Rosamund Pike is an Academy Award and BAFTA nominee who has earned international acclaim for both her stage and film roles. Here she discusses her latest role, playing the legendary war reporter Marie Colvin who was killed in Homs in 2012, in A Private War directed by Matt Heineman. Rosamund was nominated for a Golden Globe in the ‘Best Actress, Drama’ category for her performance in A Private War. She is in conversation with Rosie Boycott co-founder of 5x15.
Rosamund Pike is perhaps best known for her lead role in the hugely successful Gone Girl, in which she played Amy Dunne, opposite Ben Affleck. Rosamund has most recently been seen in Scott Cooper’s Hostiles, José Padilha’s Entebbe and Brad Anderson’s Beirut opposite Jon Hamm. Last year, Rosamund starred in The Human Voice, an adaptation from the play by Jean Cocteau. As well as featuring in Watership Down as The Black Rabbit of Inlé, Rosamund recently wrapped Radioactive, playing Marie Curie, exploring the life of the iconic scientist, and will also soon star in State of the Union, a ten-part series directed by Stephen Frears and written by Nick Hornby.
Recorded at The Tabernacle in London on 21st January 2019.