Michelle Williams
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Michelle Williams


Michelle Ingrid Williams (born September 9, 1980) is an American actress. Known for her roles in small-scale independent productions with dark or tragic themes, Williams is the recipient of several accolades, including two Golden Globe Awards, a Primetime Emmy Award, and nominations for four Academy Awards, and a Tony Award. Daughter of the politician and trader Larry R. Williams, she was raised in Kalispell and San Diego. She began her career with television guest appearances and made her film debut in the family film Lassie in 1994. At 15, she gained emancipation from her parents, and soon achieved recognition for her leading role in the television teen drama series Dawson's Creek (1998–2003). This was followed by low-profile films, before having her breakthrough with the drama film Brokeback Mountain (2005), for which she received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Williams went on to gain critical acclaim for playing emotionally troubled women coping with loss or loneliness in the independent dramas Wendy and Lucy (2008), Blue Valentine (2010), and Manchester by the Sea (2016). For the last two of these she received nominations for the Academy Award for Best Actress and the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, respectively. She won two Golden Globes for portraying Marilyn Monroe in the drama My Week with Marilyn (2011) and Gwen Verdon in the miniseries Fosse/Verdon (2019), in addition to a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress for the latter. Her highest-grossing releases came with the thriller Shutter Island (2010), the fantasy film Oz the Great and Powerful (2013), the musical The Greatest Showman (2017), and the superhero film Venom (2018). On Broadway, she starred in revivals of the musical Cabaret in 2014 and the drama Blackbird in 2016, for which she received a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play. Williams is an advocate for equal pay. She is reticent about her personal life; she has a daughter from her relationship with the late actor Heath Ledger, and was briefly married to the musician Phil Elverum. She is married to theater director Thomas Kail, with whom she has a child. Description above from the Wikipedia article Michelle Williams (actress), licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Michelle Williams's Highest grossing Movies


Michelle Williams's Highest Rated Movies



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Michelle Williams Movie Credits


Land of Plenty

Character : Lana

Wendy and Lucy

Character : Wendy

My Week With Marilyn

Character : Marilyn Monroe

 

Meek's Cutoff

Character : Emily Tetherow

Take This Waltz

Character : Margot

Suite Française

Character : Lucille Angellier

All the Money in the World

Character : Gail Harris

Me Without You

Character : Holly

Mammoth

Character : Ellen Vidales

I Feel Pretty

Character : Avery LeClair

If These Walls Could Talk 2

Character : Linda

Perfume

Character : Halley

Incendiary

Character : Young Mother

Dick

Character : Arlene Lorenzo

Manchester by the Sea

Character : Randi Chandler

The Hawk Is Dying

Character : Betty

Blue Valentine

Character : Cindy Heller

A Hole in One

Character : Anna Watson

Venom

Character : Anne Weying

After the Wedding

Character : Isabel

Showing Up

Character : Lizzie

Fever

Character : Peggy Lee

Firebrand

Character : Catherine Parr

Brokeback Mountain

Character : Alma Beers

Deception

Character : S

The Baxter

Character : Cecil Mills

Letters to Jackie: Remembering President Kennedy

Character : Narrator (voice)

Certain Women

Character : Gina Lewis

The Greatest Showman

Character : Charity Barnum

Project X

Character : (voice)

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Character : Anne Weying

The Fabelmans

Character : No character defined

The Station Agent

Character : Emily

Synecdoche, New York

Character : Claire Keen

Halloween H20: 20 Years Later

Character : Molly Cartwell

Prozac Nation

Character : Ruby

Oz the Great and Powerful

Character : Annie / Glinda

Wonderstruck

Character : Elaine Wilson

Shutter Island

Character : Dolores Chanal

Imaginary Heroes

Character : Penny Travis

Killing Mr. Griffin

Character : Maya

My Son Is Innocent

Character : Donna

That Click

Character : Herself

Timemaster

Character : Annie

The Hottest State

Character : Samantha

Species

Character : Young Sil

The United States of Leland

Character : Julie Pollard

Lassie

Character : April Porter

A Thousand Acres

Character : Pammy

I'm Not There

Character : Coco Rivington

But I'm a Cheerleader

Character : Kimberly

Ben Lee: Catch My Disease

Character : Herself

Michelle Williams Tv Credits


Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Character : No character defined

Home Improvement

Character : Jessica Lutz

Horizon

Character : No character defined

The View

Character : Self

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Character : No character defined

Step by Step

Character : No character defined

Cougar Town

Character : Laurie's Foster Sister

The Oscars

Character : Self

Baywatch

Character : No character defined

Dawson's Creek

Character : Jen Lindley

Fosse/Verdon

Character : Gwen Verdon

Close Up with The Hollywood Reporter

Character : Self

MTV Video Music Awards

Character : Self