List of Anne Hathaway performances

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Anne Hathaway is an American actress. She made her acting debut in the short-lived television drama series Get Real (19992000) before starring in her breakthrough role of Mia Thermopolis in the successful Disney comedy The Princess Diaries (2001). [1] It established her as a teen idol and she later reprised the role in its sequel, Royal Engagement . [1] The following year, Hathaway made her New York stage debut in the Encores! production of Carnival! . This was followed by a string of family films such as Nicholas Nickleby (2002) and Ella Enchanted (2004), which were box office flops. [1] In 2005, she transitioned to more mature roles with the acclaimed gay romance Brokeback Mountain . [2] In 2006, Hathaway starred opposite Meryl Streep in the highly successful comedy-drama The Devil Wears Prada and portrayed Jane Austen in the biographical drama Becoming Jane the following year. [1] [2]

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Hathaway received critical acclaim and a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress for playing a recovering alcoholic in Rachel Getting Married (2008). [1] [2] [3] She played Viola in The Public Theater's 2009 production of Twelfth Night , which garnered her a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Play. [4] In 2010, she won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance for providing her voice for an episode on The Simpsons . [5] The same year, she played the White Queen in Tim Burton's $1 billion grossing fantasy adventure Alice in Wonderland . [1] For her role as a free-spirited artist in Love & Other Drugs (2010), she earned a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. [6] During this period, Hathaway also starred in a number of other box-office hits such as Get Smart (2008), Bride Wars (2009) and Valentine's Day (2010). [7] She then went on to voice a Spix's macaw named Jewel in the animated comedy adventure film Rio (2011) and its sequel Rio 2 (2014). [7]

Another big commercial success came in 2012 with Christopher Nolan's superhero film The Dark Knight Rises , which grossed over $1 billion worldwide, in which she played Selina Kyle. [7] [8] The same year, her performance as Fantine in Tom Hooper's epic musical Les Misérables garnered her widespread acclaim and won her the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. [9] [10] [11] [12] In 2014, she starred as a NASA scientist in Nolan's Interstellar , and she earned a Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance nomination for her performance as a fighter pilot in the play Grounded (2015). [13] Hathaway later had starring roles in the commercially successful comedies The Intern (2015), Ocean's 8 (2018), and The Hustle (2019). [7]

Film

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TitleYearRoleDirector(s)NotesRef(s)
The Princess Diaries 2001 Mia Thermopolis Garry Marshall [14]
The Other Side of Heaven Jean Sabin Mitch Davis [15]
Nicholas Nickleby 2002Madeline Bray Douglas McGrath [16]
The Cat Returns 2003Haru Yoshioka Hiroyuki Morita Voice [17]
Ella Enchanted 2004Princess Ella Tommy O'Haver [18]
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement Mia ThermopolisGarry Marshall [19]
Hoodwinked! 2005 Red Puckett Cory Edwards , Todd Edwards & Tony Leech Voice [20]
Havoc Allison Lang Barbara Kopple [21]
Brokeback Mountain Lureen Newsome Twist Ang Lee [22]
The Devil Wears Prada 2006Andy Sachs David Frankel [23]
Becoming Jane 2007 Jane Austen Julian Jarrold [24]
Get Smart 2008Agent 99 Peter Segal [25]
Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd: Out of Control Gil Junger Uncredited cameo [26]
Rachel Getting Married Kym Buchman Jonathan Demme [27]
Passengers Claire Summers Rodrigo García [28]
Bride Wars 2009Emma Allen Gary Winick [29]
Valentino: The Last Emperor Herself Matt Tyrnauer Documentary [30]
Valentine's Day 2010Liz CurranGarry Marshall [31]
Alice in Wonderland Mirana / White Queen Tim Burton [32]
Love & Other Drugs Maggie Murdock Edward Zwick [33]
10 Mountains 10 YearsNarratorJennifer YeeVoice
Documentary
[34]
Rio 2011Jewel Carlos Saldanha Voice [35]
One Day Emma Morley Lone Scherfig [36]
The Dark Knight Rises 2012 Selina Kyle Christopher Nolan [37]
Les Misérables Fantine Tom Hooper [38]
Girl Rising 2013Narrator Richard E. Robbins Voice
Documentary
[39]
Don Jon Emily Lombardo Joseph Gordon-Levitt Cameo [40]
Song One 2014Franny EllisKate Barker-FroylandAlso producer [41]
Rio 2 Jewel Carlos Saldanha Voice [42]
Don Peyote Agent of TRUTH Dan Fogler & Michael CanzonieroCameo [43]
Interstellar Amelia BrandChristopher Nolan [44]
The Intern 2015Jules Ostin Nancy Meyers [45]
Alice Through the Looking Glass 2016Mirana / White Queen James Bobin [46]
Colossal Gloria Nacho Vigalondo [47]
Ocean's 8 2018Daphne Kluger Gary Ross [48]
Serenity 2019Karen Zariakas Steven Knight [49]
The Hustle Josephine Chesterfield Chris Addison [50]
Dark Waters Sarah Bilott Todd Haynes [51]
The Last Thing He Wanted 2020Elena McMahon Dee Rees [52]
The Witches Dagger-14-plain.png Miss Eva Ernst / Grand High Witch Robert Zemeckis Post-production [53]

