Jessie Buckley

Jessie Buckley (born 28 December 1989) is an Irish actress and singer. The recipient of a Laurence Olivier Award, in addition to nominations for an Academy Award and three BAFTA Awards, she was listed at number 38 on The Irish Times' list of Ireland's greatest film actors of all time, in 2020.[1] In 2019, she was recognised by Forbes in its annual 30 Under 30 list.[2]

Jessie Buckley
Jessie Buckley 2019.jpg
Buckley in 2019
Born (1989-12-28) 28 December 1989 (age 33)
Killarney, Kerry, Ireland
EducationRoyal Academy of Dramatic Art (BA)
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active2008–present

A RADA graduate, Buckley began her career in 2008 as a contestant on the BBC TV talent show I'd Do Anything, in which she came second. Her early onscreen appearances were in BBC television series, such War & Peace (2016) and Taboo (2017). Buckley made her film debut playing the lead role in Beast (2017), and had her breakthrough starring in the musical film Wild Rose (2018). Her performance as an aspiring country music singer in the latter earned her a nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.

Buckley's career progressed with starring roles in the HBO miniseries Chernobyl (2019), the thriller film I'm Thinking of Ending Things (2020), season four of Fargo (2020), and the drama The Lost Daughter (2021). Her performance as a troubled mother in the latter earned her nominations for the BAFTA and Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Buckley's portrayal of Sally Bowles in a 2021 West End theatre revival of Cabaret won her the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical. In 2022, she released the collaborate album For All Our Days That Tear the Heart with Bernard Butler, and starred in the drama Women Talking.

Early lifeEdit

Buckley was born on 28 December 1989 in Killarney, County Kerry, the daughter of Marina Cassidy and Tim Buckley.[3][4] Her mother encouraged her to sing and coached her. She has a younger brother and three younger sisters. She attended Ursuline Secondary School, an all-girls convent school in Thurles, County Tipperary, where her mother works as a vocal coach[5] and where she performed in school productions. She played a number of male roles at school, including the male lead role of Tony in the musical West Side Story and Freddie Trumper in Chess.[6] She reached grade eight in piano, clarinet, and harp at the Royal Irish Academy of Music, and was a member of the Tipperary Millennium Orchestra. She attended summer workshops with the Association of Irish Musical Societies (AIMS) to improve her singing and acting, and it was here that she was recognised as a talented actress and encouraged to apply for drama school in London. Just before she auditioned for I'd Do Anything, she was turned down by two drama schools, including one the day before her first audition for the show.[6] In 2008, she won the AIMS Best Actress award for her portrayal of Julie Jordan in the Killarney Musical Society production of Carousel.


2008–2015: I'd Do Anything and theatrical productionsEdit

Buckley began her career as a contestant on I'd Do Anything, a talent show centred on the search for a new, unknown lead to play Nancy in the 2009 West End revival of the British musical Oliver!.[7] She reached the final on 31 May 2008, finishing in second place behind Jodie Prenger.[8] On 26 August 2008, Buckley performed on Denny Street in Tralee, Kerry for RTÉ Radio 1.[citation needed] She followed this with a performance at a charity concert in Tipperary.[citation needed] On 14 September 2008, Buckley performed at an outdoor concert in celebration of Andrew Lloyd Webber's birthday in Hyde Park, London. She gave a solo rendition of "I Don't Know How To Love Him" from Jesus Christ Superstar, and sang "Light at the End of the Tunnel" from Starlight Express with fellow I'd Do Anything finalists Keisha Amponsa-Banson, Niamh Perry, Rachel Tucker, as well as Any Dream Will Do finalists Daniel Boys, Lewis Bradley, Ben James-Ellis and Keith Jack.[9] On 18 September 2008, she and Aoife Mulholland performed with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra at another event held by Lloyd Webber at the National Concert Hall, Dublin.[10]

Buckley was offered the opportunity to understudy for the role of Nancy,[11] but turned it down in favour of another production. On 10 October 2008, it was announced that Buckley would make her West End debut in a revival of the Stephen Sondheim musical A Little Night Music, in the role of Anne Egerman, at the Menier Chocolate Factory, a fringe Studio Theatre, in London from 22 November 2008 to 8 March 2009.[12] She appeared alongside Maureen Lipman and Hannah Waddingham in the production, which was directed by Trevor Nunn.[13] A Little Night Music transferred from the Menier Chocolate Factory to the Garrick Theatre in London's West End on 7 April 2009. The show closed on 25 July 2009. Since then, she has appeared in a number of concerts nationally, including a Christmas concert alongside Maria Friedman, Cantabile – the London Quartet and Tim Rice,[14] and in February 2010 she appeared alongside Daniel Boys (and Night Music co-star Kelly Price[15]) in a series of Valentine musical concerts.[16]

In January 2013, Buckley graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.[17] During Shakespeare's Globe's 2013 summer season, she played Miranda in The Tempest, and singer Arabella Hunt and Kate in Samuel Adamson's Gabriel.[18][19] In September 2013, Buckley appeared opposite Jude Law in Michael Grandage's West End production of Henry V at the Noël Coward Theatre.[20] She also played Perdita in Kenneth Branagh's theatre company production of The Winter's Tale,[21] which was streamed live to cinemas worldwide on 26 November 2015.

