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Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest (2006)

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British postcard by Arcards, no. 0842. Photo: Walt Disney Pictures. Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest (Gore Verbinski, 2006).

British actress Keira Knightley (1985) has starred in both independent films and big-budget blockbusters and is particularly noted for her roles in period dramas.

Keira Christina Righton-Knightley OBE was born in 1985 in London to stage actors Will Knightley and Sharman Macdonald. Knightley has an older brother, Caleb. Knightley attended Teddington School. At age six, she obtained an agent and initially acted in commercials and television films. She focused on art, history, and English literature while studying at Esher College, but left after a year to pursue an acting career. On TV, Keira played Natasha Jordan, a young girl whose mother is involved in an extramarital affair, in the romantic drama A Village Affair (1995).In the cinema, she appeared as Sabé, Padmé Amidala's (Natalie Portman) handmaiden, in the Science-Fiction blockbuster Star Wars: Episode I ? The Phantom Menace (George Lucas, 1999). Her first major role, she had in the Walt Disney Productions TV film Princess of Thieves (Peter Hewitt, 2001). Knightley played the daughter of Robin Hood. Concurrently, she appeared in The Hole (Nick Hamm, 2001), a thriller that received a direct-to-video release in the US. Despite having appeared in over a dozen film and television roles, Knightley struggled to get a breakthrough until portraying a tomboy footballer in the British sports film Bend It Like Beckham (Gurinder Chadha, 2001), co-starring Parminder Nagra and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Knightley portrayed Jules, a tomboy football player struggling against social norms who convinces her friend to pursue the sport. The film was a surprise critical and commercial success with a gross of $76.6 million at the box office. Knightley achieved global stardom at age 18 when she portrayed the role of Elizabeth Swann opposite Orlando Bloom and Johnny Depp in the fantastic Swashbuckler Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Gore Verbinski, 2003). The film opened at number one on the box office, and became one of the highest-grossing releases of the year, with worldwide revenues of $654 million. In the same year, she appeared in the Christmas romantic comedy Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003) which became another box-office success, grossing $246 million worldwide on a budget of $40?45 million. Frequently shown during the Christmas season, the film has proved more popular with audiences than critics, and it has been discussed as being arguably a modern-day Christmas staple.

In 2005, Keira Knightley portrayed Elizabeth Bennet in an adaption of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice (Joe Wright, 2005), which earned Knightley her first Golden Globe and Oscar nominations. At age 20, she became the second-youngest Best Actress nominee. In 2006, she reprised her role as Elizabeth Swann in the second and third productions of the Pirates of the Caribbean series, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (Gore Verbinski, 2006) and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Gore Verbinski, 2007). Knightley then starred in a series of further period pieces, portraying a complex love interest in Atonement (Joe Wright, 2007) with James McAvoy, tastemaker Georgiana Cavendish in The Duchess (Saul Dibb, 2008), and the titular socialite in Anna Karenina (Joe Wright, 2012). She then forayed into contemporary dramas, appearing as an aspiring musician in Begin Again (John Carney, 2013) and a medical student in the spy thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Kenneth Branagh, 2014), starring Chris Pine. Knightley returned to historical films by playing cryptoanalyst Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game (Morten Tyldum, 2014), earning her a second round of Academy Award and BAFTA nominations, and starred as the eponymous belle époque writer in Colette (Wash Westmoreland, 2018) to critical acclaim. Knightley reprised the role of Elizabeth Swann with a cameo appearance in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg, 2017) after test audiences repeatedly inquired about her character. On stage, Knightley has appeared in two West End productions: Molière's comedy 'The Misanthrope' in 2009, which earned her an Olivier Award nomination, and 'The Children's Hour' by Lillian Hellman in 2011. She also starred as the eponymous heroine in the 2015 Broadway production of Émile Zola's 'Thérèse Raquin. Knightley is known for her outspoken stance on social issues and has worked extensively with Amnesty International, Oxfam, and Comic Relief. Keira Knightley married musician James Righton in 2013; they have two children. Knightley's first role of the new decade was feminist activist Sally Alexander in Misbehaviour (Philippa Lowthorpe, 2020), a British comedy-drama about the crowning of the first black contestant at the 1970 Miss World competition. Knightley is set to star in the upcoming holiday comedy Silent Night, written and directed by Camille Griffin.

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08 Jun 2021 14:18:05 -

Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest (2006)

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Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest (2006)

French postcard by Sonis, no. C. 1705. Photo: Disney. Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest (Gore Verbinski, 2006).

British actress Keira Knightley (1985) has starred in both independent films and big-budget blockbusters and is particularly noted for her roles in period dramas.

