Kristin Scott Thomas is a renowned English actress who was best known for her roles in several movies like “Four Weddings and a Funeral”, “The English Patient” and more where she was also known for playing the role in the play “The Seagull”. Scott Thomas has been seen working actively on her career since the year 1984. 

Quick Info
Full NameDame Kristin Ann Scott Thomas DBE
Date of BirthMay 24, 1960
Birth PlaceRedruth, United Kingdom
Parent(s)Deborah Scott Thomas
Simon Scott Thomas
Partner(s)/Spouse(s) François Olivennes (1987-2005)
Net WorthUS $12 million

Personal Life and Relationship

Kristin Scott Thomas, whose real name is Dame Kristin Ann Scott Thomas was born on 24 May 1960 in Redruth, Cornwall, England as a daughter of a mother, Deborah Scott Thomas, and father, Simon Scott Thomas whose father used to be a Lieutenant Commander where he was a pilot in the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm who had died in a flight accident. Kristin Scott Thomas has a small sister named Serena Scott Thomas.

 In the year 1987, Scott Thomas married French gynecologist Francois Olivennes and they gave birth to their three children, Hannah, Joseph, and George but later, in 2005, they divorced.

Kristin Scott Thomas

Age, Nationality, and Physical Stats

Kristin Scott Thomas holds both English and French nationality and belongs to Welsh, English, and Dutch ethnicity. Currently, she is 60 years old with a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.68 m) and a weight of 56 kg. She has got body measurements of 34-27-35 inches and has blonde hair with green eyes. As she was born on 24 May, her zodiac sign is Gemini.


Young Life and Education

Earlier, when Kristin Scott Thomas was only five years old, her father died in a fly accident and after that, her mother remarried to Lt Cdr Simon Idiens who is also a Royal Navy pilot but he also died in a flying accident after six years of her father’s death. For her education, she attended Cheltenham Ladies’ College, and then, she also went to attend St Antony’s Leweston. 

Later, Kristin Scott Thomas decided to move to Paris where she was seen working as an au pair, and started doing her study at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts et techniques du theatre.


Social Media

Scott Thomas has an Instagram account with the tag name (@kristinscottthomes) where she had posted 732 posts and has 74.7K followers.



Movies Career

Scott Thomas started her film career after she had been cast in a short movie “Charly” in 1985. After that, he was seen appearing as Mary Sharon is an American musical movie “Under the Cherry Moon” in 1986 for which she had earned several nominations for her role. Later, in 1987, she was seen as Julie in a French movie “Agent trouble” which was directed by Jean-Pierre Mocky. 

Kristin Scott Thomas

In the year 1988, she was seen playing the role of Marie in a Swiss-French drama movie “Lounge Chair” which was directed by Jean-Francois Amiguent. In the same year, she was also cast as Brenda Last o a British movie “A Handful of Dust” in 1988 for which she had won the Evening Standard British Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer. Further, she had been seen in several movies like “Force Majeure”, “Bille en Tete”, “Le Bal du Gouverneur”, “The Bachelor”, “Valentino! I Love You”, “Aux Yeux du monde” and “Bitter Moon”.

Likewise, Kristin Scott Thomas was seen playing the role of Fiona in a British romantic comedy movie “Four Weddings and a Funeral” in 1994 for which she had won BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role Evening Standard British Film Award for Best Actress. after that, she was seen appearing on the movies like An Unforgettable Summer”, “En Mai, Fais Ce Qu’il te plait” and “The Confessional”.

In 1995, he was seen playing the role of Matty Crompton in an American British romance drama movie “Angels & Insects” which was directed by Philip Haas and he had won the Evening Standard British Film Award for Best Actress for his role in the movie.

In addition, Kristin Scott Thomas was seen cast in several movies including “Richard III”, “Les Milles”, “The Pompatus of Love”, “Plaisir d’Offrir”, “Mission: Impossible”, “Souvenir”, “Microcosmos”, “Amour et confusions”, “The Horse Whisperer”, “Sweet Revenge”, “Random Hearts”, “Up at the Villa”, “Play” and “Life as a House”.

In 1996, she was seen playing the role of Katharine Clifton on a British American epic romantic war drama movie “The English Patient” for which she had won the National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actress. later, In 2001, Kristin Scott Thomas was cast as Sylvia McCordle in a satirical black comedy mystery movie “Gosford Park” for which she had won several awards including the Broadcast movie Critics Association Award for Best Cast, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by Cast in a Motion Picture and many more.

Further, she was seen appearing in the movies such as “Small Cuts”, “Arsene Lupin”, “Man to Man”, “Chromophobia”, “Keeping Mum”, “The Valet”, “Tell No One”, “The Walker”, “The Golden Compass” as a voice actor, “The Other Boleyn Girl” and “Seuls Two”. In the year 2008, she was cast as Juliette on a Canadian drama movie “I’ve Loved You So Long” for which she had won European Film Award for Best Actress and the London Film Critics Award for British Actress of the Year.

Later, she was cast as Ann Fergusson in a French action thriller movie “Largo Winch” in 2008, and then, she was also seen as Alette Naylor on an American romantic comedy movie “Confessions of Shopaholic” in 2009. Likewise, Kristin Scott Thomas was also seen as Julia Jarmond on a French drama “Sarah’s Key” for which she had won Lumieres Award for Best Actress Globe de Cristal Award for Best Actress.

Further, Kristin Scott Thomas was cast in various movies like “Leaving”, “Nowhere Boy”, “Love Crime” In your Hands”, “Salmon Fishing in the Yemen”, “The Women in the Fifth”, “Bel Ami”, “Looking for Hortense”, “In the House”, “Only God Forgives”, “Before the Winter Chill”, “The Invisible Woman”, “My Old Lady”, “Suite Francaise”, “The Party”, “Darkest Hour”, “Tomb Raider”, “Au bout des Doigts”, “Military Wives”, “ Rebecca” and “Cinquieme set”.

Kristin Scott Thomas

Television Career

Scott Thomas started her television career after she had been cast on a television series “Les etiquettes du commissaire Maigret” in 1984. In the same year, she was also cast as Nancy on an American television miniseries “Mistral’s Daughter”.

Further, she was seen appearing on several television movies and series like “Sentiments”, “Sentimental Journey”, “The Tenth Man”, “The Endless Game”, “Spymaker: The Secret Life of lan Fleming”, “Framed”, “Titmuss Regained”, “Look at it This Way”, “Weep No More, My Lady”, “, “Body & Soul”, “Belle Epoque”, “Gulliver’s Travels”, “Absolutely Fabulous”, “One Red Nose Day and a Wedding”, “Fleabag” and “Talking Heads”. Further, she will be seen appearing as Diana Taverner on a spy thriller television series “Slow Horses”.

Besides this, Kristin Scott Thomas was also seen participating in several theatre productions. In the year 2008, she had won Olivier Awards for Best Actress for the play “The Seagull”.


Net Worth

The estimated net worth of Kristin Scott Thomas is $12 million dollars.