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Rosamund Pike

Highest Rated:   94% An Education (2009)
Lowest Rated:   13% Return to Sender (2015)
Birthplace:   London, England
To be deceived by actress Rosamund Pike's seemingly fragile beauty and theatrical background may indeed be a fatal mistake, especially if your name is James Bond. As the mysterious Miranda Frost, Pike proved a fierce fencing competitor to the screen's most beloved spy in her feature debut Die Another Day (2002). Though English television viewers may be familiar with Pike for her numerous small-screen roles during the millennial crossover, stateside filmgoers were blind-sided by her role as a Bond girl in the super-spy's 20th outing. Pike, born in London, England, in January 1979, is the child of professional opera singers. As a student studying English literature at Oxford, the bookish Pike began to discover her passion for theater and would subsequently appear in many of the school's plays. After refining her talents on-stage, the burgeoning actress would abandon her field of study upon graduation to appear in a series of BBC productions. Making her television debut in 1998 with A Rather English Marriage, Pike soon began accepting a steady stream of roles consisting mostly of period dramas before making the journey stateside as a prospective Bond girl. Though admittedly intimidated by appearing alongside such luminaries as Pierce Brosnan, Judi Dench, and Halle Berry in her mainstream debut, the confident actress seemed well fit for her role in one of the longest-running celluloid franchises in cinematic history. Though Pike raised a few eyebrows by remaining relatively silent during the press conference for Die Another Day, the actress' decision to let her well-known co-stars do most of the talking indicated that she is a smart actress who chooses her words, as well as her roles, with careful consideration. In the coming years, Pike would maintain a steady presence on screen, appearing in everything from Pride & Prejudice to Doom, from An Education to Surrogates. She would also find particular success in Wrath of the Titans. However, she had her true breakthrough with American audiences in 2014 when she was given the plum role of Amy Dunne in David Fincher's adaptation of the best-selling novel Gone Girl. The movie was a hit at the box office, and Pike earned a number of year-end accolades including an Oscar nomination for Best Actress.


Highest Rated Movies



83% A United Kingdom
  • Ruth Williams
$4M 2017
No Score Yet The Man with the Iron Heart
  • Lina Heydrich
No Score Yet The Man With the Iron Heart (HHhH)
  • Actor
13% Return to Sender
  • Miranda Wells
71% What We Did on Our Holiday
  • Abi
$2.7M 2015
88% Gone Girl
  • Amy Dunne
36% Hector And The Search For Happiness
  • Clara
22% A Long Way Down
  • Penny
89% The World's End
  • Sam Chamberlain
$33.5M 2013
No Score Yet The Devil You Know
  • Zoe Hughes
62% Jack Reacher
  • Helen
$80.1M 2012
26% Wrath of the Titans
  • Andromeda
$83.7M 2012
39% Johnny English Reborn
  • Kate Sumner
$8.3M 2011
40% The Big Year
  • Jessica
$7.2M 2011
80% Barney's Version
  • Miriam Grant-Panofsky
$7.6M 2011
29% Burning Palms
  • Dedra
80% Made in Dagenham
  • Lisa Hopkins
$1.1M 2010
47% Jackboots on Whitehall
  • Daisy
94% An Education
  • Helen
$12.6M 2009
39% Surrogates
  • Maggie
$38.6M 2009
69% Fugitive Pieces
  • Alex
$0.5M 2008
No Score Yet Cemento armato (Concrete Romance)
  • Actor
71% Fracture
  • Nikki Gardner
$39M 2007
33% The Libertine
  • Elizabeth Malet
$4.8M 2006
85% Pride and Prejudice
  • Jane Bennet
$38.3M 2005
19% Doom
  • Samantha Grimm
$28.1M 2005
No Score Yet Promised Land
  • Actor
58% Die Another Day
  • Miranda Frost
$160.3M 2002
No Score Yet Love in a Cold Climate
  • Fanny Radlett
No Score Yet A Rather English Marriage
  • Actor


No Score Yet Thunderbirds Are Go
  • Voice
  • 2017
  • 2016
No Score Yet Charlie Rose
  • Guest
  • 2017
  • 2014
No Score Yet The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
  • Guest
  • 2017
  • 2015
  • 2014
No Score Yet Late Night With Seth Meyers
  • Guest
  • 2015
  • 2014
No Score Yet Foyle's War
  • Sarah Beaumont
  • 2004
  • 2002
No Score Yet Masterpiece
  • Fanny Sarah Beaumont Lady Harriet Celia
  • 2003
  • 2002
  • 2001
  • 1999

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