Izabella Scorupco made her first screen appearance in the 1988 musical romantic drama film ‘Ingen kan älska som vi’ directed by Staffan Hildebrand. In 1991, Scorupco made her television debut in the comedy miniseries, ‘V som i viking’ where she played the role of ‘The Single Mother.’ In 1995, she portrayed ‘Natalya Simonova’ in the spy film and the seventeenth installment in the James Bond series, ‘GoldenEye’ directed by Martin Campbell. The film received positive reviews from critics and grossed over $356.4 million on a budget of $60 million. She next starred as ‘Helena Kurcewiczówna’ in the 1999 Polish historical drama film ‘With Fire and Sword’ directed by Jerzy Hoffman. The film was based on Henryk Sienkiewicz’s novel of the same name and performed well at the box office. The year 2000 saw the release of the Martin Campbell-directed American survival thriller film ‘Vertical Limit’ where Scorupco played the role of ‘Monique Aubertine.’ Even though the film opened to a mixed critical reception, it turned out to be a major box office success and grossed over $215.7 million on a budget of $75 million. In 2002, she starred as ‘Alex Jensen’ in the post-apocalyptic science fantasy film ‘Reign of Fire’ directed by Rob Bowman. The film received a mixed response from critics and was a commercial disappointment.
Scorupco portrayed ‘Sarah Novak’ in the 2004 American supernatural horror film ‘Exorcist: The Beginning’ directed by Renny Harlin. The film was largely panned by critics and received a 10% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. She next starred in films and television series like ‘Alias’ (2005), ‘Cougar Club’ (2007), ‘Solstorm’ (2007), ‘Änglavakt’ (2010), ‘Micke & Veronica’ (2014), ‘Sleepwalker’ (2017), and ‘Hidden’ (2018). She was last seen in the 2018 short drama film ‘The Undreaming of Anna Bell Zeigler’ directed by Camela Leierth.