendous void.”
She played Moira Nicholson in Agatha Christie’s Marple: “Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?” in 2008. She also appeared in the film City of Life. She went on to film some new roles including the Duchess of York in Madonna’s film W.E., Pvt. Lorraine in Captain America: The First Avenger, and Niamh Cranitch in the BBC court drama Silk.
Game of Thrones, Hunger Games and Recognition 2012-16
In the HBO fantasy TV series Game of Thrones, she played Margaery Tyrell from 2012- 2016. In 2012, 2014, 2015, and 2016 she was nominated for four Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series along with the rest of the ensemble cast.
In 2015 the British film magazine Empire awarded the cast the Empire Hero Award. She won the Ewwy Award for the Best Supporting Actress- Drama for her performance in the third season of the show. She played the Lady Door in the radio play of Neverwhere based on the novel by Neil Gaiman in March 2013.
In the final three episodes of the first season of the CBS series Elementary, she played Irene Adler. In the films The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 and Part 2 she played Cressida. She starred in the Lava Bear Films/David S Goyer-produced horror film The Forest. In May 2018 she co-wrote and starred as a blind pianist in revenge thriller In Darkness.
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