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Her portrayal earned her the British Supporting Actress of the Year award from the London Film Critics Circle.Also in 2005, she starred in a two-part drama made for television, entitled The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant.While critics hailed it as "pleasingly old-fashioned adventure," it was her performance that won the most admiration and earned her two nominations: Best Lead Actress in Television from the Australian Film Institute and Most Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series from the Logie Awards.

The cast were awarded Best Ensemble by the National Board of Review.The run, which toured the world, went into residence in the New London Theatre where it ended mid-January 2008.She received rave reviews, especially as Nina in The Seagull, The Independent calling her a "woman on the edge of stardom," She reprised her role as Cordelia in a televised version of King Lear.born 6 August 1982) is a British film and television actress.She appeared in Amazing Grace, Atonement, and Glorious 39, and in the BBC series Emma, The Hour and The Crimson Petal and the White.She attended an independent boarding school, Stonar School in Wiltshire, and later moved at 16 to London to attend the City of London School for Girls, where she completed her A-levels.She appeared in school plays, and also with the National Youth Theatre up until the age of 18, when she signed to play the younger version of Dame Judi Dench's character in the BBC Films/HBO co-production for television, The Last of the Blonde Bombshells.Later in 2004 Vanity Fair was released, in which she played Amelia Sedley.Co-starring Reese Witherspoon, Jim Broadbent and James Purefoy, the film was based on the 19th century novel by William Makepeace Thackeray and it was directed by Mira Nair. In 2005, Garai received another BIFA nomination, this time for Best Supporting Actress, for her performance as Siobhan in the independent film Inside I'm Dancing.In January of that year she travelled to the Syrian-Iraqi border to make a short film titled No Man's Land for the UNHCR, highlighting the plight of 800 Palestinian refugees living in the Al-Tanaf refugee camp.Of her visit to the refugee camps Garai states, "My trip to a refugee camp in Syria destroyed any hope that the horrors of Iraq might end, or that we are doing enough to help its victims." In 2011 she played Bel Rowley in the TV drama The Hour leading with Dominic West and Ben Whishaw for which she was Golden Globe nominated.

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