Kelly Reilly's highly regarded film and TV performances. 

Kelly Reilly as determined and capable Detective Constable Anna Travis in Above Suspicion. She commanded the screen in a prominent part with her deep and sincere performance.  

In the British horror-thriller Eden Lake, Reilly played Jenny, a teacher whose romantic holiday with her partner is turned into a nightmare by a group of vicious youths. Critics and viewers lauded her portrayal of Jenny's dread, resilience, and desperation.  

Kelly Reilly played Caroline Bingley, Mr. Bingley's arrogant and manipulative sister, in Pride & Prejudice. Reilly's portrayal of Caroline's scorn and social desire was memorable despite her brief screen time.  

Reilly played Dr. John Watson's love interest Mary Morstan in Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes and its sequel. She gave Mary depth and emotion, raising her beyond the damsel in distress stereotype.  

Kelly Reilly played Nicole, a recovered heroin addict who befriends Denzel Washington's Whip Whitaker, in Flight. Reilly's portrayal of Nicole's sensitivity and inner power was lauded, as was her chemistry with Washington.  

Reilly was moving as Fiona Lavelle, the daughter of a tormented priest, in Calvary. Her portrayal of Fiona's faith, forgiveness, and family hardships deepened the film's morals and salvation.  

Kelly Reilly played Jordan Semyon, a crooked businessman's wife, in True Detective's second season. Reilly's nuanced and intense portrayal of Jordan confirmed her versatility as an actress.  

In Yellowstone, Reilly plays Beth Dutton, the hardheaded daughter of rancher John Dutton. Reilly has been lauded for her sophisticated, witty, and emotionally moving portrayal of Beth, solidifying her place in film and television.  

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