Emily Browning

Emily Browning

Highest Rated: 72% Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)

Lowest Rated: 9% Darkness Falls (2003)

Birthday: Dec 7, 1988

Birthplace: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

A native of Melbourne, Australian actress Emily Browning broke into show business on a national level rather early on, with repeat high-profile appearances in Aussie series including Something in the Air and Blue Heelers. She transitioned to the big screen -- and quickly attained international exposure with a Hollywood turn in the Scott Rudin-produced, Jim Carrey-starring fantasy Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004), and in the meantime completed her high school degree. A number of additional assignments followed, including (most notably) the 2009 supernatural horror remake The Uninvited, the fantastical action film Sucker Punch, and the erotic drama Sleeping Beauty.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
67% Golden Exits Naomi 2018
No Score Yet Shangri-La Suite Karen 2016
61% Legend Frances Shea $14.2M 2015
68% God Help the Girl Eve 2014
27% Pompeii Cassia $20M 2014
31% Summer in February Florence Carter-Wood 2014
33% Plush Hayley $3.3K 2013
68% Magic Magic Sarah 2013
48% Sleeping Beauty Lucy $21.7K 2011
22% Sucker Punch Babydoll $36.4M 2011
31% The Uninvited Anna $28.6M 2009
No Score Yet Stranded Penny 2005
72% Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events Violet Baudelaire $118.5M 2004
56% Ned Kelly Grace Kelly 2003
9% Darkness Falls Young Caitlin Greene $32.1M 2003
16% Ghost Ship Katie $30.2M 2002
71% The Man Who Sued God Rebecca Myers 2001
No Score Yet The Echo of Thunder Opal 1998

TV

Credit
86% The Affair
2014-2019
2019
76% American Gods
2017
Laura Moon 2019
2017
No Score Yet Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
2009-2014
Guest 2011

QUOTES FROM Emily Browning CHARACTERS

Frances Shea says: London in the 1960s, everyone had a story about the Krays. They were twins. Reggie was a gangster prince of East End, Ronnie Kray was a one-man mob.

Cassia says: Now, I don't know, I don't know where I'm a gonna go when the volcano blow.

Lucy says: I love drinking, I'm really good at it.

Llamando Conde Olaf says: This is we're your sleep, time for bed

Llamando Conde Olaf says: This is we're your sleep, time for bed.

Violet Baudelaire says: But the suns still up!

Llamando Conde Olaf says: (mokingly) but the suns still up

Llamando Conde Olaf says: [mockingly] But the suns still up.

Babydoll says: This was never my story. It's yours. Now, don't screw it up, okay?

Babydoll says: You'll never have me... EVER. *Kicks Blue down*

Babydoll says: You'll never have me... EVER. [kicks Blue down]

Blue says: Did you lose your fight,huh?

Babydoll says: No, I just found it.

Sweet Pea says: This can't be. We did everything right.

Babydoll says: A map, a fire, a knife, a key, one thing more, one thing more. It's me.

Klaus Baudelaire says: theres always something

Klaus Baudelaire says: There is always something.

Violet Baudelaire says: well not this time

Violet Baudelaire says: Well not this time.

Sweet Pea says: She wasn't impressed! All that gyrating and moaning... the dance should be more than just titillation, mine's personal it says who I am. What the heck does yours say?

Babydoll says: It says I'm gonna escape from here and I'm gonna be free.

Sweet Pea says: Well, send me a postcard from paradise.

Lucy says: Fear of death is the biggest hoax.

Clara says: Your vagina will not be penetrated. Your vagina will be a temple

Clara says: Your vagina will not be penetrated. Your vagina will be a temple.

Lucy says: My vagina is not a temple

Lucy says: My vagina is not a temple.

Babydoll says: i'm going to escape from here.......i gong to be free

Babydoll says: I'm gonna escape from here.

Babydoll says: That's it... of course... the last piece.... its me

Babydoll says: 20-year-old girl nicknamed "Babydoll" (Emily Browning) is institutionalized by her stepfather at the Lennox House for the Mentally Insane after she is blamed for the death of her younger sister. Blue Jones (Oscar Isaac), the asylum's orderly, is bribed by Babydoll's stepfather into faking the signature of the asylum's psychiatrist, Dr. Vera Gorski (Carla Gugino), to have Babydoll lobotomized so she can neither inform the authorities of what really happened nor reclaim her recently deceased mother's fortune. As she enters the institution, she notices details of its layout and security.

Babydoll says: ‎"And finally, this question: The mystery of whose story it will be, of who draws the curtain, of who sets the stage. Who is it that chooses our steps in the dance, who drives us mad, lashes us with whips and crowns us with victory when we survive the impossible? Who is it that does all these things?

Madam Gorski says: And finally, this question: The mystery of whose story it will be, of who draws the curtain, of who sets the stage. Who is it that chooses our steps in the dance, who drives us mad, lashes us with whips and crowns us with victory when we survive the impossible? Who is it that does all these things?