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List of Toni Collette Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Sixth Sense (1999)
83
19
The Sixth Sense
PG-13
83
19

Child psychologist Malcolm Crowe sees an opportunity to redeem himself after he meets his new patient Cole Sear, who exhibits similar symptoms to one of his former patients whom he had failed to treat. Despite doubting Sear's claims at first, Crowe gradually discovers that he might actually be able to see dead people, unaware of their death.

Role:
Lynn Sear
Directed By:
3. Little Miss Sunshine (2006)
42
12
Little Miss Sunshine
R
42
12

After 7 year-old Olive Hoover qualifies for the Little Miss Sunshine beauty pageant, her whole dysfunctional family comes together for a cross-country trip from Albuquerque to California in their Volkswagen van. However, a series of disasters obstruct the way to their lofty dreams, including a vehicle breakdown and Olive being abandoned at a gas station.

Role:
Sheryl Hoover
Directed By:
Valerie Faris, Jonathan Dayton
4. The Hours (2002)
18
6
The Hours
PG-13
18
6

The movie revolves around the lives of three women of three different generations, Clarissa Vaughan, Laura Brown, and Virginia Woolf. Their lives are interconnected by Woolf’s novel Mrs Dalloway. The movie unfolds the personal struggles of each woman in the span of a single day in different decades ending with transcendent revelations. 

Directed By:
Stephen Daldry
5. The Way Way Back (2013)
19
6
The Way Way Back
PG-13
19
6

A coming-of-age film, The Way Way Back centres around a teenage boy, Duncan, who is dreading a beach holiday in Cape Cod with his mother and her hostile boyfriend but finds companionship and courage in a waterpark employee and a girl next door. Starring a motley bunch of supporting characters, this film features drama and comedy with a dash of romance.

Role:
Pam
Directed By:
Nat Faxon, Jim Rash
6. Muriel's Wedding (1994)
10
4
Muriel's Wedding
R
10
4
Role:
Muriel Heslop
Starring:
Sophie Lee, Roz Hammond, Belinda Jarrett, Pippa Grandison
Directed By:
P.J. Hogan
7. The Black Balloon (2008)
8
3
The Black Balloon
PG-13
8
3

The Black Balloon is a romantic drama film which tells the story of Thomas, an adolescent kid, who wants to live a normal life, but is forced to take care of his autistic elder brother. Although he does what he can, things take a turn when Thomas starts developing feelings towards a girl in his swim class.

Role:
Maggie Mollison
Starring:
Luke Ford, Rhys Wakefield, Erik Thomson, Gemma Ward
Directed By:
Elissa Down
8. About a Boy (2002)
19
8
About a Boy
TV-14
19
8

Will Freeman, a carefree wealthy single man who wishes to evade any responsibility, creates a fictional son to attend single parents meetings, with a plan to date single mothers. Here, he meets 12-years-old Marcus, a boy with troubles of his own. Slowly they turn into friends, as Will guides Marcus through his issues while Marcus helps him grow into a mature adult.

Starring:
Hugh Grant, Nicholas Hoult, Rachel Weisz, Sharon Small, Madison Cook, Jordan Cook
Directed By:
Chris Weitz, Paul Weitz
9. Nightmare Alley (2021)
15
6
Nightmare Alley
R
15
6

Nightmare Alley is a crime drama thriller film which tells the story of Stanton Carlisle, who acquires a lot of knowledge from a mentalist at a carnival. Using this knowledge, he begins to swindle the elite and the wealthy people. He soon targets a dangerous tycoon, but the job might not be as easy as he expects.

Role:
Zeena the Seer
10. Enough Said (2013)
12
5
Enough Said
PG-13
12
5

Eva is a divorced single parent, who works as massage therapist. At a party, she meets a poet, Marianne, with whom she eventually becomes friendly. Also at the same party, she is introduced to Albert, a divorcee with a teenage daughter and starts a relationship with him. The only problem is that Albert is Marianne’s ex husband. 

