Kelly Reilly is a talented British film and stage actress. She worked mostly on the English stage in the beginning of her career. In 2004, she was up for the Laurence Olivier award for Best Actress for her performance in "After Miss Julia," a play at the Donmar Warehouse. At 26,...Read more she was the youngest actress ever to be nominated for that award. Her first big film role was in the French coming-of-age comedy "L'Auberge Espagnole" (2002), before which she mostly acted on English TV shows. She also starred in the film's sequel, "Russian Dolls" (2005). She played the icy Caroline Bingley in "Pride & Prejudice" (2005), but got her first leading role in the 2008 horror film "Eden Lake" opposite Michael Fassbender. By her own admission, Reilly is now a small fish in a much more high-profile pond after playing Denzel Washington's love interest, a heroin addict, in the critically acclaimed "Flight" (2012).