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Carey Mulligan

Actor Date of birth 28th May 1985
Place of birth London, England
Year of debut 2005
First feature film Pride & Prejudice


  • Academy Awards nominated1
  • BAFTA Awards won1
  • BAFTA Awards nominated2
  • Golden Globe Awards nominated1
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Carey Mulligan moved to Germany when she was three. She lived there for five years. She became interested in acting after watching her older brother in a school play. At 18, she landed the role of Kitty Bennett in Pride & Prejudice. She starred in several TV costume dramas including Bleak House and Northanger Abbey. In 2007 she made her Broadway debut in The Seagull. In 2009 she found international fame playing the lead role in An Education.

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Carey Mulligan's films

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Packshot for the film Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
12 Certificate
127 Mins

Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) is released from prison and tries to reconnect with his daughter (Carey Mulligan) by contacting her fiance (Shia LaBeouf). Some strong language.

Rent for £2.50
Packshot for the film Inside Llewyn Davis
15 Certificate
100 Mins

Directed by the Coen brothers. 1961. A struggling singer tries to make it on the Greenwich Village folk music scene. Strong language, sex references, implied hard drug use.

Rent for £2.99
Packshot for the film An Education
12 Certificate
96 Mins

A 16 year old girl (Carey Mulligan) falls for an older man (Peter Sarsgaard). Co stars Alfred Molina and Rosamund Pike. Contains moderate sex references.

Rent for £2.49
Packshot for the film Shame
18 Certificate
97 Mins

A sex addict's (Michael Fassbender) life spirals out of control. With Carey Mulligan. Nudity, sex and strong language throughout.

Rent for £2.49

Did you know?

  • Carey Mulligan spent the first eight years of her life living in hotels. Her father is an international hotel manager.
  • She played several male roles in her school plays.
  • After school, she was rejected from three drama schools.
  • She donated the designer dress she wore to the BAFTAs in 2009 to Oxfam.
  • After Julian Fellowes spoke at her school, she pursuaded her headmistress to introduce them. Julian then put her in touch with a casting agent.


  • 1 Academy Awards nominated

    • 2008 Actress in a Leading Role - An Education
  • 1 BAFTA Awards won

    • 2009 Leading Actress - An Education
  • 2 BAFTA Awards nominated

    • 2012 Supporting Actress - Drive
    • 2009 Leading Actress - An Education
  • 1 Golden Globe Awards nominated

    • 2010 Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama - An Education