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List of Naomi Watts Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Mulholland Dr. (1999)
11
3
Mulholland Dr.
11
3
Role:
Betty / Diane Selwyn
Starring:
Lee Grant, Ann Miller, Robert Forster, Justin Theroux
Directed By:
2. Mulholland Drive (2001)
37
9
Mulholland Drive
R
37
9

A woman who identifies herself as Rita survives a murder attempt and a car crash on Mulholland Drive, but is left with amnesia. Aspiring actress Betty Elms finds Rita in her aunt's apartment and decides to help her regain her identity, but as they proceed with the investigation, the boundary between real and illusion gets blurred.

Role:
Betty / Diane Selwyn
Starring:
Lee Grant, Jeanne Bates, Dan Birnbaum, Laura Harring
Directed By:
3. Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014)
53
17
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
R
53
17

A middle aged faded actor’s most popular work was playing the titular role in the superhero trilogy Birdman. He now puts everything at stake to revive his career and gain recognition by writing, directing, and starring in a Broadway production. In process, he has to struggle with issues around as well as those within him.

Starring:
Edward Norton, Michael Keaton, Emma Stone, Kenny Chin, Jamahl Garrison-Lowe, Zach Galifianakis
Directed By:
Alejandro González Iñárritu
4. 21 Grams (2003)
26
8
21 Grams
R
26
8

After a fatal automobile accident, lives of three unrelated individuals intersect each other – a mathematics professor with a bad heart condition, a grieving mother with a reckless past, and a reformed former convict with faith in Jesus. The movie presents three simultaneous stories about the past and present of these three individuals entwined by the fateful accident. 

Role:
Cristina Peck
Directed By:
Alejandro González Iñárritu
5. Eastern Promises (2007)
27
8
Eastern Promises
R
27
8

Anna Khitrova, a British midwife of Russian origin, comes across the diary of Russian teenager Tatiana who died during childbirth, and learns that she was raped, drugged and forced into prostitution by Russian crime-lord Semyon. In her quest to deliver the baby to Tatiana's family, she finds an unlikely ally in Nikolai, Semyon's driver and family "cleaner".

Starring:
Viggo Mortensen, Vincent Cassel, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Tatiana Maslany, Mina E. Mina
Directed By:
6. Lo imposible (2012)
23
9
Lo imposible
PG-13
23
9

Based on the true story of María Belón, Lo imposible follows Maria and Henry Bennet and their family during a holiday in Khao Lak, Thailand, when the devastating 2004 tsunami waves destroy the area. Separated by the waves and injured, the family must find their way back to each other amidst all the death and destruction. 

Role:
Maria
Starring:
Ewan McGregor, Geraldine Chaplin, Tom Holland, Samuel Joslin, Oaklee Pendergast
Directed By:
J.A. Bayona
7. The Painted Veil (2006)
15
5
The Painted Veil
PG-13
15
5

After marrying hastily in London, an English doctor and his socialite wife relocate to Shanghai, where the protagonist works at an infectious diseases laboratory. When he finds about his wife’s extramarital affair he forces her to accompany him to a remote Chinese village run down by an unchecked cholera epidemic. It was here that they discover each other and decide to make a new beginning. 

Starring:
Liev Schreiber, Edward Norton, Alan David, Catherine An
Directed By:
John Curran
8. King Kong (2005)
36
14
King Kong
PG-13
36
14

Following the story of an ambitious filmmaker who travels to the mysterious Skull Island with his crew to capture a giant gorilla, the film King Kong was made on a then-record-breaking budget of $207 million in 2005. A major critical and commercial success, the film appeared on several top ten lists for the year. 

Role:
Ann Darrow
Starring:
Jack Black, Adrien Brody, Andy Serkis, Kyle Chandler, Peter Jackson, Thomas Kretschmann, Colin Hanks
Directed By:
9. St. Vincent (2014)
16
6
St. Vincent
PG-13
16
6

After separating from her husband, hardworking single mother, Maggie, and her adoptive son, Oliver, move in next door to Vincent MacKenna, a grumpy and alcoholic Vietnam War veteran. When Maggie is forced to leave Oliver in Vincent's care due to work pressure, the naive boy and his flawed mentor develop an unlikely bond with each other.

