Jennifer Connelly’s Age, Height, Instagram; All You Need To Know

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Jennifer Connelly has established herself as a talented and versatile actress, earning critical acclaim and a loyal fan base. With her beauty, talent, and philanthropic efforts, she continues to make a significant impact in the entertainment industry and beyond.

Jennifer Connelly’s Biography

Jennifer Lynn Connelly was born in Cairo, New York, on December 12, 1970. Her parents, Ilene and Gerard Karl Connelly, raised her in Brooklyn Heights, where she attended Saint Ann’s, a private school specialising in the arts.

She eventually switched to Stanford University to pursue a degree in drama.

Connelly began her career as a child model but quickly transitioned to acting. She made her acting debut in the 1984 crime thriller “Once Upon a Time in America” and went on to star in films such as “Phenomena” (1985), “Labyrinth” (1986), “Career Opportunities” (1991), and “The Rocketeer” (1991).

Connelly won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2002 for her work as Alicia Nash in Ron Howard’s biopic “A Beautiful Mind” (2001).

Her performance in the film was praised, and it was a watershed moment in her career. She went on to appear in films such as “Hulk” (2003), “Dark Water” (2005), “Little Children” (2006), “Blood Diamond” (2006), and “The Day the Earth Stood Still” (2008).

Connelly has been recognised for her attractiveness throughout her career and has appeared in fashion campaigns for labels such as Balenciaga, Revlon, and Louis Vuitton. Magazines such as Time, Vanity Fair, and Esquire have also called her one of the world’s most attractive women.

Connelly has been interested in humanitarian efforts in addition to her professional career. She was awarded an Amnesty International Ambassador for Human Rights Education in 2005.

She has also worked with organisations such as Charity: Water and Save the Children to lobby for clean water projects and children’s rights.

Connelly married actor Paul Bettany in 2003, and the couple has two children. They have worked together on various films, including “Creation” (2009) and “Aloft” (2014).

Connelly has recently appeared in films such as “Noah” (2014), “Alita: Battle Angel” (2019), and “Top Gun: Maverick” (2022). She also appeared in TNT’s dystopian television series “Snowpiercer” from 2020 to 2022.

Jennifer Connelly’s Age

Jennifer Connelly is 53 years of age as she was born on December 12, 1970.

Jennifer Connelly’s Height

Jennifer Connelly stands at a height of 1.69m

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Who Is Jennifer Connelly’s Daughter?

Jennifer Connelly has a daughter known as Agnes Lark. She is currently 12 years old and happens to be the first-born daughter of the actress.

What Is Jennifer Connelly’s Net Worth?

Jennifer Connelly has a net worth that stands at $50 million according to a report by Celebrity Net Worth.

