Jessica Chastain

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Jessica Chastain

Chastain at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival
BornJessica Howard
(1977-03-24) March 24, 1977 (age 35)
Sonoma, California, U.S.
EducationJuilliard School
OccupationActress
Years active2004–present
 
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Jessica Chastain

Chastain at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival
BornJessica Howard
(1977-03-24) March 24, 1977 (age 35)
Sonoma, California, U.S.
EducationJuilliard School
OccupationActress
Years active2004–present

Jessica Howard[1] (born March 24, 1977),[2][3] known professionally as Jessica Chastain, is an American theater, film and television actress. She is best known for her roles in the films Zero Dark Thirty, The Help, The Debt, Take Shelter, Coriolanus, The Tree of Life, and Lawless. She broke out in 2011, having starred in seven films released in that year. For her performance in the 2011 film, The Help, Chastain received Best Supporting Actress nominations for the Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, BAFTA, and the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award. She subsequently won a Golden Globe and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance as the CIA officer Maya in the 2012 military action film, Zero Dark Thirty. In 2012, Time magazine named her one of "The 100 Most Influential People in the World".[4][5]

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Early life and education

Chastain was born and raised around Sonoma, California,[4][6][7][8] and had a "blue collar" upbringing there.[9] She is one of five children.[10] Her mother is a vegan chef, and her father (one source says stepfather)[11] is a firefighter.[7][12][13] Chastain is also vegan herself.[14] She grew up as Jessica Howard,[1] and later took her mother's maiden name as her stage name.[10]

She graduated from El Camino High School in Sacramento in 1995[15] and attended Sacramento City College, where she was a member of the debate team (1996–1997).[16] In 1998, she appeared as Juliet in a production of Romeo and Juliet staged by TheatreWorks,[17] a professional theater company in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Chastain then attended the Juilliard School in New York City as a member of the Drama Division's Group 32 (1999–2003), which also included Michael Urie and Jess Weixler.[18] She was an active participant in the drama department and starred in several theatrical productions and student film projects. She graduated from Juilliard with a B.F.A. degree in 2003.[19]

Career

Chastain in August 2011

Chastain's first professional role came in 2004 for a TV movie adaptation of Dark Shadows. She later appeared in such television series as ER, Veronica Mars, Close to Home, Law & Order: Trial By Jury, and the British period drama series Agatha Christie's Poirot.

In 2008, she made her film debut as the title role in Jolene, for which she received the Seattle International Film Festival Award for Best Actress. The movie was based on the short story "Jolene: A Life" by E. L. Doctorow, itself inspired by Dolly Parton's song, Jolene.[20] It was later released in the United States on October 29, 2010.

In 2011, Chastain showed a wide variety in her roles, including: Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life and the crime thriller Texas Killing Fields.[21][22] Chastain starred as Celia Foote in The Help, which was based on Kathryn Stockett's novel of the same name. The movie received positive reviews from critics and became an immediate box office hit grossing $169,620,611 in North America, and $35,700,000 in other territories, as of February 2, 2012, for a worldwide total of $205,320,611. Chastain continued to receive rave reviews for her performance in the 2011 film Take Shelter playing the wife of a small town man plagued by apocalyptic visions. In her next film role Chastain portrayed a young Mossad agent in John Madden's The Debt, which premiered at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival in September 2010. The movie was released on August 31, 2011 and Chastain received positive reviews from critics and viewers. The movie went on to become a moderate box office hit.

On November 29, 2011, Chastain was announced as New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performances in The Help, Take Shelter and The Tree of Life as well as gaining an Independent Spirit Award nomination the same day for her performance in Take Shelter. On December 1, 2011, she received a Satellite Award nomination as best supporting actress for her performance as Mrs. O'Brien in The Tree of Life, she went on to win the award and many other honors from critics including the: National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actress.

In April 2012, Chastain entered the list of Time 100 most influential people of the world.[5]

Chastain starred as Virgilia in the adaptation Coriolanus, which was released in January 2012, the movie celebrated the directorial debut of Ralph Fiennes and was met with generally positive reviews from the critics.[23] Chastain made her first foray into animated motion picture with the release of Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted.[24] Chastain voiced the character of Gia the jaguar; Chastain employed an Italian accent for the role. The movie was released on June 8, 2012 and has received generally positive reviews from critics.