Keira Christina Righton-Knightley OBE was born in 1985 in London to stage actors Will Knightley and Sharman Macdonald. Knightley has an older brother, Caleb. Knightley attended Teddington School. At age six, she obtained an agent and initially acted in commercials and television films. She focused on art, history, and English literature while studying at Esher College, but left after a year to pursue an acting career. On TV, Keira played Natasha Jordan, a young girl whose mother is involved in an extramarital affair, in the romantic drama A Village Affair (1995).In the cinema, she appeared as Sabé, Padmé Amidala's (Natalie Portman) handmaiden, in the Science-Fiction blockbuster Star Wars: Episode I ? The Phantom Menace (George Lucas, 1999). Her first major role, she had in the Walt Disney Productions TV film Princess of Thieves (Peter Hewitt, 2001). Knightley played the daughter of Robin Hood. Concurrently, she appeared in The Hole (Nick Hamm, 2001), a thriller that received a direct-to-video release in the US. Despite having appeared in over a dozen film and television roles, Knightley struggled to get a breakthrough until portraying a tomboy footballer in the British sports film Bend It Like Beckham (Gurinder Chadha, 2001), co-starring Parminder Nagra and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Knightley portrayed Jules, a tomboy football player struggling against social norms who convinces her friend to pursue the sport. The film was a surprise critical and commercial success with a gross of $76.6 million at the box office. Knightley achieved global stardom at age 18 when she portrayed the role of Elizabeth Swann opposite Orlando Bloom and Johnny Depp in the fantastic Swashbuckler Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Gore Verbinski, 2003). The film opened at number one on the box office, and became one of the highest-grossing releases of the year, with worldwide revenues of $654 million. In the same year, she appeared in the Christmas romantic comedy Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003) which became another box-office success, grossing $246 million worldwide on a budget of $40?45 million. Frequently shown during the Christmas season, the film has proved more popular with audiences than critics, and it has been discussed as being arguably a modern-day Christmas staple.

In 2005, Keira Knightley portrayed Elizabeth Bennet in an adaption of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice (Joe Wright, 2005), which earned Knightley her first Golden Globe and Oscar nominations. At age 20, she became the second-youngest Best Actress nominee. In 2006, she reprised her role as Elizabeth Swann in the second and third productions of the Pirates of the Caribbean series, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (Gore Verbinski, 2006) and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Gore Verbinski, 2007). Knightley then starred in a series of further period pieces, portraying a complex love interest in Atonement (Joe Wright, 2007) with James McAvoy, tastemaker Georgiana Cavendish in The Duchess (Saul Dibb, 2008), and the titular socialite in Anna Karenina (Joe Wright, 2012). She then forayed into contemporary dramas, appearing as an aspiring musician in Begin Again (John Carney, 2013) and a medical student in the spy thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Kenneth Branagh, 2014), starring Chris Pine. Knightley returned to historical films by playing cryptoanalyst Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game (Morten Tyldum, 2014), earning her a second round of Academy Award and BAFTA nominations, and starred as the eponymous belle époque writer in Colette (Wash Westmoreland, 2018) to critical acclaim. Knightley reprised the role of Elizabeth Swann with a cameo appearance in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg, 2017) after test audiences repeatedly inquired about her character. On stage, Knightley has appeared in two West End productions: Molière's comedy 'The Misanthrope' in 2009, which earned her an Olivier Award nomination, and 'The Children's Hour' by Lillian Hellman in 2011. She also starred as the eponymous heroine in the 2015 Broadway production of Émile Zola's 'Thérèse Raquin. Knightley is known for her outspoken stance on social issues and has worked extensively with Amnesty International, Oxfam, and Comic Relief. Keira Knightley married musician James Righton in 2013; they have two children. Knightley's first role of the new decade was feminist activist Sally Alexander in Misbehaviour (Philippa Lowthorpe, 2020), a British comedy-drama about the crowning of the first black contestant at the 1970 Miss World competition. Knightley is set to star in the upcoming holiday comedy Silent Night, written and directed by Camille Griffin.

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03 Jun 2021 22:55:55 -

Keira Knightley in King Arthur (2004)

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Vintage postcard. Keira Knightley in King Arthur (Antoine Fuqua, 2004). Knightley's first name is misspelled here as Kiara.

British actress Keira Knightley (1985) has starred in both independent films and big-budget blockbusters and is particularly noted for her roles in period dramas.

Keira Christina Righton-Knightley OBE was born in 1985 in London to stage actors Will Knightley and Sharman Macdonald. Knightley has an older brother, Caleb. Knightley attended Teddington School. At age six, she obtained an agent and initially acted in commercials and television films. She focused on art, history, and English literature while studying at Esher College, but left after a year to pursue an acting career. On TV, Keira played Natasha Jordan, a young girl whose mother is involved in an extramarital affair, in the romantic drama A Village Affair (1995). In the cinema, she appeared as Sabé, Padmé Amidala's (Natalie Portman) handmaiden, in the Science-Fiction blockbuster Star Wars: Episode I ? The Phantom Menace (George Lucas, 1999). Her first major role, she had in the Walt Disney Productions TV film Princess of Thieves (Peter Hewitt, 2001). Knightley played the daughter of Robin Hood. Concurrently, she appeared in The Hole (Nick Hamm, 2001), a thriller that received a direct-to-video release in the US. Despite having appeared in over a dozen film and television roles, Knightley struggled to get a breakthrough until portraying a tomboy footballer in the British sports film Bend It Like Beckham (Gurinder Chadha, 2001), co-starring Parminder Nagra and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Knightley portrayed Jules, a tomboy football player struggling against social norms who convinces her friend to pursue the sport. The film was a surprise critical and commercial success with a gross of $76.6 million at the box office. Knightley achieved global stardom at age 18 when she portrayed the role of Elizabeth Swann opposite Orlando Bloom and Johnny Depp in the fantastic Swashbuckler Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Gore Verbinski, 2003). The film opened at number one on the box office, and became one of the highest-grossing releases of the year, with worldwide revenues of $654 million. In the same year, she appeared in the Christmas romantic comedy Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003) which became another box-office success, grossing $246 million worldwide on a budget of $40?45 million. Frequently shown during the Christmas season, the film has proved more popular with audiences than critics, and it has been discussed as being arguably a modern-day Christmas staple.

