Kelly Reilly's acting career spans indie films, television, and large films. 

In independent films, Kelly Reilly showed her talent and versatility in many roles. She became famous for her roles in indie films including Last Orders (2001), with Michael Caine and Bob Hoskins.  

For her work in British TV shows, Reilly became a renowned actor. She played Detective Constable Anna Travis on Above Suspicion (2009–2012), demonstrating her ability to play nuanced and resolute characters.  

After appearing in small films and TV, Reilly landed significant cinema roles. In Pride & Prejudice (2005), she played Caroline Bingley, demonstrating her versatility in period dramas and contemporary flicks.  

Reilly's acting skills garnered her international fame, establishing her as a dynamic performer worldwide. She portrayed the lead in Eden Lake (2008), a British horror-thriller, and showed her intensity and emotional depth.  

Reilly appeared in Hollywood blockbusters with A-list actors and filmmakers. She played Mary Morstan in Sherlock Holmes (2009) and Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011), proving she could handle big-budget films.  

As a successful American TV actress, Reilly crossed borders. She played Jordan Semyon, the wife of a crooked businessman, in True Detective (2015), winning accolades for her nuanced portrayal opposite Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson.  

Acting has earned Kelly Reilly honors throughout her career. She has been nominated for the Olivier Award for Best Actress in theatre and lauded for her film and TV roles.  

In recent years, Kelly Reilly has shown her flexibility as an actress across mediums. She is sought after in the entertainment world for her wide portfolio, which includes independent films, television dramas, and Hollywood blockbusters, with promising future projects.  

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