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.