Role:
Daka
Directed By:
Theodore Melfi
10. Mother and Child (2009)
9
4
Mother and Child
R
9
4

The film revolves around the lives of three women, Karen, Elizabeth, and Lucy. Karen is a physical therapist who regrets giving up her daughter for adoption during her teenage years. Meanwhile, Elizabeth, who was adopted as a child, is now having a successful career as a lawyer, but she is unhappy with her personal life. The film also tells the story of Lucy and her husband, who decides to adopt, after failing to conceive.

Directed By:
Rodrigo García
11. The Ring (2002)
32
12
The Ring
PG-13
32
12

In this remake of a Japanese horror film Ring, which itself was based on Koji Suzuki’s novel, anyone who watches a mysterious videotape dies one week later. Amongst those who die is the niece of Rachel Keller, a journalist, who now watches the video and has precisely a week to unravel the mystery before she too faces the same fate as others.

Role:
Rachel
Starring:
Martin Henderson, Adam Brody, Pauley Perrette, David Dorfman, Brian Cox
Directed By:
Gore Verbinski
12. The Glass Castle (2017)
10
4
The Glass Castle
PG-13
10
4

The Glass Castle is a biographical drama film which tells the story of a young girl growing up facing hardships in a dysfunctional family of nonconformist nomads.

Role:
Rose Mary
Starring:
Woody Harrelson, Brie Larson, Ella Anderson, Chandler Head
Directed By:
Destin Daniel Cretton
13. Dangerous Beauty (1998)
8
3
Dangerous Beauty
R
8
3

Dangerous Beauty is a biographical drama film which tells us the story of Veronica, who is forced to become a courtesan, due to circumstances. However, she soon becomes a hero for her city, but is accused by the Church of witchcraft.

Role:
Giulia De Lezze
Starring:
Jacqueline Bisset, Fred Ward, Oliver Platt, Rufus Sewell
Directed By:
Marshall Herskovitz
14. Flirting (1991)
9
4
Flirting
R
9
4

Flirting is a romantic drama film which tells the story of Danny, a young man who is sent to a boarding school, filled with an atmosphere of bullying and sadistic teachers. He soon meets and develops a relationship with Thandiwe, an African girl, studying at a nearby girl’s school. However, racial prejudice soon seem to threaten their relationship.

Starring:
Thandie Newton, Noah Taylor, Nicole Kidman, Bartholomew Rose, Felix Nobis
Directed By:
John Duigan
15. Demolition (2015)
14
7
Demolition
R
14
7

Successful investment banker Davis Mitchell’s life is turned upside down when a car accident ends up killing his wife and with him at the hospital. When he drafts a complaint about a vending machine including some of his personal tragedies, he forms a bond with customer service representative Karen Moreno who might just help him rebuild his life. 

Role:
Karen
Starring:
Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Cooper, Judah Lewis, C.J. Wilson
Directed By:
Jean-Marc Vallée
16. The Assassination of Richard Nixon (2004)
9
4
The Assassination of Richard Nixon
TV-MA
9
4

Based on real events, this crime thriller film tells the story of a furniture salesman in 1972, who comes up with a plan to kill the then-President of the US, Richard Nixon. His plan involves hi-jacking a plane to fly over the White House in order to drop a gas bomb.

Role:
Marie Andersen Bicke
Starring:
Don Cheadle, Sean Penn, Jack Thompson, Brad William Henke
Directed By:
Niels Mueller
17. Matinee (1993)
8
4
Matinee
PG
8
4

Matinee is a comedy drama film which tells the story of a small-time independent filmmaker who is working on making a horror film during the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Starring:
John Goodman, Cathy Moriarty, Simon Fenton, Omri Katz, Lisa Jakub
Directed By:
Joe Dante
18. Rabbits (2002)
7
3
Rabbits
7
3

This horror thriller short film revolves around three humanoid rabbits who are living in a nameless city that is deluged by continuous rain.

Role:
Suzie
Starring:
Scott Coffey, Laura Harring, Rebekah Del Rio
Directed By:
19. Fair Game (2010)
11
5
Fair Game
PG-13
11
5

Based on two memoirs, one by Valerie Plame and the other by her diplomat husband, the film follows the life of Valerie Plame, an intelligence officer involved in several important projects. She has been able to hide her profession from the outside world until husband’s article in a popular magazine angers the White House and her identity is leaked. 

