- 6 September 1976
- London, England, UK
British actress Naomie Harris was born in London, the only child of television scriptwriter Lisselle Kayla. Her father is from Trinidad and her mother is from Jamaica. She showed an interest in acting from an early age and attended the prestigious Anna Scher Theatre School. From here, Harris won roles in various projects, such as Simon and the Witch (1987) and The Tomorrow People (1992). She went on to study social and political sciences at Pembroke College, Cambridge University, an experience Harris did not enjoy. After graduating from University, Harris trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Acting success soon followed and her breakthrough film role came in Danny Boyle's 28 Days Later... (2002). Other notable projects include Miami Vice (2006) and Small Island (2009) (for which she was named best female actor by the Royal Television Society). Harris also won fans for her role as Tia Dalma in the blockbusting "Pirates of the Caribbean" films, and further international attention came her way when she played Field Agent Eve in the twenty third James Bond film, Skyfall (2012). Naomie was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the drama Moonlight (2016), which won the Best Picture Oscar that year.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest||July 7, 2006|