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Academy Award-winning actress RACHEL WEISZ (Lady Sarah), who is known for portraying women of incredible spirit and intelligence, continues to seek out challenging projects and roles both on screen and on stage and as a producer.

Weisz produced and stars in Sebastian Lelio's DISOBEDIENCE alongside Rachel McAdams and Alessandro Nivola. The film, which is based on the novel by Naomi Alderman, premiered at the 2017 Toronto Film Festival to rave reviews and was released by Bleecker Street in April 2018. DISOBEDIENCE is the story of forbidden love set in a closed Orthodox Jewish community in North London to which Ronit (Weisz), a photographer living in New York returns to confront her troubled past after the sudden death of her father, a well-respected Rabbi.

Weisz recently co-starred with Colin Firth in James Marsh's THE MERCY, based on the story of amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst and his solo attempt to circumnavigate the globe.

In 2005 Weisz earned a Screen Actors Guild Award, Golden Globe Award and the Academy Award for her performance in Fernando Meirelles' THE CONSTANT GARDNER. In 2012 she received a Golden Globe nomination for her performance in Terence Davies' THE DEEP BLUE SEA. Her performance also earned her Best Actress awards from The New York Film Critics Circle, and the Toronto Film Critics Association.

Weisz's diverse film work includes MY COUSIN RACHEL, DENIAL, COMPLETE UNKNOWN, THE LIGHT BETWEEN THE OCEANS, YOUTH, THE LOBSTER, AGORA, THE BROTHERS BLOOM, MY BLUEBERRY NIGHTS, THE LOVELY BONES, DEFINITELY MAYBE, THE WHISTLEBLOWER, THE BOURNE LEGACY, OZ: THE GREAT AND POWERFUL, THE SHAPE OF THINGS, THE FOUNTAIN, RUNAWAY JURY, ABOUT A BOY, ENEMY AT THE GATES, CONSTANTINE, STEALING BEAUTY, THE MUMMY and THE MUMMY RETURNS. She executive produced THE RADIATOR, the directorial debut of Tom Browne.

In 2016, Weisz starred in the off-Broadway production of The Public Theater's Plenty. In 2013, she starred on Broadway in Mike Nichols' Betrayal. In 2010, Weisz won the Laurence Olivier Award in the category of "Best Actress" for her performance as Blanche DuBois in the West End revival of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire.

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