Role:
Valerie Plame
Starring:
Sam Shepard, Sean Penn, Sonya Davison, Vanessa Chong, Anand Tiwari
Directed By:
Doug Liman
20. Penguin Bloom (2021)
8
3
Penguin Bloom
TV-14
8
3
Role:
Sam Bloom
Starring:
Andrew Lincoln
21. Boss Level (2021)
11
6
Boss Level
11
6

Roy Pulver, a retired soldier of the Delta Force, finds himself stuck in a time loop. Every time he manages to elude several assassins, but at 12:47 he is killed each time, after which he wakes up again in his apartment. He tries to work out how to get further, and soon it seems that everything has a connection to his wife Jemma’s invention.

Starring:
Frank Grillo, Quinton Jackson, Ken Jeong, Mel Gibson
22. The Outsider (2002)
8
4
The Outsider
R
8
4
Role:
Rebecca Yoder
Starring:
David Carradine, Jason Clarke, Tim Daly, Keith Carradine, Thomas Curtis
Directed By:
Randa Haines
23. Stay (2005)
11
7
Stay
R
11
7

Psychiatrist, Sam Foster, is treating his colleague’s patient Henry Letham, who states that he has difficulty in differentiating between reality and illusion, and that he’ll kill himself in 3 days. As Sam tries to investigate Henry’s background for reasons, he realizes that slowly he, too, is losing hold over reality. But he must stay in actuality and stop Henry from killing himself.  

Role:
Lila Culpepper
Starring:
Amy Sedaris, Bob Hoskins, Elizabeth Reaser, Ryan Gosling, Ewan McGregor, Janeane Garofalo, Kate Burton
Directed By:
Marc Forster
24. I Heart Huckabees (2004)
10
5
I Heart Huckabees
R
10
5

Albert Markovski heads the local chapter of an environmental group trying to stop the building of a new Huckabees store. Soon, local Huckabees executive and Albert’s rival, Brad Stand, infiltrates the group and replaces him. After strange coincidences start happening Albert hires existential detectives, Bernard and Vivian Jaffe and things get hilariously complicated. 

Starring:
Tippi Hedren, Dustin Hoffman, Jean Smart, Jason Schwartzman, Lily Tomlin, Jude Law, Isla Fisher
Directed By:
David O. Russell
25. Luce (2018)
7
4
Luce
R
7
4
Starring:
Tim Roth, Norbert Leo Butz, Octavia Spencer, Andrea Bang
Directed By:
Julius Onah
26. J. Edgar (2011)
15
7
J. Edgar
R
15
7

The biographical drama is based on the life and career of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. It follows Hoover’s journey as he rises through the ranks using ruthless tactics to keep America safe. While he becomes one of the most powerful men in the USA, the movie also reveals his many questionable decisions.  

Starring:
Leonardo DiCaprio, Ed Westwick, Dermot Mulroney, Judi Dench, Adam Driver, Josh Hamilton, Geoff Pierson
Directed By:
27. The International (2009)
12
7
The International
R
12
7

Interpol agent, Louis Salinger, teams up with Assistant District Attorney, Eleanor Whitman, to investigate and stop the International Bank of Business and Credit from funding terrorism, money laundering, etc. This, however, puts their lives at risk from powerful people who will stop at nothing. 

Role:
Eleanor Whitman
Starring:
Clive Owen, Ben Whishaw, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Brían F. O'Byrne, Ulrich Thomsen
Directed By:
Tom Tykwer
28. Funny Games (2007)
14
6
Funny Games
R
14
6

Funny Games is a psychological thriller film which tells the story of a middle class family who encounter two men on a vacation. Their lives take a turn when they are taken hostages by the two men, in their own cabin.

Role:
Ann
Starring:
Tim Roth, Michael Pitt, Brady Corbet, Devon Gearhart
Directed By:
Michael Haneke
29. The Book of Henry (2017)
8
4
The Book of Henry
PG-13
8
4

When Henry, a young genius boy, learns that his classmate Christina is being abused by her stepfather Glenn, he reports to social services and the principal, but no action is taken due to his connections. He develops a detailed plan to rescue her, which he writes down in a notebook. However, he passes away after having a violent seizure before being able to execute it.

