Kristin Scott Thomas:
Kristin Scott Thomas is a British actress. Her acting career started in the 1980s with the miniseries Mistral’s Daughter. She then made her first movie appearance in Under the Cherry Moon. In the ’90s, she became widely known for starring as Fiona in the British film Four Weddings and a Funeral. Her performance in the film The English Patient then earned her huge acclaim, earning an Oscar nomination for Best Actress. She next starred as Sarah Davies in Mission: Impossible. In the 2000s, she performed notably in the movies Gosford Park, Keeping Mum, The Golden Compass, I’ve Loved You So Long, and The Other Boleyn Girl. Most recently, she starred in the movies Darkest Hour and Tomb Raider.