Introduction – Rose Byrne is one of the most promising Hollywood actresses, known for movies like Bridesmaids, The Goddess of 1967, Troy, X-men: Apocalypse and many more. The award winning Australian actress is also known as ‘Mary Rose Byrne’.
Birth and Family –Born in Balmain, Sydney, Australia, on july 24, 1979 in a family of six including her. Her mother Jane was an administrator in a primary school while father Robin was a statistician and market researcher. She was the youngest child of her parents.
Siblings – She was the youngest child of four children of her parents. Her older brother was George Byrne , and her two older sisters are Alice Byrne and Lucy Byrne.
Education – Byrne did her schooling from ‘Balmain Public School’ and ‘Hunters Hill High School’ and completed her higher studies from ‘Bradfield College’. She started taking acting classes from the young age of eight. In 1999, she studied acting in the ‘Atlantic Theater Company.’
Nationality, sun sign and sexuality – The Nationality of Rose Byrne is Australian. Her sun sign is Leo. Her sexual orientation is straight.
Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color – Byrne’s height is 5’6” (168 cm), eye color is brown and hair color is usually dark brown.
Religion and ethnicity- Byrne once told in an interview that she’s an Agnostic. She belongs to mixed ethnicity (Irish, Scottish).
Nickname, Age and weight – Her nicknames are Rosie and Chabs. She’s presently 40 year old and her weight is 51 kg or 112.5 pounds.
Measurements, dress size and shoe size – Her body measurements are 32-23-33 inches or 81-58.5-84 cm. Her dress size is (0-2) US and shoe size is 8 (US) or 38.5 (EU) or 5.5 (UK).
Husband – Bobby Cannavale (2012 to present): Rose Byrne met American actor Bobby Cannavale in 2012 and since then they have been dating each other. Although they are not married officially but they call each other as husband and wife. American actor and two time Emmy winner Bobby confirmed his relationship with Rose during the speech in ‘Emmy Awards’ (2013) while receiving an award for “Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series” category.
Children / son – Rose and Bobby also share two childrens / son together named Rafael aka Rafa Cannavale (2 year old) and Rocco Cannava (4 year old).
Her favorites –
●Actor : Jack Nicholson
●Actresses: Cate Blanchett, Glenn Close, Judy Davis, Juliette Binoche, Susan Sarandon, Toni Collette
●Singers: Bob Marley, Elvis Presley, Fleet Foxes, Fleetwood Mac, Pat Benatar, Ryan Adams
●Perfume: Marc Jacobs
●Books: Monkey Grip (Helen Garner), The Diary of Anaïs Nin, 1931-1934 (Anaïs Nin), Cloudstreet (Tim Winton), Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant (Anne Tyler), The Fatal Shore (Robert Hughes), The Immortal life of Henrietta Lacks (Rebecca Skloot), Wide Sargasso Sea ( Jean Rhys), Are You There God? It’s me Margaret (Judy Blume), The Awakening (Kate Chopin), What we talk about when we talk about love (Raymond Carver).
●Brands: Aldo and Zara
●Designers: Christian Cota and Valentin
●Television show: Mad Men
First Movie – ‘Dallas doll’ (1994) was her first movie in which she appeared at the age of 15.
First Television show –Her first Television show or soap opera was an Australian TV show ‘Echo Point’ (1995) in which she played the role of Belinda O’Connor.
Awards and Achievements-Bryne is known as one of most promising actresses of Hollywood for a reason. She has won several awards. Some of them are:
●‘The ‘Venice Film Festival Award’ for her role in the film ‘The Goddess of 1967’ in 2000.
● The ‘AFI International Award’ for ‘Best Actress’ for her role in the TV show ‘Damages’ in 2007.
●‘Utah Film Critics’ Society Award’ for ‘Best Supporting Actress’ for her role in the film ‘Spy’ in 2015.
Rose Byrne was also named in the list of ‘Most beautiful People of 2007’ in ‘Who’ magazine.
Net Worth- Rose Byrne’s net worth is approximately 16 billion dollars. (Source-www.celebritynetworth.com)
A woman who achieved heights without anybody’s permission
There is a saying that success is often not a matter of talent, but a matter of tenacity. Success is not always about greatness. It is about consistency. Consistent hard work and passion lead to success, which follows the path of great achievements. If you happen to you use the word passion and success together in a sentence, you cannot complete it without mentioning Rose Byrne. Rose is a woman of not only heart and skills but also talent and awards. She has received various awards and appreciation for her remarkable performances. Rose’s awards are not the only fruit of her hard work, but also they inspire us to be unstoppable.