Starring:
James Gandolfini, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Lennie Loftin, Jessica St. Clair, Tracey Fairaway, Christopher Nicholas Smith
Directed By:
Nicole Holofcener
11. Hector and the Search for Happiness (2014)
10
4
Hector and the Search for Happiness
R
10
4

Psychiatrist Hector, though leading a good life with girlfriend Clara, is disillusioned with his work and he feels like a sham, because his patients never seem to improve or experience happiness with his advice. He decides to break away from humdrum life and sets out to find the secret to joy. As he travels around the globe, does he discover the secret?

Starring:
Simon Pegg, Rosamund Pike, Jean Reno, Christopher Plummer, Veronica Ferres, Tracy Ann Oberman
Directed By:
Peter Chelsom
12. Velvet Goldmine (1998)
9
4
Velvet Goldmine
R
9
4

In 1984, British journalist, Arthur Stuart, investigates the career of the 1970s glam superstar Brian Slade, who was heavily influenced in his early life by the rebellious life of American singer Curt Wild.

Role:
Mandy Slade
Starring:
Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Ewan McGregor, Eddie Izzard, Christian Bale
Directed By:
Todd Haynes
13. Nothing Is Private (2007)
7
3
Nothing Is Private
R
7
3

Jasira, a teenager who was living with her mother, Gail, in New York, goes to live with her emotionally distant father, Rifat, in Houston. Jasira's life becomes difficult as she finds herself struggling with her racist schoolmates, her emerging sexuality, inappropriate attention of her married, handsome neighbour and the sexual advances of Thomas, her boyfriend.

Starring:
Maria Bello, Aaron Eckhart, Summer Bishil, Chris Messina, Peter Macdissi
Directed By:
Alan Ball
14. Dream Horse (2020)
8
3
Dream Horse
PG
8
3

A Welsh bartender Jan Vokes decides to breed an unlikely racehorse, though, she lacks the required money and experience. She convinces her neighbours and other people of her community to chip in their meager earnings so that she can raise the foal. The investment that they made pays off, as the foal soon becomes a ray of hope for the struggling community.

Role:
Jan Vokes
Starring:
Owen Teale, Damian Lewis
15. The Boys (1998)
7
3
The Boys
R
7
3
Role:
Michelle
Starring:
Lynette Curran, John Polson, David Wenham, Anthony Hayes
Directed By:
Rowan Woods
16. Hitchcock (2012)
11
5
Hitchcock
PG-13
11
5

The movie follows legendary director Alfred Hitchcock’s struggles to get one of his most iconic movies Psycho made. After Paramount’s refusal, he is forced to finance the movie himself and in spite of reservations, is helped by his wife Alma. The making of the movie puts a strain on his health and their marriage.

Role:
Peggy
Starring:
Anthony Hopkins, Ralph Macchio, Helen Mirren, Michael Stuhlbarg, Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Biel, Danny Huston
Directed By:
Sacha Gervasi
17. Miss You Already (2015)
8
4
Miss You Already
PG-13
8
4

Milly and Jess have been lifelong friends. However, their friendship is tested when Milly gets diagnosed with breast cancer, while Jess is trying to start a family.

Role:
Milly
Starring:
Drew Barrymore, Jacqueline Bisset, Paddy Considine, Shola Adewusi, Tyson Ritter
Directed By:
Catherine Hardwicke
18. Japanese Story (2003)
9
3
Japanese Story
R
9
3
Role:
Sandy Edwards
Starring:
Lynette Curran, Matthew Dyktynski, Gotaro Tsunashima, Yumiko Tanaka
Directed By:
Sue Brooks
19. Foster (2011)
7
3
Foster
PG
7
3
Role:
Zooey
Starring:
Hayley Mills, Ioan Gruffudd, Richard E. Grant, Anne Reid
Directed By:
Jonathan Newman
20. Please Stand By (2017)
7
4
Please Stand By
PG-13
7
4
Role:
Scottie
Starring:
Dakota Fanning, Jessica Rothe, Alice Eve, River Alexander, Marla Gibbs
Directed By:
Ben Lewin
21. I'm Thinking of Ending Things (2020)
11
6
I'm Thinking of Ending Things
R
11
6
Role:
Mother
22. Emma (1996)
8
4
Emma
PG
8
4

Based on Jane Austen’s novel of the same, this film revolves around Emma Woodhouse, who considers herself a matchmaker within her small community. She tries to find a suitable match for her timid friend Harriet, and during the process, she falls in love with the most eligible bachelor. 

