TV Shows - Kelly Macdonald
Sorted by online popularity, based on the Engagement Score on June 23, 2024. Kelly Macdonald has appeared in 7 television series with data.
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    Black Mirror
    as Karin Parke 1 episode • #239 most popular show
    Black Mirror is a British dystopian science fiction anthology series developed by Charlie Brooker. Each standalone episode delves into the uneasy relationship between society and technology, often setting its narratives in near-future scenarios. The series examines the consequences of advanced technological innovations on human behavior and societal structures.
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    Boardwalk Empire
    as Margaret Schroeder 56 episodes • #415 most popular show
    Boardwalk Empire is a contemporary TV drama series on HBO. Inspired by Nelson Johnson's book, it explores the life of Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson, a prominent political figure during Prohibition-era Atlantic City. The series delves into political corruption and organized crime.
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    Line of Duty
    as DCI Jo Davidson 7 episodes • #716 most popular show
    Line of Duty is a gripping police procedural drama series that follows the investigations of anti-corruption unit AC-12. Set in the fictional city of East Midlands, the show revolves around the efforts of Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott, Detective Inspector Kate Fleming, and their team as they uncover corrupt police officers within the force. Filled with intense interrogations, thrilling plot twists, and a constant battle between the truth and deception, Line of Duty keeps viewers on the edge of their seats with its high-stakes cat-and-mouse game.
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    as Kiera MacLaine / Meghan Keene 2 episodes • #808 most popular show
    Alias is a thrilling spy drama television series that follows the life of Sydney Bristow, a talented agent working for the CIA. Filled with intrigue and deception, the show explores Sydney's double life as she balances her undercover operations with her personal relationships. Created by J.J. Abrams, Alias captivates viewers with its action-packed storyline, compelling characters, and surprising twists. With its blend of espionage, romance, and high-stakes missions, Alias keeps audiences on the edge of their seats, making it a must-watch for fans of thrilling television.
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    Somebody Feed Phil
    as Self 1 episode • #880 most popular show
    Somebody Feed Phil is a travel and food documentary series that follows the adventures of Phil Rosenthal, the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond, as he explores various cities around the world. With his infectious enthusiasm for food and culture, Phil takes viewers on a culinary journey filled with mouth-watering dishes and heartwarming encounters with locals. From street food stalls to high-end restaurants, this series showcases the diverse and rich culinary traditions of each destination, offering a unique blend of travel, food, and humor.
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    Truth Seekers
    as JoJo 74 2 episodes • #1,197 most popular show
    Truth Seekers is a supernatural comedy series that follows a team of paranormal investigators as they explore haunted locations across the UK. Led by Gus, a skeptic who works as an internet technician during the day, the team uncovers a conspiracy that could threaten the entire human race. With a mix of eerie encounters and humorous moments, the show blends comedy and horror to deliver an entertaining and thrilling viewing experience.
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    as Sarah 8 episodes • #1,366 most popular show
    Giri/Haji is a British-Japanese crime drama series intertwining the lives of characters in both Tokyo and London as they become entangled in a web of criminal activity. The narrative revolves around a detective's international search for his assumed-dead brother, whose actions could ignite a gang war.
Movies - Kelly Macdonald
Sorted by online popularity. Kelly Macdonald has appeared in 15 movies with data.
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Kelly Macdonald Biography
Kelly Macdonald is a highly acclaimed Scottish actress known for her diverse performances in film and television. She gained recognition for her breakout role in Danny Boyle's Trainspotting (1996) and has since appeared in numerous notable films such as Elizabeth (1998), Gosford Park (2001), and Nanny McPhee (2005). Macdonald received critical acclaim and a nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in No Country for Old Men (2007), directed by the Coen brothers. She also showcased her talent in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 (2011), Anna Karenina (2012), and T2 Trainspotting (2017). Additionally, Macdonald voiced the character Princess Merida in the Disney Pixar film Brave (2012). On television, she received a Primetime Emmy Award for her exceptional performance in the BBC One film The Girl in the Cafe.

On June 23, 2024, Kelly Macdonald had 2,494 Wikipedia visits, making her the #2,406 most popular actor online.