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Blanchett at the 1st AACTA Awards

Cate Blanchett is an Australian actress who has appeared extensively on screen and on stage. She made her stage debut in 1992 by playing Electra in the National Institute of Dramatic Art production of the same name.[1][2] She followed it with performances in Timothy Daly's Kafka Dances (1993) and the Sydney Theatre Company stage production of Oleanna (1993), opposite Geoffrey Rush.[2] Blanchett won the Sydney Theatre Critics Award for Best Newcomer for the former, and Best Actress for the latter, making her the first person to win both awards at once.[2] She went on to perform several roles on stage, notably Susan Traherne in Plenty (1999), Hedda Gabler in Hedda Gabler (2004), Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire (2009), Yelena in Uncle Vanya (2011), and Claire in The Maids (2013).[3]

Blanchett's first leading role on television came with Heartland (1994), and she followed it with the miniseries Bordertown (1995).[4] In 1997, she made her feature film debut in a supporting role in the World War II drama Paradise Road.[5] The same year, she had her first leading role in Oscar and Lucinda, which earned her an AACTA Award nomination for Best Actress.[4][6] Blanchett received worldwide attention for playing Queen Elizabeth I of England in the acclaimed drama Elizabeth (1998).[7][8] Her performance garnered her a Golden Globe and a BAFTA Award for Best Actress, and her first Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.[4] Elizabeth and her next film, the thriller The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999), performed well at the box office. However, her other 1999 releases—the widely praised An Ideal Husband and the largely panned Pushing Tin—were unsuccessful.[7][8][9]

Blanchett found greater success for portraying Galadriel in Peter Jackson's epic fantasy trilogy The Lord of the Rings (2001–2003).[4] She won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, among other honors, for portraying Katharine Hepburn in Martin Scorsese's 2004 drama The Aviator, making her the only actor to win an Oscar for portraying another Oscar-winning actor.[4][10] Her only screen appearance in 2005 was in Little Fish, for which she won the AACTA Award for Best Actress.[4] Blanchett's performance in the 2006 thriller Notes on a Scandal garnered her another Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.[11] In 2007, she received both Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress Oscar nominations for her roles in Elizabeth: The Golden Age and I'm Not There, becoming one of the few actors to achieve this feat.[11]

In 2008, Blanchett appeared in Steven Spielberg's action adventure Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and in David Fincher's fantasy drama The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.[7][8] She briefly reprised her role of Galadriel in The Hobbit trilogy (2012–2014).[6] For her performance as the titular socialite in Woody Allen's 2013 drama Blue Jasmine, Blanchett won the Golden Globe, the BAFTA Award, the SAG Award, and the Academy Award for Best Actress.[4] In 2014, she voiced Valka in the $620 million-grossing animated fantasy How to Train Your Dragon 2 and its 2019 sequel How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.[9] In 2015, she received praise for playing Lady Tremaine in Disney's live action film Cinderella, Mary Mapes in Truth, and the titular character in Todd Haynes's romantic drama Carol.[9][12][13] Cinderella was a notable box office success, while Carol garnered her seventh Oscar nomination.[14][15] Blanchett made her Broadway debut in 2017 with The Present, receiving her first Tony Award nomination for the Best Actress in a Play.[16] In 2017, she assumed the role of primary villain in the film Thor: Ragnarok as Hela. The following year, Blanchett starred in Ocean's 8, the all-female spin-off of the Ocean's Eleven franchise, directed by Gary Ross, and the Eli Roth-helmed film, The House with a Clock in Its Walls. In 2020, Blanchett returned to television starring roles by headlines two television series. Firstly, she starred in the ABC miniseries Stateless which she also created. Secondly, she currently portrays Phyllis Schlafly in the Hulu miniseries Mrs. America. Blanchett served as executive producer for both series.