Starring:
Gwyneth Paltrow, Alan Cumming, Ewan McGregor, James Cosmo, Greta Scacchi
Directed By:
Douglas McGrath
23. The Dead Girl (2006)
7
4
The Dead Girl
R
7
4

After a young girl is murdered, the clues bring together several people who are seemingly unrelated.

Role:
Arden
Starring:
Brittany Murphy, Mary Steenburgen, Kerry Washington, James Franco, Giovanni Ribisi, Rose Byrne, Josh Brolin
Directed By:
Karen Moncrieff
24. Clockwatchers (1997)
6
3
Clockwatchers
PG-13
6
3
Role:
Iris Chapman
Starring:
Lisa Kudrow, Parker Posey, Alanna Ubach, Debra Jo Rupp, Helen FitzGerald
Directed By:
Jill Sprecher
25. Cosi (1996)
6
3
Cosi
R
6
3
Role:
Julie
Starring:
Ben Mendelsohn, Barry Otto, Aden Young, Rachel Griffiths
Directed By:
Mark Joffe
26. Changing Lanes (2002)
11
5
Changing Lanes
R
11
5

When Wall Street lawyer Gavin Banek and insurance agent Doyle Gipson, both running late for their vital court appointments, collide in an automobile accident on busy FDR Drive, the delay leads to grievous repercussions in their lives. This turns the two total strangers into bitter, vengeful antagonists who don’t hesitate to resort to unscrupulous, illegal ways to create destruction in the other man’s life. 

Role:
Michelle
Starring:
Ben Affleck, Samuel L. Jackson, Kevin Sussman, Sydney Pollack, Kim Staunton
Directed By:
Roger Michell
27. In Her Shoes (2005)
10
5
In Her Shoes
TV-14
10
5

The only thing common between sisters Rose and Maggie Feller is their shoe-size. Responsible, hard-working attorney Rose throws out reckless, wild, party-girl Maggie when Rose finds her boyfriend Jim in bed with Maggie. Learning about their grandmother Ella Hirsch both sisters didn’t know existed, Maggie moves to Ella’s place in Miami. When both sisters meet there, will they revive their family bond?

Role:
Rose
Starring:
Shirley MacLaine, Cameron Diaz, Candice Azzara, Anson Mount
Directed By:
Curtis Hanson
28. Imperium (2016)
9
5
Imperium
R
9
5

When a terrorist plot is uncovered, a young and inexperienced FBI agent Nate Foster, decides to prove himself by going undercover to infiltrate the gang of white supremacists responsible. 

Role:
Angela Zamparo
Starring:
Daniel Radcliffe, Tracy Letts, Sam Trammell, Nestor Carbonell
Directed By:
Daniel Ragussis
29. Jasper Jones (2017)
6
3
Jasper Jones
6
3
Role:
Ruth Bucktin
Starring:
Hugo Weaving, Matt Nable, Levi Miller, Angourie Rice
Directed By:
Rachel Perkins
30. Fright Night (2011)
12
7
Fright Night
R
12
7

A remake of Tom Holland's 1985 film of the same name, this movie follows a teenaged boy who discovers that his neighbor is actually a blood-thirsty vampire on a never-ending killing spree. A brutal fight ensues between the two amidst other frightening events. 

Role:
Jane Brewster
Starring:
David Tennant, Colin Farrell, Imogen Poots, Dave Franco, Anton Yelchin
Directed By:
Craig Gillespie
31. Evening (2007)
7
4
Evening
PG-13
7
4

Based on a novel of the same name, Evening is a romantic drama film which takes us to the life of Ann Lord, who is on her deathbed. She narrates her story of her past around 50 years ago, to her daughters.  

