Emily Browning hot young
December 07, 1988
5 ft 1.5 in | 157 cm
32-24-34 in | 81-61-87 cm
51 kg | 112.5 pounds
6 US | 36 EU
Emily Jane Browning was born in Melbourne, Australia, on 7 December 1988, is an Australian hot actress. Young Emily Browning began her acting career in Australian television family drama film The Echo of Thunder (1998) in role as Opal Ritchie. She made her big screen debut in Australian film The Man Who Sued God (2001) in role as Rebecca Myers. Her breakthrough performance came as Katie Harwood in horror film Ghost Ship (2002) with Gabriel Byrne.
She received the Australian Film Institute International Award for Best Actress for her role as Violet Baudelaire in gothic dark comedy movie A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004) opposite Jim Carrey.
Ned Kelly (2003) historical drama opposite Heath Ledger and Orlando Bloom
Pompeii (2014) romantic historical disaster opposite Kit Harington
Sucker Punch (2011) action thriller in role as Babydoll
Sleeping Beauty (2011) drama in role as Lucy
God Help the Girl (2014) musical drama in role as Eve
Magic Magic (2013) psychological thriller with Juno Temple and Michael Cera
Summer in February (2013) romantic drama with Dan Stevens and Dominic Cooper
Plush (2013) thriller in role as Hayley
The Uninvited (2009) psychological horror with Elizabeth Banks
Legend (2015) crime thriller with Tom Hardy
Golden Exits (2017) drama opposite Chloë Sevigny and Jason Schwartzman
She plays Laura Moon in Starz TV series American Gods.
She sings three songs in film Sucker Punch (2011).
She appeared in Years & Years’s Take Shelter music video in 2014.
She is also an established singer.
Is a vegetarian.
Close friends with Australian filmmaker Guy Franklin.
She dated Australian actor Xavier Samuel (2012-2015).
After Hollywood, you know if people are interested in you or in the fact that you've been in a movie. You know who your real friends are.
Obviously, you can`t have every little thing from the books, because the books are like really detailed, which, you know, which works for the books, and doesn`t work so much for the movie. Or else it would go on, and on, and on. But I think it will be as much like the books as we can make it. - about A Series of Unfortunate Events.
My family are very supportive and always have been. They weren`t the kind of parents that pushed me into it. I know a lot of parents of kid actors I`ve worked with have pressured them into acting, but my parents are different. I`m really lucky to have them because they let me make my own decisions.
Being from Australia, I've never even touched a gun. It's so not a part of our culture.
I usually hate going around and doing press. It sort of stresses me out.
What we're supposed to do as actors is be able to portray real human beings and emotions. And if you grow up in this bubble of showbiz and you only know people who make movies, you don't really have an understanding of the world outside.
I've been acting since I was a kid, so I just feel confident in the fact that I can do it to some degree. I've never thought I was amazing; I've just thought, 'I know this, I can do it.'