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Toni Collette
Toni Collette

Birth Name: Antonia Collette

Birth Date: November 1, 1972

Birth Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Height: 5' 6"


Toni Collette Biography

One of the most compelling actors of her generation, Toni Collette has enjoyed a career that can only be described as unpredictable. Moon-faced, cat-eyed, and possessing a presence that conveys both dignity and eccentricity, Collette had her breakthrough in P.J. Hogan's hit 1994 comedy Muriel's Wedding. As the film's title character, an overweight, ABBA-loving woman who is obsessed with getting married, the Australian actor earned both critical raves and audience recognition across the globe. She also earned plenty of opportunities to be typecast into similar roles -- particularly as she had gained over 40 pounds to play the part of Muriel -- but managed to skillfully avoid this by appearing in a variety of films that had nothing to do with ABBA, matrimony, or weight issues.

Born in Sydney, Australia, on November 1, 1972, Collette became interested in acting as a child. She made her stage debut at the age of 14 in a school production of Godspell, and went on to attend the National Institute of Dramatic Art. Quitting the prestigious school after less than two years in order to work with a talented stage director, she appeared in a number of plays and in 1991 made her screen debut in Spotswood, acting in the company of Anthony Hopkins and a then unheard-of Russell Crowe.

Three years later, Collette had her big break with Muriel's Wedding, a sleeper hit in both Australia and the U.S. Following the hoopla surrounding the film's success, the actor appeared in a number of small films, including the 1996 comedy Cosi and Clockwatchers (1997), a poignant office comedy that featured Collette, Lisa Kudrow, Parker Posey, and Alanna Ubach as dissatisfied temps.

Recognized by keen-eyed observers as Gwyneth Paltrow's shy friend Harriet in Douglas McGrath's 1996 adaptation of Emma, and as the Angie Bowie-esque wife of a glam rocker in Todd Haynes' much maligned Velvet Goldmined (1998), Collette found her biggest audience to date -- as well as some of her biggest raves -- in M. Night Shalyaman's The Sixth Sense (1999). Cast as the mother of a young boy (Haley Joel Osment) who sees dead people, Collette earned a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for her performance. Unfortunately, she followed the film with Shaft (2000), more or less wasting her talents in the role of a woman who the titular private dick has to save from the bad guys.

Collette's talents were put to greater use in the made-for-TV movie Dinner With Friends (2001), which cast her as a woman who breaks up with her husband (Greg Kinnear) after 12 years of marriage. The movie, which also starred Andie MacDowell and Dennis Quaid, won warm reviews, particularly for the strong ensemble work of its four principle actors. Collette's subsequent workload reflected her growing popularity; in addition to Stephen Daldry's The Hours (2001), which she starred in alongside a cast that included Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, and Ed Harris, she also appeared opposite Hugh Grant in the 2002 adaptation of author Nick Hornby's About a Boy.

Toni Collette Filmography

The Black Balloon (2007)
Evening (2007) .... Nina
Untitled Alan Ball Project (2007) .... Melina
Hey, Hey, It's Esther Blueburger (2007)
Tsunami: The Aftermath (2006) (TV) .... Kathy Graham
The Dead Girl (2006) .... Arden
Like Minds (2006) .... Sally Rowe
Little Miss Sunshine (2006) .... Sheryl
The Night Listener (2006) .... Donna D. Logand
In Her Shoes (2005) .... Rose Feller
The Last Shot (2004) .... Emily French
Connie and Carla (2004) .... Carla
Japanese Story (2003) .... Sandy Edwards
The Hours (2002) .... Kitty
Dirty Deeds (2002) .... Sharon
... aka Sacré boulot (Canada: French title)
About a Boy (2002) .... Fiona Brewer
... aka About a Boy oder: Der Tag der toten Ente (Germany)
... aka Pour un garçon (France)
Changing Lanes (2002) .... Michelle
Dinner with Friends (2001) (TV) .... Beth
The Magic Pudding (2000) (voice) .... Meg Bluegum
Hotel Splendide (2000) .... Kath
Shaft (2000) .... Diane Palmieri
... aka Shaft - Noch Fragen? (Germany)
The Sixth Sense (1999) .... Lynn Sear
8 ½ Women (1999) .... Griselda/Sister Concordia
Velvet Goldmine (1998) .... Mandy Slade
The Boys (1998) .... Michelle
Diana & Me (1997) .... Diana Spencer
The James Gang (1997) .... Julia Armstrong
Clockwatchers (1997) .... Iris Chapman
"Frontline" .... Toni Collette (1 episode, 1997)
... aka Behind the Frontline
... aka Breaking News (USA)
Emma (1996) .... Harriet Smith
The Pallbearer (1996) .... Cynthia
Cosi (1996) .... Julie
Lilian's Story (1995) .... Young Lilian Singer
Muriel's Wedding (1994) .... Muriel Heslop/Mariel Heslop-Van Arckle
... aka Muriel (France)
This Marching Girl Thing (1994) .... Cindy
The Princess and the Cobbler (1993) (voice) .... Nurse/Witch (Miramax version)
... aka Arabian Knight (USA: recut version)
... aka The Thief and the Cobbler (USA: video title)
Spotswood (1992) .... Wendy Robinson
... aka The Efficiency Expert (USA)

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