Mary Nighy Biography
Mary Nighy is an English actress and filmmaker. Foster Films’ director is Bill Nighy. She has directed two short films, Lulu and Player, the latter of which was written by Sam Hodges and premiered at the 2008 Miami Short Film Festival.
Mary Nighy Age
She is 38 years old as of July 2022. Nighy was born Mary Bing Jamie Alfreda Leonara Quick Kit Nighy on July 17, 1984, in London, England.
Mary Nighy Family – Mother
Nighy was born on July 17, 1984, in London, England to veteran actors Bill Nighy and Diana Quick.
Mary Nighy Career
He soon began acting in school plays and even directed her first film when she was 11 years old. In 2003, she made her film debut as the Young Mary in ‘The Lost Prince,’ alongside her father Bill Nighy. In 2004, she appeared as Fern in an episode of ‘Rosemary & Thyme,’ and in 2005, she played Hidalla in the drama mystery film ‘The Fine Art of Love: Mine Ha-Ha.’ Her biggest acting break came in 2006, when she was cast as Princesse de Lamballe in Sofia Coppola’s drama ‘Marie Antoniette.’ She co-starred in the critically acclaimed film with Kirsten Dunst and Jason Schwartzman. Mary made a guest appearance in the ‘Marple’ series before directing her own short film, ‘Player,’ in 2008.
Mary has been active behind the scenes and has ventured into theatre direction. In 2012, she directed ‘Shallow Slumber,’ a play starring Alexandra Gilbreath and Amy Cudden, which premiered at London’s Soho Theatre. Her next project as a director was the adaptation of ‘A Miracle,’ a Royal Court play by Molly Davies. She was the creative force behind campaigns for Vogue, City of London, Karen Millen, and River Island. She directed the film “Handprint” for Livia Firth and the British Fashion Council in 2014. The film focused on the lives of garment workers and encouraged viewers to consider the sweat and toil that goes into their clothing.
Mary Nighy’s Net Worth
Mary Nighy Films
- Tormented (2009)
- Marple: at Bertram’s Hotel (2007, TV movie)
- Gallathea (2007, staged reading)
- Marie-Antoinette (2006)
- The Fine Art of Love: Mine Ha-Ha (2005)
- Spooks (2004) (TV series)
- Rosemary & Thyme (2004, TV series)
- The Lost Prince (2003, TV)
- Invitation to the Waltz (2001)
- The Young Ambassadors (1998)