Rose has won AACTA awards for the ‘Best Leading Actress’ in 2014 for her movie The Turning. In the same year, she received the AFCA Award for ‘The Best Supporting Actress’ for the very same movie. Seems like The Turning was actually a turning point for our queen! Not to forget, she also received the FCCA award for this movie.
The very next year (2015), AACTA again honored her with ‘The Trailblazer Award’ for her remarkable performances throughout. In the same year, CinemaCon also honored her as ‘Female star of the year’
In 2007, the Australian Film Institute rewarded her with an award of ‘The Best Actress’ for her movie Damages. Not only awards, but she has also been globally praised for her work in this project. Rose was last nominated for the same category by AFI in 2003 for her work in The Rage in Placid Lake. A long wait to receive the award but worth it!
Rose is a fav amongst youth and her award from MTV ‘Best WTF Moment’ for her movie The Neighbours (2015) is a clear indication of that. Not only this, but she also won ‘The Best Gut-Wrenching Performance’ for her movie The Bridesmaid way before in 2011.
She also received an award from the Utah Film Critics Association Awards for ‘The Best Supporting Actress’ for her movie Spy in 2015. She was also nominated by the GAFCA in the same award category and for the same movie.
She also received a Volpi Cup at the Venice Film Festival for ‘The Best Actress’ for her movie The Goddess of 1967.
To show the haters how talented she is, she won ‘Face of the Future’ awards by the Women in Film Crystal Awards.
Rose has also been nominated twice (2008 and 2010) for Golden Globes for ‘The Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television’ for her work in Damages.
She has also been nominated twice (2009 and 2010) by the Primetime Emmy Awards for ‘Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series’ for the very same series. Damages also got her a nomination in the Australian Film Institute for ‘The Best Actress’.
She has also been nominated for a Critics Choice Award by the Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards for ‘Best Actress in a Comedy Movie’ for her movie The Neighbor in 2014.
The Goldy Derby Awards nominated her for ‘The Best Ensemble’ for her movie Bridesmaid in 2011, along with the entire team. She was also nominated for ‘The Breakthrough Performance of the year’ and ‘Best Drama Series Actress’ for her series Damages.
Rose was nominated by INOCA and The Halfway Award for ‘The Best Supporting Actress’ for her work in Spy.
She has also been nominated by MTV in vivid categories such as ‘The Best Kiss’, ‘Best Scared-As-S**t Performance’, and ‘The Best Comedic Performance’ for her work in Insidious 2 and Neighbours. Indeed our rose is brilliantly colorful!
She has been nominated twice by OFTA in ‘The Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series’ category for her work in Damages in the years 2009 and 2010.
The youth icon also got nominated for the Teen Choice Awards for ‘Choice Movie: Villian’ for her movie Spy. Getting a nomination from the Scream Awards in ‘The Best Horror Actress’ category for her movie Insidious was indeed very different but expected.
Rose has been exploring the different genres and never limited herself to one. Rose lives by the mantra of loving and living whatever she does, and her awards and nominations speak for her.
Success is no accident, It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrificing, and most importantly, love of your art and what you are doing.
Australian actress Rose Byrne was born and raised in Balmain, suburb of Sydney, New South Wales. Her real name is Mary Rose Byrne. She was born on 24 July 1979. She made her screen debut from an Australian movie called ‘Dallas doll’ at the age of 15. During the 1990’s, She appeared in various Australian TV Shows or Soap Operas like Heartbreak high (1994), Echo point (1995), and Wildside (1997).
The Australian born actress Rose Bryne worked as guest appearance in TV show Heartbreak high in 1994.
After that, she worked in an Australian soap opera Echo point(1995) produced by Southern Star Group for network Ten in which she played the role of Belinda O’Connor very efficiently. The story of the series revolves around the several families and teenagers of a beautiful coastal community and the people whose lives are connected with each other like a tapestry where revealing secrets of one’s life can unravel the secrets of another person. The long unsolved local murder case mystery gained the audience’s interest in the series. If we sum up everything, the aussie drama Echo point is all about beautiful faces, passion, romance, lies, dark secrets, mysteries, and intrigue.
