Emily Jane Browning is an Australian actress. Browning made her film debut in the television film The Echo of Thunder, and subsequently appeared in television shows such as High Flyers, Something in the Air, and Blue Heelers. Her breakthrough role was in the 2002 horror film Ghost Ship, which introduced her to a wider audience. In 2005, Browning won the Australian Film Institute International Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of Violet Baudelaire in the film Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. Browning is also known for her roles in the horror film The Uninvited, the action film Sucker Punch, and the independent drama Sleeping Beauty. She was named the Breakthrough Performer of The Year by Hamptons International Film Festival in 2011 for her role in Sleeping Beauty. Browing's other films include Summer in February, Plush, Pompeii, and Legend. She is currently starring as Laura Moon in the Starz TV series American Gods.
|Born:||Emily Jane Browning, December 7, 1988, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
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About Emily Browning
Australian actress who had her breakout adult role as Babydoll in the 2011 action-fantasy film Sucker Punch. She starred as Cassia in the 2014 film Pompeii.
She first appeared on screen at age 10 in the made for TV movie The Echo of Thunder in 1998.
She starred in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events in 2004 and appeared in The Uninvited in 2009.
She was in a relationship with Max Irons until 2012. She has brothers named Nicholas and Matthew.
She had her first starring role opposite Jim Carrey in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
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