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Kathrin Romary Beckinsale (born 26 July 1973) is an English actress. After some minor television roles, her film debut was Much Ado About Nothing (1993) while a student at the University of Oxford.
She appeared in British costume dramas such as Prince of Jutland (1994), Cold Comfort Farm (1995), Emma (1996), and The Golden Bowl (2000), in addition to various stage and radio productions.
She started film work in the United States in the late 1990s, and, after appearing in small-scale dramas The Last Days of Disco (1998) and Brokedown Palace (1999), she starred in the war drama Pearl Harbor (2001), the romantic comedy Serendipity, and Tiptoes (2003). She followed those with appearances in The Aviator (2004) and Click (2006).
After her role as Selene in the Underworld film series (2003–2016), Beckinsale is known for her work in action films, including Van Helsing (2004), Whiteout (2009), Contraband (2012), and Total Recall (2012).
She continues to make appearances in smaller dramatic projects such as Snow Angels (2007), Nothing but the Truth (2008), and Everybody’s Fine (2009). In 2016, she received critical acclaim for her performance in the period comedy film Love & Friendship.
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Kathrin Romary Beckinsale was born in Chiswick, Borough of Hounslow, London, England. She is the only child of actors Richard Beckinsale and Judy Loe. She has an older paternal half-sister, actress Samantha Beckinsale, but they are not in regular contact. Her father was of one-quarter Burmese descent.
She made her first television appearance at the age of four, in an episode of This is Your Life dedicated to her father. When she was five years old, her 31-year-old father died suddenly of a heart attack. Beckinsale was deeply traumatised by the loss and “started expecting bad things to happen.”
Her widowed mother moved in with director Roy Battersby when Beckinsale was nine and she was brought up alongside his four sons and daughter. She has a close relationship with her step-father, who was a member of the Workers Revolutionary Party during her youth.
Beckinsale helped to sell The News Line, a Trotskyist newspaper, as a little girl and has said the household phone was tapped following Battersby’s blacklisting by the BBC. Family friends included Ken Loach and Vanessa Redgrave.
Beckinsale was educated at Godolphin and Latymer School, an independent school for girls in Hammersmith, West London and was involved with the Orange Tree Youth Theatre. She was twice a winner of the WH Smith Young Writers Award for both fiction and poetry.
She has described herself as a “late bloomer”: “All of my friends were kissing boys and drinking cider way before me. I found it really depressing that we weren’t making campfires and everyone was doing stuff like that.”
She had a nervous breakdown and developed anorexia at the age of 15 and underwent Freudian psychoanalysis for four years.
Beckinsale read French and Russian literature at New College, Oxford, and was later described by a contemporary, journalist Victoria Coren Mitchell, as “whip-clever, slightly nuts, and very charming”. She became friends with Roy Kinnear’s daughter Kirsty.
She was involved with the Oxford University Dramatic Society, most notably being directed by fellow student Tom Hooper in a production of A View from the Bridge at the Oxford Playhouse. As a Modern Languages student, she was required to spend her third year abroad and studied in Paris.
She then decided to quit university to concentrate on her burgeoning acting career: “It was getting to the point where I wasn’t enjoying either thing enough because both were very high pressure.”
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2009–2015: Return to action films
In 2009, Beckinsale starred in the comic-book adaption Whiteout, as a US Marshal tasked with investigating a murder in Antarctica. It was filmed in Manitoba, Canada. She found the action scenes less physically demanding than those in Underworld because “three pairs of trousers and a parka gives you a bit more protection than the latex suit.”
The film was critically panned and a box office failure, failing to recoup its budget. With critics consensus: Beckinsale is the lovely as ever and does her best with the material, but moribund pacing and an uninspired plot leave Whiteout in the cold.
She also made a brief cameo in the prequel Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, she appeared in flashforwards composed of footage from 2003’s Underworld.
Also in 2009, Beckinsale starred in the family drama Everybody’s Fine alongside Robert De Niro, Drew Barrymore, and Rockwell, her Snow Angels co-star.
Beckinsale was excited by the opportunity to work with De Niro, whom she had first encountered “years and years ago when I just had Lily and he was putting together a reading of The Good Shepherd.”. Everybody’s Fine was a box office flop, failing to recoup its production budget.
In May 2010, Beckinsale sat on the nine-member 2010 Cannes Film Festival jury, chaired by director Tim Burton. Unable to find a script she felt passionate about, Beckinsale kept a low profile in 2010 and 2011, opting to spend time with her daughter.
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Beckinsale returned to acting in 2012 with appearances in three action films. Beckinsale first appeared in the action thriller Contraband. She had a supporting role as the wife of Mark Wahlberg’s character, a former criminal who gets forced back into a life of crime after his family members are threatened.
The film was directed by Baltasar Kormákur, who also starred in the Icelandic language version of the film, Reykjavík-Rotterdam. The San Francisco Chronicle felt Beckinsale was “stuck in a bit of a thankless role as the victimised wife, but she does try to infuse a harder edge to the character.”
The Hollywood Reporter stated that “Beckinsale, her innate classiness calibrated down a few notches, has little to do but be supportive, worried and, eventually, besieged.”
Entertainment Weekly felt that the “woman-in-peril stuff is second-rate, giving off a whiff of exploitation” while Variety found the repeated violence towards Beckinsale’s character disturbing. The film had a production budget of $25 million and has grossed over $96 million worldwide.
