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Naomie Harris

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Naomie Harris
OBE
Naomie Harris 2014.jpg

Harris in June 2014
Born Naami Melanie Harris
(1976-09-06) 6 September 1976 (age 40)
London, England, UK
Alma mater Pembroke College, Cambridge
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
Occupation Actress
Years active 1987–present

Naomie Melanie Harris,[1] OBE (born 6 September 1976)[1] is an English actress. She started her career as a child actress, appearing on the children television series Simon and the Witch in 1987. She played voodoo witch Tia Dalma in the second and third Pirates of the Caribbean films, Selena in 28 Days Later, and Winnie Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. She played Eve Moneypenny in the James Bond films Skyfall and Spectre. In 2016, she starred in the critically acclaimed film Moonlight, a performance which earned her nominations for several awards including the Golden Globe, BAFTA, and Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Early life[edit]

Harris was born on 6 September 1976 in Islington, London, where she was raised. Harris’ mother, Lisselle Kayla, came to London as a child with her parents from Jamaica, and her father came there from Trinidad.[2] They separated before she was born, and Harris was raised by her mother and has no relationship with her father. Her mother later remarried and Harris has two younger half-siblings.[3] Her mother worked as a screenwriter on EastEnders and is now a healer.[4] Harris attended London’s St Marylebone School, before attending Woodhouse College as a 6th form student. She graduated from Pembroke College, Cambridge in 1998 with a degree in Social and Political Sciences. Harris gained her training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.[5]

Career[edit]

Harris has appeared in television and film since she was nine, including a starring role on the remake of the science fiction series The Tomorrow People.[6] In 2000, she played Susan in The Witch of Edmonton at the Southwark Playhouse.[7] In November 2002, she starred in Danny Boyle‘s post-apocalyptic film 28 Days Later.[1] In the same year, she starred in the television adaptation of Zadie Smith‘s White Teeth.[1] Since then, Harris has appeared in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End and Michael Mann‘s Miami Vice.[1] She also did a comic turn in Michael Winterbottom‘s indie ensemble piece, A Cock and Bull Story.[8] She starred in Channel 4‘s adaptation of the novel Poppy Shakespeare, which was first shown on 31 March 2008. She also appeared in BBC’s historical drama Small Island in December 2009.[9][10]

She played Elizabeth Lavenza in Danny Boyle‘s stage production of Mary Shelley‘s Frankenstein for the National Theatre from 22 February to 2 May 2011.[11] She played the lead role in The First Grader, directed by Justin Chadwick, which premiered on 18 May 2011 in the Seattle International Film Festival.[12]

Harris co-starred in the 23rd James Bond film, Skyfall, playing Eve Moneypenny.[4] She is the first black actress to play Moneypenny, and is the first Moneypenny to be given a first name.[13] In 2012, Harris was the voice-over for the Boss Nuit Pour Femme commercial starring actress Gwyneth Paltrow.

Harris portrayed Winnie Mandela in the biopic Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, based on the book of the same name, opposite actor Idris Elba.[14] The film was released on 29 November 2013. Winnie Madikizela-Mandela on viewing the film told Harris that it seemed like she wasn’t acting, but channeling her and that it was “the first time she felt truly captured on film”.[15][16] Harris reprised her role as Eve Moneypenny in the 24th Bond film, Spectre, which was released on 26 October 2015.[17]

Harris was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2017 New Year Honours for services to drama.[18]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Crust Receptionist
2002 Living In Hope Ginny
2002 Anansi Carla
2002 28 Days Later Selena
2004 Trauma Elisa
2004 After the Sunset Sophie
2006 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest Tia Dalma
2006 Miami Vice Trudy Joplin
2006 A Cock and Bull Story Jennie
2007 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End Tia Dalma/Calypso
2008 Street Kings Linda Washington
2008 Explicit Ills Jill
2008 August Sarah
2009 Morris: A Life with Bells On Sonja
2009 Ninja Assassin Mika Coretti
2009 Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll Denise
2009 My Last Five Girlfriends Gemma
2010 The First Grader Jane Obinchu
2012 Skyfall Eve Moneypenny
2013 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Winnie Mandela
2015 Southpaw Angela Rivera
2015 Spectre Eve Moneypenny
2016 Our Kind of Traitor Gail Perkins
2016 Moonlight Paula
2016 Collateral Beauty Madeleine
2018 Rampage[19] Pre-production
2018 Jungle Book Nisha (voice) Post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Note
1987–1988 Simon and the Witch Joyce 12 episodes
1989 Erasmus Microman Millie 1 episode
1992–1993 Runaway Bay Shuku 17 episodes
1992–1995 The Tomorrow People Ami Jackson 16 episodes
2000 Dream Team Lola Olokwe 1 episode
2002 Trial & Retribution V Tara Gray 1 episode
2002 White Teeth Clara 4 episodes
2002 The Project Maggie Dunn
2002–2003 Dinotopia Romana 2 episodes
2008 Poppy Shakespeare Poppy Shakespeare
2009 Small Island Hortense Roberts
2009 Blood and Oil Alice Omuka
2010 Accused Alison Wade 1 episode

