Saoirse Ronan is an actress who is both Irish and American. Since her adolescence, Ronan has been known for her roles in period dramas, and she has received numerous awards and nominations, including a Golden Globe Award and a Critics’ Choice Movie Award, as well as nominations for four Academy Awards, four Screen Actors Guild Awards, and five British Academy Film Awards. Forbes magazine too included her in two of their 30 Under 30 lists in 2016.
Saoirse debuted in the Irish medical television drama The Clinic in 2003. She made her cinematic debut in I Could Never Be Your Woman in 2007, and then broke through in Joe Wright’s Atonement in 2007, in which she played a precocious adolescent, earning her an Academy Award nod for Best Supporting Actress, making Ronan the seventh-youngest candidate in the category. Ronan played Abigail Williams in the 2016 Broadway revival of The Crucible. She was placed ninth on The New York Times’ list of the best performers of the twenty-first century in 2020.
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Saoirse Una Ronan was born in the Bronx, New York City, on April 12, 1994, to Irish parents Monica and Paul Ronan, both from Dublin. Her father worked in construction and bartending before going to New York to study acting, and her mother was a nanny who had previously performed as a youngster.
She was schooled at Ardattin, County Carlow, for a brief period and studied at Ardattin National School. In her early adolescence, she returned to Dublin with her parents, who had relocated to the coastal hamlet of Howth. She was reared Catholic, although she claims to have had doubts about her faith since she was a youngster.
She made her cinematic debut in I Could Never Be Your Woman in 2007, and then broke through in Joe Wright’s Atonement in 2007, in which she played a precocious adolescent, earning her an Academy Award nod for Best Supporting Actress, making Ronan the seventh-youngest candidate in the category.
She went on to feature in a number of films, including Peter Jackson’s The Lovely Bones in 2009, as a murdered girl seeking closure and Hanna in 2011, as a teenage assassin, as well as a minor part as a baker in Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel in 2014.
For her role as a homesick Irish immigrant in 1950s New York in Brooklyn in 2015, she received critical praise and a second Academy Award nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role. She was also the eighth-youngest Best Actress candidate at the age of 21.
She went on to play the titular high school senior in Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird in 2017 and Jo March in Gerwig’s Little Women in 2019, both of which garnered her Academy Award nominations for Best Actress and a Golden Globe award for Best Actress in Motion Picture Comedy or Musical for Lady Bird.
In 2020, she featured alongside Kate Winslet in Francis Lee’s Ammonite. Ronan is slated to play Lady Macbeth in the 2021 West End production of Macbeth. Forbes included her in two of their 30 Under 30 lists in 2016. She was placed ninth on The Ny Times’ list of the best performers of the twenty-first century in 2020.
Saoirse Ronan Net Worth
Saoirse Ronan has a net worth of $8 million.[table id=2622 /]
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- Her acting career began when she starred as a kid in a narrative arc on the medical TV show The Clinic from 2003 to 2004.
- She starred in the crime drama Proof in 2005.
- I Could Never Be Your Woman, a romantic comedy directed by Amy Heckerling and released in 2007, was Ronan’s first feature.
- In 2007 her genuine breakthrough came with her depiction of 13-year-old Briony Tallis in Atonement, based on Ian McEwan’s novel, in which she misunderstands her elder sister’s romance and commits a falsehood that wrecks multiple lives.
- Ronan’s performance earned her an Academy Award nomination. In 2007, she starred in the historical drama Death Defying Acts, and in 2008, she starred in the sci-fi children’s adventure City of Ember.
- The Lovely Bones, a cinematic version of Alice Sebold’s best-selling novel about a murdered girl who observes her family and killer from the dead, garnered Ronan a BAFTA nomination for best actress in 2009.
- She received great acclaim for her gripping depiction of a teenage girl reared in isolation and trained as a self-sufficient killer by her father in the 2011 film Hanna, after a supporting part in the escape thriller The Way Back in 2010.
- Her subsequent films were critically and financially unsuccessful, however, she did have a supporting part as a hotel maid in Wes Anderson’s highly praised ensemble comedy The Grand Budapest Hotel in 2014.
- In 2015 Ronan’s evocative and captivating performance in the main part of Brooklyn, based on Colm Tóibn’s lyrical novel about a young Irish lady who emigrates to Brooklyn and is subsequently summoned home to Ireland, won her an Oscar nomination for best actress.
- In 2016, she made her Broadway debut, appearing in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, which received critical praise.
- In Greta Gerwig’s 2017 semi-autobiographical Lady Bird, Ronan received her third Oscar nomination for her portrayal of an adolescent girl striving to overcome her small-town existence.
- More accolades followed for her roles as Nina in Anton Chekhov’s play The Seagull and as the ill-fated title character in Mary Queen of Scots, both in 2018.
- She was nominated for another Academy Award for her portrayal of the strong-willed and tomboyish Jo March in Greta Gerwig’s critically acclaimed 2019 film Little Women.
- In 2020, Ronan co-starred opposite Kate Winslet in the historical drama Ammonite.
- Saoirse Ronan adores dogs.
- Breaking Bad is her favourite television show.
- Saoirse lost out on a role in Harry Potter because she is a member of the knitting club.
- The actor is concerned with mastering several dialects.
- She is an advocate for equal rights and supports Irish organizations.
- She is the second-youngest Oscar nominee with four nominations.
- Saoirse’s ambition is to work as a filmmaker in Hollywood.
- When she was nominated for her first Academy Award, she was barely 12 years old and a big-screen newbie.
- Meryl Streep and Greta Gerwig are two of her inspirations.