Role:
Susan Carpenter
Starring:
Sarah Silverman, Jaeden Lieberher, Dean Norris, Jacob Tremblay
Directed By:
Colin Trevorrow
30. Plots with a View (2002)
7
4
Plots with a View
PG-13
7
4

Betty has been stuck in a loveless marriage with a politician for years. However, she desires to be with Boris, her childhood sweetheart. Since Boris is a mortician, they try to come up with a plan to fake Betty’s death, so that the two lovers can run away together. 

Starring:
Alfred Molina, Miriam Margolyes, Christopher Walken, Hannah Higgins, Joshua Jenkins, Shaun Phillips
Directed By:
Nick Hurran
31. The Bleeder (2016)
6
4
The Bleeder
R
6
4

Chuck is a biographical sports drama film which tells the story of Chuck Wepner, a heavyweight boxer living in New Jersey, who is known for his reckless behavior. Eventually he takes on the challenge to fight against the great Muhammad Ali, hoping that it will help him change his fate. It was the events of this match that had inspired the story of Sylvester Stallone’s popular film ‘Rocky’.

Role:
Linda
Starring:
Elisabeth Moss, Liev Schreiber, Michael Rapaport, Ron Perlman
Directed By:
Philippe Falardeau
32. Ned Kelly (2003)
7
4
Ned Kelly
R
7
4

Ned Kelly is an action adventure film which tells the story of an innocent man who is being blamed for a crime. He goes into hiding, but soon the news spreads, making him one of the most wanted criminals worldwide.

Role:
Julia Cook
Starring:
Heath Ledger, Emily Browning, Joel Edgerton, Orlando Bloom, Geoffrey Rush
Directed By:
Gregor Jordan
33. You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (2010)
8
5
You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger
R
8
5

After forty years of married life, Helena finds herself abandoned by her husband, Alfie, who divorces her to marry a prostitute. In desperation, she starts consulting a psychic. Their daughter Sally, married to an unsuccessful author, falls for her boss while her husband begins to admire an already engaged woman, leading to more heartburn. 

Starring:
Theo James, Anupam Kher, Freida Pinto, Antonio Banderas, Lucy Punch, Josh Brolin, Anthony Hopkins
Directed By:
34. While We're Young (2014)
9
5
While We're Young
R
9
5

Documentary filmmaker Josh Srebnick and wife Cornelia are apparently happily married middle-aged couple; but everything is not so rosy on professional and personal fronts. Then they meet a generation younger charming couple, Jamie and Darby, who bring freshness in older couple’s life. They enjoy being around the youngsters and try doing things they do. Will this friendship rejuvenate Josh and Cornelia’s lives?

Role:
Cornelia
Starring:
Charles Grodin, Ben Stiller, Amanda Seyfried, Adam Driver, Maria Dizzia, Adam Horovitz, Matthew Maher
Directed By:
35. We Don't Live Here Anymore (2004)
6
4
We Don't Live Here Anymore
R
6
4

This romantic drama film tells the story of two friends, Jack and Hank, who meet regularly for dinner, with their wives, but in reality, they are actually suffering from problems in their respective marriages. Jack and Hank soon realize that they are both in love with each other’s wives.

Role:
Edith Evans
Starring:
Mark Ruffalo, Peter Krause, Laura Dern, Sam Charles
Directed By:
John Curran
36. Insurgent (2015)
19
13
Insurgent
PG-13
19
13

The second installment in The Divergent Series, the movie finds Tris Prior, Four, the rest of the Divergents, and the Factionless going to war against Jeanine Matthews and the Dauntless faction. Eventually captured, Tris unlocks a box to reveal that the faction system was an experiment and that the world is waiting outside the walled city. 

Starring:
Shailene Woodley, Maggie Q, Ansel Elgort, Rosa Salazar, Zoë Kravitz, Tony Goldwyn, Mekhi Phifer
Directed By:
Robert Schwentke
37. Adoration (2013)
7
6
Adoration
R
7
6

Close friends Lil and Roz, who grow up together as neighbors in a quiet beach town, continue their lifelong friendship as adults. Their teenage sons, too, form a close bond of friendship. When Roz’s husband moves away for job, the four are left by themselves. With passions running high, Lil and Roz get embroiled in an intimate relationship with each other’s son. 