In 2005, Keira Knightley portrayed Elizabeth Bennet in an adaption of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice (Joe Wright, 2005), which earned Knightley her first Golden Globe and Oscar nominations. At age 20, she became the second-youngest Best Actress nominee. In 2006, she reprised her role as Elizabeth Swann in the second and third productions of the Pirates of the Caribbean series, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (Gore Verbinski, 2006) and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Gore Verbinski, 2007). Knightley then starred in a series of further period pieces, portraying a complex love interest in Atonement (Joe Wright, 2007) with James McAvoy, tastemaker Georgiana Cavendish in The Duchess (Saul Dibb, 2008), and the titular socialite in Anna Karenina (Joe Wright, 2012). She then forayed into contemporary dramas, appearing as an aspiring musician in Begin Again (John Carney, 2013) and a medical student in the spy thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Kenneth Branagh, 2014), starring Chris Pine. Knightley returned to historical films by playing cryptoanalyst Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game (Morten Tyldum, 2014), earning her a second round of Academy Award and BAFTA nominations, and starred as the eponymous belle époque writer in Colette (Wash Westmoreland, 2018) to critical acclaim. Knightley reprised the role of Elizabeth Swann with a cameo appearance in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg, 2017) after test audiences repeatedly inquired about her character. On stage, Knightley has appeared in two West End productions: Molière's comedy 'The Misanthrope' in 2009, which earned her an Olivier Award nomination, and 'The Children's Hour' by Lillian Hellman in 2011. She also starred as the eponymous heroine in the 2015 Broadway production of Émile Zola's 'Thérèse Raquin. Knightley is known for her outspoken stance on social issues and has worked extensively with Amnesty International, Oxfam, and Comic Relief. Keira Knightley married musician James Righton in 2013; they have two children. Knightley's first role of the new decade was feminist activist Sally Alexander in Misbehaviour (Philippa Lowthorpe, 2020), a British comedy-drama about the crowning of the first black contestant at the 1970 Miss World competition. Knightley is set to star in the upcoming holiday comedy Silent Night, written and directed by Camille Griffin.

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01 Jun 2021 23:00:05 -

Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)

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Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)

Vintage postcard. Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Gore Verbinski, 2007).

British actress Keira Knightley (1985) has starred in both independent films and big-budget blockbusters and is particularly noted for her roles in period dramas.

Keira Christina Righton-Knightley OBE was born in 1985 in London to stage actors Will Knightley and Sharman Macdonald. Knightley has an older brother, Caleb. Knightley attended Teddington School. At age six, she obtained an agent and initially acted in commercials and television films. She focused on art, history, and English literature while studying at Esher College, but left after a year to pursue an acting career. On TV, Keira played Natasha Jordan, a young girl whose mother is involved in an extramarital affair, in the romantic drama A Village Affair (1995).In the cinema, she appeared as Sabé, Padmé Amidala's (Natalie Portman) handmaiden, in the Science-Fiction blockbuster Star Wars: Episode I ? The Phantom Menace (George Lucas, 1999). Her first major role, she had in the Walt Disney Productions TV film Princess of Thieves (Peter Hewitt, 2001). Knightley played the daughter of Robin Hood. Concurrently, she appeared in The Hole (Nick Hamm, 2001), a thriller that received a direct-to-video release in the US. Despite having appeared in over a dozen film and television roles, Knightley struggled to get a breakthrough until portraying a tomboy footballer in the British sports film Bend It Like Beckham (Gurinder Chadha, 2001), co-starring Parminder Nagra and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Knightley portrayed Jules, a tomboy football player struggling against social norms who convinces her friend to pursue the sport. The film was a surprise critical and commercial success with a gross of $76.6 million at the box office. Knightley achieved global stardom at age 18 when she portrayed the role of Elizabeth Swann opposite Orlando Bloom and Johnny Depp in the fantastic Swashbuckler Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Gore Verbinski, 2003). The film opened at number one on the box office, and became one of the highest-grossing releases of the year, with worldwide revenues of $654 million. In the same year, she appeared in the Christmas romantic comedy Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003) which became another box-office success, grossing $246 million worldwide on a budget of $40?45 million. Frequently shown during the Christmas season, the film has proved more popular with audiences than critics, and it has been discussed as being arguably a modern-day Christmas staple.