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role
2010 Fable III Page
2012 007 Legends Eve Moneypenny

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role
2000 The Witch of Edmonton Susan Carter
2011 Frankenstein Elizabeth Lavenza

Naomie Harris

 

Naomie Harris

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Naomie Harris
Naomie Harris 2014.jpg

Harris in June 2014
Born Naami Melanie Harris
(1976-09-06) 6 September 1976 (age 40)
London, England, UK
Alma mater Pembroke College, Cambridge
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
Occupation Actress
Years active 1987–present

Naomie Melanie Harris[1] (born 6 September 1976)[1] is an English actress. She played voodoo witch Tia Dalma in the second and third Pirates of the Caribbean films, Selena in 28 Days Later, and Winnie Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. She played Eve Moneypenny in the James Bond films Skyfall and Spectre.

Early life[edit]

Harris was born on 6 September 1976 in Islington, London, where she was raised, and where she attended St Marylebone School, before attending Woodhouse College as a 6th form student. She graduated from Pembroke College, Cambridge in 1998 with a degree in Social and Political Sciences. Harris’ mother, Lisselle Kayla, came to London as a child with her parents from Jamaica, and her father came there from Trinidad.[2] They separated before she was born, and Harris was raised by her mother and has no relationship with her father. Her mother later remarried and Harris has two younger half-siblings.[3] Her mother worked as a screenwriter on EastEnders and is now a healer.[4] Harris gained her training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.[5]

Career[edit]

Harris has appeared in television and film since she was nine, including a starring role on the remake of the science fiction series The Tomorrow People.[6]In 2000, she played Susan in The Witch of Edmonton at the Southwark Playhouse.[7] In November 2002, she starred in Danny Boyle‘s post-apocalyptic film 28 Days Later.[1] In the same year, she starred in the television adaptation of Zadie Smith‘s White Teeth.[1] Since then, Harris has appeared in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End and Michael Mann‘s Miami Vice.[1] She also did a comic turn in Michael Winterbottom‘s indie ensemble piece, A Cock and Bull Story.[8] She starred in Channel 4‘s adaptation of the novel Poppy Shakespeare, which was first shown on 31 March 2008. She also appeared in BBC’s historical drama Small Island in December 2009.[9][10]

She played Elizabeth Lavenza in Danny Boyle‘s stage production of Mary Shelley‘s Frankenstein for the National Theatre from 22 February to 2 May 2011.[11] She played the lead role in The First Grader, directed by Justin Chadwick, which premiered on 18 May 2011 in the Seattle International Film Festival.[12]

Harris co-starred in the 23rd James Bond film, Skyfall, playing Eve Moneypenny.[4] She is the first black actress to play Moneypenny, and is the first Moneypenny to be given a first name.[13] In 2012, Harris was the voice-over for the Boss Nuit Pour Femme commercial starring actress Gwyneth Paltrow.

Harris portrayed Winnie Mandela in the biopic Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, based on the book of the same name, opposite actor Idris Elba.[14] The film was released on 29 November 2013. Winnie Madikizela-Mandela on viewing the film told Harris that it seemed like she wasn’t acting, but channeling her and that it was “the first time she felt truly captured on film”.[15][16] Harris reprised her role as Eve Moneypenny in the 24th Bond film, Spectre, which was released on 26 October 2015.[17]

Personal life[edit]