Role:
Lil
Starring:
Robin Wright, Ben Mendelsohn, Xavier Samuel, James Frecheville
Directed By:
Anne Fontaine
38. The Sea of Trees (2015)
7
4
The Sea of Trees
PG-13
7
4

The Sea of Trees is a mystery drama film which tells the story of a physics professor named Arthur, who travels to Aokigahara, also known as the suicide forest. Although he attempts to end his life by overdosing on drugs, he soon meets a man named Takumi, who seems to have lost his way. Arthur decides to help him, and to keep themselves occupied, they start sharing stories of their lives.  

Starring:
Matthew McConaughey, Ryoko Seta, Sienna Tow, Naoko Marshall, Michiko Tomura
Directed By:
Gus Van Sant
39. Dream House (2011)
9
6
Dream House
PG-13
9
6

Will Atenton, a successful book-editor, moves with his wife and daughters to a small town in New England. Soon, they learn that a wife and her children were murdered in that house while husband, the prime suspect, was taken to a psychiatric facility. With the help of neighbor Ann Patterson, who knew the previous family, Will investigates and discovers some terrible secrets. 

Role:
Ann Patterson
Starring:
Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, Sarah Gadon, Elias Koteas, Marton Csokas
Directed By:
Jim Sheridan
40. 3 Generations (2015)
5
4
3 Generations
PG-13
5
4
Role:
Maggie
Starring:
Elle Fanning, Susan Sarandon, Sam Trammell, Linda Emond
Directed By:
Gaby Dellal
41. Allegiant (2016)
11
9
Allegiant
PG-13
11
9

In this third movie in the The Divergent series, Tris, her brother, Caleb, and her lover, Four, escape the walled Chicago and come across truths that shatter previous knowledge. Facing dangers that threaten humanity, Tris is forced to make bold decisions in order to survive.

Role:
Evelyn
Starring:
Jeff Daniels, Theo James, Shailene Woodley, Maggie Q, Ansel Elgort, Zoë Kravitz, Mekhi Phifer
Directed By:
Robert Schwentke
42. Ellie Parker (2005)
5
4
Ellie Parker
R
5
4
Role:
Ellie Parker
Starring:
Keanu Reeves, Chevy Chase, Jennifer Syme, Greg Freitas
Directed By:
Scott Coffey
43. Sunlight Jr. (2013)
5
4
Sunlight Jr.
5
4
Role:
Melissa
Starring:
Norman Reedus, Matt Dillon, Tess Harper, Antoni Corone
Directed By:
Laurie Collyer
44. Wide Sargasso Sea (1993)
5
5
Wide Sargasso Sea
NC-17
5
5
Starring:
Michael York, Martine Beswick, Rachel Ward, Nathaniel Parker
Directed By:
John Duigan
45. Diana (2013)
5
5
Diana
PG-13
5
5
Role:
Diana
Starring:
Douglas Hodge, Naveen Andrews, Cas Anvar, Charles Edwards
Directed By:
Oliver Hirschbiegel
46. The Ring Two (2005)
11
8
The Ring Two
PG-13
11
8

The second installment in The Ring franchise finds the vicious demonic spirit Samara Morgan haunting Rachel Keller and taking possession of her son Aidan in order to make Rachel her new mother. As Rachel tries to find a way to save her son and herself, Samara unleashes hell on everyone. 

Role:
Rachel
Starring:
Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Emily VanCamp, Gary Cole, Simon Baker, Sissy Spacek, David Dorfman
Directed By:
Hideo Nakata
47. Tank Girl (1995)
6
5
Tank Girl
R
6
5

This science fiction film takes us to a dystopian future where there are only a few survivors left. The film revolves around one of these survivors, Tank Girl, an anti-heroine, who fights against the tyranny of a big corporation which controls the remaining supply of water on the world.

Role:
Jet Girl
Starring:
Malcolm McDowell, Ann Cusack, Iggy Pop, Lori Petty
Directed By:
Rachel Talalay
48. Infinite Storm (2022)
4
4
Infinite Storm
R
4
4
Role:
Pam
49. Le divorce (2003)
4
4
Le divorce
PG-13
4
4

Isabel learns that her sister, who is a poetess, has been left by her French husband, and therefore, she decides to help her escape her misery. However, soon it seems that her sister is being stalked by someone.

