28 Facts About Rosamund Pike


Rosamund Mary Ellen Pike was born on 1979 and is a British actress.


Rosamund Pike began her acting career by appearing in stage productions such as Romeo and Juliet and Gas Light.


Rosamund Pike won a Primetime Emmy Award for her role in State of the Union and a Golden Globe Award for her performance in I Care a Lot.


Rosamund Pike was born in 1979 in Hammersmith, London, the only child of opera singers Julian Rosamund Pike and Caroline Friend.


Rosamund Pike attended Badminton School in Bristol, and while appearing as Juliet in a production of Romeo and Juliet at the National Youth Theatre, she was noticed by an agent who helped her embark upon a professional career.


Rosamund Pike graduated with an Upper Second-class honours degree in 2001, having taken a year off to pursue her acting career, gaining stage experience in David Hare's Skylight, Arthur Miller's All My Sons, and several plays by William Shakespeare.


Rosamund Pike made appearances on British television shows, including A Rather English Marriage, Wives and Daughters, and the miniseries Love in a Cold Climate.


Rosamund Pike appeared as Sarah Beaumont in an episode of the series Foyle's War.


Rosamund Pike was the first Bond girl to have gone to Oxford.


Rosamund Pike then played Elizabeth Malet in The Libertine, co-starring Johnny Depp, which won her the British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actress.


Rosamund Pike then starred in the film adaptation of Anne Michaels' novel Fugitive Pieces.


Rosamund Pike starred as a successful attorney in the film Fracture, opposite Anthony Hopkins and Ryan Gosling.


Rosamund Pike recorded voicework for a lead role in the film Jackboots on Whitehall and lent her voice to a series of James Bond audio books, narrating The Spy Who Loved Me.


Also in 2010, Rosamund Pike played the part of Pussy Galore in the BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Fleming's Goldfinger.


In 2011, Rosamund Pike played the part of Kate Sumner in the Bond spoof film Johnny English Reborn, playing a psychologist and English's love interest.


Rosamund Pike replaced Alexa Davalos, who had played the role in Clash of the Titans and had dropped out due to a scheduling conflict.


Rosamund Pike starred as Helen Rodin, the female lead alongside Tom Cruise in the thriller Jack Reacher, an adaptation of the novel One Shot by author Lee Child.


Physically and emotionally, Rosamund Pike looks to have immersed herself in this profoundly calculating character, and the results are impressive.


In 2018, Rosamund Pike was cast as war correspondent Marie Colvin in A Private War, directed by Matthew Heineman and based on "Marie Colvin's Private War", a Vanity Fair article by Marie Brenner.


In 2021, Rosamund Pike starred as con artist Marla Grayson in the crime thriller I Care a Lot, directed by J Blakeson and co-starring Peter Dinklage, Eiza Gonzalez and Dianne Wiest.


Rosamund Pike's performance received universal acclaim; David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter said "Pike brings crisp efficiency and dead-eyed amorality to a legal conservator", and ABC News journalist Peter Travers wrote that "Pike makes a feast of the role".


Rosamund Pike is committed to lead the thriller Rich Flu, with Pablo Larrain producing the film.


In 2021, Rosamund Pike narrated the audiobook of Paula Hawkins' novel, A Slow Fire Burning.


Rosamund Pike voiced an audiobook of The Eye of the World, the first book in the Wheel of Time series.


Rosamund Pike then became engaged to the director of that production, Joe Wright; their engagement ended in 2008.


Since December 2009, Rosamund Pike has been in a relationship with Robie Uniacke, a businessman, and they have two sons, both fluent in Mandarin.


In 2015, when they visited China to promote Gone Girl, Rosamund Pike mentioned that Uniacke had given her a Chinese name, and, that, being admirers of Chinese culture, they would like the media to use this as her Chinese name rather than using the transliteration of her English name.


In 2021, Rosamund Pike became an investor in, and the creative director for, the psychedelic-inspired meditation app Lumenate, which purports to guide the user into an altered state of consciousness.