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Australian-American actress Nicole Kidman made her film debut in the Australian drama Bush Christmas in 1983.[1][2] Four years later, she starred in the television miniseries Vietnam, for which she received the AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama.[3] Kidman's breakthrough role was as a married woman trapped on a yacht with a murderer in the 1989 thriller Dead Calm.[4][5] She followed this with her Hollywood debut opposite Tom Cruise in Tony Scott's auto-racing film Days of Thunder (1990).[6] Her role as a homicidal weather forecaster in Gus Van Sant's crime comedy-drama To Die For garnered Kidman a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical in 1996.[7] She worked with Cruise again on Stanley Kubrick's erotic thriller Eyes Wide Shut in 1999.

Kidman played a courtesan in Baz Luhrmann's 2001 musical Moulin Rouge!, for which she received her second Golden Globe Award and her first nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress.[7][8] In the same year, Kidman appeared in the horror-thriller The Others which garnered her a nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress.[9] For her role as writer Virginia Woolf in the drama The Hours (2002) she became the first Australian to win the Academy Award for Best Actress.[10][11] In 2003, Kidman starred in Lars von Trier's Dogville, the drama The Human Stain, and the epic war drama Cold Mountain. The following year, she appeared in the sci-fi comedy film The Stepford Wives (2004), and the drama Birth (2004). Four years later, Kidman reunited with Luhrmann on the historical drama Australia. In 2010, she starred in the drama Rabbit Hole for which she received another Academy Award for Best Actress nomination.[12][13][14]

In television, Kidman played novelist Martha Gellhorn in the biopic Hemingway & Gellhorn (2012), for which she received a Primetime Emmy nomination.[15] She played actress and princess Grace Kelly in the biopic Grace of Monaco (2014), and starred as an evil taxidermist in the comedy Paddington.[16] For her supporting acting performance in the 2016 biographical drama Lion, she received a fourth Oscar nomination.[17][18][19][20] For producing and starring in the HBO drama series Big Little Lies (2017–2019), Kidman won another Golden Globe and a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress.[21][22]

Film

Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1983 Bush Christmas Helen Thompson [23]
1983 BMX Bandits Judy [24]
1984 Wills & Burke Julia Matthews [25]
1986 Windrider Jade [26]
1987 The Bit Part Mary McAllister [27]
1988 Emerald City Helen Davey [28]
1989 Dead Calm Rae Ingram [29]
1990 Days of Thunder Dr. Claire Lewicki [30]
1991 Flirting Nicola Radcliffe [31]
1991 Billy Bathgate Drew Preston [32]
1992 Far and Away Shannon Christie [33]
1993 Malice Tracy Safian [34]
1993 My Life Gail Jones [35]
1995 Batman Forever Dr. Chase Meridian [36]
1995 To Die For Suzanne Stone Maretto [37]
1996 The Portrait of a Lady Isabel Archer [38]
1997 The Peacemaker Dr. Julia Kelly [39]
1998 Practical Magic Gillian Owens [40]
1999 Eyes Wide Shut Alice Harford [41]
2001 Moulin Rouge! Satine [42]
2001 The Others Grace Stewart [43]
2001 Birthday Girl Nadia
Sophia[a]
[46]
[44]
2002 The Hours Virginia Woolf [42]
2003 Dogville Grace Margaret Mulligan [47]
2003 In the Cut Producer [48]
2003 The Human Stain Faunia Farley [49]
2003 Cold Mountain Ada Monroe [50]
2004 The Stepford Wives Joanna Eberhart [51]
2004 Birth Anna [52]
2004 No. 5 the Film Herself Short film [53]
2005 The Interpreter Silvia Broome [54]
2005 Bewitched Isabel Bigelow
Samantha[a]
[45]
2006 Fur Diane Arbus [55]
2006 Happy Feet Norma Jean Voice role [56]
2007 The Invasion Dr. Carol Bennell [57]
2007 Margot at the Wedding Margot [58]
2007 The Golden Compass Marisa Coulter [59]
2008 Australia Lady Sarah Ashley [60]
2009 Nine Claudia Jenssen [61]
2010 Rabbit Hole Becca Corbett Also producer [62]
2011 Just Go with It Devlin Adams [63]
2011 Trespass Sarah Miller [64]
2011 Monte Carlo Producer [48]
2012 The Paperboy Charlotte Bless [65]
2013 Stoker Evelyn Stoker [66]
2013 The Railway Man Patti Lomax [67]
2014 Grace of Monaco Grace Kelly [68]
2014 Before I Go to Sleep Christine Lucas [69]
2014 Paddington Millicent Clyde [70]
2015 Strangerland Catherine Parker [71]
2015 Queen of the Desert Gertrude Bell [72]
2015 The Family Fang Annie Fang Also producer [73]
2015 Secret in Their Eyes Claire Sloane [74]
2016 Genius Aline Bernstein [75]
2016 Lion Sue Brierley [76]
2017 How to Talk to Girls at Parties Queen Boadicea [77]
2017 The Killing of a Sacred Deer Anna Murphy [78]
2017 The Beguiled Martha Farnsworth [79]
2017 The Upside Yvonne [80][81]
2018 Destroyer Erin Bell [82]
2018 Boy Erased Nancy Eamons [83]
2018 Aquaman Queen Atlanna [84]
2019 The Goldfinch Samantha Barbour [85]
2019 Bombshell Gretchen Carlson [86]
TBAFilms that have not yet been released The Prom Angie Dickinson Filming [87]
TBAFilms that have not yet been released The Northman Filming [88]
Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television

Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1983 Skin Deep Sheena Henderson Television film [89]
1983 Chase Through the Night Petra Television miniseries [90]
1984 Matthew and Son Bridget Elliot Television film [89]
1984 A Country Practice Simone Jenkins 2 episodes [89]
1985 Five Mile Creek Annie 12 episodes [91]
1985 Archer Catherine Television film [92]
1985 Winners Carol Trig Episode: "Room to Move" [93][94]
1987 An Australian in Rome Jill Television film [95]
1987 Vietnam Megan Goddard Television miniseries [96]
1987 Watch the Shadows Dance Amy Gabriel Television film [97]
1989 Bangkok Hilton Katrina Stanton Television miniseries [98]
1993 Saturday Night Live Herself (host) Episode: "Nicole Kidman / Stone Temple Pilots" [99]
2012 Hemingway & Gellhorn Martha Gellhorn Television film [100]
2014 Hello Ladies: The Movie Herself Television film [101]
2017–2019 Big Little Lies Celeste Wright 14 episodes; also executive producer [102]
2017 Top of the Lake Julia Edwards 6 episodes [103]
2020Series that have not yet been released The Undoing Grace Sachs Also executive producer [104]
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Television series that have not yet been aired Denotes television series that have not yet been aired

Stage

Year Title Role(s) Theatre Notes Ref(s)
1998 The Blue Room Various characters Donmar Warehouse [105]
2015 Photograph 51 Rosalind Franklin Noël Coward Theatre [106]

Notes

  1. ^ a b Kidman plays a single character who has two different names.[44][45]

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