Angourie was most recently seen in HBO limited series Mare of Easttown, opposite Kate Winslet. The series has been both critically praised and a global ratings sensation. She will next be seen in Senior Year alongside Rebel Wilson and reprising her role in the SpiderMan series for Marvel, in the latest installation SpiderMan: No Way Home.
2021 has also been a year of much acclaim for Angourie. Amidst widespread praise for her acting work, she was named as one of only 10 Actors from the international stage making it to Variety magazine’s coveted ‘Actors to Watch’ list, as well as their ‘Power of Young Hollywood list’. Past honorees have included many future Oscar winners and nominees, and these inclusions are a real honour and achievement for Angourie, recognising her exceptional talent.
Previous awards include an AACTA award for Best Lead Actress for her role in Bruce Beresford’s Ladies in Black, based on Madeleine St John’s 1993 best-selling Australian novel The Women in Black; and a number of nominations for Best Actress awards with the Film Critics Circle of Australia, WA Screen Awards and the Australian Film Critics Association.
Angourie made her Hollywood debut in The Nice Guys opposite Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe – from director Shane Black and producer Joel Silver – for which she received uniformly glowing reviews. Other credits include Black Mirror Season 5 on Netflix, Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled, alongside Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Kristen Dunst and Elle Fanning, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home, for Marvel Studios, the lead in Every Day, directed by Michael Sucsy (The Vow, Grey Gardens) and based on the novel by David Levithan; and the film adaptation of Jasper Jones, directed by Rachel Perkins. Prior to that, her debut feature film came with Zak Hilditch’s These Final Hours, which premiered in The Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival.
Angourie is a passionate advocate of reading and literacy and runs her own podcast, The Community Library. She has narrated a number of audiobooks, and also voiced the lead character in animated feature film Daisy Quokka: World’s Scariest Animal, alongside Sam Neill.
From a creative family, Angourie began her career in Perth, Western Australia with several short films and Australian television credits. She first came to industry attention at just eleven years old with her lead role in Zak Hilditch’s short Transmission, for which she won a Best Actress award at the St. Kilda Film Festival.
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