Role:
Roxeanne de Persand
Starring:
Leslie Caron, Sam Waterston, Matthew Modine, Stephen Fry, Bebe Neuwirth, Kate Hudson, Glenn Close
Directed By:
James Ivory
50. The Wolf Hour (2019)
4
4
The Wolf Hour
R
4
4
51. Shut In (2016)
4
4
Shut In
PG-13
4
4

This psychological thriller film revolves around a widowed child psychologist who lives in isolation.  Although she is caught in a harsh winter storm, she believes that one of her patients is asking for help. Therefore, she must now find a way to rescue him before it is too late.

Role:
Mary
Starring:
Charlie Heaton, Oliver Platt, Jacob Tremblay, Clémentine Poidatz
Directed By:
Farren Blackburn
52. The Desperate Hour (2021)
3
4
The Desperate Hour
PG-13
3
4
Role:
Amy
53. The Shaft (2001)
3
4
The Shaft
R
3
4
Role:
Jennifer Evans
Starring:
Edward Herrmann, Michael Ironside, James Marshall, Eric Thal
Directed By:
Dick Maas
54. Movie 43 (2013)
7
9
Movie 43
R
7
9

An unsuccessful screenwriter, pitches in shockingly outrageous story ideas to a studio executive in this anthology comprising fourteen interlinked short films. It is directed by twelve different directors and stars famous Hollywood names. 

Starring:
Uma Thurman, Richard Gere, Stephen Merchant, Johnny Knoxville, Greg Kinnear, Dennis Quaid, Patrick Warburton
55. The Christmas Wish (1998)
7
3
The Christmas Wish
7
3
Role:
Renee
Starring:
Neil Patrick Harris, Debbie Reynolds, Alexandra Wilson, Beverly Archer
Directed By:
Ian Barry
56. The Last Impresario (2013)
7
3
The Last Impresario
7
3
Role:
Herself - Interviewee
Starring:
John Cleese, Michael White, Gracie Otto, Anna Wintour
Directed By:
Gracie Otto
57. Timepiece (1996)
6
3
Timepiece
6
3
Role:
Mary Chandler
Starring:
James Earl Jones, Ellen Burstyn, Kevin Kilner, Mercedes Kastner
Directed By:
Marcus Cole
58. Ophelia (2018)
7
4
Ophelia
PG-13
7
4
Role:
Gertrude / Mechtild
Starring:
Daisy Ridley, Clive Owen, Tom Felton, George MacKay
Directed By:
Claire McCarthy
59. The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer (1999)
6
3
The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer
6
3
Role:
Holly Maddux
Starring:
Tom Skerritt, Kevin Anderson, Kellie Overbey, Ruben Santiago-Hudson
Directed By:
William A. Graham
60. Ellie Parker (2001)
6
3
Ellie Parker
R
6
3
Role:
Ellie Parker
Starring:
Jennifer Syme, Chevy Chase, Scott Coffey, Rebecca Rigg, Mark Pellegrino
Directed By:
Scott Coffey
61. Never Date an Actress (2001)
5
3
Never Date an Actress
5
3
Role:
The Shallow Girlfriend
Starring:
Scott Coffey, David Baer
Directed By:
David Baer
62. The Wyvern Mystery (2000)
5
4
The Wyvern Mystery
5
4
Role:
Alice Fairfield
Starring:
Derek Jacobi, Iain Glen, Jack Davenport, Aisling O'Sullivan
Directed By:
Alex Pillai
63. Strange Planet (1999)
5
4
Strange Planet
5
4
Role:
Alice
Starring:
Hugo Weaving, Claudia Karvan, Alice Garner, Aaron Jeffery
Directed By:
Emma-Kate Croghan
64. Under the Lighthouse Dancing (1997)
5
4
Under the Lighthouse Dancing
5
4
Role:
Louise
Starring:
Jack Thompson, Aden Gillett, Jacqueline McKenzie, Phillip Holder
Directed By:
Graeme Rattigan
65. Persons Unknown (1996)
4
4
Persons Unknown
R
4
4
Role:
Molly
Starring:
James Thomas Patrick Walsh, Jon Favreau, Joe Mantegna, J.T. Walsh, Xander Berkeley
Directed By:
George Hickenlooper
66. The Custodian (1993)
4
4
The Custodian
4
4
Starring:
Essie Davis, Hugo Weaving, Anthony LaPaglia, Bill Hunter, Barry Otto
Directed By:
John Dingwall
67. For Love Alone (1986)
4
4
For Love Alone
4
4
Starring:
Sam Neill, Hugo Weaving, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Helen Buday
Directed By:
Stephen Wallace
68. Gross Misconduct (1993)
4
4
Gross Misconduct
4
4
Role:
Jennifer Carter
Starring:
Jimmy Smits, Sarah Chadwick, Adrian Wright, Ross Williams
Directed By:
George Miller
69. Secrets of the Bermuda Triangle (1996)
3
4
Secrets of the Bermuda Triangle
3
4
Starring:
Jerry Hardin, Sam Behrens, Lisa Jakub, David Gallagher
Directed By:
Ian Toynton
70. A House Divided (1998)
3
4
A House Divided
3
4
Role:
Amanda
Starring:
Gary Hershberger, Glenn Plummer
Directed By:
Kenneth Brady