Chastain has also completed a film adaptation of Oscar Wilde's Salome alongside Al Pacino. She was featured in John Hillcoat's prohibition era drama, Lawless.[25]

In June 2012, Chastain was named the ambassador of the new Yves Saint Laurent fragrance, called Manifesto. The fragrance was released in August 2012, Chastain stated: "Yves Saint Laurent is a brand that inspires me deeply. Since its creation, the brand has conveyed strong values that I cherish, such as an unwavering commitment, absolute love and feminine audacity. This new fragrance is an emblem of it all. I am [excited] to be part of this beautiful adventure."[26]

She was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on June 29, 2012 along with 175 other individuals for 2012.[27]

In 2012, she is set to star in Tar. She reunited with Terrence Malick in the romantic drama film To the Wonder, but her performance was later cut from the film.[28] She will play the lead role alongside Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in Andres Muschietti's horror film Mama based on Muschietti's 2008 Spanish-language short film, Mamá.[29] In early 2012, Chastain was reported to star in two action films, Oblivion and Iron Man 3, but dropped out which she confirmed the latter in her Facebook account.[30][31] Chastain was also offered for the role of Princess Diana in the upcoming biopic film Diana but dropped out and was replaced by Naomi Watts. She then starred as the lead in Kathryn Bigelow's action thriller film Zero Dark Thirty for which she received a nomination for Academy Award for Best Actress.[32] It was announced that Chastain would play the female lead and title character in The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby opposite James McAvoy. The film is about a two-part drama told from his and hers perspectives, set to hit theaters in 2013.[33]

Personal life

Chastain said this about her vegan lifestyle: "I don't want to torture anything. It's about trying to live a life where I'm not contributing to the cruelty in the world. While I am on this planet, I want everyone I meet to know that I am grateful they are here." Chastain currently lives in NoHo, a neighbourhood in Manhattan.[34]

Filmography and awards

Films

YearTitleRoleNotes
2008JoleneJolene
2009StolenSally Ann
2011Wilde SalomeSalome
2011Take ShelterSamantha LaForche
2011CoriolanusVirgilia
2011Debt, TheThe DebtYoung Rachel Singer
2011Tree of Life, TheThe Tree of LifeMrs. O'Brien
2011Help, TheThe HelpCelia Foote
2011Texas Killing FieldsDetective Pam Stall
2012Madagascar 3: Europe's Most WantedGia The Jaguar (voice)
2012LawlessMaggie Beauford
2012TarMrs. Williams
2012Zero Dark ThirtyMaya
2013MamaAnnabel
2013Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: His, TheThe Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: HisEleanor RigbyPost-production
2013Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Hers, TheThe Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: HersEleanor RigbyPost-production

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
2004ERDahlia TaslitzEpisode: "Forgive and Forget"
2004Dark ShadowsCarolyn StoddardTV film
2004Veronica MarsSarah WilliamsEpisode: "The Girl Next Door"
2005–06Law & Order: Trial by JuryAssistant District Attorney Sigrun Borg3 episodes
2006Close to HomeCasey WirthEpisode: "The Rapist Next Door"
2006BlackbeardCharlotte OrmandTV Film
2006Evidence, TheThe EvidenceLaura GreenEpisode: "Pilot"
2007JourneymanTanna BloomEpisode: "Friendly Skies"
2010Agatha Christie's PoirotMary DebenhamEpisode: "Murder on the Orient Express"

Theater

YearTitleRoleNotes
2012The HeiressCatherine Slopercloses February 10, 2013[35]

