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      Samantha Morton

      Samantha Morton

      Highest Rated: 100% Longford (2006)

      Lowest Rated: 10% Free Jimmy (2006)

      Birthday: May 13, 1977

      Birthplace: Nottingham, England, UK

      Born and raised in Nottingham, England, Samantha Morton had a tumultuous childhood. Separated from her parents by social services, Morton was raised in the English foster care system. At a young age, she found acting as an outlet, enrolling in the Central Junior Television Workshop when she was 13, and soon after began appearing on screen. Her first credits came in 1991 in supporting roles on the series' "Soldier Soldier" (ITV, 1991-97) and "Boon" (ITV, 1986-1992). Morton began to come into her own in the mid 1990s when she landed her first series leading role on "Band of Gold" (ITV, 1995-1997), played the title role in "Jane Eyre" (ITV, 1997), and the lead female role in the adaptation of "The History of Tom Jones: A Foundling" (BBC, 1997). In 1999, Morton broke through to international audiences with her role as a mute woman opposite Sean Penn in the Woody Allen film "Sweet and Lowdown" (1999). The film earned her universal accolades and a Best Supporting Actress nomination for an Academy Award® as well as a Golden Globe, among others. 2002 was another landmark year for the actress, earning further praise for her roles as the crucial 'precog' in "Minority Report" (2002), starring Tom Cruise and directed by Steven Spielberg, as well as a leading role in "In America" (2002), which earned her an Oscar nomination, this one for Best Actress. Morton continued to work in supporting roles, but also found time to direct her first film "Unloved" (2009), a semi-autobiographical story that she also wrote. In 2016, Morton earned accolades as one of the chief antagonists in "Fantastic Creatures and Where to Find Them" (2016). The next year she began a series regular role, playing a madam on the period show "Harlots" (Hulu, 2017-).

      Highest rated movies

      Two for Joy poster
      Two for Joy
      Longford poster
      Lassie poster
      The Messenger poster
      The Messenger
      Minority Report poster
      Minority Report
      In America poster
      In America
      Jane Austen's Emma poster
      Jane Austen's Emma
      She Said poster She Said




      65% 91% The Whale Unknown (Character) $15.6M 2022
      88% 91% She Said Zelda Perkins (Character) $5.8M 2022
      73% 56% Save The Cinema Liz Evans (Character) - 2022
      100% 67% Two for Joy Aisha (Character) - 2018
      74% 79% Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Mary Lou (Character) $234.0M 2016
      52% 24% Miss Julie Kathleen (Character) - 2014
      72% 41% The Harvest Katherine (Character) - 2013
      56% 42% Decoding Annie Parker Annie Parker (Character) $39.9K 2013
      66% 31% Cosmopolis Vija Kinsky (Character) $743.6K 2012
      52% 60% John Carter Sola (Character) $73.1M 2012
      95% 67% The Unloved Director,
      - 2009
      90% 75% The Messenger Olivia Pitterson (Character) $1.1M 2009
      No Score Yet 83% Shadow Play: The Making of Anton Corbijn Unknown (Character) - 2009
      No Score Yet 18% The Daisy Chain Martha McMahon (Character) - 2008
      69% 71% Synecdoche, New York Hazal (Character) $3.1M 2008
      59% 45% Expired Claire (Character) - 2007
      47% 57% Mister Lonely Marilyn Monroe (Character) $165.8K 2007
      35% 59% Elizabeth: The Golden Age Mary Stuart (Character) $16.3M 2007
      88% 89% Control Debbie Curtis (Character) $871.6K 2007
      100% 86% Longford Myra Hindley (Character) - 2006
      10% 55% Free Jimmy Sonia (Voice) - 2006
      40% 47% River Queen Sarah (Character) - 2005
      93% 64% Lassie Sarah Carraclough (Character) $651.4K 2005
      33% 58% The Libertine Elizabeth Barry (Character) $4.8M 2005
      59% 60% Enduring Love Claire (Character) $358.3K 2004
      51% 58% Code 46 Maria Gonzales (Character) $197.1K 2003
      89% 91% In America Sarah (Character) $15.5M 2002
      85% 74% Morvern Callar Morvern Callar (Character) $267.2K 2002
      90% 80% Minority Report Agatha (Character) $132.0M 2002
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Eden Sam (Character) - 2001
      58% 75% Pandaemonium Sara Coleridge (Character) - 2000
      36% 55% Dreaming of Joseph Lees Eva (Character) $7.7K 1999
      79% 83% Jesus' Son Michelle (Character) $1.3M 1999
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Last Yellow Jackie (Character) - 1999
      77% 82% Sweet and Lowdown Hattie (Character) $4.2M 1999
      No Score Yet 25% This Is the Sea Hazel Stokes (Character) - 1997
      No Score Yet 67% Jane Eyre Jane Eyre (Character) - 1997
      88% 62% Under the Skin Iris Kelly (Character) $81.0K 1997
      89% 73% Jane Austen's Emma Mrs. Weston (Character) - 1996


      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Walking Dead: Episode Diaries Alpha (Character) 2020-2022
      No Score Yet No Score Yet AMC+ Fan Experience Unknown (Character) 2022
      100% 85% The Serpent Queen Catherine de Medici (Character) 2022
      74% 52% Tales of the Walking Dead Dee (Character) 2022
      79% 77% The Walking Dead Alpha (Character) 2019-2021
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Would I Lie to You? Contestant 2021
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Friday Night In with The Morgans Guest 2020
      97% 87% Harlots Margaret Wells (Character) 2017-2019
      100% No Score Yet Kathy Burke's All Woman Guest 2019
      88% No Score Yet I Am Kirsty (Character) 2019
      83% 100% Rillington Place Ethel Christie (Character) 2016
      88% 56% The Last Panthers Naomi (Character) 2015
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Max & Ruby Ruby (Character),
      Unknown (Voice)
      2002-2004 2007 2012
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Masterpiece Classic Unknown (Character) 2008
      No Score Yet 100% The Graham Norton Show Unknown (Guest Star) 2007
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Cracker Unknown (Guest Star) 1994