Robin Wright is an American actress and director best recognized as Claire Underwood in the Netflix political drama web-series 'House of Cards' (2013-present). One of her best roles, it earned her a 'Golden Globe Award', making her the first actress to win it for a web television series. She first gained recognition for appearing as Kelly Capwell in the NBC Daytime soap-opera 'Santa Barbara' (1984-88). Her first major film role in 'The Princess Bride' (1987) earned her a 'Saturn Award' nomination.
Other successful movies from her early career included 'Forrest Gump' (1994), 'Message in a Bottle' (1999), and 'Unbreakable' (2000). Most of her films during the 2000s were box-office failures, such as 'The Singing Detective' (2003), 'A Home at the End of the World' (2004), 'Breaking and Entering' (2006), 'Hounddog' (2007), 'What Just Happened' (2008) and 'New York, I Love You' (2008). However, she also starred in critically acclaimed films like 'White Oleander' (2002), 'Nine Lives' (2005), 'State of Play' (2009) and 'The Private Lives of Pippa Lee' (2009).
Her recent filmography consists of hits movies like 'Moneyball' (2011), 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' (2011), 'Everest' (2015), 'Wonder Woman' (2017), 'Justice League' (2017), and 'Blade Runner 2049' (2017).