Kelly Reilly works with directors, writers, and performers.

Guy Ritchie: Reilly collaborated with director Guy Ritchie on the crime thriller "Sherlock Holmes" (2009) and its sequel "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" (2011). In these films, she portrayed Mary Morstan, the love interest of Sherlock Holmes (played by Robert Downey Jr.).

Robert Zemeckis: Reilly worked with director Robert Zemeckis on the psychological thriller "Flight" (2012), starring opposite Denzel Washington. Her portrayal of Nicole, a recovering drug addict, earned critical acclaim.

Ron Howard: Reilly appeared in Ron Howard's historical drama "The Da Vinci Code" (2006), based on Dan Brown's novel of the same name. She played the role of Sophie Neveu, a cryptologist and the granddaughter of a murder victim.

Dan Brown: In "The Da Vinci Code," Reilly brought to life the character of Sophie Neveu, created by author Dan Brown. Her performance captured the intelligence, strength, and vulnerability of the character.

Guy Ritchie and Lionel Wigram: Reilly collaborated with Guy Ritchie and Lionel Wigram, who co-wrote the screenplays for the "Sherlock Holmes" films. Her portrayal of Mary Morstan added depth and complexity to the character, contributing to the dynamic chemistry between the lead characters.

Robert Downey Jr.: Reilly shared the screen with Robert Downey Jr. in the "Sherlock Holmes" films, portraying his character's love interest, Mary Morstan. Their on-screen chemistry and interactions added depth to the relationship between their characters.

Denzel Washington: Reilly appeared alongside Denzel Washington in "Flight," delivering a compelling performance as Nicole, a troubled woman grappling with addiction. Her scenes with Washington showcased her ability to hold her own opposite a seasoned actor.

– Reilly's collaborations with acclaimed directors, writers, and fellow actors have contributed to her growth as an actress and her ability to tackle a wide range of roles across different genres. – Her versatility and talent have earned her recognition and praise from critics and audiences alike, solidifying her reputation as a versatile and accomplished performer.

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