Radha Mitchell

Biography: Radha Mitchell was born in 1973 and a native of Melbourne, Australia and is best known for her debut role as Danni in Emma-Kate Croghan's romantic comedy, Love and Other Catastrophes, in which she co-starred with fellow Aussie actress Frances O'Connor . Radha has worked on both the stage and on the small screen in her native country. She started acting while still in high school in the Woods theater production of Desire. Among Radha's other film credits are the short film, Sleeping Beauties, and the theatrical release, High Art, in which Radha stars opposite Ally Sheedy. Both films were screened at this year's Sundance Film Festival, the later of which won the prestigious Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award© and appeared in the Director's Fortnight Ceremonies at the Cannes International Film Festival in France.
In 1996, Radha won a role as Catherine O'Brien in the Australian soap Neighbours, she stayed in this role until 1997 when her character moved to England with her later
Radha Mitchell was born in 1973 and a native of Melbourne, Australia and is best known for her debut role as Danni in Emma-Kate Croghan's romantic comedy, Love and Other Catastrophes, in which she co-starred with fellow Aussie actress Frances O'Connor . Radha has worked on both the stage and on the small screen in her native country. She started acting while still in high school in the Woods theater production of Desire. Among Radha's other film credits are the short film, Sleeping Beauties, and the theatrical release, High Art, in which Radha stars opposite Ally Sheedy. Both films were screened at this year's Sundance Film Festival, the later of which won the prestigious Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award© and appeared in the Director's Fortnight Ceremonies at the Cannes International Film Festival in France.
In 1996, Radha won a role as Catherine O'Brien in the Australian soap Neighbours, she stayed in this role until 1997 when her character moved to England with her later husband Malcolm Kennedy.

Radha has become an important player in the independent film world, having produced Everything Put Together, which was shot in a digital format, one of the first films to be filmed in that medium. The story followed the seemingly perfect life of Angie and Russ. They've got a big house, an enduring marriage and a baby on the way. They're insulated from everything awful, yet Everything Put Together showed their vulnerability and the transience of their well-being. It was a sober and skillfully rendered portrait of the American Dream unraveling. It was hailed as "one of the most visually accomplished and emotionally provocative films in the Dramatic Competition at the Sundance Film Festival."

Radha has completed shooting a new psychological suspense drama called Visitors, which filmed on-location in Vancouver, British Columbia. The project was written by Everett de Roche (Razorback). Radha plays "Georgia Perry," "a yachtswoman who is attempting to sail solo around the world. She is almost home when she becomes stranded in an eerie dead calm in the middle of the Indian Ocean. As a deep fog envelops the boat and the fifth day of zero wind commences, Georgia's grip on reality loosens and the first 'visitor' arrives." Susannah York and Ray Barrett play her parents whilst Tottie Goldsmith also has a role. Richard Franklin (Psycho II, FX2, Brilliant Lies) directs. Shooting wrapped in December 2001.

Phone Booth has been postponed indefinitely.

In Neverland, Radha shares the experiences of 'Peter Pan' author J.M. Barrie, which eventually lead him to write the children's classic. He got to know four children who had no fathers. Drawing from his time with the kids, he wrote a story about children who don't want to grow up. The film also stars Johnny Depp, Kate Winslet, Julie Christie, and Dustin Hoffman.

In Johnny English, Rowan Atkinson plays the eponymous lead character in a spoof spy thriller. During the course of the story we follow our hero as he attempts to single-handedly save the country from falling into the hands of a despot. The film stars Radha, John Malkovich, Kevin McNally, and Natalie Imbruglia.

Biography courtesy of DuBose Knows Productions
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Radha Mitchell's Scores

  • Movies
Average career score: 46
Highest Metascore: 73 High Art
Lowest Metascore: 14 Evidence
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 22
  2. Negative: 5 out of 22
22 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd London Has Fallen Oct 2, 2015 Leah tbd
24 Fugly! Nov 7, 2014 Lara 10
70 Bird People Sep 12, 2014 Elisabeth Newman / Elisabeth Newman 8.0
49 Big Sur Nov 1, 2013 Carolyn Cassady / Carolyn Cassady 5.0
37 The Frozen Ground Aug 23, 2013 Allie Halcombe 6.1
40 Standing Up Aug 16, 2013 Meg 6.0
14 Evidence Jul 19, 2013 Detective Burquez 5.1
41 Olympus Has Fallen Mar 22, 2013 Leah 5.8
15 Silent Hill: Revelation 3D Oct 26, 2012 Rose Da Silva / Rose Da Silva 5.2
55 The Crazies Feb 26, 2010 Judy Dutton 7.0
45 Surrogates Sep 25, 2009 Peters 5.8
44 Henry Poole Is Here Aug 15, 2008 Dawn Stupek 7.0
49 The Children of Huang Shi May 23, 2008 Lee Pearson 6.3
tbd Rogue Apr 25, 2008 Kate Ryan 7.0
51 Feast of Love Sep 28, 2007 Diana Croce 7.5
30 Silent Hill Apr 21, 2006 Rose Da Silva 8.0
54 Melinda and Melinda Mar 18, 2005 Melinda Robicheaux 6.1
67 Finding Neverland Nov 12, 2004 Mary Ansell Barrie 8.1
47 Man on Fire Apr 23, 2004 Lisa 8.2
56 Phone Booth Apr 4, 2003 Kelly Shepard 6.7
tbd Uprising Dec 7, 2001 Mira Fuchrer 8.4
63 Everything Put Together Nov 2, 2001 Associate Producer / Angie 7.5
43 Cleopatra's Second Husband Oct 13, 2000 Sophie 6.0
49 Pitch Black Feb 18, 2000 Carolyn Fry 8.0
73 High Art Jun 12, 1998 Syd 8.4