Vera Farmiga

Vera Farmiga
Name : Vera Farmiga
Birth Date :06 August 1973
Birth Place :Clifton, New Jersey, United States
Nationality :NA
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Occupation:Actress

Vera Ann Farmiga is an American actress, director, and producer. She began her professional acting career on stage in the original Broadway production of Taking Sides. Farmiga made her television debut in the Fox fantasy adventure series Roar, and her feature film debut in the drama-thriller Return to Paradise.

Vera Farmiga Movies and TV Shows

  • 15 Minutes [9 March 2001 (Spain)]

    Eddie, a homicide detective, and Jordy, a fire marshall, must stop Oleg and Emil, a pair of murderers, who commit videotaped crimes to become media darlings.

  • A Heavenly Vintage [12 November 2009 (New Zealand)]

    An angel (Gaspard Ulliel) helps a 19th-century French peasant (Jérémie Renier) realize his dream of becoming a master winemaker.

  • Annabelle Comes Home [26 June 2019 (USA)]

    Judy and her babysitter are left alone in her house after her parents leave to investigate a case. However, an unexpected guest sets Annabelle free, unleashing demonic activity in the house.

  • At Middleton [5 September 2013 (Poland)]

    Though adversaries at first, romantic sparks begin to fly between a surgeon (Andy Garcia) and a retailer (Vera Farmiga) during a college tour with their teenage offspring.

  • Autumn in New York [11 August 2000 (USA)]

    Autumn in New York follows the sexual exploits of Will Keane, a New York restaurateur, infamous verging-on-50 playboy, master of the no-commitment seduction until he runs into an unexpected dead end when he meets Charlotte Fielding. Charlotte is half Will's age and twice his match, a 21-year-old free spirit yearning to get out and taste the excitement of adult life. It is a season long encounter that will shatter Will's preconceptions about women, sex and responsibility.… MORE

  • Boundaries []

  • Breaking and Entering [7 March 2013 (Bosnia and Herzegovina)]

    Falsifier is a 2013 Serbian comedy film directed by Goran Marković.

  • Burn Your Maps [9 September 2016]

    A 9-year-old boy, grieving with his parents over the recent loss of his baby sister, becomes obsessed with the idea that he's actually a Mongolian goat herder who belongs back home in his small village in Mongolia.

  • Captive State [15 March 2019 (USA)]

    After 10 years of extraterrestrial occupation, residents of Chicago must decide whether to continue to live under alien rule or support the resistance. When young Gabriel Drummond joins the insurgency, he soon finds himself under careful scrutiny from a shadowy figure who's trying to crush the rebellion and its plans for freedom.

  • Closer to the Moon [2007]

    A city is gripped in fear as rolling blackouts create conditions for a new serial killer. After a botched encounter with a surviving victim, the killer uses another blackout to stalk an office building and eliminate the woman who can identify him.

  • Down to the Bone [18 March 2005 (Austria)]

    Irene (Vera Farmiga) is an upstate New York mother of two, married, holds a job as a supermarket checker, and is a cocaine addict. Her husband (Clint Jordan) is also a drug user, but does not support Irene's decision to enter rehab and clean up her life after she realizes how her drug use affects the children. In rehab she meets Bob (Hugh Dillon), a nurse whose sobriety success story further inspires her. But Irene soon finds beating addiction holds greater consequences than addiction itself.… MORE

  • Dummy [10 February 2016 (Philippines)]

    After being in isolation for years, Derek and Hansel find themselves recruited by Interpol to unearth the mystery behind the assassinations of prominent celebrities from all over the world.

  • Dust [5 April 2002 (Italy)]

    After falling in love with the same woman, two brothers (Joseph Fiennes, David Wenham) fight for opposing sides of a battle between Turks and Macedonians.

  • Goats [10 August 2012 (USA)]

    A teen (Graham Phillips) leaves his comfy home for prep school, where he joins the track team, waits for care packages from his pot-smoking buddy (David Duchovny) and falls in love with a promiscuous cafeteria worker (Dakota Johnson).

  • Godzilla: King of the Monsters [13 May 2019 (Beijing)]

    The members of Monarch, an crypto-zoological organisation, must rely on the Godzilla and Mothra to defeat King Ghidorah and Rodan, after the former awakens other dormant Titans to destroy the world.

