Annette Bening is a Tony Award and four-time Academy Award nominee, and two-time Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award winner. Most recently, she appeared in Scott Z. Burns’ The Report, opposite Adam Driver, for which she received a Golden Globe nomination and William Nicholson’s Hope Gap opposite Bill Nighy. Upcoming projects include Georgetown, Death On the Nile and Nyad.
Additional film credits include Captain Marvel, Life Itself, The Seagull, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, 20th Century Women, Rules Don’t Apply, The Kids Are Alright, Being Julia, American Beauty, The American President, Love Affair, Bugsy, Regarding Henry and The Grifters etc.
On stage, Bening was last seen in Gregory Mosher’s Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s classic All My Sons alongside Tracy Letts, for which she earned a Tony Award nomination. Previous stage credits include Have A Nice Day, King Lear, Ruth Draper Monologues, The Cherry Orchard, Talking Heads, Hedda Gabler and Medea. Bening also received a Tony Award nomination and won the Clarence Derwent Award for Outstanding Debut Performance of the Season for her role in Coastal Disturbances.