In 2005, Keira Knightley portrayed Elizabeth Bennet in an adaption of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice (Joe Wright, 2005), which earned Knightley her first Golden Globe and Oscar nominations. At age 20, she became the second-youngest Best Actress nominee. In 2006, she reprised her role as Elizabeth Swann in the second and third productions of the Pirates of the Caribbean series, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (Gore Verbinski, 2006) and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Gore Verbinski, 2007). Knightley then starred in a series of further period pieces, portraying a complex love interest in Atonement (Joe Wright, 2007) with James McAvoy, tastemaker Georgiana Cavendish in The Duchess (Saul Dibb, 2008), and the titular socialite in Anna Karenina (Joe Wright, 2012). She then forayed into contemporary dramas, appearing as an aspiring musician in Begin Again (John Carney, 2013) and a medical student in the spy thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Kenneth Branagh, 2014), starring Chris Pine. Knightley returned to historical films by playing cryptoanalyst Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game (Morten Tyldum, 2014), earning her a second round of Academy Award and BAFTA nominations, and starred as the eponymous belle époque writer in Colette (Wash Westmoreland, 2018) to critical acclaim. Knightley reprised the role of Elizabeth Swann with a cameo appearance in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg, 2017) after test audiences repeatedly inquired about her character. On stage, Knightley has appeared in two West End productions: Molière's comedy 'The Misanthrope' in 2009, which earned her an Olivier Award nomination, and 'The Children's Hour' by Lillian Hellman in 2011. She also starred as the eponymous heroine in the 2015 Broadway production of Émile Zola's 'Thérèse Raquin. Knightley is known for her outspoken stance on social issues and has worked extensively with Amnesty International, Oxfam, and Comic Relief. Keira Knightley married musician James Righton in 2013; they have two children. Knightley's first role of the new decade was feminist activist Sally Alexander in Misbehaviour (Philippa Lowthorpe, 2020), a British comedy-drama about the crowning of the first black contestant at the 1970 Miss World competition. Knightley is set to star in the upcoming holiday comedy Silent Night, written and directed by Camille Griffin.

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25 May 2021 01:16:28 -

Keira Knightley

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27 Jan 2021 06:10:45 -

Keira Knightley

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27 Jan 2021 06:09:44 -

Top 10 Sexiest women in UK 2020: Checkout!

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The list of top 10 Sexiest Women in the UK that we have created includes talented actresses, models, singers and other personalities. Women are considered to be one of the most beautiful creations. The things that add up to their beauty is style, fashion sense and physical fitness. To some, only the inner beauty and […]

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22 Jul 2020 10:47:31 -

Top 10 Sexiest women in UK 2020: Checkout!

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The list of top 10 Sexiest Women in the UK that we have created includes talented actresses, models, singers and other personalities. Women are considered to be one of the most beautiful creations. The things that add up to their beauty is style, fashion sense and physical fitness. To some, only the inner beauty and […]

#2020, #AnnabelleWallis, #CherylAnnCole, #EmiliaClarke, #EmilyBlunt, #EmmaWatson, #KateBeckinsale, #KateWinslet, #KeiraKnightley, #MichelleKeegan, #RosieHuntingtonWhiteley, #SexiestWomen, #Top10, #UK
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21 Jul 2020 00:20:56 -

The Imitation Game - Alternative Movie Poster

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19 May 2020 06:50:11 -

Keira Knightley

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Keira Knightley

Chinese postcard by Oriental City Publishing Group Limited.

British actress Keira Knightley (1985) has starred in both independent films and big-budget blockbusters and is particularly noted for her roles in period dramas.

Keira Christina Righton-Knightley OBE was born in 1985 in London to stage actors Will Knightley and Sharman Macdonald. Knightley has an older brother, Caleb. Knightley attended Teddington School. At age six, she obtained an agent and initially acted in commercials and television films. She focused on art, history, and English literature while studying at Esher College, but left after a year to pursue an acting career. On TV, Keira played Natasha Jordan, a young girl whose mother is involved in an extramarital affair, in the romantic drama A Village Affair (1995).In the cinema, she appeared as Sabé, Padmé Amidala's (Natalie Portman) handmaiden, in the Science-Fiction blockbuster Star Wars: Episode I ? The Phantom Menace (George Lucas, 1999). Her first major role, she had in the Walt Disney Productions TV film Princess of Thieves (Peter Hewitt, 2001). Knightley played the daughter of Robin Hood. Concurrently, she appeared in The Hole (Nick Hamm, 2001), a thriller that received a direct-to-video release in the US. Despite having appeared in over a dozen film and television roles, Knightley struggled to get a breakthrough until portraying a tomboy footballer in the British sports film Bend It Like Beckham (Gurinder Chadha, 2001), co-starring Parminder Nagra and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Knightley portrayed Jules, a tomboy football player struggling against social norms who convinces her friend to pursue the sport. The film was a surprise critical and commercial success with a gross of $76.6 million at the box office. Knightley achieved global stardom at age 18 when she portrayed the role of Elizabeth Swann opposite Orlando Bloom and Johnny Depp in the fantastic Swashbuckler Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Gore Verbinski, 2003). The film opened at number one on the box office, and became one of the highest-grossing releases of the year, with worldwide revenues of $654 million. In the same year, she appeared in the Christmas romantic comedy Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003) which became another box-office success, grossing $246 million worldwide on a budget of $40?45 million. Frequently shown during the Christmas season, the film has proved more popular with audiences than critics, and it has been discussed as being arguably a modern-day Christmas staple.