In 1997, Byrne’s excellent performance as Heidi Benson in a police procedural television series Wildside caught everyone’s attention. Wildside was created by Michael Jenkins and Ben Gannon and broadcasted by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation during that time. The series won many awards like Most Outstanding Miniseries or Movie Made for Television, Best Mini-Series or Telefeature etc.
Talking about her other TV shows, she appeared in a British television comedy drama serial Casanova in 2005. In 3-episode Casanova series, Byrne played a role of young kitchen maid, Edith, who works in the same castle in which the narrator or main character (Giacomo Casanova) of the serial works. In this serial, 70 year old Casanova narrates his life story to Edith (Rose byrne) and In the end she was the one who let Casanova know that the love of his life is coming to meet him, which indeed meant death. Her character in Casanova was small yet very effective because her character brought a positive or happy ending to the story through her dialogues.
After Casanova, she worked in a 5-season legal thriller American series Damages created by Daniel Zelman, Glenn Kessler, and Todd A. Kessler in 2007. She played the role of a young and highly committed lawyer Ellen parsons. Her character and acting was perfect. The series earned four nominations at the 65th Golden Globe Awards, including Rose Byrne for her supporting role. Damages also won four Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe, a Casting Society of America Award, and a Satellite Award which was a great achievement for the whole team of damages series.
In 2016, Byrne again appeared in a Australian comedy tv series No Activity(Season 2) as Elizabeth,written and directed by Trent O’Donnell. This comedy series lets Byrne show her comedic acting talent since the actress is already into comedy characters like the one she played in her famous classic movie Bridesmaid in 2011. She has done the adorable job in this series too for which she was appreciated well by her fans.
In 2020, she again appeared in an American drama television mini series Mrs. America created by Dahvi Waller about the political movement to pass the Equal Rights Amendment. Rose byrne played the role of Gloria Steinem, a feminist activist is one of the main characters of the show. The first three episodes of Mrs. America premiered on Hulu under the FX on Hulu label on April 15, 2020. In India, the series started streaming on Hulu and Disney+ Hotstar on April 16, 2020. The show is immensely loved and supported by the tv show fans.The mini series holds an approval rating of 95% based on 81 reviews, with an average rating of 8.26/10 on rotten tomatoes. Rose Byrne as Gloria Steinem was loved and appreciated by the audience for her outstanding performance in the mini series.
Valentine’s day may be very far away, but Rose Byrne is already our betrothed. Just when we think that this is the best we can have of her, she never fails to mesmerize us with her talent, beauty, and charm. Rose is an epitome of confidence and boldness, which inspires women all around the world to take a step ahead in doing what they love. You may be knowing how brilliant of an actress she is or what she wore at last award night she attended, but here are twenty facts which even you will be surprised to know.
#1 Rose Byrne is Australian. She was born in Balmain, Sydney, New South Wales.
#2 For her brilliant performance in 2018, Vanity Fair dubbed her as a comic superstar flying under the radar.
#3Rose has her birthday on July 24, 1979, meaning she is 40 years old right now.
#4 In an interview with BlackBook, Rose has said that she believes human existence came from a series of chemical accidents and that she probably thinks this way because she was brought up without religion. “My mum is [atheist]. I’d say my dad was agnostic”, she said.
#5 Rose lives in Brooklyn, New York with actor Bobby Cannavale and their sons. She has two sons.
#6 Rose has won the 2007 AFI International Award for Best Actress and the 2010 IGN Summer Movie Award for Best Actress for her work in Damages. Along with the rest of the Bridesmaids cast, she took home the award for Best Cast at the 2012 New York Film Critics Online Awards and the Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award.
#7 She is a feminist by heart. In an interview with The Times, she said, “I think of myself as a feminist. Most of what we currently know and think about gender originated in mythology, so it’s a myth that men have an inherent right to be in power”.
#8 Byrne may look extremely fashionable on award nights, but usually, her style can be described as minimalist chic. Usually, she can be spotted dressed down in jeans, but when she glams up she really brings her A-game too.
#9 Byrne is known for signature brown hair, often styled in a bob with curls or waves. Recently, however, the Golden Globes-nominated actress swapped her brunette locks for a blonde ‘do, but our beloved rose is actually a brunette!
#10 Rose loves to play and be open about herself, in one of the shows of Ellen she showed off her American accent in 2015 and played a hilarious game of Guesstures in her 2017 appearance.
