And she was, by movies that failed critically and at the box office — Smilla’s Sense Of Snow and The Barber Of Siberia.She was forced to reinvent herself, making a worthy documentary about Bosnian women in Serbian detention camps, becoming involved in anti-slavery activism and devoting herself as a divorced mother to her daughter Sophie, seven.The film ran into problems, fuelled by Monroe’s erratic behaviour and lateness on set, exacerbated by her addiction to alcohol and prescription medication. Vivien Leigh, an astonishing beauty who had shot to stardom in Gone With the Wind, was by then manically depressed, volatile, unpredictable, brazenly promiscuous and jealous of any woman who came near her husband.She reduced Olivier to a nervous wreck with her behaviour.Julia Ormond is the beautiful and classical English actress. She has rose into popularity acting in the films like Legends of the fall (1994), First Knight (1995), Sabrina (1995) and The Barber of Siberia (1998).She has appeared in many Television and movie roles.She won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie for her role in the HBO film Temple Grandin (2010).Ormond first appeared on British television in the 1989 serial Traffik, about the illegal heroin trade from the far East to the streets of Europe.
In one year, 1995, she had three huge Hollywood movies — Sabrina, the remake of the Audrey Hepburn classic, with Harrison Ford; First Knight, a medieval drama with Sean Connery and Richard Gere; and the stylishly miserable western Legends Of The Fall with Brad Pitt.She has appeared on screen with many famous stars like Brad Pitt, Richard Gere, Sean Connery, Harrison Ford, etc. Her grace began to fall as her age began to rise up.However, she is in verge of maintaining this again with her role and excellent performances.She portrays actress Vivien Leigh in a new film, My Week With Marilyn.Early in her career, ironically, she was hailed as the new Vivien Leigh.