Film

Key
Films that have not yet been released. Denotes films that have not yet been released.
Year Title Role Director(s) Notes Refs.
1996 Parklands Rosie Kathryn Millard Short film [17]
1997 Paradise Road Susan Macarthy Bruce Beresford [18]
Thank God He Met Lizzie Lizzie Cherie Nowlan [19]
Oscar and Lucinda Lucinda Leplastrier Gillian Armstrong [20]
1998 Elizabeth Queen Elizabeth I Shekhar Kapur Nominated - Academy Award for Best Actress [21]
1999 An Ideal Husband Lady Gertrude Chiltern Oliver Parker [22]
Bangers Julie-Anne Andrew Upton Also producer [23]
Pushing Tin Connie Falzone Mike Newell [24]
Eyes Wide Shut Mysterious Woman Stanley Kubrick Uncredited voice [25]
The Talented Mr. Ripley Meredith Logue Anthony Minghella [26]
2000 The Gift Annabelle "Annie" Wilson Sam Raimi [27]
The Man Who Cried Lola Sally Potter [28]
2001 The Shipping News Petal Quoyle Lasse Hallström [29]
Charlotte Gray Charlotte Gray Gillian Armstrong [30]
Bandits Kate Wheeler Barry Levinson [31]
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Galadriel Peter Jackson [32]
2002 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Galadriel Peter Jackson [33]
Heaven Philippa Tom Tykwer [34]
2003 Coffee and Cigarettes Herself and Shelly[a] Jim Jarmusch [35]
Veronica Guerin Veronica Guerin Joel Schumacher [36]
The Missing Magdalena "Maggie" Gilkeson Ron Howard [37]
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Galadriel Peter Jackson [38]
2004 The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou Jane Winslett-Richardson Wes Anderson [39]
The Aviator Katharine Hepburn Martin Scorsese Winner - Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress [40]
2005 Little Fish Tracy Heart Rowan Woods [41]
2006 Babel Susan Jones Alejandro González Iñárritu [42]
The Good German Lena Brandt Steven Soderbergh [43]
Notes on a Scandal Sheba Hart Richard Eyre Nominated - Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress [44]
2007 Hot Fuzz Janine Edgar Wright Uncredited cameo [45]
In the Company of Actors Herself Ian Darling Documentary [46]
Elizabeth: The Golden Age Queen Elizabeth I Shekhar Kapur Nominated - Academy Award for Best Actress [47]
I'm Not There Jude Quinn (Bob Dylan) Todd Haynes Nominated - Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress [48]
2008 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Irina Spalko Steven Spielberg [49]
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Daisy Fuller David Fincher [50]
2009 Ponyo Granmamare Hayao Miyazaki Voice [51]
2010 Robin Hood Lady Marian Ridley Scott [52]
2011 Hanna Marissa Wiegler Joe Wright [53]
2012 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Galadriel Peter Jackson [54]
2013 Girl Rising Narrator Richard E. Robbins Documentary [55]
Journey to the South Pacific Narrator Greg MacGillivray Documentary [56]
Blue Jasmine Jeanette "Jasmine" Francis Woody Allen Winner - Academy Award for Best Actress [57]
The Turning Gail Lang Various [58]
The Galapagos Affair Dore Strauch Daniel Geller
Dayna Goldfine
Documentary
Voice
[59]
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Galadriel Peter Jackson [60]
2014 The Monuments Men Claire Simone George Clooney [61]
How to Train Your Dragon 2 Valka Dean DeBlois Voice [62]
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Galadriel Peter Jackson [63]
2015 Knight of Cups Nancy Terrence Malick [64]
Cinderella Lady Tremaine Kenneth Branagh [65]
Carol Carol Aird Todd Haynes Executive producer

Nominated - Academy Award for Best Actress

[66]
Truth Mary Mapes James Vanderbilt [67]
Manifesto Various Julian Rosefeldt 13 roles [68]
2016 Voyage of Time Narrator Terrence Malick Documentary [69]
2017 Song to Song Amanda Terrence Malick [70]
Thor: Ragnarok Hela Taika Waititi [71]
2018 Ocean's 8 Lou Gary Ross [72]
The House with a Clock in Its Walls Florence Zimmerman Eli Roth [73]
Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle Kaa Andy Serkis Voice [74]
2019 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Valka Dean DeBlois [75]
Where'd You Go, Bernadette Bernadette Fox Richard Linklater [76]
TBA Nightmare Alley dagger Lilith Ritter Guillermo del Toro Filming [77]
TBA Borderlands Lilith Eli Roth