Harris has been in a relationship with Peter Legler since 2012. She previously dated Chiwetel Ejiofor.[18]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Crust Receptionist
2002 Living In Hope Ginny
2002 Anansi Carla
2002 28 Days Later Selena
2004 Trauma Elisa
2004 After the Sunset Sophie
2006 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest Tia Dalma
2006 Miami Vice Trudy Joplin
2006 A Cock and Bull Story Jennie
2007 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End Tia Dalma/Calypso
2008 Street Kings Linda Washington
2008 Explicit Ills Jill
2008 August Sarah
2009 Morris: A Life with Bells On Sonja
2009 Ninja Assassin Mika Coretti
2009 Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll Denise
2009 My Last Five Girlfriends Gemma
2010 The First Grader Jane Obinchu
2012 Skyfall Eve Moneypenny
2013 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Winnie Mandela
2015 Southpaw Angela Rivera
2015 Spectre Eve Moneypenny
2016 Our Kind of Traitor Gail Perkins
2016 Moonlight Paula
2016 Collateral Beauty Madeleine In post-production
2018 Jungle Book Nisha (voice) In post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Note
1987–1988 Simon and the Witch Joyce 12 episodes
1989 Erasmus Microman Millie 1 episode
1992–1993 Runaway Bay Shuku 17 episodes
1992–1995 The Tomorrow People Ami Jackson 16 episodes
2000 Dream Team Lola Olokwe 1 episode
2002 Trial & Retribution V Tara Gray 1 episode
2002 White Teeth Clara 4 episodes
2002 The Project Maggie Dunn
2002–2003 Dinotopia Romana 2 episodes
2008 Poppy Shakespeare Poppy Shakespeare
2009 Small Island Hortense Roberts
2009 Blood and Oil Alice Omuka
2010 Accused Alison Wade 1 episode

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role
2010 Fable III Page
2012 007 Legends Eve Moneypenny

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role
2000 The Witch of Edmonton Susan Carter
2011 Frankenstein Elizabeth Lavenza

Awards and nominations[edit]

List of awards and nominations
Year Award Category Work Result
2003 Golden Nymph Best Performance by an Actress White Teeth Nominated
2004 Black Reel Awards Best Breakthrough Performance 28 Days Later Won
2007 BAFTA Awards Rising Star Nominated
2010 Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Miniseries Small Island Nominated
2011 Glamour Awards Theatre Actress of the Year Frankenstein Won
2012 Black Reel Awards Best Actress The First Grader Nominated
2013 Essence Awards Shining Star Award Skyfall Won
2014 London Film Critics Circle Awards Best Supporting Actress Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Nominated
2014 London Film Critics Circle Awards British Actress of the Year Nominated
2014 NAACP Awards Best Supporting Actress Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Nominated
2016 Hollywood Film Awards Breakout Actress Collateral Beauty and Moonlight Won

Naomie Harris

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Naomie Harris
Naomie Harris 2014.jpg

  
Harris in June 2014
Born Naomie Melanie Harris
(1976-09-06) September 6, 1976 (age 39)
London, England, United Kingdom
Alma mater Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Occupation Actress
Years active 1987–present

Naomie Melanie Harris[1] (born 1976)[1] is a British actress. She played voodoo witch Tia Dalma in the second and third Pirates of the Caribbean films, Selena in 28 Days Later, and Winnie Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. She played Eve Moneypenny in the James Bond films Skyfall and Spectre.

Early life[edit]

Harris was born on 6 September 1976 in London, where she was raised, and where she attended St Marylebone School, before attending Woodhouse College as a 6th form student. She graduated from Pembroke College, Cambridge in 1998 with a degree in Social and Political Sciences. Her mother, Lisselle Kayla, is originally from Jamaica, and her father from Trinidad.[2] They separated before she was born, and she was raised by her mother. Her mother worked as a screenwriter on EastEnders and is now a healer.[3] Harris gained her training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.[4]

Career[edit]

Harris has appeared in television and film since she was nine, including a starring role on the remake of the science fiction series The Tomorrow People.[5] In November 2002, she starred in Danny Boyle‘s post-apocalyptic film 28 Days Later.[1] In the same year, she starred in the television adaptation of Zadie Smith‘s White Teeth.[1] Since then, Harris has appeared in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End and Michael Mann‘s Miami Vice.[1] She also did a comic turn in Michael Winterbottom‘s indie ensemble piece, A Cock and Bull Story.[6] She starred in Channel 4‘s adaptation of the novel Poppy Shakespeare, which was first shown on 31 March 2008. She also appeared in BBC’s historical drama Small Island in December 2009.[7][8]

She played Elizabeth Lavenza in Danny Boyle‘s stage production of Mary Shelley‘s Frankenstein for the National Theatre from 22 February to 2 May 2011.[9] She played the lead role in The First Grader, directed by Justin Chadwick, which premiered on 18 May 2011 in the Seattle International Film Festival.[10]

Harris co-starred in the 23rd James Bond film, Skyfall, playing Eve Moneypenny.[3] She is the first black actress to play Moneypenny, and is the first Moneypenny to be given a first name.[11] In 2012, Harris was the voice-over for the Boss Nuit Pour Femme commercial starring actress Gwyneth Paltrow.

