Elizabeth Marvel

Total Box Office:
 $533.7M
Highest Rated:
96% True Grit (2010)
Lowest Rated:
20% Pretty Bird (2008)
Birthday:
Nov 27
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Not Available

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
90% Lincoln
  • Mrs. Jolly
$182.2M 2012
36% Hyde Park on Hudson
  • Missy
$6.4M 2012
55% The Bourne Legacy
  • Dr. Connie Dowd
$113.2M 2012
Somewhere Tonight
  • Actor
-- 2012
39% The Other Woman
  • Pia
$20.6k 2011
96% True Grit
  • 40-Year-Old Mattie
$171.0M 2010
51% Holy Rollers
  • Elka Gold
$0.3M 2010
A Dog Year
  • Margo
-- 2008
20% Pretty Bird
  • Tonya
-- 2008
78% Burn After Reading
  • Sandy Pfarrer
$60.3M 2008
33% The Guitar
  • Actor
-- 2007
49% The Dying Gaul
  • Kelli
$0.3M 2005
A Will of Their Own
  • Actor
-- 1998


TV SERIES   

Rating Title Credit Year
100% Person Of Interest
2011-2014
  • Alicia Corwin
2013
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
1999-2013
  • Actor
2012
69% The Newsroom
2012-2013
  • Sharon
2012
90% Lights Out
2011
  • Margaret Leary
2011
17% Past Life
2010
  • Lynn Sampels
2010
Nurse Jackie
2009-2014
  • Ginny Flynn
2010
100% The Good Wife
2009-2014
  • Lauren Chatham
2009
60% Law & Order
1990-2010
  • Yvette Grubman
2008
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
2001-2011
  • Jenny
  • Sylvia Moon
2001 - 2005

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Quotes from Elizabeth Marvel's Characters

    1. 40-Year-Old Mattie: (first lines) People do not give it credence that a young girl could leave home and go off in the wintertime to average to her father's blood. But it did happen. I was just fourteen years of age when a coward by the name of Tom Chaney shot my father down and robbed him of his life and his horse and two California gold pieces that he carried in his trouser band. Chaney was a hired man and Papa had taken him up to Fort Smith to help lead back a string of Mustang ponies he'd bought. In town, Chaney had fallen to drink and cards and lost all his money. He got it into his head he was bein' cheated and went back to the boardin' house for his Henry rifle. When Papa tried intervene, Chaney shot him. Chaney fled. He could have walked his horse, for not a soul in that city could not be bothered to give chase. No doubt Chaney fancied himself scot-free. But he was wrong. You must pay for everything in this world, one way and another. There is nothin' free, except the grace of God.
    From True Grit. Submitted by Alyssa B (2 months ago)
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