Stage

Year Production Venue Role(s) Notes Refs.
1992 Electra National Institute of Dramatic Art Electra Directed by Lindy Davies [2]
Top Girls Sydney Theatre Company Patient Griselda/Nell/Jeanine First role at the Sydney Theatre Company [78]
1993 Kafka Dances Griffin Theatre Company Bride/Felice From playwright Timothy Daly. Production was remounted at the Sydney Theatre Company the following year. [78]
Oleanna Sydney Theatre Company Carol Opposite to Geoffrey Rush. [79]
1994 Hamlet Belvoir St Theatre Ophelia Company B Production, directed by Neil Armfield; opposite Geoffrey Rush [78]
1995 Sweet Phoebe Sydney Theatre Company and Warehouse Theatre Helen World premier of play written and directed by Michael Gow. [79]
The Tempest Belvoir St Theatre Miranda Company B Production, directed by Neil Armfield [78]
The Blind Giant is Dancing Belvoir St Theatre Rose Draper Play by Stephen Sewell; Company B production, directed by Neil Armfield; with Hugo Weaving [80]
1997 The Seagull Belvoir St Theatre Nina Directed by Neil Armfield [78]
1999 Plenty The Almeida Season at the Albery Theatre Susan Traherne Directed by Jonathan Kent [81]
The Vagina Monologues The Old Vic V-Day stage reading. [82]
2004 Hedda Gabler Sydney Theatre Company Hedda Gabler Travelled to Brooklyn Academy of Music's Harvey Theatre, New York for a 4-week run, March 2006 [79]
2006 A Kind of Alaska Sydney Theatre Company Co-director with Andrew Upton 30 November 2006 − 20 January 2007, Sydney. [83]
2007 Blackbird Sydney Theatre Company Directed David Harrower's play; 15 December 2007 − 16 February 2008, Sydney;
Travelled to New Zealand International Arts Festival, 23 February 2008 − 2 March 2008; Travelled to Ruhrfestspiele festival, Germany, 8 − 12 May 2008.
[84]
2009 The War of the Roses Sydney Theatre Company Richard II/Lady Anne Directed by Benedict Andrews. Part of the Sydney Festival 2009 [79]
A Streetcar Named Desire Sydney Theatre Company Blanche DuBois Directed by Liv Ullmann; opposite Joel Edgerton; Travelled to John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., 29 October – 21 November 2009; Travelled to Brooklyn Academy of Music's Harvey Theatre, New York, 27 November – 20 December 2009 [85]
2011 Uncle Vanya Sydney Theatre Company Yelena Adaptation by Andrew Upton; opposite Richard Roxburgh, John Bell, and Hugo Weaving; Travelled to John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D. C., 4–27 August 2011; Travelled to Lincoln Center Festival, New York, 19–28 July 2012 [86]
Gross und Klein Sydney Theatre Company Lotte Directed by Benedict Andrews; new translation by Martin Crimp; co-commissioned by the Barbican Centre; Travelled to London 2012 Festival, Théâtre de la Ville, Vienna Festival, and Ruhrfestspiele. [79]
2013 The Maids Sydney Theatre Company Claire Directed by Benedict Andrews; opposite Isabelle Huppert as Solange, Elizabeth Debicki as Madame; Travelled to New York City Center, part of Lincoln Center Festival, New York, 6–16 August 2014. [79]
2015 The Present Sydney Theatre Company Anna Petrovna Directed by John Crowley. Play adaptation by Andrew Upton, inspired by Anton Chekhov's Platonov; with Richard Roxburgh. Sydney Theatre Company, 4 August – 19 September [87]
2017 The Present Ethel Barrymore Theatre Anna Petrovna Broadway debut. [88]
2019 When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other Royal National Theatre Woman National Theatre debut. Written by Martin Crimp, directed by Katie Mitchell. [89]

Television

Year(s) Title Role(s) Channel Notes Refs.
1993 Police Rescue Mrs. Haines Australian Broadcasting Corporation Episode: "The Loaded Boy" [90]
1994 Heartland[b] Elizabeth Ashton Australian Broadcasting Corporation Main role [91]
G.P. Janie Morris Australian Broadcasting Corporation Episode: "Natural Selection"
1995 Bordertown Bianca Australian Broadcasting Corporation Main role [92]
[93]
2012 Family Guy Penelope (voice) FOX Episode: "Mr. and Mrs. Stewie" [94]
Family Guy Queen Elizabeth II (voice) FOX Episode: "Family Guy Viewer Mail 2" [95]
2014 Rake Clarice Greene Australian Broadcasting Corporation 3 episodes [96]
[97]
2019 Documentary Now! Izabella Barta IFC Episode: "Waiting for the Artist" [98]
2020 Stateless Pat Masters Australian Broadcasting Corporation Main role; also co-creator and executive producer [99]
2020–present Mrs. America Phyllis Schlafly Hulu Main role; also executive producer [100]
2020 The Simpsons Elaine (voice) FOX Episode: "Way of the Dog" [101][102]

Music videos

Year Title Performer(s) Refs.
2016 "The Spoils" Massive Attack [103]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Blanchett played dual roles in the film.
  2. ^ The series is also known as "Burned Bridge".

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