Role:
Nina Mars
Starring:
Hugh Dancy, Mamie Gummer, Vanessa Redgrave, Glenn Close, Claire Danes, Meryl Streep
Directed By:
Lajos Koltai
32. Jesus Henry Christ (2011)
6
3
Jesus Henry Christ
PG-13
6
3

Jesus Henry Christ is a comedy film which tells the story of a 13 year old named Henry, who is being raised by his single mother Patricia. Although he is a very smart kid as compared to all his peers, problem is that he doesn’t know who his father is.

Role:
Patricia Herman
Starring:
Michael Sheen, Jason Spevack, Frank Moore, Hannah Brigden
Directed By:
Dennis Lee
33. A Long Way Down (2014)
7
4
A Long Way Down
R
7
4

A Long Way Down is a black comedy film, which tells the story of four strangers who want to commit suicide. However, they happen to come to the same suicide spot. They eventually decide to postpone their deaths and help one another, with their problems, and see if they are able to find any reason to live.   

Role:
Maureen
Starring:
Aaron Paul, Pierce Brosnan, Sam Neill, Imogen Poots, Rosamund Pike, Zara White
Directed By:
Pascal Chaumeil
34. Unlocked (2017)
9
4
Unlocked
R
9
4

Unlocked is a mystery action thriller film which tells the story of a CIA Agent Alice Racine, who is assigned to investigate an intelligence alert about a biological attack in London.

Role:
Emily Knowles
Starring:
Orlando Bloom, John Malkovich, Michael Douglas, Noomi Rapace
Directed By:
35. Like Minds (2006)
6
3
Like Minds
PG-13
6
3
Role:
Sally Rowe
Starring:
Tom Sturridge, Eddie Redmayne, Richard Roxburgh, Kate Maberly
Directed By:
Gregory Read
36. Hey Hey It's Esther Blueburger (2008)
6
3
Hey Hey It's Esther Blueburger
PG-13
6
3
Starring:
Essie Davis, Danielle Catanzariti, Cassandra Jinman, Talia Monaghan, Yen Yen Stender
Directed By:
Cathy Randall
37. Dinner with Friends (2001)
6
3
Dinner with Friends
R
6
3
Role:
Beth
Starring:
Dennis Quaid, Andie MacDowell, Greg Kinnear, Taylor Emerson
Directed By:
Norman Jewison
38. Krampus (2015)
9
6
Krampus
PG-13
9
6

Krampus is a comedy horror film, about Max, who loses interest in celebrating Christmas due to the constant quarrels between the members of his family. However, he accidentally awakens a demon Krampus, who wants to punish his entire family. 

Role:
Sarah
Starring:
Seth Green, Conchata Ferrell, Adam Scott, Stefania LaVie Owen
Directed By:
Michael Dougherty
39. Connie and Carla (2004)
6
4
Connie and Carla
PG-13
6
4

Connie and Carla is a musical comedy crime film which tells the story of two best friends Connie and Carla, who are on their way to the Chicago airport for a song-and-dance act. But their lives turn upside down after they witness a murder.

Role:
Carla
Starring:
David Duchovny, Nia Vardalos, Stephen Spinella, Alec Mapa
Directed By:
Michael Lembeck
40. Dirty Deeds (2002)
6
4
Dirty Deeds
R
6
4
Role:
Sharon Ryan
Starring:
Sam Worthington, John Goodman, Sam Neill, Bryan Brown
Directed By:
David Caesar
41. Hotel Splendide (2000)
5
3
Hotel Splendide
5
3
Role:
Kath
Starring:
Daniel Craig, Katrin Cartlidge, Stephen Tompkinson, Hugh O'Conor
Directed By:
Terence Gross
42. Mental (2012)
5
4
Mental
5
4
Starring:
Liev Schreiber, Anthony LaPaglia, Rebecca Gibney, Kerry Fox
Directed By:
P.J. Hogan
43. Lucky Them (2013)
5
3
Lucky Them
R
5
3
Role:
Ellie Klug
Starring:
Johnny Depp, Joanne Woodward, Thomas Haden Church, Oliver Platt
Directed By:
Megan Griffiths
44. Madame (2017)
6
4
Madame
TV-14
6
4
Role:
Anne Fredericks
Starring:
Harvey Keitel, Rossy de Palma, Tom Hughes, Michael Smiley
Directed By:
Amanda Sthers
45. Spotswood (1992)
6
3
Spotswood
PG
6
3
Starring:
Russell Crowe, Ben Mendelsohn, Anthony Hopkins, Alwyn Kurts, Bruno Lawrence, John Walton
Directed By:
Mark Joffe
46. Shaft (2000)
9
6
Shaft
R
9
6