#11 According to Celebrity Net Worth, Rose’s net worth is $USD16 million ($AUD23.5 million).
#12 She is an ally and advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. In 2016, Bob shared a photo of Rose in a “Say I Do Down Under” shirt with a caption that reads #sayidoitdownunder my lady wants you to know she’s in favor of her home country joining the rest of the enlightened world in giving people the right to choose whomever they want to marry”.
#13 Rose’s weight is about 53 kilos and 1.3m tall. Rose has maintained her figure even after giving birth. When asked about her diet and workout plan, she told InStyle that she simply walks around New York a lot! It seems like Rose is one of the lucky few who don’t have to deal with weight gain and weight loss so much.
#14 Australian actor, director, and writer Brendan Cowell (Game of Thrones, Ruben Guthrie) was Byrne’s boyfriend for six years. Cowell even moved to New York after Byrne’s career started taking off! The couple called it quits in 2010.
#15 Rose strongly condemns beauty standards set by the industry. She once quoted “Here in LA, the standard of beauty is kind of ridiculous. I want to be doing this when I’m in my fifties and sixties and this isn’t what I’m going to look like.”
#16 Rose may look bold, but deep down she is extremely sensitive about her career as an actress. She once said, “I think all this insecurity is partly because as an actor, you are told when you can practice your craft…you get rejected on a daily basis, purely for who you are…my heart breaks every time I don’t get a part.”
#17 At 18, Byrne left her native Australia to come to Hollywood after winning a role in Star Wars Episode II. Also, she admitted that about 90 percent of her fan mail is still about Star Wars.
#18 She can sing! She showed her talent for singing in her first comedy, Get Him to The Greek, where she plays pop star Jackie Q.
#19 Byrne has supported UNICEF Australia by being the face of the 2007 Designers United campaign and a member of Tropfest jury in 2006 and Tropfest@Tribeca in 2007.
#20 Last but not least! Her nickname is Chabs, Rosie.
The only set of quotes you would like to add to your conversation Ft. Rose Byrne
You do not often see women being fierce, fury, and fearless. But if you talk about one, Rose Byrne has to top the list. She lives by making her life masterpiece and sets no limitations for herself. Rose is the woman with infinite heartbeats and makes every one of them count on her talent, skills, and opinions. She knows how self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings. There are so many amazing things about her! After all, we can’t blame gravity for making us fall in love. We are already a fan of this glowstick’s talent, but her quotes will make you fan of her opinions too. So here are ten quotes you would love to quote in your next conversation.
In this time of self-doubting and tech-savvy age of digital platforms, we often underestimate ourselves. Rose has captured that essence very well and quoted this on how we should always love ourselves.
In the quote above, we get a sneak-peak of how Rose has been creative all her life. How well she involves herself in whatever task she has given that she makes it part of her life. She beautifully addresses how there is no time, moment, or place of learning.
After reading the quote above, we can clearly state that Rose was never comfortable in her comfort zone. She not only wanted to think but jump out of the box to explore the whole new world of opportunities.
Talking about comfort, Rose is also very open about her uncomfortable side.
As fearless she is, We know that Rose is a true blue feminist. She not only advocates for women and their well being but also actively advocates for the LGBTQ+ community.
Talking about feminist, Rose strongly believes in supporting and uplifting other women. After all, you are strong when we all become strong!
She is a woman of her words, and she has clearly shown that in her work. She has not revolutionized female characters, but also have given them presence on-screen.
Just another quote telling us how she is down to earth, even after gaining so much of stardom. No wonder she rules our hearts!
We feel you, Rose.
No wonder our queen is so brilliant! After all, she rightly said that how the cinema industry is not only biased but also merciless.
“You understand why feminists are furious, we’re still talking about this?” Does this line ring a bell about a beautiful and unstoppable lady? Yes, we’re talking about none other than Rose Byrne. The Sunshine star is known for her irresistible beauty and talent. With her decision of taking up offbeat roles, Byrne’s emergence has revolutionized the prospects of acting. In the times when women were more into glamorous roles, she shattered glass by taking up comic roles and stunned the audience with her performances in movies like Bridesmaids and Neighbors. She was also critically acclaimed for her movie Spy (2015) where she played the role of a terrorist. Though she is known for her comic roles, she didn’t start out doing comedy. Before her breakthrough, Rose played several small roles in big films like Marie Antoinette, Wicker Park, Troy, and The Dead Girl. From horror films to romantic comedies to serious dramas, there’s nothing this talented actress can’t do.