In 2005, Keira Knightley portrayed Elizabeth Bennet in an adaption of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice (Joe Wright, 2005), which earned Knightley her first Golden Globe and Oscar nominations. At age 20, she became the second-youngest Best Actress nominee. In 2006, she reprised her role as Elizabeth Swann in the second and third productions of the Pirates of the Caribbean series, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (Gore Verbinski, 2006) and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Gore Verbinski, 2007). Knightley then starred in a series of further period pieces, portraying a complex love interest in Atonement (Joe Wright, 2007) with James McAvoy, tastemaker Georgiana Cavendish in The Duchess (Saul Dibb, 2008), and the titular socialite in Anna Karenina (Joe Wright, 2012). She then forayed into contemporary dramas, appearing as an aspiring musician in Begin Again (John Carney, 2013) and a medical student in the spy thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Kenneth Branagh, 2014), starring Chris Pine. Knightley returned to historical films by playing cryptoanalyst Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game (Morten Tyldum, 2014), earning her a second round of Academy Award and BAFTA nominations, and starred as the eponymous belle époque writer in Colette (Wash Westmoreland, 2018) to critical acclaim. Knightley reprised the role of Elizabeth Swann with a cameo appearance in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg, 2017) after test audiences repeatedly inquired about her character. On stage, Knightley has appeared in two West End productions: Molière's comedy 'The Misanthrope' in 2009, which earned her an Olivier Award nomination, and 'The Children's Hour' by Lillian Hellman in 2011. She also starred as the eponymous heroine in the 2015 Broadway production of Émile Zola's 'Thérèse Raquin. Knightley is known for her outspoken stance on social issues and has worked extensively with Amnesty International, Oxfam, and Comic Relief. Keira Knightley married musician James Righton in 2013; they have two children. Knightley's first role of the new decade was feminist activist Sally Alexander in Misbehaviour (Philippa Lowthorpe, 2020), a British comedy-drama about the crowning of the first black contestant at the 1970 Miss World competition. Knightley is set to star in the upcoming holiday comedy Silent Night, written and directed by Camille Griffin.

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13 Jun 2021 01:01:49 -

Keira Knightley and Orlando Bloom

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Vintage postcard by Idoles.

British actress Keira Knightley (1985) has starred in both independent films and big-budget blockbusters and is particularly noted for her roles in period dramas.

English actor Orlando Bloom (1977) made his breakthrough as Legolas in The Lord of the Rings film series and rose to fame as Will Turner in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series. He established himself as a leading man in Hollywood with roles such as Paris in Troy (2004) and Balian de Ibelin in Kingdom of Heaven (2005).

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09 Jun 2021 23:11:41 -

Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest (2006)

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Vintage postcard by Idoles. Photo: Walt Disney Pictures. Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest (Gore Verbinski, 2006).

British actress Keira Knightley (1985) has starred in both independent films and big-budget blockbusters and is particularly noted for her roles in period dramas.

Keira Christina Righton-Knightley OBE was born in 1985 in London to stage actors Will Knightley and Sharman Macdonald. Knightley has an older brother, Caleb. Knightley attended Teddington School. At age six, she obtained an agent and initially acted in commercials and television films. She focused on art, history, and English literature while studying at Esher College, but left after a year to pursue an acting career. On TV, Keira played Natasha Jordan, a young girl whose mother is involved in an extramarital affair, in the romantic drama A Village Affair (1995).In the cinema, she appeared as Sabé, Padmé Amidala's (Natalie Portman) handmaiden, in the Science-Fiction blockbuster Star Wars: Episode I ? The Phantom Menace (George Lucas, 1999). Her first major role, she had in the Walt Disney Productions TV film Princess of Thieves (Peter Hewitt, 2001). Knightley played the daughter of Robin Hood. Concurrently, she appeared in The Hole (Nick Hamm, 2001), a thriller that received a direct-to-video release in the US. Despite having appeared in over a dozen film and television roles, Knightley struggled to get a breakthrough until portraying a tomboy footballer in the British sports film Bend It Like Beckham (Gurinder Chadha, 2001), co-starring Parminder Nagra and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Knightley portrayed Jules, a tomboy football player struggling against social norms who convinces her friend to pursue the sport. The film was a surprise critical and commercial success with a gross of $76.6 million at the box office. Knightley achieved global stardom at age 18 when she portrayed the role of Elizabeth Swann opposite Orlando Bloom and Johnny Depp in the fantastic Swashbuckler Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Gore Verbinski, 2003). The film opened at number one on the box office, and became one of the highest-grossing releases of the year, with worldwide revenues of $654 million. In the same year, she appeared in the Christmas romantic comedy Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003) which became another box-office success, grossing $246 million worldwide on a budget of $40?45 million. Frequently shown during the Christmas season, the film has proved more popular with audiences than critics, and it has been discussed as being arguably a modern-day Christmas staple.