Awards and nominations

YearAwardNominated workResult
2008JoleneSeattle International Film Festival Award for Best ActressWon
2011Take ShelterAustin Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011Take ShelterDetroit Film Critics Society Award for Breakthrough PerformanceWon
2011Take ShelterHollywood Film Festival Award for Breakthrough ActressWon
2011Take ShelterLos Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011Take ShelterNational Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011Take ShelterNew York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011Take ShelterNew York Film Critics Online Award for Breakthrough PerformerWon
2011Take ShelterToronto Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011Take ShelterVancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011Take ShelterDetroit Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting ActressNominated
2011Take ShelterIndependent Spirit Award for Best Supporting FemaleNominated
2011Take ShelterSaturn Award for Best ActressNominated
2011CoriolanusHollywood Film Festival Award for Breakthrough ActressWon
2011CoriolanusLos Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011CoriolanusNew York Film Critics Online Award for Breakthrough PerformerWon
2011Debt, TheThe DebtHollywood Film Festival Award for Breakthrough ActressWon
2011The DebtLos Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011The DebtNew York Film Critics Online Award for Breakthrough PerformerWon
2011The DebtOnline Film Critics Society Award for Best Breakthrough PerformanceWon
2011Tree of Life, TheThe Tree of LifeChicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011The Tree of LifeDetroit Film Critics Society Award for Breakthrough PerformanceWon
2011The Tree of LifeHollywood Film Festival Award for Breakthrough ActressWon
2011The Tree of LifeKansas City Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011The Tree of LifeLos Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011The Tree of LifeNational Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011The Tree of LifeNew York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011The Tree of LifeNew York Film Critics Online Award for Breakthrough PerformerWon
2011The Tree of LifeOnline Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011The Tree of LifeSatellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion PictureWon
2011The Tree of LifeVancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011The Tree of LifeDenver Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting ActressNominated
2011The Tree of LifeToronto Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting ActressNominated
2011Help, TheThe HelpAlliance of Women Film Journalists Award for Best EnsembleWon
2011The HelpBlack Reel Award for Best EnsembleWon
2011The HelpBroadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Acting EnsembleWon
2011The HelpDetroit Film Critics Society Award for Breakthrough PerformanceWon
2011The HelpHollywood Film Festival Award for Breakthrough ActressWon
2011The HelpLos Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011The HelpNational Board of Review Award for Best Acting by an EnsembleWon
2011The HelpNational Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011The HelpNew York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011The HelpNew York Film Critics Online Award for Breakthrough PerformerWon
2011The HelpOnline Film Critics Society Award for Best Breakthrough PerformanceWon
2011The HelpSatellite Award for Best Cast – Motion PictureWon
2011The HelpScreen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion PictureWon
2011The HelpSoutheastern Film Critics Association Award for Best EnsembleWon
2011The HelpVancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011The HelpAcademy Award for Best Supporting ActressNominated
2011The HelpBAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting RoleNominated
2011The HelpBroadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting ActressNominated
2011The HelpHouston Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting ActressNominated
2011The HelpGolden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress - Motion PictureNominated
2011The HelpLondon Film Critics Circle Award for Supporting Actress of the YearNominated
2011The HelpPhoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting ActressNominated
2011The HelpSan Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting ActressNominated
2011The HelpScreen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting RoleNominated
2011Texas Killing FieldsLos Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting ActressWon
2011Texas Killing FieldsNew York Film Critics Online Award for Breakthrough PerformerWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyAlliance of Women Film Journalists Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyAlliance of Women Film Journalists Award for Humanitarian ActivismWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyAlliance of Women Film Journalists Award for Unforgettable Moment (tied with Anne Hathaway for Les Misérables)Won
2012Zero Dark ThirtyBoston Online Film Critics Association Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyChicago Film Critics Association Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyDallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyFlorida Film Critics Circle Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyGolden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture DramaWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyIndiana Film Critics Association Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyIowa Film Critics Association Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyNational Board of Review Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyLondon Film Critics Circle Award for ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyOklahoma Film Critics Circle Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyOnline Film Critics Society Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyPhoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtySt. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyUtah Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress (tied with Jennifer Lawrence for Silver Linings Playbook)Won
2012Zero Dark ThirtyVancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyWashington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award for Best ActressWon
2012Zero Dark ThirtyAcademy Award for Best ActressPending
2012Zero Dark ThirtyAACTA International Award for Best ActressPending
2012Zero Dark ThirtyBAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading RolePending
2012Zero Dark ThirtyDenver Film Critics Society Award for Best ActressNominated
2012Zero Dark ThirtyScreen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading RolePending
2012Zero Dark ThirtyDetroit Film Critics Society Award for Best ActressNominated
2012Zero Dark ThirtyHouston Film Critics Society Award for Best ActressNominated
2012Zero Dark ThirtyNational Society of Film Critics Award for Best ActressNominated
2012Zero Dark ThirtyNew York Film Critics Circle Award for Best ActressNominated
2012Zero Dark ThirtySan Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best ActressNominated
2012Zero Dark ThirtySatellite Award for Best Actress – Motion PictureNominated
2012Zero Dark ThirtySoutheastern Film Critics Association Award for Best ActressNominated
2012Zero Dark ThirtyToronto Film Critics Association Award for Best ActressNominated
2012Zero Dark ThirtyVillage Voice Film Poll - Best Actress (3rd place)Nominated
2012Zero Dark ThirtyWashington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award for Best EnsembleNominated

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