Scarlett Johansson
Scarlett Johansson
Date of Birth: November 22, 1984, New York City, New York

Birth Name: Scarlett Ingrid Johansson

Height: 5' 4¼"
Not that we haven't spotlighted her enough already being a three time number one on the Delta 99. Scarlett burst into public prominence as a young
teenage actress, first being noticed in the indie classic Welcome to the Dollhouse. Since then she's made over 20 films, likely being one of the few actors in
history with as many films as her age, being born in 1984, so she's still only in her 20's. Her most acclaimed and demanding part was as the friend of Bill
Murray in Lost in Translation, when both were temporarily American fish out of water in Japan. If anyone is going to be the new Marilyn, I nominate Scarlett,
who has better acting skills and is just as beautiful, resembling the fabulous glamour queens of the silver screen. Currently a Woody Allen favorite, she's
appeared in his films Match Point and Vicky Christina Barcelona. Somehow, she manages to have both the "girl next door" and the classic voluptuous film
siren qualities, which make her one of the most popular and alluring modern actresses.

My first introduction to Scarlett Johansson was in Sofia Coppola's love-it-or-hate-it Lost in Translation, a quiet film exploring how lonely it can be even when
you're surrounded, among other things. It's a beautiful film that showcased her acting talents, where she put forth a daring vulnerability. From there she went
on to Woody Allen's much-lauded Match Point, but also stopped to voice Mindy in Spongebob Squarepants. She even looks good when not primped for the
camera, in flats. She took an unfortunate turn and starred in The Island, where Michael Bay committed the unforgivable crime of forbidding her from having a
nude scene she wanted to do. She had a smaller role in The Prestige and has bounced between stinkers like The Black Dahlia and more Woody Allen films.
She also starred across from Colin Firth in Girl with a Pearl Earring.

She's also spend a lot of time in front of the photographer's camera. She's played in the Iron Man sequel, and maybe that will be her penance for appearing
in Frank Miller's muckup of The Spirit. She's more than a pretty face, but like Uma Thurman, hasn't always chosen the best roles. Maybe she'll get her Kill Bill
sometime soon. Scarlett is an actress who should have appeared naked by now. But until that glorious day, we'll keep following her varied and hot career.

Johansson has climbed to the top ranks of Hollywood actresses, all on the backs of an impressive resume of films. One of Johansson's earlier roles was in
The Coen Brothers' 2001 neo-noir The Man Who Wasn't There. That same year, Johansson starred in the adaptation of the popular inde comic book series
Ghost World, directed by filmmaker Terry Zwigoff.
1994 North ... Laura Nelson
1995 Just Cause ... Katie Armstrong
1995 The Client (TV series) ... Jenna Halliwell
1996 Manny & Lo ... Amanda
1996 If Lucy Fell ... Emily  
1997 Fall ... Little Girl  
1997 Home Alone 3 ... Molly Pruitt
1998 The Horse Whisperer ... Grace MacLean  
1999 My Brother the Pig ... Kathy Caldwell  
2001 The Man Who Wasn't There ... Birdy Abundas
2001 Ghost World ... Rebecca  
2001 An American Rhapsody ... Suzanne - at 15
2002 Eight Legged Freaks ... Ashley Parker
2003 Lost in Translation ... Charlotte  
2003 Girl with a Pearl Earring ... Griet
2004 The Perfect Score ... Francesca Curtis
2004 A Love Song for Bobby Long ... Pursy Will  
2004 A Good Woman ... Meg Windermere   
2004 The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie ... Mindy (voice)  
2004 In Good Company ... Alex  
2005 Match Point ... Nola Rice
2005 The Island ... Jordan Two Delta / Sarah Jordan  
2005-2006 Robot Chicken (TV series)
                                                ... Amy / Cheerleader / Dolores / Tooth Fairy
2006 Scoop ... Sondra Pransky  
The Black Dahlia ... Kay Lake  
2006 The Prestige ... Olivia Wenscombe  
2007 The Nanny Diaries ... Annie Braddock  
2008 The Other Boleyn Girl ... Mary Boleyn
2008 Vicky Cristina Barcelona ... Cristina
2008 The Spirit ... Silken Floss
2009 He's Just Not That Into You ... Anna Marks   
2009 Saturday Night Live (TV series) ... Lexi
2010 Iron Man 2 ... Natalie Rushman / Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
BAFTA Awards  
2004  Won  BAFTA Film Award Best Performance by an Actress in a
                                                       Leading Role   for: Lost in Translation

Boston Society of Film Critics Awards  
2003 - BSFC Award Best Actress   for: Lost in Translation

Chlotrudis Awards  
2002 - Chlotrudis Award Best Supporting Actress    for: Ghost World
2002 - Gertrudis Award

Delta's Choice Awards
2010 - Delta 99 Most Desirable Women - #12
2009 - Delta 99 Most Desirable Women - #4
2008 - Delta 99 Most Desirable Women - #5
2007 - Delta 99 Most Desirable Women - #1
2006 - Delta 99 Most Desirable Women - #1
2005 - Delta 99 Most Desirable Women - #1
2005 - Delta      Most memorable singing performance   
                                                                      for: Lost in Translation
2004 - Delta 99 Most Desirable Women - Debuted at #21
2003 - Delta      Best Actress    for: Lost in Translation

Gotham Awards  
2008 - Best Ensemble Cast     for: Vicky Cristina Barcelona

Hasty Pudding Theatricals, USA  
2007 - Woman of the Year

Hollywood Film Festival  
2003 - Hollywood Breakthrough Award Breakthrough Acting - Female

Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards  
2004 - New Generation Award

Palm Springs International Film Festival  
2004 - Rising Star Award

Sant Jordi Awards  
2005 - Sant Jordi Best Foreign Actress (Mejor Actriz Extranjera)
                                  for: Lost in Translation and Girl with a Pearl Earring
Tony Awards
2010 - Tony  Best Featured Actress in a Play  for: A View from the Bridge

Toronto Film Critics Association Awards  
2001 - TFCA Award Best Supporting Performance, Female   
                                                                             for: Ghost World
Venice Film Festival  
2003 - Upstream Prize Best Actress     for: Lost in Translation

Young Artist Awards  
2002 - Young Artist Award  Best Ensemble in a Feature Film  
                                                                         for: An American Rhapsody
2002 - Young Artist Award  Best Performance in a Feature Film -
                           Leading Young Actress      for: An American Rhapsody

YoungStar Awards  
1998 - YoungStar Award  Best Performance by a Young Actress in a
                                                Drama Film      for: The Horse Whisperer