Paz de la Huerta

Paz de la Huerta

Highest Rated: 72% Enter the Void (2009)

Lowest Rated: 5% 30 Beats (2012)

Birthday: Sep 3, 1984

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

Actress Paz de la Huerta made a reputation for herself as being boisterous, bombastic, and seemingly afraid of nothing. Growing up in New York City to a single mother, her upbringing wasn't easy, but it turned her into someone who was tough, overtly sexual, and often kinetic. She began modeling before she hit her teens and made her film debut when she was only 14 years old in the indie romantic comedy "The Object of My Affection" (1998). The next year, she played a bigger role in the John Irving adaptation "The Cider House Rules" (1999), alongside Michael Caine and Charlize Theron. Following some TV guest roles on shows such as "Law & Order" (NBC 1990-2010) and "The Practice" (ABC 1997-2004), de la Huerta moved into the world of indie cinema, with parts in "Bringing Rain" (2003), "Choke" (2008). Her starring role in Gaspar Noe's transgressive psychodrama "Enter the Void" (2009) and supporting turn in Jim Jarmusch's experimental "The Limits of Control" (2009), in which she played a character who was always nude or wearing see-through clothing, gave her a reputation as an actress who took on challenging and uncommercial roles but had few hang ups about her body. It was after she earned that reputation that she reached a larger stage, co-starring on the period gangster drama "Boardwalk Empire" (HBO 2010-14) as the girlfriend of Steve Buscemi's lead character Nucky Thompson. At the end of the second season, she was let go amidst rumors that the cast and crew found her difficult to work with. As her role in "Boardwalk Empire" came to an end, she starred in the horror movies "Nurse 3D" (2013) and "The Editor" (2014). After co-starring in erotic drama "Bare" (2015) and thriller "The Girl is in Trouble" (2015), de la Huerta appeared in the surrealist fantasy "Aimy In A Cage" (2015) and crime drama "Death in the Desert" (2015). In late 2017, after news broke about producer Harvey Weinstein's predatory behavior toward women, de la Huerta alleged in an interview with Vanity Fair that Weinstein had raped her twice in 2010; the New York District Attorney's Office began investigating the charges with criminal charges against Weinstein a possibility.

Highest rated movies

Enter the Void
The Cider House Rules
A Midsummer Night's Dream
House of Z
The Editor
The Girl Is in Trouble




65% 67% A Midsummer Night's Dream Hippolyta (Character) - 2017
60% 71% House of Z Unknown (Character) - 2016
50% 75% Aimy in a Cage Caroline (Character) - 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet Death in the Desert Margo (Character) - 2015
56% 39% Bare Pepper (Character) - 2015
58% 58% The Editor Josephine Jardin (Character) - 2014
61% 28% Nurse Abby Russell (Character) - 2014
57% 40% The Girl Is in Trouble Maria (Character) - 2012
5% 15% 30 Beats Laura (Character) $14.7K 2012
45% 19% 4:44 Last Day on Earth Girl on Street (Character) $15.7K 2011
72% 71% Enter the Void Linda (Character) $336.5K 2009
43% 43% The Limits of Control Nude (Character) $425.0K 2009
33% 55% The Guitar Cookie (Character) - 2008
11% 31% Deception List Member 1 (Character) $4.6M 2008
56% 52% Choke Nico (Character) $2.9M 2008
No Score Yet 75% 5 Up 2 Down Allie (Character) - 2006
38% 33% The Tripper Jade (Character) $20.8K 2006
No Score Yet No Score Yet 5up 2down Unknown (Character) - 2006
24% 58% Fierce People Jilly (Character) $85.4K 2005
44% 48% Steal Me Lily Rose (Character) - 2005
No Score Yet 0% Light and the Sufferer Annette (Character) - 2004
No Score Yet 29% Bringing Rain Dakota Cunningham (Character) - 2003
46% 51% Rick Vicki (Character) - 2003
No Score Yet 43% Bailey's Mistake Becca Donovan (Character) - 2001
71% 77% The Cider House Rules Mary Agnes (Character) $57.5M 1999
50% No Score Yet Luminous Motion Beatrice (Character) $51.4K 1998


92% 95% Boardwalk Empire Lucy (Character) 2010-2011
78% 89% Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Karen Raye (Guest Star) 2000
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Practice Unknown (Guest Star) 2000