Our favorite Rosie – Rosa – Rose Byrne was born as Mary Rose Byrne in Balmain, a suburb of Sydney. She is of Irish and Scottish descent and has three siblings. According to a statement given by her, her mother is an atheist, but she and her father are agnostic.
Every big break comes after a lot of rejections and things were no different for Rose. Byrne once expressed in an interview how growing up, she faced plenty of rejections from film schools. But little did she know that she had a long way to go. She seized her first role for Dallas‘ Doll just at the age of 15! Amazing! Right? Byrne has explored a lot of genres that brushed her as actress par excellence. Well because according to her, you have to be aggressive in this (Cinema) business, you cannot be ‘Boxed’. From the movies like Echo Point, Two Hands, and Three Sisters to the movies like Star Wars, Sunshine, and 28 Weeks Later, Byrne gave remarkable performances and tasted success in each one of them. Not only Cinema and Theatre, but Byrne also made her mark in television too. She was nominated twice for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding supporting actress in drama series in 2009 and 2010. She played her role in all fifty-nine episodes of the series Damages until its finale in September 2012 for which she also won two Golden Globes! Her turn to comedy led to The Hollywood Reporter calling her “the most in-demand supporting actress for comedies”
Just when we thought she could not amaze us more, let us tell you that she is considered as one of the most beautiful women around the world. She ranked 9th and 15th in Australian FHM “Sexiest Women in the World” in 2001 and 2006 respectively. She has been featured several times in “The Annual Independent Critics List of the 100 Most Beautiful Famous Faces From Around the World”. Quite a Men’s favorite, Bryne has been ranked 78th on AskMen’s Top 99 ‘Most Desirable Women’ in 2012. She was also featured in the “Most Beautiful People” list of 2007 in Who Magazine and People ranked her 7th in their list of ‘Best Dressed Celebrities’ in 2015.
We know she is a stunner on-screen, but do you know that she is as stunning off-screen as well? Byrne has been supporting UNICEF Australia by being the face of the 2007 Designers United campaign and a member of Tropfest jury in 2006 and Tropfest at Tribeca in 2007. Rose Byrne has supported the Motion Picture and Television fund foundation for Creative Arts. Not only this but she also once attended the Ads-Up event to support refugees who cannot go back to their country. No wonder she is a people’s person. She also openly advocates for the LGTBQ+ community. In 2016, her husband Bobby shared a photo of Rose in a “Say I do down Under” shirt with an Australian Map which clearly shows that she stands up for country and countrymen. Speaking of her husband, She and Bobby Cannavale have been together since 2012 and birthed two children named Rocco and Rafa, aged two and three respectively. Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale are a power pairing of talent. They do projects together again and again and again, though they don’t do press as a couple. In the seven years they’ve been a couple, they’ve worked together five times and are about to make it two more.
Rose Byrne has been often described as minimalistic. With her charming smile and talent, she has locked our hearts with her. Be it her fashion sense or her character, she has always been fierce and fun!