Jennifer Connelly’s Works

Year Title Role Director Notes
1984 Once Upon a Time in America Deborah Gelly (young) Sergio Leone
1985 Phenomena Jennifer Corvino Dario Argento
Seven Minutes in Heaven Natalie Becker Linda Feferman
1986 Labyrinth Sarah Williams Jim Henson
1988 Some Girls Gabriella d’Arc Michael Hoffman
1989 Etoile Claire Hamilton / Natalie Horvath Peter Del Monte
1990 The Hot Spot Gloria Harper Dennis Hopper
1991 Career Opportunities Joséphine “Josie” MacClellan Bryan Gordon
The Rocketeer Jennifer “Jenny” Blake Joe Johnston
1994 Of Love and Shadows Irene Betty Kaplan
1995 Higher Learning Taryn John Singleton
1996 Mulholland Falls Allison Pond Lee Tamahori
Far Harbor Ellie John Huddles
1997 Inventing the Abbotts Eleanor Abbott Pat O’Connor
1998 Dark City Emma Murdoch / Anna Alex Proyas
2000 Waking the Dead Sarah Williams Keith Gordon
Requiem for a Dream Marion Silver Darren Aronofsky
Pollock Ruth Kligman Ed Harris
2001 A Beautiful Mind Alicia Nash Ron Howard
2003 Hulk Elizabeth “Betty” Ross Ang Lee
House of Sand and Fog Katherine “Kathy” Niccolo Vadim Perelman
2005 Dark Water Dahlia Williams Walter Salles
2006 Little Children Katherine “Kathy” Adamson Todd Field
Blood Diamond Madeleine “Maddy” Bowen Edward Zwick
2007 Reservation Road Grace Learner Terry George
2008 The Day the Earth Stood Still Helen Benson Scott Derrickson
Inkheart Roxanne Iain Softley Cameo
2009 He’s Just Not That Into You Janine Gunders Ken Kwapis
9 7 Shane Acker Voice
Creation Emma Darwin Jon Amiel
2010 Virginia Virginia Dustin Lance Black
2011 The Dilemma Elizabeth “Beth” Ron Howard
Salvation Boulevard Gwen Vanderveer George Ratliff
2012 Stuck in Love Erica Josh Boone
2014 Winter’s Tale Virginia Gamely Akiva Goldsman
Aloft Nana Kunning Claudia Llosa
Noah Naameh Darren Aronofsky
Shelter Hannah Paul Bettany
2016 American Pastoral Dawn Dwyer Ewan McGregor
2017 Spider-Man: Homecoming Karen / Suit Lady Jon Watts Voice
Only the Brave Amanda Marsh Joseph Kosinski
2019 Alita: Battle Angel Dr. Chiren Robert Rodriguez
2022 Top Gun: Maverick Penelope “Penny” Benjamin Joseph Kosinski
2023 Bad Behaviour Lucy Alice Englert


Year(s) Title Role Notes
1992 The Heart of Justice Emma Burgess Television film
2000–2001 The $treet Catherine Miller Main role, 12 episodes
2020–2022 Snowpiercer Melanie Cavill Main role
TBA Dark Matter Daniela Dessen Main role, upcoming series

Music videos

Year Title Performer Role
1983 “Union of the Snake” Duran Duran Underground cult member
1984 “The Seventh Stranger” (from As the Lights Go Down) Duran Duran Girl in spotlight
1987 “Always with Me, Always with You” Joe Satriani Girl
1992 “I Drove All Night” Roy Orbison The young woman
2007 “Killers Kill, Dead Men Die” Vanity Fair The informer (credit only)

Awards and nominations

Association Year Category Work Result
Academy Awards 2002 Best Supporting Actress A Beautiful Mind Won
American Film Institute Awards 2002 Featured Actress of the Year A Beautiful Mind Won
British Academy Film Awards 2002 Best Actress in a Supporting Role A Beautiful Mind Won
Chlotrudis Awards 2001 Best Supporting Actress Requiem for a Dream Nominated
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2002 Best Supporting Actress A Beautiful Mind Won
2004 Best Actress House of Sand and Fog Nominated
Critics’ Choice Super Awards 2021 Best Actress in an Action Series Snowpiercer Nominated
2023 Best Actress in an Action Movie Top Gun: Maverick Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards 2002 Best Supporting Actress A Beautiful Mind Nominated
Empire Awards 2003 Best Actress A Beautiful Mind Nominated
Golden Globe Awards 2002 Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture A Beautiful Mind Won
Hollywood Film Awards 2007 Supporting Actress of the Year Reservation Road Won
Independent Spirit Awards 2001 Best Supporting Female Requiem for a Dream Nominated
Online Film Critics Society Awards 2001 Best Supporting Actress Requiem for a Dream Nominated
Best Ensemble Nominated
2002 Best Supporting Actress A Beautiful Mind Won
Satellite Awards 2002 Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama A Beautiful Mind Won
2004 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama House of Sand and Fog Nominated
Saturn Awards 1992 Best Supporting Actress The Rocketeer Nominated
2004 Best Actress Hulk Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2002 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role A Beautiful Mind Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards 2004 Best Actress House of Sand and Fog Runner-up




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