2016–present: Screen career and breakthroughEdit

After an episodic appearance in the detective drama series Endeavour, Buckley portrayed Marya Bolkonskaya in BBC's new dramatisation of War and Peace (2016).[22][23] She received acclaim for her performance, with Viv Groskop of The Guardian citing her performance as a highlight of episode two, writing that she plays this supposedly plain and pious character "beautifully".[24] Buckley continued her television career with a main role in the drama series Taboo (2017), starring Tom Hardy.[25] She also starred as Honor Martin in BBC One's drama The Last Post (2017), and as Marian Halcombe in the five-part television adaptation of Wilkie Collins' novel The Woman in White (2018).

Buckley made her film debut as Moll Huntford in the psychological thriller Beast (2017), for which she received great acclaim. She then starred in the country music drama Wild Rose (2017), which earned Buckley the opportunity to perform music from the film at the Glastonbury Festival. The official soundtrack from the film reached number one on the UK Country Albums Chart. The film received positive reviews, and her performance was rewarded with a nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 73rd British Academy Film Awards.

Buckley in January 2020

In 2019, Buckley appeared as Lyudmilla Ignatenko in the HBO and Sky UK historical drama mini-series Chernobyl, which revolved around the Chernobyl disaster of 1986 and the clean-up efforts that followed. The five-part series was critically acclaimed, receiving 19 nominations at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards. Buckley then appeared in the biographical drama Judy, based on the life of American actress Judy Garland.[26] In 2020, she had four releases: Dolittle, directed by Stephen Gaghan,[27] The Courier, directed by Dominic Cooke,[28] Misbehaviour, directed by Philippa Lowthorpe,[29] and the surrealist psychological thriller I'm Thinking of Ending Things, directed by Charlie Kaufman for Netflix.[30] Her performance in the latter was lauded by critics and earned her a nomination for Best Actress at the 30th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards. The same year, Buckley had a lead role in the fourth season of the FX black comedy crime drama Fargo, where she played nurse Oraetta Mayflower.[31][32][33][34]

In 2021, Buckley starred as the younger version of Leda Caruso in Maggie Gyllenhaal's feature directorial debut The Lost Daughter, with Olivia Colman portraying the character's older counterpart. The film began a theatrical limited release in the United States on 17 December 2021, prior to streaming on Netflix at the end of the month. It received acclaim from critics. Critic Ty Burr believed that Buckley was a "revelation" in the film.[35] For her performance, Buckley won a Gotham Independent Film Award for Outstanding Supporting Performance, and was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role. She also received her first Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the 94th Academy Awards.

Buckley was approached by Eddie Redmayne to star alongside him, as Sally Bowles, in a revival of the musical Cabaret.[36] The production opened in the West End in November 2021, and she received the Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical in 2022 for her performance.[37]

On 15 April 2022, Buckley and former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler released "The Eagle & The Dove", the lead single from their collaborative album.[38] For All Our Days That Tear the Heart was released on 17 June 2022.[39] It debuted at No. 23 on the UK Albums Chart.[40] The album was shortlisted for the 2022 Mercury Prize.[41]

In 2022, Buckley starred as a widowed woman who travels on holiday to a countryside village in Alex Garland's folk horror film Men, alongside Rory Kinnear.[42] The film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in the Directors' Fortnight section in May 2022, before being released in the United States on 20 May 2022 by A24.[43][44]

Forthcoming projectsEdit

In June 2021, Buckley joined Frances McDormand, Rooney Mara, Claire Foy and Ben Whishaw in Sarah Polley's feature adaptation of Miriam Toews' bestselling novel Women Talking, with MGM’s Orion Pictures and Plan B Entertainment producing the film.[45] She is also committed to star in Rebecca Lenkiewicz's feature directing debut Hot Milk, alongside Fiona Shaw and Vicky Krieps. The film will start shooting in September 2022, in Almería.[46]

In May 2022, it was announced that Buckley would replace Carey Mulligan as the lead in Christos Nikou's English-language feature film debut Fingernails.[47] She is set to reunite with Olivia Colman in Wicked Little Letters, a comedy directed by Thea Sharrock. Principal photography for the project is due to start this autumn in the United Kingdom.[48] In July 2022, Buckley joined Colman, Luke Evans, Jonathan Pryce and Johnny Flynn in Scrooge: A Christmas Carol, an animated rendition of the Charles Dickens' classic. The movie is set to be released on Netflix in December 2022.[49]

Personal lifeEdit

Buckley was in a relationship with actor James Norton between 2015 and 2017. She lives in Norfolk as of 2022.[50]