Directed By – Will Gluck Written By – Patrick Burleigh and Will Gluck Cast – Domhnall Gleeson, Rose Byrne, David Oyelowo, Elizabeth Debicki, Margot Robbie, James Corden Year of Release – 2021 Genres – Family, Comedy, Action, Adventure
Directed By – Jon Stewart Written By – Jon Stewart Cast – Steve Carell,Chris Cooper,Mackenzie Davis,Topher Grace,Natasha Lyonne,Rose Byrne Year of Release – 2020 Genres – Drama, Comedy, Political cinema
Like a Boss
Directed By – Miguel Arteta Written By – Sam Pitman, Adam Cole-Kelly Cast – Tiffany Haddish, Rose Byrne, Jennifer Coolidge, Billy Porter, Salma Hayek Year of Release – 2020 Genres – Comedy
Directed By – Jon Lucas, Scott Moore Written By – Jon Lucas, Scott Moore Cast – Adam DeVine, Alexandra Shipp, Michael Peña, Rose Byrne Year of Release – 2019 Genres – Comedy , Romance
I am Mother
Directed By – Grant Sputore Written By – Michael Lloyd Green Cast – Clara Rugaard, Rose Byrne, Hilary Swank Year of Release – 2019 Genres – Science, Fiction. Thriller
Directed By – Sean Anders Written By – Sean Anders, John Morris Cast – Mark Wahlberg, Rose Byrne, Isabela Moner, Tig Notaro, Margo Martindale, Julie Hagerty, Octavia Spence Year of Release – 2018 Genres – Comedy, Drama
Directed By – Will Gluck Written By – Rob Lieber, Will Gluck Cast – James Corden, Margot Robbie, Rose Byrne, Domhnall Gleeson, Sam Neill, Daisy Ridley, Elizabeth Debicki Year of Release – 2018 Genres – Computer Animated Comedy , Live Action
Directed By – Jesse Peretz Written By – Tamara Jenkins, Jim Taylor, Evgenia Peretz Cast – Rose Byrne, Ethan Hawke, Chris O’Dowd Year of Release – 2018 Genres – Romance, Comedy
Insidious: The Last Key
Directed By – Adam Robitel Written By – Leigh Whannell Cast – Lin Shaye, Angus Sampson, Leigh Whannell, Spencer Locke, Caitlin Gerard, Bruce Davison, Rose Byrne Year of Release – 2018 Genres – Horror/ Thriller
Martha the Monster
Directed By – Christopher Weekes Written By – Christopher Weekes Cast – Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale, Krew Boylan Year of Release – 2017 Genres – Short, Drama, Romance
I Love You, Daddy
Directed By – Louis C K Written By – Louis C K Cast – Louis C.K., Chloë Grace Moretz, Pamela Adlon, John Malkovich, Rose Byrne, Charlie Day, Edie Falco, Helen Hunt Year of Release – 2017 Genres – Comedy, Drama
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
Directed By – George C. Wolfe Written By – Peter Landesman, Alexander Woo, George C. Wolfe Cast – Oprah Winfrey, Rose Byrne, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Courtney B. Vance, Reg E. Cathey, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Leslie Uggams Year of Release – 2017 Genres – Drama, History
X-Men : Apocalypse
Directed By – Bryan Singer Written By – Simon Kinberg Cast – James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Oscar Isaac, Nicholas Hoult, Rose Byrne, Tye Sheridan, Sophie Turner, Olivia Munn, Lucas Till Year of Release – 2016 Genres – Action, Science, Fiction
Neighbours 2: Sorority Rising
Directed By – Nicholas Stoller
Written By – Andrew Jay Cohen, Brendan O’Brien, Nicholas Stoller, Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen Cast – Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, Rose Byrne, Chloë Grace Moretz, Dave Franco, Ike Barinholtz Year of Release – 2016 Genres – Comedy
Directed By – Lorene Scafaria Written By – Lorene Scafaria Cast – Susan Sarandon, Rose Byrne, J. K. Simmons, Cecily Strong, Jerrod Carmichael, Jason Ritter, Billy Magnussen, Lucy Punch, Sarah Baker, Amy Landecker, Casey Wilson, Harry Hamlin, Laura San Giacomo, Michael McKean Year of Release – 2015 Genres – Comedy, Drama
Directed By – Shaun Monson Written By – Shaun Monson Cast – Various narrators are there Year of Release – 2015 Genres – Educational, Documentary
Directed By – Paul Feig Written By – Paul Feig Cast – Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham, Rose Byrne, Miranda Hart, Bobby Cannavale, Allison Janney, Jude Law Year of Release – 2015 Genres – Comedy, Action
