Sally Hawkins

Total Box Office:
 $79.6M
Highest Rated:
94% An Education (2009)
Lowest Rated:
33% It's a Wonderful Afterlife (2010)
Birthday:
Apr 27
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
British actress Sally Hawkins parlayed her English refinement into an extremely varied series of roles beginning in the early 2000s -- including occasional crime-themed action pictures, social-consciousness dramas, and contemporary suspensers. She took one of her first international bows as a 19th…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Godzilla
  • Actor
-- 2014
88% The Double
  • Actor
-- 2014
91% Blue Jasmine
  • Actor
$33.4M 2013
45% All Is Bright
  • Olga
$4.6k 2013
66% Great Expectations
  • Mrs. Joe
$0.3M 2013
Untitled Woody Allen Project
  • Ginger
-- 2013
Great Expectations Live From London's West End
  • Actor
-- 2013
Room on the Broom
  • Actor
-- 2012
87% Submarine
  • Jill Tate
$0.5M 2011
84% Jane Eyre
  • Mrs. Reed
$11.2M 2011
80% Made in Dagenham
  • Rita O'Grady
$1.1M 2010
33% It's a Wonderful Afterlife
  • Linda
-- 2010
70% Never Let Me Go
  • Miss Lucy
$2.4M 2010
94% An Education
  • Sarah
$12.5M 2009
50% Desert Flower
  • Marilyn
$44.3k 2009
Happy Ever Afters
  • Maura
-- 2009
93% Happy-Go-Lucky
  • Poppy
$3.5M 2008
Persuasion
  • Anne Elliot
-- 2007
46% Cassandra's Dream
  • Kate
$0.9M 2007
74% The Painted Veil
  • Mary
$7.9M 2006
Twenty Thousand Streets Under the Sky
  • Ella
-- 2005
Byron
  • Actor
-- 2005
Fingersmith
  • Sue Trinder
-- 2005
81% Layer Cake
  • Slasher
$2.3M 2004
92% Vera Drake
  • Susan
$3.6M 2004
The Young Visiters
  • Rosalind
-- 2003
Tipping the Velvet
  • Actor
-- 2002
All Or Nothing
  • Samantha
-- 2002
83% All or Nothing
  • Actor
-- 2002

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Quotes from Sally Hawkins's Characters

    1. Reporter 1: What if Mrs. Castle says no?
    2. Reporter 2: Yeah, how will you cope then?
    3. Rita O'Grady: How will we cope? How will we cope? We're women. Now please stop asking stupid questions.
    From Made in Dagenham. Submitted by Zee A (2 years ago)
    1. Rita O'Grady: Look I know you're not mentioning it because you're being polite and everything, but that day when we met in the corridor, well, I was really upset, and I never really use that type of language.
    From Made in Dagenham. Submitted by Chris P (3 years ago)
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