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Scottish actress

Kelly Macdonald is ...

Alive
Born 23 Feb 1976 in Glasgow
Age45 years
Correction?
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Kelly Macdonald at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival

About Kelly Macdonald

Kelly Macdonald born on 23 February 1976 in Glasgow. She is a citizen of Scotland. Kelly Macdonald was educated at Eastwood High School. She lives at Glasgow.

She is a Scottish actress.

Kelly Macdonald has had one spouse: Dougie Payne.

Kelly Macdonald has worked as an actor and film actor. She has has won Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series and Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie.

Films

Kelly Macdonald has worked on the following films:

Gosford Park
2001 film by Robert Altman
2001
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
2005 British-American comic science fiction film
2005
T2 Trainspotting
2017 British black comedy crime drama film by Danny Boyle
2017
Elizabeth
1998 biographical film
1998
Holmes & Watson
2018 film by Etan Cohen
2018
Finding Neverland
2004 film by Marc Forster
2004
Okja
2017 film by Bong Joon-ho
2017
Special Correspondents
2016 film by Ricky Gervais
2016
Nanny McPhee
2005 film by Kirk Jones
2005
Goodbye Christopher Robin
2017 film by Simon Curtis
2017
Choke
2008 film by Clark Gregg
2008
In the Electric Mist
2009 film by Bertrand Tavernier
2009
All the Invisible Children
2005 anthology film directed by Mehdi Charef, Emir Kusturica, Spike Lee, Kátia Lund, Jordan Scott & Ridley Scott, Stefano Veneruso and John Woo
2005
The Secret Garden
1993 film by Agnieszka Holland
1993
Puzzle
2018 American film directed by Marc Turtletaub
2018
Lassie
2005 film by Charles Sturridge
2005
The Decoy Bride
2011 film by Sheree Folkson
2011
A Cock and Bull Story
2006 film by Michael Winterbottom
2006
Some Voices
2000 film by Simon Cellan Jones
2000
Intermission
2003 film by John Crowley
2003
Tube Tales
1999
Splendor
1999 film by Gregg Araki
1999
The Merry Gentleman
2008 film by Michael Keaton
2008
Cousin Bette
1998 film by Des McAnuff
1998
My Life So Far
1999 film by Hugh Hudson
1999
Two Family House
2000 film by Raymond De Felitta
2000
Strictly Sinatra
2001 film by Peter Capaldi
2001
Stella Does Tricks
1996 film by Coky Giedroyc
1996
House!
2000
The Loss of Sexual Innocence
1999 film by Mike Figgis
1999
Entropy
1999 film directed by Phil Joanou, starring Stephen Dorff and featuring the Irish rock band U2
1999
The Journey Is the Destination
2016 film by Bronwen Hughes
2016