Directed By – Will Gluck Written By – Will Gluck, Aline Brosh McKenna Cast – Jamie Foxx, Quvenzhané Wallis, Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale, Cameron Diaz, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, David Zayas Year of Release – 2014 Genres – Musical, Family, Comedy
Directed By – Ross Katz Written By – Jeff Cox, Liz Flahive Cast – Nick Kroll, Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale Year of Release – 2014 Genres – Comedy, Drama
This Is Where I Leave You
Directed By – Shawn Levy Written By – JonathanTropper Cast – Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Adam Driver, Rose Byrne, Corey Stoll, Kathryn Hahn, Connie Britton, Timothy Olyphant, Dax Shepard, Debra Monk, Jane Fonda Year of Release – 2014 Genres – Comedy, Drama
Directed By – Nicholas Stoller Written By – Andrew J. Cohen, Brendan O’Brien Cast – Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, Rose Byrne, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Dave Franco Year of Release – 2014 Genres – Comedy
Insidious : Chapter 2
Directed By – James Wan Written By – Leigh Whannell Cast – Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lin Shaye, Ty Simpkins, Barbara Hershey Year of Release – 2013 Genres – Horror, Thriller
Directed By – The Turning Ensemble Written By – The Turning Ensemble Cast – Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne, Hugo Weaving, Miranda Otto Year of Release – 2013 Genres – Drama
Directed By – Shawn Levy Written By – Vince Vaughn, Jared Stern Cast – Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Rose Byrne, Max Minghella Year of Release – 2013 Genres – Comedy
I Give it a Year
Directed By – Dan Mazer Written By – Dan Mazer Cast – Rose Byrne, Rafe Spall, Anna Faris, Simon Baker, Stephen Merchant, Minnie Driver, Jason Flemyng, Olivia Colman Year of Release – 2013 Genres – Comedy, Romance
The Place Beyond the Pines
Directed By – Derek Cianfrance Written By – Derek Cianfrance, Ben Coccio, Darius Marder Cast – Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes, Emory Cohen, Dane Dehaan, Ray Liotta, Ben Mendelsohn, Rose Byrne, Mahershala Ali, Bruce Greenwood, Harris Yulin Year of Release – 2012 Genres – Crime
X-Men : First Class
Directed By – Matthew Vaughn Written By – Ashley Edward Miller, Zack Stentz, Jane Goldman, Matthew Vaughn Cast – James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Rose Byrne, January Jones, Oliver Platt, Kevin Bacon Year of Release – 2011 Genres – Science, Fiction, Action
Directed By – Paul Feig Written By – Annie Mumolo, Kristen Wiig Cast – Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Rose Byrne, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Ellie Kemper, Melissa McCarthy, Chris O’Dowd Year of Release – 2011 Genres – Comedy, Romance
Directed By – James Wan Written By – Leigh Whannell Cast – Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Barbara Hershey Year of Release – 2010 Genres – Horror, Thriller
Get Him to the Greek
Directed By – Nicholas Stoller Written By – Nicholas Stoller Cast – Jonah Hill, Russell Brand, Elisabeth Moss, Rose Byrne, Colm Meaney, Sean Combs Year of Release – 2010 Genres – Comedy, Music
I Love You Too
Directed By – Daina Reid Written By – Peter Helliar Cast – Brendan Cowell, Peter Dinklage, Yvonne Strahovski, Peter Helliar, Megan Gale, Rose Byrne Year of Release – 2010 Genres – Comedy
Directed By – Alex Proyas Written By – Ryne Douglas Pearson, Juliet Snowden, Stiles White Cast – Nicolas Cage, Rose Byrne, Chandler Canterbury Year of Release – 2009 Genres – Science, Fiction, Thriller
Directed By – Max Mayer Written By – Max Mayer Cast – Hugh Dancy, Rose Byrne, Frankie Faison, Mark Linn-Baker, Amy Irving, Peter Gallagher Year of Release – 2009 Genres – Romance, Drama
The Tender Hook
Directed By – Jonathan Ogilvie Written By – Jonathan Ogilvie Cast – Hugo Weaving, Rose Byrne, Matt Le Nevez, Pia Miranda, Luke Carroll, John Batchelor, Tyler Coppin Year of Release – 2008 Genres – Drama, Historical Drama
Directed By – Chaz Thorne Written By – Chaz Thorne Cast – Jay Baruchel, Rose Byrne, Graham Greene, Nigel Bennett Year of Release – 2007 Genres – Comedy
28 Weeks Later