NYPD Detective John Shaft II arrests Walter Wade, Jr. for the murder of Trey Howard but Wade escapes with a bail. Years later Wade is again arrested by Shaft. Now Shaft must fight corrupt officials, officers, and drug lords to keep the only witness of Trey’s murder safe and bring Wade to justice. 

Starring:
Vanessa Lynn Williams, Mekhi Phifer, Busta Rhymes, Isaac Hayes, Elizabeth Banks, Lawrence Taylor, Samuel L. Jackson
Directed By:
John Singleton
47. The Night Listener (2006)
6
4
The Night Listener
R
6
4

The Night Listener is a psychological thriller horror film which tells the story of Gabriel Noone, a writer who also hosts a late-night radio show. He begins a phone correspondence with a teenage boy who claims that he had survived a horrible and nightmarish childhood, and soon Gabriel becomes close to the boy.

Role:
Donna D. Logand
Starring:
Robin Williams, Sandra Oh, Bobby Cannavale, Joe Morton, Rory Culkin
Directed By:
Patrick Stettner
48. Velvet Buzzsaw (2018)
8
6
Velvet Buzzsaw
R
8
6

Velvett Buzzsaw is a mystery horror drama film, which tells the story of a supernatural force which gets released, after a recently deceased artist’s paintings are discovered. The supernatural force starts enacting revenge on those who allowed their greed to get in the way of art.  

Role:
Gretchen
Starring:
Natalia Dyer, Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Tom Sturridge, John Malkovich, Billy Magnussen
Directed By:
Dan Gilroy
49. The Last Shot (2004)
5
4
The Last Shot
R
5
4
Role:
Emily French
Starring:
Calista Flockhart, Judy Greer, Joan Cusack, Eric Roberts, Alec Baldwin, Ray Liotta, Matthew Broderick
Directed By:
Jeff Nathanson
50. Sea Fever (2020)
5
4
Sea Fever
5
4
Starring:
Connie Nielsen, Olwen Fouéré, Dougray Scott, Ardalan Esmaili
Directed By:
Neasa Hardiman
51. Stowaway (2021)
7
5
Stowaway
TV-MA
7
5

A three person-crew is on a mission to Mars. But they soon find themselves in a complicated situation when an unplanned passenger jeopardizes the lives of everyone on board.

Role:
Marina Barnett
Starring:
Anna Kendrick
52. 8 ½ Women (1999)
5
4
8 ½ Women
R
5
4
Starring:
Amanda Plummer, John Standing, Peter Greenaway, Vivian Wu
Directed By:
Peter Greenaway
53. xXx: Return of Xander Cage (2017)
8
7
xXx: Return of Xander Cage
PG-13
8
7

Former xXx agent Xander Cage returns from exile and forms a new team to retrieve ‘Pandora’s Box’, a device which can control every satellite in the world and make them crash like warheads. But standing in his way are four highly skilled operatives being led by Xiang and corrupt high-level Government officials. 

Starring:
Deepika Padukone, Vin Diesel, Ruby Rose, Nina Dobrev, Tony Jaa, Samuel L. Jackson
Directed By:
D.J. Caruso
54. Fun Mom Dinner (2017)
4
4
Fun Mom Dinner
R
4
4
Role:
Kate
Starring:
Molly Shannon, Paul Rudd, Kathryn Prescott, Rob Huebel, Caleb Paddock
Directed By:
Alethea Jones
55. The Pallbearer (1996)
4
4
The Pallbearer
PG-13
4
4

The Pallbearer is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of a young man named Tom, whose life takes a turn when he is asked to be the pallbearer during the funeral of a former classmate whom he doesn’t even remember. He is also tasked with delivering the eulogy. Meanwhile, his old high school crush returns to town, and reappears in his life.    