Harris portrayed Winnie Mandela in the biopic Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, based on the book of the same name, opposite actor Idris Elba.[12] The film was released on 29 November 2013. Winnie Madikizela-Mandela on viewing the film told Harris that it seemed like she wasn’t acting, but channeling her and that it was “the first time she felt truly captured on film”.[13][14] Harris reprised her role as Eve Moneypenny in the 24th Bond film, Spectre, which was released on 26 October 2015.[15]

Personal life[edit]

Harris has been in a relationship with Peter Legler since 2012.[16]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role
2001 Crust Receptionist
2002 Living In Hope Ginny
2002 Anansi Carla
2002 28 Days Later Selena
2004 Trauma Elisa
2004 After the Sunset Sophie
2006 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest Tia Dalma
2006 Miami Vice Det. Trudy Joplin
2006 A Cock and Bull Story Jennie
2007 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End Tia Dalma/Calypso
2008 Street Kings Linda Washington
2008 Explicit Ills Jill
2008 August Sarah
2009 Morris: A Life with Bells On Sonja
2009 Ninja Assassin Mika Coretti
2009 Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll Denise
2009 My Last Five Girlfriends Gemma
2010 The First Grader Jane Obinchu
2012 Skyfall Eve Moneypenny
2013 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Winnie Mandela
2015 Southpaw Angela Rivera
2015 Spectre Eve Moneypenny
2016 Our Kind of Traitor Gail Perkins
2016 Moonlight
2016 Collateral Beauty Madeleine
2018 Jungle Book Nisha (voice)

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Note
1987–1988 Simon and the Witch Joyce 12 episodes
1989 Erasmus Microman Millie 1 episode
1992–1993 Runaway Bay Shuku 17 episodes
1992–1995 The Tomorrow People Ami Jackson 16 episodes
2000 Dream Team Lola Olokwe 1 episode
2002 Trial & Retribution V Tara Gray 1 episode
2002 White Teeth Clara 4 episodes
2002 The Project Maggie Dunn
2002–2003 Dinotopia Romana 2 episodes
2008 Poppy Shakespeare Poppy Shakespeare
2009 Small Island Hortense Roberts
2009 Blood and Oil Alice Omuka
2010 Accused Alison Wade 1 episode

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role
2010 Fable III Page
2012 007 Legends Eve Moneypenny

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role
2011 Frankenstein Elizabeth Lavenza

Awards and nominations[edit]

List of awards and nominations
Year Award Category Work Result
2003 Golden Nymph Best Performance by an Actress White Teeth Nominated
2004 Black Reel Awards Best Breakthrough Performance 28 Days Later Won
2007 BAFTA Awards Rising Star Nominated
2010 Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Miniseries Small Island Nominated
2011 Glamour Awards Theatre Actress of the Year Frankenstein Won
2012 Black Reel Awards Best Actress The First Grader Nominated
2013 Essence Awards Shining Star Award Skyfall Won
2014 London Film Critics Circle Awards Best Supporting Actress Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Nominated
2014 London Film Critics Circle Awards British Actress of the Year Nominated
2014 NAACP Awards Best Supporting Actress Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Nominated

Naomie Harris

Naomie Harris

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Naomie Harris
Naomie Harris 2014.jpg  

Harris in June 2014
Born Naomie Melanie Harris
(1976-09-06) 6 September 1976 (age 39)
London, England
Alma mater Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Occupation Actress
Years active 1987–present

Naomie Melanie Harris[1] (born 6 September 1976)[1] is a British actress. She played voodoo witch Tia Dalma in the second and third Pirates of the Caribbean films, Selena in 28 Days Later, and Winnie Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. She played Eve Moneypenny in the James Bond films Skyfall and Spectre.

