A brassy, sassy Scottish lassie, Glasgow's Kelly MacDonald aroused everyone with her very first film role in the tantalizing, trend-setting Trainspotting (1996). As heroin addict Ewan McGregor's love interest, Kelly kicked audiences in the head with her skintastic enthusiasm during a wild-and-flailing, post-nightclubbing sex scene set to Blondie's '80s dancehall standard "Atomic." It's to McGregor's--and the audience's--shock when it's discovered the next morning that Kelly's character is a lustful, Lolita-esque schoolgirl. Her career firmly established, Kelly then appeared immediately, if not skin-worthily, in such projects as Cousin Bette (1998), Splendor (1999), and The Loss of Sexual Innocence (1999). In 2007, Kelly traded her Scottish brogue for a Texas drawl in the gritty Oscar-winning crime drama No Country for Old Men. For her award-winning role in The Girl in the Cafe (2005), Kelly really stirred our coffee with a nice look at her dairy creamers. We can't wait for a refill.
Splendor (1999) - as Mike
Intermission (2003) - as Deirdre
Choke (2008) - as Paige Marshall