Role:
Cynthia
Starring:
David Schwimmer, Michael Vartan, Gwyneth Paltrow, Carol Kane, Michael Rapaport
Directed By:
Matt Reeves
56. Tammy (2014)
6
6
Tammy
R
6
6

Tammy is a road comedy film, which tells the story of a woman who after losing her job, also finds out that her husband has been unfaithful to her. She decides to hit the road with her alcoholic grandmother. 

Starring:
Melissa McCarthy, Kathy Bates, Susan Sarandon, Gary Cole, Dan Aykroyd, Allison Janney, Sandra Oh
Directed By:
Ben Falcone
57. Unit Zero (2017)
9
2
Unit Zero
9
2
Role:
Jackie Fink
Starring:
Jamey Sheridan, Rob Huebel, Peter Cambor, Ayden Mayeri
Directed By:
David Gordon Green
58. Hereditary (2018)
27
10
Hereditary
R
27
10

After her mother passes away, Annie and the rest of her family is struck with grief. She soon starts attending a support group. However, soon strange things start occurring and she begins to learn some horrifying truths about her ancestry.

Role:
Annie Graham
Starring:
Gabriel Byrne, Ann Dowd, Alex Wolff, Milly Shapiro
Directed By:
Ari Aster
59. Hearts Beat Loud (2018)
7
3
Hearts Beat Loud
PG-13
7
3
Role:
Leslie
Starring:
Nick Offerman, Ted Danson, Blythe Danner, Kiersey Clemons
Directed By:
Brett Haley
60. Lilian's Story (1996)
7
3
Lilian's Story
7
3
Role:
Young Lilian Singer
Starring:
Essie Davis, Barry Otto, Ruth Cracknell, John Flaus
Directed By:
Jerzy Domaradzki
61. Glassland (2014)
5
3
Glassland
5
3
Role:
Jean
Starring:
Will Poulter, Michael Smiley, Jack Reynor, Ally Ni Chiarain
Directed By:
Gerard Barrett
62. Birthmarked (2018)
5
4
Birthmarked
5
4
Role:
Catherine
Starring:
Fionnula Flanagan, Matthew Goode, Michael Smiley, Suzanne Clément
Directed By:
Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais
63. The Yellow Birds (2017)
5
4
The Yellow Birds
5
4
Role:
Amy Bartle
Starring:
Jack Huston, Alden Ehrenreich, Jennifer Aniston, Tye Sheridan
Directed By:
Alexandre Moors
64. Diana & Me (1997)
4
3
Diana & Me
4
3
Role:
Diana Spencer
Starring:
Malcolm Kennard, John Simm, Dominic West, Victoria Eagger
Directed By:
David Parker
65. The James Gang (1997)
4
3
The James Gang
R
4
3
Role:
Julia Armstrong
Starring:
John Hannah, Helen McCrory, Jason Flemyng, Darren Brownlie
Directed By:
Mike Barker

