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Natalie Portman Filmography

Natalie Portman is an actress, producer, and director with dual Israeli and American citizenship. Portman made her film debut in Luc Besson's action thriller Léon: The Professional where she starred as a vengeful child assassin.[1][2] She followed this by appearing in Michael Mann's crime thriller Heat (1995), Ted Demme's romantic comedy Beautiful Girls (1996), and Tim Burton's science fiction comedy Mars Attacks! (1996). Three years later, her supporting role as the precocious, responsible daughter of a narcissistic mother played by Susan Sarandon in the drama Anywhere but Here earned Portman her first Golden Globe Award nomination.[3][4] In the same year, Portman played Padmé Amidala in the first of the Star Wars prequel trilogy Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace which brought her international recognition.[5][6] She reprised the role in its sequels Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002), and Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005).

For her performance as a stripper in Mike Nichols' romantic drama Closer (2004), she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture, and received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.[7][8][9] Two years later Portman portrayed vigilante Evey Hammond in the political thriller V for Vendetta for which she won the Saturn Award for Best Actress.[10] In the same year, she hosted Saturday Night Live. In 2009, she starred as an adulteress in The Other Woman, which she also executively produced. In 2010, Portman's performance as a mentally tortured ballerina in Darren Aronofsky's psychological horror Black Swan won her the Academy Award for Best Actress, the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama, and the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.[11][12][13][14]

In 2011, she appeared in the comedies No Strings Attached and Your Highness. In the same year, Portman also played Jane Foster, the titular superhero's scientist girlfriend in Thor. She reprised the role in its sequel Thor: The Dark World (2013) and again for Avengers: Endgame (2019). In 2015, she starred in Terrence Malick's romantic drama Knight of Cups, and made her feature film directorial debut with A Tale of Love and Darkness, an adaptation of Amos Oz's autobiographical novel of the same name; she also starred in the film.[15] The following year, Portman portrayed Jacqueline Kennedy in the biographical drama Jackie, for which she received nominations for Best Actress at the BAFTAs, Golden Globes, and Academy Awards.[16][17]