Early life[edit]

Harris was born on 6 September 1976 in London, where she was raised, and where she attended St Marylebone School. She graduated from Pembroke College, Cambridge in 1998 with a degree in Social and Political Sciences. Her mother, Lisselle Kayla, is originally from Jamaica, and her father from Trinidad.[2] They separated before she was born, and she was raised by her mother. Her mother worked as a screenwriter on EastEnders and is now a healer.[3] Harris gained her training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.[4]

Career[edit]

Harris has appeared in television and film since she was nine, including a starring role on the remake of the science fiction series The Tomorrow People.[5] In November 2002, she starred in Danny Boyle‘s post-apocalyptic film 28 Days Later.[1] In the same year, she starred in the television adaptation of Zadie Smith‘s White Teeth.[1] Since then, Harris has appeared in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End and Michael Mann‘s Miami Vice.[1] She also did a comic turn in Michael Winterbottom‘s indie ensemble piece, A Cock and Bull Story.[6] She starred in Channel 4‘s adaptation of the novel Poppy Shakespeare, which was first shown on 31 March 2008. She also appeared in BBC’s historical drama Small Island in December 2009.[7][8]

She played Elizabeth Lavenza in Danny Boyle‘s stage production of Mary Shelley‘s Frankenstein for the National Theatre from 22 February to 2 May 2011.[9] She plays the lead role in The First Grader, directed by Justin Chadwick, which premiered on 18 May 2011 in the Seattle International Film Festival.[10] Harris co-starred in the 23rd James Bond film, Skyfall, playing Eve Moneypenny.[3] She is the first black actress to play Moneypenny, and is the first Moneypenny to be given a first name.[11] In 2012, Harris was the voice-over for the Boss Nuit Pour Femme advert starring actress Gwyneth Paltrow.

Harris portrayed Winnie Mandela in the biopic Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, based on the book of the same name, opposite actor Idris Elba.[12] The film was released on 29 November 2013. Winnie Madikizela-Mandela on viewing the film told Harris that it seemed like she wasn’t acting, but channeling her and that it was “the first time she felt truly captured on film”.[13][14] Harris reprised her role as Eve Moneypenny in the 24th Bond film Spectre, which was released on 26 October 2015.[15]

Personal life[edit]

Harris has been in a relationship with Peter Legler since 2012.[16]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role
2001 Crust Receptionist
2002 Living In Hope Ginny
2002 Anansi Carla
2002 28 Days Later Selena
2004 Trauma Elisa
2004 After the Sunset Sophie
2006 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest Tia Dalma
2006 Miami Vice Det. Trudy Joplin
2006 A Cock and Bull Story Jennie
2007 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End Tia Dalma/Calypso
2008 Street Kings Linda Washington
2008 Explicit Ills Jill
2008 August Sarah
2009 Morris: A Life with Bells On Sonja
2009 Ninja Assassin Mika Coretti
2009 Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll Denise
2009 My Last Five Girlfriends Gemma
2010 The First Grader Jane Obinchu
2012 Skyfall Eve Moneypenny
2013 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Winnie Mandela
2015 Southpaw Angela Rivera
2015 Spectre Eve Moneypenny
2016 Moonlight
2016 Our Kind of Traitor Gail Perkins
2017 Jungle Book: Origins Nisha (voice)

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Note
1987–1988 Simon and the Witch Joyce 12 episodes
1989 Erasmus Microman Millie 1 episode
1992–1993 Runaway Bay Shuku 17 episodes
1992–1995 The Tomorrow People Ami Jackson 16 episodes
2000 Dream Team Lola Olokwe 1 episode
2002 Trial & Retribution V Tara Gray 1 episode
2002 White Teeth Clara 4 episodes
2002 The Project Maggie Dunn
2002–2003 Dinotopia Romana 2 episodes
2008 Poppy Shakespeare Poppy Shakespeare
2009 Small Island Hortense Roberts
2009 Blood and Oil Alice Omuka
2010 Accused Alison Wade 1 episode

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role
2010 Fable III Page
2012 007 Legends Eve Moneypenny

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role
2011 Frankenstein Elizabeth Lavenza

Awards and nominations[edit]

List of awards and nominations
Year Award Category Work Result
2003 Golden Nymph Best Performance by an Actress White Teeth Nominated
2004 Black Reel Awards Best Breakthrough Performance 28 Days Later Won
2007 BAFTA Awards Rising Star Nominated
2010 Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Miniseries Small Island Nominated
2011 Glamour Awards Theatre Actress of the Year Frankenstein Won
2012 Black Reel Awards Best Actress The First Grader Nominated
2013 Essence Awards Shining Star Award Skyfall Won
2014 London Film Critics Circle Awards Best Supporting Actress Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Nominated
2014 London Film Critics Circle Awards British Actress of the Year Nominated
2014 NAACP Awards Best Supporting Actress Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Nominated