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Swinton, Tilda

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Personal name headingSwinton, Tilda
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Variant(s)Swinton, Katherine Mathilda, 1960-
LocatedNairn (Scotland)
Birth date1960-11-05
Place of birthLondon (England)
Field of activityActing Singing Motion pictures--Production and direction Motion picture authorship
Profession or occupationActors Actresses Singers Motion picture producers and directors Screenwriters Motion picture actors and actresses Women singers
Found inBetween imagination and reality, 1990: t.p. (Tilda Swinton) p. 3 (performer; appearing in such films as The last of England and Friendship's death)
Mystery of heaven, p2012: container (featuring Tilda Swinton) insert (Tilda Swinton, voice), 28 February 2015: (Katherine Mathilda "Tilda" Swinton (born 5 November 1960) is a British actress and fashion muse known for both arthouse and mainstream films. She has appeared in a number of films, including Burn after reading, The beach and The chronicles of Narnia, and was nominated for a Golden Globe for her lead performances in The deep end and We need to talk about Kevin. In 2007 she won both the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress and the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance as lawyer Karen Crowder in Michael Clayton. Swinton was born in London. Swinton lives in Nairn, overlooking the Moray Firth in the Highland region of Scotland with her twins and her partner Sandro Kopp.), 28 February 2015: (Tilda Swinton. Functioned as the muse and mascot of Dutch fashion designers Viktor and Rolf, who made an entire collection inspired by her (2003).Contributed vocals on four tracks of the album 'The bachelor' by glam-goth-folk singer/songwriter Patrick Wolf. Performed live with Patti Smith on four nights of the 2005 London Meltdown Festival reading texts by Susan Sontag, Bertolt Brecht, William Blake and William S. Burroughs.)
IMDb, August 6, 2019: (Tilda Swinton; actress, producer, writer)
Associated languageeng