In 2005, Keira Knightley portrayed Elizabeth Bennet in an adaption of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice (Joe Wright, 2005), which earned Knightley her first Golden Globe and Oscar nominations. At age 20, she became the second-youngest Best Actress nominee. In 2006, she reprised her role as Elizabeth Swann in the second and third productions of the Pirates of the Caribbean series, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (Gore Verbinski, 2006) and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Gore Verbinski, 2007). Knightley then starred in a series of further period pieces, portraying a complex love interest in Atonement (Joe Wright, 2007) with James McAvoy, tastemaker Georgiana Cavendish in The Duchess (Saul Dibb, 2008), and the titular socialite in Anna Karenina (Joe Wright, 2012). She then forayed into contemporary dramas, appearing as an aspiring musician in Begin Again (John Carney, 2013) and a medical student in the spy thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Kenneth Branagh, 2014), starring Chris Pine. Knightley returned to historical films by playing cryptoanalyst Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game (Morten Tyldum, 2014), earning her a second round of Academy Award and BAFTA nominations, and starred as the eponymous belle époque writer in Colette (Wash Westmoreland, 2018) to critical acclaim. Knightley reprised the role of Elizabeth Swann with a cameo appearance in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg, 2017) after test audiences repeatedly inquired about her character. On stage, Knightley has appeared in two West End productions: Molière's comedy 'The Misanthrope' in 2009, which earned her an Olivier Award nomination, and 'The Children's Hour' by Lillian Hellman in 2011. She also starred as the eponymous heroine in the 2015 Broadway production of Émile Zola's 'Thérèse Raquin. Knightley is known for her outspoken stance on social issues and has worked extensively with Amnesty International, Oxfam, and Comic Relief. Keira Knightley married musician James Righton in 2013; they have two children. Knightley's first role of the new decade was feminist activist Sally Alexander in Misbehaviour (Philippa Lowthorpe, 2020), a British comedy-drama about the crowning of the first black contestant at the 1970 Miss World competition. Knightley is set to star in the upcoming holiday comedy Silent Night, written and directed by Camille Griffin.

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08 Jun 2021 22:39:46 -

Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean - At World's End (2007)

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Belgian postcard by Nieuwsblad.be. Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Gore Verbinski, 2007).

British actress Keira Knightley (1985) has starred in both independent films and big-budget blockbusters and is particularly noted for her roles in period dramas.

Keira Christina Righton-Knightley OBE was born in 1985 in London to stage actors Will Knightley and Sharman Macdonald. Knightley has an older brother, Caleb. Knightley attended Teddington School. At age six, she obtained an agent and initially acted in commercials and television films. She focused on art, history, and English literature while studying at Esher College, but left after a year to pursue an acting career. On TV, Keira played Natasha Jordan, a young girl whose mother is involved in an extramarital affair, in the romantic drama A Village Affair (1995).In the cinema, she appeared as Sabé, Padmé Amidala's (Natalie Portman) handmaiden, in the Science-Fiction blockbuster Star Wars: Episode I ? The Phantom Menace (George Lucas, 1999). Her first major role, she had in the Walt Disney Productions TV film Princess of Thieves (Peter Hewitt, 2001). Knightley played the daughter of Robin Hood. Concurrently, she appeared in The Hole (Nick Hamm, 2001), a thriller that received a direct-to-video release in the US. Despite having appeared in over a dozen film and television roles, Knightley struggled to get a breakthrough until portraying a tomboy footballer in the British sports film Bend It Like Beckham (Gurinder Chadha, 2001), co-starring Parminder Nagra and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Knightley portrayed Jules, a tomboy football player struggling against social norms who convinces her friend to pursue the sport. The film was a surprise critical and commercial success with a gross of $76.6 million at the box office. Knightley achieved global stardom at age 18 when she portrayed the role of Elizabeth Swann opposite Orlando Bloom and Johnny Depp in the fantastic Swashbuckler Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Gore Verbinski, 2003). The film opened at number one on the box office, and became one of the highest-grossing releases of the year, with worldwide revenues of $654 million. In the same year, she appeared in the Christmas romantic comedy Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003) which became another box-office success, grossing $246 million worldwide on a budget of $40?45 million. Frequently shown during the Christmas season, the film has proved more popular with audiences than critics, and it has been discussed as being arguably a modern-day Christmas staple.

