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She began acting as a child on television and made her film debut in 1995.
After having worked in supporting roles in various films, Knightley gained recognition with the 2002 comedy drama Bend It Like Beckham.
I mean, they were already shooting the third one at that time. It was an extraordinary experience, you know, but I was 17 when I started it and 21 when I finished. And, you know, they are amazing people, but I”ve always wanted to act because I like changing. And I sort of feel like I”ve done the pirating thing, as wonderful as it was and it was amazing.” Instead, Knightley has been stretching her acting talents in dramas such as “Never Let Me Go,” “London Boulevard,” “Last Night” and her acclaimed performance in David Cronenberg’s “A Dangerous Method” which is screening at the festival.
Knightley’s thoughts on that difficult role will be visited closer to the film’s release, but she was clearly excited about the recent announcement she’ll soon be working again with her “Atonement” and “Pride & Prejudice” helmer Joe Wright on a new version of “Anna Karenina.” The film will also star Saoirse Ronan who will be marking her third collaboration with Wright after “Atonement” and “Hanna” (which Knightley admitted she still hadn’t been able to catch). It”s a bit like Viggo [Mortensen] and David [Cronenberg],” Knightley says.
In October 2015, Knightley made her Broadway debut in the title role of Thérèse Raquin.
At the age of six, she was diagnosed with ADHD and dyslexia but by the time she was eleven, with her parents' support and much tuition, Knightley said: "they deemed me to have got over dyslexia sufficiently". After getting an agent at the age of six, Knightley began working in commercials and small television roles.
What about Wright’s directing style makes the two ladies so keen on working with him? “When you find directors, you find creative collaborations that really work. We”re working really hard at the moment and hopefully ‘Anna Karenina’ will work.
You never know, it needs a bit of the wind in the right direction and a bit of luck and everything.
The star also partied with Jo Wood at new London burlesque club The Box.Miss Knightley’s father, William, told how the Oscar nominee had thrown herself into work to cope.Speaking at the family home in Richmond, South West London, Mr Knightley, 64, told the Mail: ‘It wasn’t a decision that either of them took lightly. I don’t think there was any one thing that led to their break-up – it was a whole raft of things, I think.Here, in the second part of our exclusive Orlando spesh, Sneak reveals: * The heartbreak he felt when filming The Lord of the Rings * The crush he had on Pirates co-star Keira Knightley * What his first kiss was like * How he lost his virginity "I had a girlfriend" During his rise to superstardom, Orlando has been linked with a gaggle of gorgeous girls, on screen and in his real life.
So how could it be that only a few years ago, he was left totally heartbroken by a girl?
Knightley in particular developed quite a rapport with series star Johnny Depp in the last two pictures.