Beckinsale next reprised her role as Selene in the fourth instalment of the vampire franchise Underworld: Awakening. The franchise was initially conceived of as a trilogy and Beckinsale was not “intending to do another one” but was convinced by the quality of the script.
The Hollywood Reporter noted that “when she’s not actually fighting, her performance consists of little more than striding purposefully toward or away from the camera.” The Los Angeles Times remarked that she “finally manages to perfect the monotone delivery she’d been honing for the series’ first two entries.” The film had a production budget of $70 million and has grossed over $160 million worldwide.
Also in 2012, Beckinsale appeared as the wife of a factory worker in the sci-fi action remake Total Recall, directed by her husband Len Wiseman.
She has said Wiseman joined the project because he was unable to receive studio financing for an original sci-fi idea: “You’re constantly finding yourself having to defend doing a remake when you didn’t really want to make one in the first place.” The film received mainly negative reviews.
Variety found her performance “one-note” while The Hollywood Reporter described her as “one-dimensional.” USA Today remarked she “spends much of the movie strutting down hallways and looking relentlessly, though blandly, nasty.” The New York Post asserted Beckinsale “vastly overstays her welcome.” The film has grossed $198 million from a production budget of over $125 million.
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In 2013, Beckinsale starred in the legal thriller The Trials of Cate McCall opposite Nick Nolte and James Cromwell. The film received negative reviews and was released as a Lifetime movie.
She next appeared in the little-seen psychological thriller Stonehearst Asylum, loosely based on Edgar Allan Poe’s short story. A lukewarm critical reception greeted the film upon its DVD release, Jeannette Catsoulis of The New York Times said Beckinsale was “emoting as if an Oscar nomination depended on it” while Dennis Harvey of Variety found her performance “overwrought.”
In 2014, she provided the voice for Queen Ayrenn, a character in The Elder Scrolls Online video game. Also in 2014, Beckinsale starred in the psychological thriller The Face of an Angel alongside Daniel Brühl. The film, directed by Michael Winterbottom, was inspired by the case of Meredith Kercher.
Jesse Hassenger of The A.V. Club felt her “charismatic” performance was wasted. Also that year, she starred alongside Simon Pegg in the poorly received British comedy Absolutely Anything, as an author agency employee and the love interest of a man (Pegg) chosen by four aliens to do anything he wants.
Tom Huddleston of Time Out said her character “is never really developed – which is perhaps a blessing because her cut-glass-posh performance is almost as grating as Pegg’s.” A fan of Monty Python growing up, in 2014 Beckinsale appeared on the fourth episode of Monty Python’s Best Bits (Mostly) where she spoke of her favourite Python comedy sketch.
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2016–2019: Love & Friendship and onwards
In the 2016 romantic comedy Love & Friendship, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, Beckinsale reunited with her Last Days of Disco collaborators Stillman and Sevigny.
Based on Jane Austen’s Lady Susan, the film revolved around her role as the title character, a wry and calculating widow, as she pursues a wealthy and hapless man for marriage originally intended for her daughter, though she eventually marries him herself. The film was universally acclaimed by critics and found commercial success in arthouse cinemas.
Justin Chang of Variety described the role as “one of the most satisfying screen roles of her career. Beckinsale magnetizes the screen in a way that naturally underscores how far ahead of everyone else she is: an effect that doesn’t always work to the movie’s advantage.”
Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter remarked, “There aren’t great depths to the role, but Beckinsale excels with the long speeches and in defining her character as a very self-aware egoist.”
Also in the year, she starred in the horror film The Disappointments Room, opposite Mel Raido, both playing a couple in a new house that contains a hidden room with a haunted past. The film was heavily panned by critics and flopped at the box office, it only made US$1.4 million in its opening weekend, and a total of US$2.4 million in North America.
Christian Holub of Entertainment Weekly concluded that “[m]ost of the film is just Beckinsale walking around looking worried”, while Joe Leydon of Variety found her “credible and compelling, except for when she’s trying way too hard in a rather unfortunate scene that calls for drunken ranting.”
In late 2016, Beckinsale returned as Selene in the fifth instalment of the Underworld franchise, Underworld: Blood Wars, which grossed US$81.1 million worldwide.
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Beckinsale starred opposite Pierce Brosnan, Callum Turner, and Jeff Bridges in Marc Webb’s romantic coming-of-age drama The Only Living Boy in New York (2017), as a book editor and the mistress of a publisher whose son sees his life upended. Reviews for the film were mediocre, while it found a limited audience in theatres.
The A.V. Club found Brosnan and Beckinsale to be “vastly more interesting by the twin virtues of not disguising their voices and fitting so poorly into the sad-faced melodrama this movie wants to be”.
She is attached to star in an adaptation of The Chocolate Money by Ashley Prentice Norton, with a screenplay by Emma Forrest.
In 2019, Beckinsale starred in the ITV/Amazon Prime drama The Widow, her first TV series for more than 20 years. The series stars Beckinsale as an Englishwoman who believes her husband, killed in a plane crash three years prior, is still alive in the Congo.
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Beckinsale has worked occasionally as a model. In 1997, she appeared in the music video for George Michael’s “Waltz Away Dreaming”. She starred opposite Orlando Bloom in a 2002 Gap television advertisement directed by Cameron Crowe.
She appeared in a Diet Coke television advertisement in 2004, directed by Michael Gondry. She advertised Absolut Vodka in a 2009 print campaign photographed by Ellen von Unwerth. She has also promoted Lux shampoo in a Japanese television advertisement.
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