Naomi Ellen Watts
28 September 1968
Shoreham, Kent, England, United Kingdom
as actress in television since 1986 (age 18)
as actress in feature films since 1986 (age 18)
as producer of feature films since 2001 (age 33)
She made her film debut in a drama “For Love Alone” in 1986.
Watts rose to international prominence for playing in “Mulholland Drive” (2001) and in “The Ring” (2002). She subsequently received nominations for the Academy Award and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actress for her performance in “21 Grams” (2003).
For her role as Maria Bennett in the disaster film The “Impossible” (2012), Watts received further nominations for the Academy Award and Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actress, as well as a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress.
Roles portrayed by Naomi Watts
TBA Naomi Watts as in Penguin Bloom
The film directed by Glendyn Ivin, it follows a family takes in an injured Magpie that makes a profound difference in their lives.
TBA Naomi Watts as June Engle in The Burning Season
The film directed by Claire McCarthy, it follows a scientist brings her teenage daughter to a remote region of Madagascar, where her determination to save endangered lemurs puts their relationship and safety at risk.
TBA Naomi Watts in Once Upon a Time in Staten Island
Plot is unknown at this time.
2019 Naomi Watts as Jemma Wells in Boss Level
It’s an action sci-fi thriller directed by Joe Carnahan. Its plot revolves around a retired special forces officer is trapped in a never ending time loop on the day of his death.
2019 Naomi Watts as Amy Edgar in Luce
Film’s plot revolves around a married couple (Watts and Tim Roth), which is forced to reckon with their idealized image of their son Luce (Kelvin Harrison Jr.), adopted from war-torn Eritrea, after an alarming discovery by a devoted high school teacher.
Director: Julius Onah
2019 Naomi Watts as June Leigh in The Wolf Hour
The film star Watts as the title character. Her personage was once a known counter-culture figure, but that was a decade ago. She now lives alone in her South Bronx apartment, having all but cut herself off from the outside world.
Director: Alistair Banks Griffin
2018 Naomi Watts as Queen Gertrude / Mechthild in Ophelia
Its a historical romantic drama film directed by Claire McCarthy about the character of the same name from William Shakespeare’s play “Hamlet”. Based on the novel by Lisa Klein, the film follows the story of Hamlet from Ophelia’s perspective. It stars Daisy Ridley in the title role.
Watts starred as Hamlet’s mother and Queen of Denmark. Also in this film she played Gertrude’ sister.
2018 Naomi Watts as Fox News Anchor in Vice
Its a biographical comedy-drama film directed by Adam McKay. The film stars Christian Bale as former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney. Watts plays a small role.
2017 Naomi Watts as Susan Carpenter in The Book of Henry
2017 Naomi Watts as Rose Mary Walls in The Glass Castle
2016 Naomi Watts as Mary in Shut In
2016 Naomi Watts as Linda Wepner in Chuck
2016 Naomi Watts as Evelyn Johnson-Eaton in The Divergent Series: Allegiant
2015 Naomi Watts as Evelyn Johnson-Eaton in Insurgent
2015 Naomi Watts as Joan Brennan in The Sea of Trees
2015 Naomi Watts as Maggie in About Ray
2015 Naomi Watts as Karen Moreno in Demolition
2014 Naomi Watts as Lesley Truman in Birdman
2014 Naomi Watts as Daka Paramova in St. Vincent
2014 Naomi Watts as Cornelia Schrebnick in While We’re Young
2013 Naomi Watts as Samantha in Movie 43 Segment: “Homeschooled”
2013 Naomi Watts as Lil in Adore
2013 Naomi Watts as Melissa in Sunlight Jr.
2013 Naomi Watts as Diana, Princess of Wales in Diana
2012 Naomi Watts as Maria Bennett in The Impossible
2011 Naomi Watts as Ann Patterson in Dream House
2011 Naomi Watts as Helen Gandy in J. Edgar
2010 Naomi Watts as Sally Channing in You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger
2010 Naomi Watts as Valerie Plame Wilson in Fair Game
2009 Naomi Watts as Eleanor Whitman in The International
2009 Naomi Watts as Elizabeth Joyce in Mother and Child
2007 Naomi Watts as Anna Khitrova in Eastern Promises
2007 Naomi Watts as Ann Farber in Funny Games
2006 Naomi Watts as Kitty Fane in The Painted Veil
2005 Naomi Watts as Ellie Parker in Ellie Parker
2005 Naomi Watts as Rachel Keller in The Ring Two
2005 Naomi Watts as Lila Culpepper in Stay
2005 Naomi Watts as Ann Darrow in King Kong
2004 Naomi Watts as Edith Evans in We Don’t Live Here Anymore
2004 Naomi Watts as Marie Andersen Bicke in The Assassination of Richard Nixon
2004 Naomi Watts as Dawn Campbell in I Heart Huckabees
2003 Naomi Watts as Julia Cook in Ned Kelly
2003 Naomi Watts as Roxeanne de Persand in Le Divorce
2003 Naomi Watts as Cristina Peck in 21 Grams
2002 Naomi Watts as Suzie Rabbit in Rabbits
2002 Naomi Watts as Rachel Keller in The Ring
2002 Naomi Watts as Meredith Mainwaring in Plots with a View Also released as Undertaking Betty
2001 Naomi Watts as Jennifer Evans in Down Also released as The Shaft
2001 Naomi Watts as Betty Elms/Diane Selwyn in Mulholland Dr.
1999 Naomi Watts as Alice in Strange Planet
1998 Naomi Watts as Guila De Lezze in Dangerous Beauty
1997 Naomi Watts as Louise in Under the Lighthouse Dancing
1996 Naomi Watts as Grace Rhodes in Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering
1996 Naomi Watts as Molly in Persons Unknown
1995 Naomi Watts as Jet Girl in Tank Girl
1993 Naomi Watts as Shopping Cart Starlet in Matinee
1993 Naomi Watts as Fanny Grey in Wide Sargasso Sea
1993 Naomi Watts as Jennifer Carter in Gross Misconduct
1993 Naomi Watts as Louise in The Custodian
1991 Naomi Watts as Janet Odgers in Flirting
1986 Naomi Watts as Leo’s girlfriend in For Love Alone