Actress Carey Mulligan was born May 28, 1985 in Westminster, England. The 5'7" Brit made her acting debut in 2004 when she won the role of Kitty Bennett in Pride & Prejudice (opposite Keira Knightley).
After the success of Pride & Prejudice, Mulligan earned rave reviews for her work on the British mini-series Bleak House and the television show The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard.
She became a household name in 2009 when she scored an Oscar nomination for her performance in An Education. Though she lost the Best Actress award to Sandra Bullock, Mulligan bounced back with critically-acclaimed roles in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and Never Let Me Go.
Mulligan began dating her Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps costar Shia LaBeouf in the fall of 2009; they called it quits in September 2010. The actress married Mumford & Sons singer Marcus Mumford in April 2012.