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Who Is Carey Mulligan?
Carey was born 28 May 1985 in London, UK. Her first role was Kitty Bennet in Pride & Prejudice movie. She’s als known as Emily Pritchard from The Amazing Mrs Pritchard and Ada Clare from Bleak House. She’s married to Marcus Mumford since 2012. In 2014, Mulligan will play Bathsheba Everdene on Far from the Madding Crowd. And most important role of her, that is coming – Maud in 2015 movie Suffragette.
Plastic Surgery Overview
And I replied, ‘My whole job is about me moving my face! ‘” Which is a fair point, we think, and one conveniently ignored by the mass of directors/producers/agents who push for female actors to look “perfect”. Ten years later, and Mulligan’s face remains untouched by cosmetic surgery.
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Carey Mulligan Quotes
"I love New York - maybe more than Los Angeles or London. I think I'm happiest in New York."
"Sometimes it's so weird just to do an interview. This morning I was back in my parents' house, with my brother, and we went for a jog together, then had breakfast as a family. And a couple of hours later I'm wearing high heels and a dress and makeup, and talking about my job."
"Those with dementia are still people and they still have stories and they still have character and they're all individuals and they're all unique. And they just need to be interacted with on a human level."
"I probably dreamt about running off to America or something when I was 16 because it just seemed like I was studying algebra and going, 'What am I going to use this for?'"
"I am committed to helping Alzheimer's Society in any way I can. My family and I rely on the help of organisations like Alzheimer's Society to help us understand the disease and guide us in the care of my grandmother. It's been a privilege to meet so many people with dementia."