Film

Title Year Role(s) Director(s) Notes Ref(s).
Léon: The Professional 1994 Mathilda Luc Besson [18]
Developing 1995 Nina Marya Cohn Short film [19]
[20]
Heat Laura Michael Mann [21]
Beautiful Girls 1996 Marty Ted Demme [22]
Everyone Says I Love You Laura Woody Allen [23]
Mars Attacks! Taffy Dale Tim Burton [24]
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace 1999 Padmé Amidala George Lucas [25]
Anywhere but Here Ann August Wayne Wang [22]
Where the Heart Is 2000 Novalee Nation Matt Williams [22]
Zoolander 2001 Herself Ben Stiller Cameo [26]
Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones 2002 Padmé Amidala George Lucas [27]
Cold Mountain 2003 Sara Anthony Minghella [22]
Garden State 2004 Samantha Zach Braff [22]
Closer Alice Mike Nichols [28]
Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith 2005 Padmé Amidala George Lucas [29]
Free Zone Rebecca Amos Gitai [30]
V for Vendetta Evey Hammond James McTeigue [22]
Paris, je t'aime 2006 Francine Tom Tykwer[a] Segment: "Faubourg Saint-Denis" [31]
[32]
Goya's Ghosts Inés and Alicia[b] Milo? Forman [22]
My Blueberry Nights 2007 Leslie Wong Kar-wai [33]
Hotel Chevalier Jack's Ex-Girlfriend Wes Anderson Short film [34]
The Darjeeling Limited Cameo [34]
Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium Molly Mahoney Zach Helm [35]
The Other Boleyn Girl 2008 Anne Boleyn Justin Chadwick [22]
The Other Woman 2009 Emilia Greenleaf Don Roos Also executive producer [36]
New York, I Love You Rifka Various[c] Appears in the segment directed by Mira Nair
Also director and writer for one segment
[37]
Brothers Grace Cahill Jim Sheridan [38]
Hesher 2010 Nicole Spencer Susser Also producer [39]
[40]
Black Swan Nina Sayers Darren Aronofsky [41]
No Strings Attached 2011 Emma Kurtzman Ivan Reitman Also executive producer [42]
[43]
Your Highness Isabel David Gordon Green [22]
Thor Jane Foster Kenneth Branagh [22]
Thor: The Dark World 2013 Alan Taylor
Illusions & Mirrors Young Woman Shirin Neshat Short film [44]
The Seventh Fire 2015 -- Jack Pettibone Riccobono Executive producer
Documentary
[45]
Knight of Cups Elizabeth Terrence Malick [46]
The Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards Laura Vanita Shastry[d] Segment: "Lacunae"
A Tale of Love and Darkness Fania Oz Herself Also director and writer [47]
Jane Got a Gun 2016 Jane Hammond Gavin O'Connor Also producer [43]
[48]
[49]
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies -- Burr Steers Producer [43]
[50]
Jackie Jacqueline Kennedy Pablo Larraín [51]
Planetarium Laura Barlow Rebecca Zlotowski [52]
Song to Song 2017 Rhonda Terrence Malick [53]
Annihilation 2018 Lena Alex Garland [54]
[55]
Vox Lux Celeste Brady Corbet Also executive producer [56]
The Death & Life of John F. Donovan Sam Turner Xavier Dolan [57]
Avengers: Endgame 2019 Jane Foster Russo brothers Unused archive footage from Thor: The Dark World and new voice-over [58]
Lucy in the Sky Lucy Cola Noah Hawley Post-production [59]
Dolphin Reef Narrator Alastair Fothergill
Keith Scholey
Post-production; Documentary [60]
Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television

Title Year Role Network Notes Ref(s).
Sesame Street 2003 Herself PBS Season 34, Episode 11 [61]
2004 Season 35, Episode 4 [62]
Hitler's Pawn: The Margaret Lambert Story 2004 Narrator HBO Documentary [43]
Saturday Night Live 2006 Herself / Host NBC Episode: "Natalie Portman / Fall Out Boy" [63]
The Armenian Genocide 2006 Narrator PBS Documentary [64]
The Simpsons 2007 Darcy
(voice)
FOX Episode: "Little Big Girl" [65]
2012 Episode: "Moonshine River" [66]
Angie Tribeca 2017 Christina Craft TBS Episode: "This Sounds Unbelievable, But CSI: Miami Did It" [67]
Saturday Night Live 2018 Herself / Host NBC Episode: "Natalie Portman / Dua Lipa" [68]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The film was an anthology of 18 short films each directed by different directors. Directors in alphabetical order were: Olivier Assayas, Frédéric Auburtin, Paul Mayeda Berges, Gurinder Chadha, Sylvain Chomet, Coen brothers, Isabel Coixet, Wes Craven, Alfonso Cuarón, Gérard Depardieu, Christopher Doyle, Richard LaGravenese, Vincenzo Natali, Alexander Payne, Bruno Podalydès, Walter Salles, Oliver Schmitz, Nobuhiro Suwa, Daniela Thomas, Tom Tykwer, and Gus Van Sant.
  2. ^ Portman played two characters in the film.
  3. ^ The film was an anthology of 11 short films each directed by a different director. In alphabetical order, Fatih Akin, Yvan Attal, Randy Balsmeyer, Allen Hughes, Shunji Iwai, Mira Nair, Brett Ratner, Shekhar Kapur, Joshua Marston, Natalie Portman, and Jiang Wen.
  4. ^ The film was an anthology of 7 short films each directed by different directors. The directors were: Ryan Moody, Mark Columbus, Sarah Kruchowski, Shadae Lamar Smith, Vanita Shastry, Simon Savelyev, and Jeremy David White.

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