Acting creditsEdit


  Denotes productions that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes
2011 Join My Band Stella Short film
2012 Crosswinds Jessie Short film
2013 Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart Luna (voice) English dub
2017 Red Light Kelly Short film
Beast Moll Huntford
2018 Pulsar Cassa Short film
Wild Rose Rose-Lynn Harlan
2019 A Battle in Waterloo Ellen Short film
Judy Rosalyn Wilder
2020 Dolittle Queen Victoria
The Courier Sheila Wynne
Misbehaviour Jo Robinson
I'm Thinking of Ending Things Young Woman
2021 The Lost Daughter Young Leda Caruso
2022 Men Harper Marlowe
Women Talking Mariche Loewen
Scrooge: A Christmas Carol Isabel Fezziwig (voice)
TBA Wicked Little Letters   Rose Gooding Post-production
TBA Fingernails   Anna


Year Title Role Notes
2008 I'd Do Anything Herself (contestant) Runner-up
2010–2011 Shades of Love Emily Strong 3 episodes
2014 Endeavour Kitty Batten Episode: "Trove"
2016 War & Peace Marya Bolkonskaya 6 episodes
2017 Taboo Lorna Bow 7 episodes
The Last Post Honor Martin 6 episodes
2018 The Woman in White Marian Halcombe 5 episodes
2019 Chernobyl Lyudmilla Ignatenko 5 episodes
2020 Fargo Oraetta Mayflower Season 4 (10 episodes)
2021 Romeo & Juliet Juliet Television play

Video gamesEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2022 The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me Kate Wilder Voice, motion capture, and likeness


Year Title Role Venue
2008–2009 A Little Night Music Anne Egerman Menier Chocolate Factory
Garrick Theatre
2013 The Tempest Miranda Shakespeare's Globe
Gabriel Kate Shakespeare's Globe
Henry V Katherine Noël Coward Theatre
2015 The Winter's Tale Perdita Garrick Theatre
2021–2022 Cabaret Sally Bowles Playhouse Theatre


Collaborative albums

Soundtrack albums

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2018 Irish Film & Television Awards Actress in a Supporting Role – Television Taboo Nominated
Rising Star Nominated
British Independent Film Awards Most Promising Newcomer Beast Won
Best Actress Nominated
Evening Standard British Film Awards Best Actress Nominated
2019 London Critics Circle Film Awards Best British/Irish Actress of the Year Won
British Academy Film Awards Rising Star Award Nominated [52]
British Academy Scotland Awards Best Actress – Film Wild Rose Won
Dublin Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress in Film Won
British Independent Film Awards Best Actress Nominated
Hollywood Critics Association Breakthrough Performance – Actress Won [53]
Detroit Film Critics Society Breakthrough Performance Wild Rose / Judy Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards Breakthrough Artist Nominated
2020 London Critics Circle Film Awards Best British/Irish Actress of the Year Nominated [54]
British Academy Film Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Wild Rose Nominated [55]
Irish Film & Television Awards Actress in a Leading Role – Film Won [56]
Actress in a Leading Role – Television The Woman in White Nominated [56]
Actress in a Supporting Role – Television Chernobyl Won [56]
Dublin Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress I'm Thinking of Ending Things Won [57]
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress Nominated [58]
Gotham Awards Best Actress Nominated [59]
2021 St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress Nominated
London Critics' Circle Film Awards British/Irish Actress of the Year I'm Thinking of Ending Things / Misbehaviour Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Fargo Nominated
Irish Film & Television Awards Actress in a Leading Role – Film I'm Thinking of Ending Things Nominated [60]
Cannes Film Festival Trophée Chopard Won [61]
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards Best Supporting Actress The Lost Daughter Won [62]
Gotham Independent Film Awards Outstanding Supporting Performance Nominated [63]
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [64]
National Society of Film Critics Best Supporting Actress Runner-up [65]
2022 London Critics' Circle Film Awards Supporting Actress of the Year Nominated [66]
British/Irish Actress of the Year Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role Nominated [67]
Independent Spirit Awards Best Supporting Female Nominated [68]
Irish Film & Television Awards Actress in a Supporting Role – Film Won [69]
British Academy Film Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role Nominated [70]
Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [71]
Laurence Olivier Award Best Actress in a Musical Cabaret Won [72]
Critics’ Circle Theatre Award Best Actress Won [73]
WhatsOnStage Award Best Performer in a Female Identifying Role in a Musical Nominated [74]
Evening Standard Theatre Awards Best Musical Performance Pending [75]
Mercury Prize Album of the Year (shared with Bernard Butler) For All Our Days That Tear the Heart Nominated [76]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Best Supporting Performance Runner-up [77]
Gotham Awards Outstanding Supporting Performance Nominated [78]
Florida Film Critics Circle Best Supporting Actress Won [79]
2023 Film Independent Spirit Awards Independent Spirit Robert Altman Award Won [80]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [81]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Supporting Actress Nominated [82]
London Film Critics' Circle British or Irish Actress of the Year Pending
2023 Screen Actors Guild Award Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Pending [83]
2023 Toronto Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Women Talking Runner-up
2022 Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Best Supporting Actress Women Talking Runner-up
2023 Houston Film Critics Society Awards Best Supporting Actress Women Talking Pending


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