In 2005, Keira Knightley portrayed Elizabeth Bennet in an adaption of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice (Joe Wright, 2005), which earned Knightley her first Golden Globe and Oscar nominations. At age 20, she became the second-youngest Best Actress nominee. In 2006, she reprised her role as Elizabeth Swann in the second and third productions of the Pirates of the Caribbean series, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (Gore Verbinski, 2006) and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Gore Verbinski, 2007). Knightley then starred in a series of further period pieces, portraying a complex love interest in Atonement (Joe Wright, 2007) with James McAvoy, tastemaker Georgiana Cavendish in The Duchess (Saul Dibb, 2008), and the titular socialite in Anna Karenina (Joe Wright, 2012). She then forayed into contemporary dramas, appearing as an aspiring musician in Begin Again (John Carney, 2013) and a medical student in the spy thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Kenneth Branagh, 2014), starring Chris Pine. Knightley returned to historical films by playing cryptoanalyst Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game (Morten Tyldum, 2014), earning her a second round of Academy Award and BAFTA nominations, and starred as the eponymous belle époque writer in Colette (Wash Westmoreland, 2018) to critical acclaim. Knightley reprised the role of Elizabeth Swann with a cameo appearance in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg, 2017) after test audiences repeatedly inquired about her character. On stage, Knightley has appeared in two West End productions: Molière's comedy 'The Misanthrope' in 2009, which earned her an Olivier Award nomination, and 'The Children's Hour' by Lillian Hellman in 2011. She also starred as the eponymous heroine in the 2015 Broadway production of Émile Zola's 'Thérèse Raquin. Knightley is known for her outspoken stance on social issues and has worked extensively with Amnesty International, Oxfam, and Comic Relief. Keira Knightley married musician James Righton in 2013; they have two children. Knightley's first role of the new decade was feminist activist Sally Alexander in Misbehaviour (Philippa Lowthorpe, 2020), a British comedy-drama about the crowning of the first black contestant at the 1970 Miss World competition. Knightley is set to star in the upcoming holiday comedy Silent Night, written and directed by Camille Griffin.

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01 Jun 2021 14:00:11 -

Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean - At World's End (2007)

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French postcard by Dream'up. Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Gore Verbinski, 2007).

British actress Keira Knightley (1985) has starred in both independent films and big-budget blockbusters and is particularly noted for her roles in period dramas.

Keira Christina Righton-Knightley OBE was born in 1985 in London to stage actors Will Knightley and Sharman Macdonald. Knightley has an older brother, Caleb. Knightley attended Teddington School. At age six, she obtained an agent and initially acted in commercials and television films. She focused on art, history, and English literature while studying at Esher College, but left after a year to pursue an acting career. On TV, Keira played Natasha Jordan, a young girl whose mother is involved in an extramarital affair, in the romantic drama A Village Affair (1995).In the cinema, she appeared as Sabé, Padmé Amidala's (Natalie Portman) handmaiden, in the Science-Fiction blockbuster Star Wars: Episode I ? The Phantom Menace (George Lucas, 1999). Her first major role, she had in the Walt Disney Productions TV film Princess of Thieves (Peter Hewitt, 2001). Knightley played the daughter of Robin Hood. Concurrently, she appeared in The Hole (Nick Hamm, 2001), a thriller that received a direct-to-video release in the US. Despite having appeared in over a dozen film and television roles, Knightley struggled to get a breakthrough until portraying a tomboy footballer in the British sports film Bend It Like Beckham (Gurinder Chadha, 2001), co-starring Parminder Nagra and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Knightley portrayed Jules, a tomboy football player struggling against social norms who convinces her friend to pursue the sport. The film was a surprise critical and commercial success with a gross of $76.6 million at the box office. Knightley achieved global stardom at age 18 when she portrayed the role of Elizabeth Swann opposite Orlando Bloom and Johnny Depp in the fantastic Swashbuckler Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Gore Verbinski, 2003). The film opened at number one on the box office, and became one of the highest-grossing releases of the year, with worldwide revenues of $654 million. In the same year, she appeared in the Christmas romantic comedy Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003) which became another box-office success, grossing $246 million worldwide on a budget of $40?45 million. Frequently shown during the Christmas season, the film has proved more popular with audiences than critics, and it has been discussed as being arguably a modern-day Christmas staple.

In 2005, Keira Knightley portrayed Elizabeth Bennet in an adaption of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice (Joe Wright, 2005), which earned Knightley her first Golden Globe and Oscar nominations. At age 20, she became the second-youngest Best Actress nominee. In 2006, she reprised her role as Elizabeth Swann in the second and third productions of the Pirates of the Caribbean series, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (Gore Verbinski, 2006) and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Gore Verbinski, 2007). Knightley then starred in a series of further period pieces, portraying a complex love interest in Atonement (Joe Wright, 2007) with James McAvoy, tastemaker Georgiana Cavendish in The Duchess (Saul Dibb, 2008), and the titular socialite in Anna Karenina (Joe Wright, 2012). She then forayed into contemporary dramas, appearing as an aspiring musician in Begin Again (John Carney, 2013) and a medical student in the spy thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Kenneth Branagh, 2014), starring Chris Pine. Knightley returned to historical films by playing cryptoanalyst Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game (Morten Tyldum, 2014), earning her a second round of Academy Award and BAFTA nominations, and starred as the eponymous belle époque writer in Colette (Wash Westmoreland, 2018) to critical acclaim. Knightley reprised the role of Elizabeth Swann with a cameo appearance in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg, 2017) after test audiences repeatedly inquired about her character. On stage, Knightley has appeared in two West End productions: Molière's comedy 'The Misanthrope' in 2009, which earned her an Olivier Award nomination, and 'The Children's Hour' by Lillian Hellman in 2011. She also starred as the eponymous heroine in the 2015 Broadway production of Émile Zola's 'Thérèse Raquin. Knightley is known for her outspoken stance on social issues and has worked extensively with Amnesty International, Oxfam, and Comic Relief. Keira Knightley married musician James Righton in 2013; they have two children. Knightley's first role of the new decade was feminist activist Sally Alexander in Misbehaviour (Philippa Lowthorpe, 2020), a British comedy-drama about the crowning of the first black contestant at the 1970 Miss World competition. Knightley is set to star in the upcoming holiday comedy Silent Night, written and directed by Camille Griffin.