Stage

ProductionYearTheaterRole(s)Ref(s)
Carnival! 2002 New York City Center Lili [54]
The Woman in White 2003Sydmonton WorkshopLaura Fairlie [55]
Children and Art2005 New Amsterdam Theatre Performer [56]
Twelfth Night 2009 Delacorte Theater Viola [57]
Grounded2015 The Public Theater Unnamed pilot [58]
The Children's Monologues 2017 Carnegie Hall Woman with unfaithful lover [59]

Television

TitleYear(s)Role(s)NotesRef(s)
Get Real 1999–2000Meghan Green22 episodes [60]
Elmo's Christmas Countdown 2007HerselfTelevision special [61]
Saturday Night Live 2008HostEpisode: "Anne Hathaway/The Killers [62]
The Simpsons 2009Jenny (voice)Episode: "The Good, the Sad and the Drugly" [63]
The Simpsons2010Princess Penelope (voice)Episode: "Once Upon a Time in Springfield" [64]
Saturday Night LiveHostEpisode: "Anne Hathaway/Florence + the Machine" [65]
Family Guy Mother Maggie (voice)Episode: "Go, Stewie, Go!" [66]
Family GuyHerself (voice)Episode: "April in Quahog" [67]
83rd Academy Awards 2011HostTelevision special; co-host with James Franco [68]
Family GuyHot Blonde (voice)Episode: "It's a Trap!" [69]
Saturday Night Live2012HostEpisode: "Anne Hathaway/Rihanna" [70]
The SimpsonsJenny (voice)Episode: "Moonshine River" [71]
HitRecord on TV 2015Vivica VirusEpisode: "Re: The Number Two" [72]
Lip Sync Battle HerselfEpisode: "Anne Hathaway vs. Emily Blunt" [73]
Documentary Now! 2016HerselfEpisode: "Mr. Runner Up: My Life as an Oscar Bridesmaid, Part 2" [74]
Modern Love 2019Lexi2 episodes [75]
Sesame Street: Elmo's Playdate 2020HerselfTelevision special [76]

Discography

Charted songs

For her songs in Ella Enchanted, see: Ella Enchanted (soundtrack)

TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum
CAN
[77]
ESP
[78]
IRL
[79]
UK
[80]
US
[81]
"I Dreamed a Dream"20127721262269 Les Misérables: Highlights from
the Motion Picture Soundtrack

Guest appearances

SongYearArtistAlbum
"Don't Go Breaking My Heart"2004 Jesse McCartney and Anne Hathaway Ella Enchanted (soundtrack)
"You Make Me Feel Like Dancing (Remix)"Anne Hathaway
"Somebody to Love"Anne Hathaway
"Great Big World"2005Anne Hathaway Hoodwinked (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
"Take, O Take Those Lips Away"2009Anne Hathaway and Illyrian Marching Band Twelfth Night
"Full Phathom Five"Anne Hathaway, Hem, and Audra McDonald
"Come Away Death"Anne Hathaway, David Pittu, Raúl Esparza, and Illyrian Marching Band
"Real in Rio"2011Anne Hathaway, Jesse Eisenberg, Jamie Foxx, George Lopez, will.i.am, and The Rio Singers with Hollywood Rio
"Hot Wings (I Wanna Party)"Anne Hathaway, will.i.am, and Jamie Foxx
"At the End of the Day" [82] 2012 Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Foreman, Factory Girls, and Cast Les Misérables: Highlights from
the Motion Picture Soundtrack
"I Dreamed a Dream" [82] Anne Hathaway
"Epilogue" [82] Amanda Seyfried, Anne Hathaway, Colm Wilkinson, Eddie Redmayne, and Hugh Jackman
"What is Love"2014Janelle Monáe, Jamie Foxx, Anne Hathaway, and Jesse Eisenberg Rio 2
"Don't Go Away"Anne Hathaway and Flavia Maia
"At the Ballet" (from A Chorus Line )2016 Barbra Streisand, Daisy Ridley, and Anne Hathaway Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway

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