American actress, singer, and food writer, Gwyneth Paltrow made her acting debut with television film ‘High’ (1989) directed by her father Bruce Paltrow. She garnered early attention with starring roles in films like ‘Seven’ (1995), ‘Emma’ (1996) and ‘Sliding Doors’ (1998). However, she rose to international fame portraying Viola De Lesseps in the 1998 film ‘Shakespeare in Love’ that won her an Oscar and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress. Other notable works of Gwyneth includes the film ‘Proof’ (2005) that fetched her Golden Globe nomination and television series ‘Glee’ (2010–11; 2014) that won her a Primetime Emmy Award in 2011.
Daughter of American television and film director-producer Bruce Paltrow and American actress Blythe Danner, Gwyneth forayed into acting as teenager. With time she proved her mettle in the field raising the bar with several critically acclaimed and commercially successful films. However, some of her films were also box-office disappointments with critics panning them as her worst performances.
Filmography of Gwyneth Paltrow includes some of her best roles in top-grossing films like ‘A Perfect Murder’ (1998), ‘Shakespeare in Love’ and ‘Shallow Hal’ (2001). Her box-office failures include films like ‘Hard Eight’ (1996) and ‘Duets’ (2000).