  • Henry's Crime [8 April 2011 (USA)]

    After serving time for a crime he did not commit, a man (Keanu Reeves) conspires with his former cellmate (James Caan) to rob a bank for real.

  • Higher Ground [26 August 2011 (USA)]

    A fundamentalist's (Vera Farmiga) lifelong struggle with tenets of her church comes to a head in the wake of a tragedy involving her best friend (Dagmara Dominczyk).

  • In Tranzit [16 May 2007]

    Drama unfolds in a transit camp during the winter of 1946, Leningrad, when a group of prisoners of war are sent by the cruel Russian Commander, Pavlov.

  • Iron Jawed Angels [15 January 2004]

    A group of women activists encounter various struggles and make many sacrifices in order to claim the rights of women in the upcoming generations.

  • Joshua [6 July 2007 (USA)]

    Brad and Abby Cairn celebrate the birth of their baby girl with friends and family while their nine-year-old son, Joshua, begins to feel neglected and terrorises the family.

  • Love in the Time of Money [11 January 2002]

    In the backdrop of the 1990's stock market boom, the lives of nine New York residents get intertwined with disastrous results as they try to find love and money.

  • Mind the Gap [13 March 2004]

    Five stories revolve around a single father (Eric Schaeffer), a street performer, a retiree (Alan King), a woman (Elizabeth Reaser) and her dying mother, and a guilt-ridden man.

  • Never Forever [21 June 2007 (South Korea)]

    Never Forever is a 2007 South Korean-American romantic drama film, written and directed by Gina Kim, and starring Vera Farmiga. The film was critically acclaimed when it was first screened at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, and won the Jury Prize at the Deauville American Film Festival.

  • Neverwas [9 September 2005]

    A Yale graduate gets a job at the institution where his father worked on his best-selling novel. While working there, he meets a schizophrenic who helps understand his father's work.

  • Nothing but the Truth [8 September 2008]

    Reporter Rachel Armstrong pens a story that divulges the identity of a secret CIA operative. The US government orders that she reveal her source, but she defies the special prosecutor and is jailed.

  • Orphan [2016 (France)]

    A young woman moves to Paris, hoping she can escape the shadow of her disastrous past.

  • Quid Pro Quo [13 June 2008]

    A paraplegic (Nick Stahl) meets a mysterious woman (Vera Farmiga) who wants to be confined to a wheelchair.

  • Return to Paradise [14 August 1998 (USA)]

    Lewis (Joaquin Phoenix), Sheriff (Vince Vaughn) and Tony (David Conrad) are three friends vacationing in Malaysia. Sheriff and Tony eventually leave to pursue careers in New York, but Lewis stays behind to work with orangutans. Two years later, Sheriff and Tony learn that, because of their past actions, Lewis has been arrested for drug possession. With Lewis facing a death sentence, the friends are left with a difficult decision: return to Malaysia and split Lewis' sentence, or let him die.… MORE

  • Rose Hill [20 April 1997]

    Four orphaned brothers (Jeffrey D. Sams, Justin Chambers, Zak Orth, Tristan Tait) are trying to evade the New York City police when they find a baby abandoned in a carriage. They adopt her and take her out West, where they settle down and raise her on a ranch called "Rose Hill." Years later, in the midst of devastating circumstances, the brothers tell Mary Rose (Jennifer Garner) about her origins, leading to her journey to find her biological family in New York.… MORE

  • Running Scared [16 March 2006 (Russia)]

    A drug operation ends with the murder of a corrupt cop and Joey must dispose the gun carefully. Things get out of control for Joey when a kid steals the gun, kills his father and disappears.

  • Safe House [17 February 2012 (India)]

    Matt, a CIA agent, is tasked with looking after a criminal, locked in a safe house. But when the safe house is attacked, Matt escapes with the criminal in tow.

  • Skin [25 June 2019 (Russia)]

    A young man makes the dangerous choice to leave the white supremacist gang he joined as a teenager. With his former friends against him, he is determined to create a new life for himself -- if he can make it out alive.

