Jennifer Connelly
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Jennifer Connelly

Jennifer Lynn Connelly (born December 12, 1970) is an American actress who began her career as a child model. She appeared in magazine, newspaper, and television advertising, before she made her film acting debut in the crime film Once Upon a Time in America (1984). Connelly continued modeling and acting, starring in a number of films, including the horror film Phenomena (1985), the musical fantasy film Labyrinth (1986), the romantic comedy Career Opportunities (1991), and the period superhero film The Rocketeer (1991). She gained critical acclaim for her work in the science fiction film Dark City (1998) and for playing a drug addict in Darren Aronofsky's 2000 drama Requiem for a Dream. At the 74th Academy Awards, Connelly won Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Alicia Nash in Ron Howard's biopic A Beautiful Mind (2001). Her subsequent credits include the Marvel superhero film Hulk (2003), in which she played Bruce Banner's love interest Betty Ross, the horror film Dark Water (2005), the drama Blood Diamond (2006), the science fiction film The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008), the romantic comedy He's Just Not That Into You, and the biopic Creation (both 2009). In the 2010s, she took on supporting roles in Aronofsky's epic film Noah (2014) and in the action film Alita: Battle Angel (2019). As of 2020, she stars in the TNT dystopian television series Snowpiercer. Connelly was named Amnesty International Ambassador for Human Rights Education in 2005. She has been the face of Balenciaga and Louis Vuitton fashion advertisements, as well as for Revlon cosmetics. In 2012, she was named the first global face of the Shiseido Company. Magazines, including Time, Vanity Fair, and Esquire, as well as the Los Angeles Times newspaper, have included her on their lists of the world's most beautiful women.

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Jennifer Connelly Movie Credits

House of Sand and Fog

Character : Kathy

Dark Water

Character : Dahlia Williams


Character : Claire Hamilton / Natalie Horvath



Character : Jennifer Corvino

Career Opportunities

Character : Josie McClellan

Seven Minutes in Heaven

Character : Natalie Becker

The Heart of Justice

Character : Emma Burgess

Salvation Boulevard

Character : Gwen Vanderveer

Of Love and Shadows

Character : Irene


Character : Virginia


Character : Nana Kunning

A Beautiful Mind

Character : Alicia Nash

Little Children

Character : Kathy Adamson


Character : Betty Ross

The Day the Earth Stood Still

Character : Helen Benson


Character : Emma Darwin

Some Girls

Character : Gabriella

Reservation Road

Character : Grace Learner


Character : Sarah

Waking the Dead

Character : Sarah Williams

Il mondo dell'orrore di Dario Argento

Character : Herself


Character : Naameh

Stuck in Love

Character : Erica


Character : Hannah

American Pastoral

Character : Dawn Levov

Rocketeer: Excitement in the air

Character : Herself

Inside a Beautiful Mind

Character : Self

Beneath the Surface: The Making of 'Dark Water'

Character : Self

Bad Behaviour

Character : Lucy

Requiem for a Dream

Character : Marion Silver

Blood Diamond

Character : Maddy Bowen


Character : 7 (voice)

Inventing the Abbotts

Character : Eleanor Abbott

The Hot Spot

Character : Gloria Harper

The Dilemma

Character : Beth

Far Harbor

Character : Ellie

Top Gun: Maverick

Character : Penny Benjamin

Alita: Battle Angel

Character : Chiren

The Rocketeer

Character : Jenny Blake

Dark City

Character : Emma Murdoch


Character : Ruth Kligman

Higher Learning

Character : Taryn

Only the Brave

Character : Amanda Marsh

The Making of Requiem for a Dream

Character : Self


Character : No character defined

He's Just Not That Into You

Character : Janine Gunders

Winter's Tale

Character : Virginia Gamely

Mulholland Falls

Character : Allison Pond

Inside the Labyrinth

Character : Herself

Killers Kill, Dead Men Die

Character : The Informer

The Best of Disney: 50 years of Magic

Character : No character defined

Once Upon a Time in America

Character : Young Deborah

Out There

Character : Woman in Grocery Line (uncredited)

The World of Jim Henson

Character : Sarah (archive footage)


Character : Roxanne

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Character : Karen (voice)

Jennifer Connelly Tv Credits

The $treet

Character : Catherine Miller

The View

Character : Self

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Character : No character defined

Late Night with Conan O'Brien

Character : Self - Guest

The Oscars

Character : Self

Inside the Actors Studio

Character : Self

The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Character : No character defined


Character : No character defined

The Early Show

Character : Self

El hormiguero 3.0

Character : Herself


Character : Self


Character : Melanie Cavill

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Character : Self

The Graham Norton Show

Character : Self

Late Night with Seth Meyers

Character : Self

LIVE with Kelly and Ryan

Character : Self - Guest