TV Shows

Twin Peaks
39
8
Twin Peaks
TV-MA
39
8
Starring:
Kyle MacLachlan, David Duchovny, Richard Chamberlain, Miguel Ferrer, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Michael Cera, Jim Belushi
Directed By:
Brides of Christ
10
2
Brides of Christ
10
2
Starring:
Russell Crowe, Brenda Fricker, Sandy Gore, Josephine Byrnes, Lisa Hensley
Directed By:
Ken Cameron
Gypsy
12
6
Gypsy
TV-MA
12
6
Role:
Jean Holloway (10 episodes, 2017)
Starring:
Billy Crudup, Blythe Danner, Poorna Jagannathan, Karl Glusman
Sleepwalkers
5
3
Sleepwalkers
5
3
Role:
Kate Russell (9 episodes, 1997-1998)
Starring:
Bruce Greenwood, Abraham Benrubi, Jeffrey D. Sams, Michael Watson
Hey Dad..!
5
4
Hey Dad..!
5
4
Starring:
Joe Bugner, Julie McGregor, Robert Hughes, Sarah Monahan, Christopher Truswell
BlueBob: Thank You, Judge (1999)
5
4
BlueBob: Thank You, Judge
5
4
Role:
Wife
Starring:
Eli Roth, David Lynch, John Neff
Directed By:
Home and Away
5
5
Home and Away
5
5
Starring:
Isabel Lucas, Michael Palin, Brenton Thwaites, Chris Hemsworth, Dominic Purcell, Samara Weaving, Liam Hemsworth
Directed By:
David Gould, Geoffrey Nottage, Scott Hartford-Davis, Danny Raco, Mark Piper
Children of the Corn: The Gathering (1996)
4
5
Children of the Corn: The Gathering
R
4
5
Role:
Grace Rhodes
Starring:
Karen Black, Brent Jennings, Jamie Renée Smith, Mark Salling
Directed By:
Greg Spence

Narrator/Dubbing

Inland Empire (2006)
14
7
Inland Empire
R
14
7

Inland Empire is a 2006 mystery drama film, revolving around an actress who begins to adopt the persona of her character in a film, and meanwhile, her world starts becoming nightmarish and surreal.  

Role:
Suzie Rabbit (voice)
Starring:
David Lynch, William H. Macy, Diane Ladd, Nastassja Kinski, Mary Steenburgen, Harry Dean Stanton, Laura Dern
Directed By:
Babe: Pig in the City (1998)
8
6
Babe: Pig in the City
G
8
6

Babe, a little pig, emerges victorious in the sheep-herding contest. After he returns to his farm, he sees that Farmer Hoggett is injured and unable to work. Therefore, he decides to go to the big city to save the farm.    

Role:
Additional Voices (voice)
Starring:
Hugo Weaving, Adam Goldberg, Steven Alexander Wright, Jim Cummings, Nathan Kress, Mickey Rooney, James Cromwell
Directed By:

Animation Movies

BoJack Horseman
13
2
BoJack Horseman
TV-MA
13
2
Starring:
Jake Johnson, Keith David, RuPaul, Gabourey Sidibe, Andre Braugher, Alan Arkin, Ed Helms
Directed By:
JC Gonzalez, Amy Winfrey, Joel Moser, Martin Cendreda, Adam Parton