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26 May 2021 23:08:14 -

Keira Knightley in The Duchess (2008)

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Vintage postcard. Keira Knightley in The Duchess (Saul Dibb, 2008).

British actress Keira Knightley (1985) has starred in both independent films and big-budget blockbusters and is particularly noted for her roles in period dramas.

Keira Christina Righton-Knightley OBE was born in 1985 in London to stage actors Will Knightley and Sharman Macdonald. Knightley has an older brother, Caleb. Knightley attended Teddington School. At age six, she obtained an agent and initially acted in commercials and television films. She focused on art, history, and English literature while studying at Esher College, but left after a year to pursue an acting career. On TV, Keira played Natasha Jordan, a young girl whose mother is involved in an extramarital affair, in the romantic drama A Village Affair (1995).In the cinema, she appeared as Sabé, Padmé Amidala's (Natalie Portman) handmaiden, in the Science-Fiction blockbuster Star Wars: Episode I ? The Phantom Menace (George Lucas, 1999). Her first major role, she had in the Walt Disney Productions TV film Princess of Thieves (Peter Hewitt, 2001). Knightley played the daughter of Robin Hood. Concurrently, she appeared in The Hole (Nick Hamm, 2001), a thriller that received a direct-to-video release in the US. Despite having appeared in over a dozen film and television roles, Knightley struggled to get a breakthrough until portraying a tomboy footballer in the British sports film Bend It Like Beckham (Gurinder Chadha, 2001), co-starring Parminder Nagra and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Knightley portrayed Jules, a tomboy football player struggling against social norms who convinces her friend to pursue the sport. The film was a surprise critical and commercial success with a gross of $76.6 million at the box office. Knightley achieved global stardom at age 18 when she portrayed the role of Elizabeth Swann opposite Orlando Bloom and Johnny Depp in the fantastic Swashbuckler Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Gore Verbinski, 2003). The film opened at number one on the box office, and became one of the highest-grossing releases of the year, with worldwide revenues of $654 million. In the same year, she appeared in the Christmas romantic comedy Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003) which became another box-office success, grossing $246 million worldwide on a budget of $40?45 million. Frequently shown during the Christmas season, the film has proved more popular with audiences than critics, and it has been discussed as being arguably a modern-day Christmas staple.

In 2005, Keira Knightley portrayed Elizabeth Bennet in an adaption of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice (Joe Wright, 2005), which earned Knightley her first Golden Globe and Oscar nominations. At age 20, she became the second-youngest Best Actress nominee. In 2006, she reprised her role as Elizabeth Swann in the second and third productions of the Pirates of the Caribbean series, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (Gore Verbinski, 2006) and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Gore Verbinski, 2007). Knightley then starred in a series of further period pieces, portraying a complex love interest in Atonement (Joe Wright, 2007) with James McAvoy, tastemaker Georgiana Cavendish in The Duchess (Saul Dibb, 2008), and the titular socialite in Anna Karenina (Joe Wright, 2012). She then forayed into contemporary dramas, appearing as an aspiring musician in Begin Again (John Carney, 2013) and a medical student in the spy thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Kenneth Branagh, 2014), starring Chris Pine. Knightley returned to historical films by playing cryptoanalyst Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game (Morten Tyldum, 2014), earning her a second round of Academy Award and BAFTA nominations, and starred as the eponymous belle époque writer in Colette (Wash Westmoreland, 2018) to critical acclaim. Knightley reprised the role of Elizabeth Swann with a cameo appearance in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg, 2017) after test audiences repeatedly inquired about her character. On stage, Knightley has appeared in two West End productions: Molière's comedy 'The Misanthrope' in 2009, which earned her an Olivier Award nomination, and 'The Children's Hour' by Lillian Hellman in 2011. She also starred as the eponymous heroine in the 2015 Broadway production of Émile Zola's 'Thérèse Raquin. Knightley is known for her outspoken stance on social issues and has worked extensively with Amnesty International, Oxfam, and Comic Relief. Keira Knightley married musician James Righton in 2013; they have two children. Knightley's first role of the new decade was feminist activist Sally Alexander in Misbehaviour (Philippa Lowthorpe, 2020), a British comedy-drama about the crowning of the first black contestant at the 1970 Miss World competition. Knightley is set to star in the upcoming holiday comedy Silent Night, written and directed by Camille Griffin.

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25 May 2021 22:32:34 -

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#5677057 Actress Keira Knightley was busy shooting an advertisement for Chanel on September 5, 2010 in the streets of Paris, France. The ?Never Let Me Go? actress posed on a motorcycle for a shoot in a beige suit that matched her helmet and her bike.

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17 May 2021 14:04:55 -

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Keira Knightley this enormously talented and beautiful actress is 35 years old. A pleasure to portray. Oil on linen 110x110cm.

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15 Sep 2020 09:01:55 -

Keira Knightley (Domino Harvey) Black Leather Jacket

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