TV Shows

Rake
15
2
Rake
15
2
Starring:
Martin Henderson, Noah Taylor, Silvia Colloca, Magda Szubanski, Cate Blanchett, Hugo Weaving, Sam Neill
United States of Tara
22
5
United States of Tara
TV-MA
22
5
Role:
Tara Gregson (36 episodes, 2009-2011)
Starring:
Viola Davis, Brie Larson, Patton Oswalt, Eddie Izzard, John Corbett, Rosemarie DeWitt, Keir Gilchrist
Directed By:
Craig Zisk, Craig Gillespie, Jamie Babbit, Tricia Brock, John Dahl
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
The Graham Norton Effect
6
3
The Graham Norton Effect
6
3
Role:
Herself - Guest (1 episode, 2004)
Starring:
Macaulay Culkin, Jason Bateman, Graham Norton, Sandra Bernhard
Wanderlust
9
4
Wanderlust
Not
9
4
Role:
Joy / ... (6 episodes, 2018)
Starring:
Steven Mackintosh, Paul Kaye, Zawe Ashton, Joe Hurst
Directed By:
Luke Snellin , Lucy Tcherniak
Tsunami: The Aftermath
8
3
Tsunami: The Aftermath
TV-MA
8
3
Role:
Kathy Graham (2 episodes, 2006)
Starring:
Tim Roth, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Owen Teale, Hugh Bonneville, Gina McKee, Samrit Machielsen
Directed By:
Bharat Nalluri
A Country Practice
7
3
A Country Practice
7
3
Starring:
Simon Baker, Joe Bugner, Nicole Kidman, Ben Mendelsohn, Noah Taylor, Shane Porteous, Brian Wenzel
Directed By:
Bob Meillon, Leigh Spence, Peter Maxwell, Bruce Best, Chris Adshead
Hostages
10
5
Hostages
TV-14
10
5
Role:
Dr. Ellen Sanders (15 episodes, 2013-2014)
Starring:
Hilarie Burton, Tate Donovan, Sandrine Holt, Rhys Coiro
Pieces of Her
15
8
Pieces of Her
18
15
8
Role:
Laura Oliver

Animation Movies

Mary and Max (2009)
27
6
Mary and Max
27
6

The film is a moving story about two very unlikely pen pals over the period of two decades. Mary, an eight year old girl from Australia befriends Max, a forty four year old obese man and the two bond well. Over the period of time, the friendship sees its share of ups and down wherein the two offer each other support and a new way of looking at life.

Role:
Mary Daisy Dinkle (voice)
Starring:
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Barry Humphries, Eric Bana, Bethany Whitmore
Directed By:
Adam Elliot
The Thief and the Cobbler (1993)
7
3
The Thief and the Cobbler
G
7
3
Role:
Nurse / Witch (Miramax version) (voice)
Starring:
Jennifer Beals, Kenneth Williams, Vincent Price, Joss Ackland, Donald Pleasence, Miriam Margolyes, Matthew Broderick
Directed By:
Richard Williams
The Boxtrolls (2014)
11
5
The Boxtrolls
PG
11
5

Orphaned human boy Eggs is brought up by the Boxtrolls, a trash-collecting community of quirky creatures residing in caverns beneath the streets of Cheesebridge. But the wicked exterminator, Archibald Snatcher, is out to destroy the Boxtrolls. Eggs comes above the cavernous home and meets spirited Winnie who readily helps with a plan to save Boxtrolls. But their lives, too, are at risk. 

Role:
Lady Cynthia Portley-Rind (voice)
Starring:
Jared Harris, Elle Fanning, Tom Kenny, Ben Kingsley, Tracy Morgan, Richard Ayoade, Isaac Hempstead Wright
Directed By:
Anthony Stacchi, Graham Annable
The Magic Pudding (2000)
5
3
The Magic Pudding
5
3
Role:
Meg Bluegum (voice)
Starring:
John Cleese, Hugo Weaving, Sam Neill, Geoffrey Rush, Dave Gibson
Directed By:
Karl Zwicky
Blinky Bill (2015)
4
3
Blinky Bill
PG
4
3
Role:
Beryl / Cheryl (voice)
Starring:
Barry Humphries, Richard Roxburgh, David Wenham, Ryan Kwanten
Directed By:
Deane Taylor, Alexs Stadermann, Noel Cleary

Special Appearance/Cameo

How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008)
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5
How to Lose Friends & Alienate People
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10
5

On relocating to New York City after securing a job at the popular glossy magazine Sharps, British polemic journalist Sydney Young has a tough time, making blunders, being scorned by one and all until he learns to compromise. But one cannot live forever on a borrowed image and his true nature is soon revealed. 

Role:
Toni Collette (uncredited)
Starring:
Brian Austin Green, James Corden, Miriam Margolyes, Kirsten Dunst, Jeff Bridges, Megan Fox, Thandie Newton
Directed By:
Robert B. Weide

Toni Collette Awards

Golden Globe Awards
United States of Tara Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical 2010
Primetime Emmy Awards
United States of Tara Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series 2009