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A face shot of Emily Blunt as she looks away from the camera
Blunt at the Paris premiere of Edge of Tomorrow in 2014

Emily Blunt is a British-American actress. She began her career as a teenager on the British stage, appearing alongside Judi Dench in a West End production of The Royal Family in 2001.[1] Her first screen appearance was in the television film Boudica (2003), and she made her film debut with the lead role of a teenager exploring her homosexuality in Paweł Pawlikowski's drama My Summer of Love (2004).[2][3] For playing the titular role of an emotionally troubled young woman in the BBC television film Gideon's Daughter (2006), Blunt won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film.[4][5] In the same year, she gained wider recognition for playing a fashion editor's assistant in the American comedy The Devil Wears Prada, earning a nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.[1][6]

Following this breakthrough, Blunt went on to play lead roles in several films, including the period drama The Young Victoria (2009), the science fiction romance The Adjustment Bureau (2011), and the romance Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (2011).[7] In 2014, she starred as a hardened sergeant in the action film Edge of Tomorrow, her highest-grossing release, and as the Baker's Wife in the musical fantasy Into the Woods.[1][8] She went on to gain praise for playing a principled FBI agent in the crime film Sicario (2015) and an alcoholic in the thriller The Girl on the Train (2016);[9][10][11] the latter earned her a nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.[12] In 2018, she starred in the critically acclaimed horror film A Quiet Place, directed by her husband John Krasinski, and in the musical fantasy Mary Poppins Returns, in which she played the title character.[13] The former earned her the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Supporting Actress.[14]

Alongside her screen work, Blunt has provided her voice to several animated films, including Gnomeo & Juliet (2011) and its sequel Sherlock Gnomes (2018). She has also narrated the audiobook Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives in 2010, and recorded songs for the soundtrack of her films Into the Woods, My Little Pony: The Movie, and Mary Poppins Returns.

Film

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year[a] Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
My Summer of Love 2004 Tamsin Paweł Pawlikowski [15]
The Devil Wears Prada 2006 Emily Charlton David Frankel [16]
Irresistible 2006 Mara Ann Turner [17]
Wind Chill 2007 Girl Gregory Jacobs [18]
The Jane Austen Book Club 2007 Prudie Robin Swicord [19]
Dan in Real Life 2007 Ruthie Draper Peter Hedges [20]
Charlie Wilson's War 2007 Jane Liddle Mike Nichols [21]
The Great Buck Howard 2008 Valerie Brennan Sean McGinly [22]
Sunshine Cleaning 2008 Norah Lorkowski Christine Jeffs [23]
The Young Victoria 2009 Queen Victoria Jean-Marc Vallée [24]
Curiosity 2009 Emma Toby Spanton Short film [25]
The Wolfman 2010 Gwen Conliffe Joe Johnston [26]
Wild Target 2010 Rose Jonathan Lynn [27]
Gulliver's Travels 2010 Princess Mary Rob Letterman [28]
Gnomeo & Juliet 2011 Juliet Kelly Asbury Voice [29]
The Adjustment Bureau 2011 Elise Sellas George Nolfi [30]
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen 2011 Harriet Chetwode-Talbot Lasse Hallström [31]
Your Sister's Sister 2011 Iris Lynn Shelton [32]
The Muppets 2011 Miss Piggy's Receptionist, Emily Charlton James Bobin Cameo [33][34]
The Five-Year Engagement 2012 Violet Barnes Nicholas Stoller [35]
Looper 2012 Sara Rian Johnson [36]
Arthur Newman 2012 Charlotte / Michaela Fitzgerald[b] Dante Ariola [37]
The Wind Rises 2014 Naoko Satomi Hayao Miyazaki Voice; English dub [38]
Edge of Tomorrow 2014 Sergeant Rita Vrataski Doug Liman [39]
Into the Woods 2014 Baker's Wife Rob Marshall [40]
Sicario 2015 Kate Macer Denis Villeneuve [41]
The Huntsman: Winter's War 2016 Freya Cedric Nicolas-Troyan [42]
The Girl on the Train 2016 Rachel Watson Tate Taylor [43]
Animal Crackers 2017 Zoe Huntington Tony Bancroft /
Scott Christian Sava
Voice [44][45]
My Little Pony: The Movie 2017 Tempest Shadow Jayson Thiessen Voice [46]
A Quiet Place 2018 Evelyn Abbott John Krasinski [47]
Sherlock Gnomes 2018 Juliet John Stevenson Voice [48]
Mary Poppins Returns 2018 Mary Poppins Rob Marshall [49]
A Quiet Place Part II 2020 Evelyn Abbott John Krasinski [50]
Jungle Cruise Film has yet to be released. 2021 Lily Houghton Jaume Collet-Serra Post-production [51]
Wild Mountain Thyme Film has yet to be released. TBA Rosemary Muldoom John Patrick Shanley Post-production [52]

Television

Title Year Role Notes Ref
Boudica 2003 Isolda Television film [53]
Foyle's War 2003 Lucy Markham Episode: "War Games" [54]
Henry VIII 2003 Catherine Howard [55]
Agatha Christie's Poirot 2004 Linnet Ridgeway Doyle Episode: "Death on the Nile" [56]
Empire 2005 Camane [57]
The Strange Case of Sherlock Holmes & Arthur Conan Doyle 2005 Jean Leckie Television film [58]
Gideon's Daughter 2006 Natasha Television film [59]
The Simpsons 2009 Juliet Episode: "Lisa the Drama Queen"; voice [60]
Lip Sync Battle 2015 Herself Episode: "Emily Blunt vs. Anne Hathaway" [61]
Saturday Night Live 2016 Herself Episode: "Emily Blunt/Bruno Mars" [62]

Stage

Production Year Role Theater Ref
Bliss 2000 Unknown Edinburgh Fringe Festival [63]
The Royal Family 2001–2002 Gwen Cavendish Theatre Royal Haymarket [64]
Vincent in Brixton 2002 Eugenie Loyer Royal National Theatre [65]
Romeo and Juliet 2002 Juliet Chichester Festival Theatre [66]

Radio

Production Year Role Station Ref
Bumps and Bruises 2004 Holly BBC Radio 4 [67]

Audiobook

Title Year Ref
Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives 2010 [68]

Web series

Title Year Role Notes Ref
Some Good News 2020 Self Episode 2 [69]

Discography

Soundtrack/Album Year Song Label Ref
Call Me Irresponsible 2007 "Me and Mrs. Jones" Reprise Records [70]
Into the Woods 2014 "A Very Nice Prince" Walt Disney Records [71]
"It Takes Two"
"Any Moment"
"Moments in the Woods"
"Finale/Children Will Listen (Part 1)"
My Little Pony: The Movie 2017 "Open Up Your Eyes" Hasbro Studios [72]
Mary Poppins Returns 2018 "Can You Imagine That?" Walt Disney Records [73]
"The Royal Doulton Music Hall"
"Introducing Mary Poppins"
"A Cover Is Not the Book"
"The Place Where Lost Things Go"
"Turning Turtle"
"Trip a Little Light Fantastic"
"Trip a Little Light Fantastic (reprise)"

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Refers to the film's earliest release
  2. ^ She played a dual role in the film.[37]

References

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