Natalie Dormer hot young
February 11, 1982
5 ft 6 in | 168 cm
34-25-35 in | 86-63.5-89 cm
56 kg | 123.5 lbs
7.5 US | 38 EU
Natalie Dormer was born in Reading, United Kingdom, on February 11, 1982, is an English hot actress. Young Natalie Dormer began her professional acting career on stage in the Shakespeare comedy "The Comedy of Errors" (2003) in role as Adriana.
She made her big screen debut in romance film Casanova (2005) in role as Victoria Donato, opposite Heath Ledger.
Her breakthrough performance came as Anne Boleyn in Showtime historical fiction television series The Tudors (2007–2008).
The Professor and the Madman (2019) biographical drama, with Mel Gibson and Sean Penn
She played Cressida in dystopian science fiction adventure movies: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1 (2014) and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 2 (2015)
Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) superhero in role as Private Lorraine
The Riot Club (2014) drama thriller opposite Max Irons, Sam Claflin and Douglas Booth
Flawless (2007) drama thriller with Demi Moore and Michael Caine
Rush (2013) biographical sports opposite Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Brühl and Olivia Wilde
The Counselor (2013) crime thriller directed by Ridley Scott
The Forest (2016) supernatural horror with Taylor Kinney
In Darkness (2018) thriller opposite Emily Ratajkowski and Ed Skrein
Patient Zero (2018) action horror with Stanley Tucci, John Bradley and Matt Smith
W.E. (2011) historical romantic drama opposite Oscar Isaac and Abbie Cornish
City of Life (2009) drama in role as Olga
A Long Way from Home (2013) drama romance with James Fox and Brenda Fricker
The Scandalous Lady W (2015) historical period drama in role as Seymour Worsley
She was nominated for two Gemini Awards for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Anne Boleyn in Showtime historical fiction television series The Tudors (2007–2008).
She was nominated for two Screen Actor's Guild Awards for her performance as Margaery Tyrell in fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones (2012–2016).
Silk (2011) BBC television drama series in role as Niamh Cranitch
The Fades (2011) British supernatural drama television series in role as Sarah Etches
She played Jamie Moriarty / Irene Adler in procedural drama series Elementary (2013–2015).
Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (2019) drama horror television series in role as Magda
Picnic at Hanging Rock (2018) Australian mystery romantic drama television series in role as Mrs Hester Appleyard
She voiced Onica in Netflix dark fantasy / adventure web television series The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (2019).
Attended Chiltern Edge Secondary School and Reading Blue Coat School.
She trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London.
She is of Norwegian and half Welsh descent.
She played Miss Julie in a play "After Miss Julie", at the Young Vic (2012).
She is a member of London Fencing Academy.
Has a brother and a sister.
Featured in music video for Hozier "Someone New" (2015).
Is a feminist.
She portrayed Vanda Jordan in a two-person play "Venus in Fur", at the Theatre Royal Haymarket (2017).
Lives in Richmond, London, UK.
She dated Irish actor and director Anthony Byrne (2007-2018).
I know people think that acting is not quite the occupation of grown-ups, but it is actually the ultimate learning process: You get a multitude of experiences, all for the price of one life.
The most amazing set where I've shot 'Game of Thrones' is definitely Croatia, in Dubrovnik. It's such a stunning country with lots of good watersports there as well. Just a beautiful, beautiful place.
For me, it's not necessarily interesting to play a strong, fearless woman. It's interesting to play a woman who is terrified and then overcomes that fear. It's about the journey. Courage is not the absence of fear, it's overcoming it.
I was a very physical child... I was a tree-climber; I was a tomboy.
I'm always open to trying out new things.
I'm a massive yoga head. Lots of yoga and lots of running. I do Bikram yoga. I adore it.
I'm a feminist in the true sense of the word. It's about equality.
We don't have enough young, female antiheroes. We don't accept women as antiheroes the way we do the men.
I love being part of huge mega blockbusters, and I love being a part of small independent films and small stage.
The beauty of 'The Hunger Games' and also 'Game of Thrones,' in fairness, both projects have really complex, three-dimensional, contradictory, strong women... The writing of female characters is extraordinary and equal to the men.