Minnie Driver

Minnie Driver first came to the attention of audiences and critics alike in 1995 for her critically acclaimed performance in “Circle of Friends,” in which she starred with Chris O’Donnell.  She went on to earn Oscar and Screen Actors Guild nominations, both in the category of Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role for Miramax’s award-winning feature, “Good Will Hunting,” directed by Gus Van Sant.  In 1998 she was honoured with ShoWest’s prestigious Female Star of Tomorrow for her work. 

Driver’s film career is filled with characters from all over the world, as well as diverse choices in both the independent and major film worlds.  Among her critically acclaimed performances are the films “Take,” the dark comedy, “Grosse Pointe Blank,” “Return to Me,” “An Ideal Husband;” provided the voice of “Jane” in Walt Disney’s, “Tarzan;” “High Heels and Low Lifes;” “The Governess;”  “Beautiful” (which she produced with her sister, Kate for their production company, Two Drivers); “Big Night;” “Ella Enchanted;” “Sleepers;” the only female alongside Robert DeNiro, Brad Pitt and Dustin Hoffman, directed by Barry Levinson; Marc Evans’ British musical-comedy, “Hunky Dory” (opposite Aneurin Barnard); and the British ensemble comedy “I Give it a Year.”

A singer before she became an actress, Driver lent her vocals to the original title track, “Learn to be Lonely,” written by Andrew Llyod Weber, for the 2004 film version of his “Phantom of the Opera,” directed by Joel Schumacher.  She also made an indelible impression as “Carlotta,” the reigning Italian opera house diva, and received critical praise for her performance including a nomination by the Critics Circle in the Best British Actress in a Supporting Role category.  Driver has also released three solo albums over the years. 

Converging the worlds of music and film, Driver can currently be seen in Searchlight Pictures’ biopic, “Chevalier”, based on the life of the titular French-Caribbean musician, Chevalier de Saint-Georges.

An activist and philanthropist for causes that involve environmental preservation and animal well-being, Driver divides her time between LA and London.



Song by John Lennon and Paul McCartney

Blackbird singing in the dead of night
Take these broken wings and learn to fly
All your life
You were only waiting for this moment to arise


Painting and hand-signed scratchplate by Minnie Driver.
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