Cara Seymour

Cara Seymour

Highest Rated: 100% Red Riding: 1974 (2009)

Lowest Rated: 12% Jack and Diane (2012)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

British-born actress Cara Seymour entered into a budding film career after establishing herself on-stage in both England and the United States. In the U.K., her performance in Now and at the Hour of Our Death earned her a Time Out award; in New York, she won an Obie for her work in Mike Leigh's Ecstacy and a Drama Desk nomination for her work in Goose Pimples. The actress made her film debut in the 1999 independent drama A Good Baby, and, in 2000, appeared in two acclaimed and highly individual films, Dancer in the Dark and American Psycho. Seymour was also featured in two of the most eagerly awaited films of 2002, Adaptation and Gangs of New York.


Highest Rated Movies



93% A Woman, A Part Kate $37.3K 2017
51% I Origins Dr. Simmons 2014
12% Jack and Diane Aunt Linda $1.5K 2012
67% The Music Never Stopped Helen Sawyer $0.3M 2011
53% The Greatest Janis 2010
94% An Education Marjorie $12.6M 2009
91% Red Riding: 1983 Mary Cole 2009
100% Red Riding: 1974 Mary Cole 2009
67% The Auteur Doris 2008
No Score Yet Oprah Winfrey Presents: Mitch Albom's 'For One More Day' Catherine Benetto 2007
89% The Savages Kasia $6.5M 2007
57% The Notorious Bettie Page Maxie $1.4M 2006
44% Steal Me Mother 2005
91% Hotel Rwanda Pat Archer $23.5M 2004
38% Birth Mrs. Conte $5.1M 2004
44% Evergreen Kate 2004
73% Gangs of New York Hell-Cat Maggie $77.7M 2002
91% Adaptation Amelia $22.2M 2002
80% Silent Grace Actor 2002
69% Dancer in the Dark Linda $2.9M 2000
69% American Psycho Christie 2000
No Score Yet A Good Baby Roby 1999
69% You've Got Mail Gillian 1998


No Score Yet Bull
Heather 2018
92% The Knick
Sister Harriet 2015


Aunt Linda says: Good luck finding her.

Helen Sawyer says: I've got the medication.

Dianne Daly says: I've got the bag.

Gabriel Sawyer says: I've got the brain tumor.

Helen Sawyer says: Oh, Gabriel!