Directed By – Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Written By – Rowan Joffé, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, E. L. Lavigne, Jesus Olmo Cast – Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne, Jeremy Renner, Harold Perrineau, Catherine McCormack, Mackintosh Muggleton, Imogen Poots, Idris Elba Year of Release – 2007 Genres – Horror
Directed By – Danny Boyle Written By – Alex Garland Cast – Cillian Murphy, Rose Byrne, Cliff Curtis, Chris Evans, Troy Garity, Hiroyuki Sanada, Benedict Wong, Michelle Yeoh Year of Release – 2007 Genres – Science, Fiction, Thriller
The Dead Girl
Directed By – Karen Moncrieff Written By – Karen Moncrieff Cast – Toni Collette, Brittany Murphy, Rose Byrne, Marcia Gay Harden, Mary Beth Hurt, Kerry Washington Year of Release – 2006 Genres – Mystery, Thriller
Directed By – Sofia Coppola Written By – Sofia Coppola Cast – Kirsten Dunst, Jason Schwartzman, Judy Davis, Rip Torn, Rose Byrne, Asia Argento, Molly Shannon, Shirley Henderson, Danny Huston, Steve Coogan Year of Release – 2006 Genres – Drama, History
Directed By – Danny Green Written By – David Diamond, Danny Green (adaptation), Bernard Malamud (novel) Cast – Snoop Dogg, Dylan McDermott, Rose Byrne Year of Release – 2005 Genres – Drama
Directed By – Paul McGuigan Written By – Brandon Boyce Cast – Josh Hartnett, Rose Byrne, Matthew Lillard, Diane Kruger Year of Release – 2004 Genres – Thriller, Romance
Directed By – Wolfgang Petersen Written By – David Benioff Cast – Brad Pitt, Eric Bana, Orlando Bloom, Diane Kruger, Brian Cox, Sean Bean, Brendan Gleeson, Peter O’Toole, Rose Byrne Year of Release – 2004 Genres – War, Action
Directed By – Marc Gracie Written By – Dave O’Neil, Mark O’Toole Cast – Vince Colosimo, Stephen Curry, Rose Byrne, John Howard, Nathan Phillips Year of Release – 2003 Genres – Comedy
The Rage in Placid Lake
Directed By – Tony McNamara Written By – Tony McNamara Cast – Ben Lee, Rose Byrne, Miranda Richardson, Garry McDonald Year of Release – 2003 Genres – Comedy
I Capture the Castle
Directed By – Tim Fywell Written By – Heidi Thomas Cast – Romola Garai, Rose Byrne, Bill Nighy, Henry Thomas, Marc Blucas, Tara Fitzgerald, Henry Cavill, Joe Sowerbutts Year of Release – 2003 Genres – Drama, Romance
City of Ghosts
Directed By – Matt Dillon Written By – Matt Dillon, Barry Gifford, Mike Jones Cast – Matt Dillon, James Caan, Stellan Skarsgård, Natascha McElhone, Gérard Depardieu Year of Release – 2002 Genres – Drama, Thriller
Star Wars: Episode II-Attack of the Clones
Directed By – George Lucas Written By – George Lucas, Jonathan Hales Cast – Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, Hayden Christensen, Ian McDiarmid, Samuel L. Jackson, Christopher Lee, Anthony Daniels, Kenny Baker, Rose Byrne, Frank Oz Year of Release – 2002 Genres – Action, Science, Fiction
The Goddess of 1967
Directed By – Clara Law Written By – Clara Law, Fang Ling-cheng Cast – Rose Byrne, Rikiya Kurokawa Year of Release – 2000 Genres – Drama, Romance
My Mother Frank
Directed By – Mark Lamprell Written By – Mark Lamprell Cast – Sam Neill, Sinéad Cusack, Celia Ireland, Rose Byrne Year of Release – 2000 Genres – Comedy
Directed By – Gregor Jordan Written By – Gregor Jordan Cast – Heath Ledger, Bryan Brow, David Field, Tom Long, Steve Vidler, Dale Kalnins, Kiri Paramore, William Drury, Mathew Wilkinson, Rose Byrne, Mariel McClorey Year of Release – 1999 Genres – Action, Comedy, Drama, Crime Fiction
Directed By – Ann Turner Written By – Ann Turner Cast – Sandra Bernhard, Victoria Longley, Frank Gallacher, Jake Blundell, Rose Byrne, Jonnie Leahy, Douglas Hedge, Melissa Thomas, Elaine Lee, Walter Sullivan, Willian Usic, Alethea McGrath, Roy Billing, John Frawley, Ken Senga, Kuni Hashimoto, Denis MacKay, Laura Bentley, Sally Cahill, Hannah O’Brien, John Hinde, Roseann McDonald, Eva Di Cesare, Margie McCrae, Philips Adams, Margaret Throsby, Robert Lee, Luke Carroll, Alan Campbell, David Ngoombujarra, Bob Lovett, Yukari Tanimura, Yumiko Iwanaga, Celia Ireland, Claire Gow, Joan Baker, Tanya McMillan, Mary Lindsay Year of Release – 1994 Genres – Comedy, Drama