  • Snow White [26 September 2012 (Barcelona)]

    Rescued from her evil stepmother (Maribel Verdú) by dwarves, a young woman (Macarena García) becomes a bullfighter like her late father.

  • Source Code [1 May 2011 (India)]

    Army pilot Stevens, recruited for a top-secret operation, finds himself in the body of an unknown man. Soon, he is on a mysterious trail to track down the bomber of the Chicago commuter train.

  • Special Correspondents [22 April 2016]

    Two radio journalists concoct a scheme to fake their kidnappings in South America.

  • The Boy in the Striped Pajamas [12 September 2008 (United Kingdom)]

    Bruno is the eight-year-old son of the commandant at a concentration camp during WWII. His friendship with a Jewish boy he meets across the fence leads to unexpected consequences.

  • The Butterfly Dance [15 May 1998]

    The Butterfly Dance is a 1998 American short mystery drama film, written and directed by Max Reynal, and starring Vera Farmiga, Phil Kauffmann, and Reade Kelly. The film premiered at the WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival on May 15, 1998, where it won the Gold Remi Award for Best Dramatic Short.

  • The Commuter [26 October 2010]

  • The Conjuring [2 August 2013 (India)]

    The Perron family moves into a farmhouse where they experience paranormal phenomena. They consult demonologists, Ed and Lorraine Warren, to help them get rid of the evil entity haunting them.

  • The Conjuring 2 [10 June 2016 (India)]

    Peggy, a single mother of four children, seeks the help of occult investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren when she and her children witness strange, paranormal events in their house.

  • The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It [10 September 2020 (Slovakia)]

    Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren try to uncover the truth behind a murderer's claim of demonic possession.

  • The Departed [26 September 2006 (New York)]

    An undercover agent and a spy constantly try to counter-attack each other in order to save themselves from being exposed in front of the authorities. Meanwhile, both try to infiltrate an Irish gang.

  • The Escape [23 October 2016]

    The Escape is a 2016 American short action film produced by BMW to promote the car manufacturer's 2017 5 Series. It was directed and co-written by Neill Blomkamp, and stars Clive Owen, Jon Bernthal, Dakota Fanning, and Vera Farmiga.

  • The Front Runner [23 November 2018 (Sweden)]

    Gary Hart, a US senator, decides to run for the President of United States. However, during the presidential campaign, the paparazzi sheds light on Hart's extramarital relationship with Donna Rice.

  • The Hard Easy [4 November 2006]

    Two unrelated men (Henry Thomas, David Boreanaz) assemble two separate gangs to try to rob a jewelry store on the same day.

  • The Judge [9 October 2014 (Argentina)]

    Years after he returns to his hometown, Chicago-based lawyer Hank Palmer decides to fight the case for his father, Joseph, an adjudicator, who is accused of murder.

  • The Manchurian Candidate [18 December 1987 (USA)]

    Helen Archer, a vocalist on the radio, and Francis Phelan, a league pitcher, return to their birth city New York for Halloween, where a series of unfortunate events occur.

  • The Many Saints of Newark [11 March 2021 (Russia)]

    A look at the formative years of New Jersey gangster, Tony Soprano. Tensions rise between African Americans and Italian Americans in Newark, N.J., in 1967.

  • The Nun [6 May 1966 (Cannes)]

    Suzanne (Anna Karina) unwillingly joins a religious order, but the presence of the kindly mother superior, Mme. de Moni (Micheline Presle), makes life seem bearable. When Mme. de Moni dies, though, she is replaced by Sister Sainte-Christine (Francine Bergé), a sadistic disciplinarian with a grudge against Suzanne. Suzanne obtains a transfer to a different convent -- until she discovers that her new abbess, Mme. de Chelles (Liselotte Pulver), is a sexual predator.… MORE

  • The Opportunists [21 June 2000]

    All Victor Kelly (Christopher Walken) really wants is to be a responsible man, earn an honest living, and in so doing, redeem himself for the lifetime of trouble he has brought down on his small, fractured family. But Vic's skills as an auto mechanic are not nearly as marketable as his safe-cracking skills, and he soon finds himself risking everything for a chance to make an easy score.… MORE

  • Up in the Air [30 November 2009 (Los Angeles)]

    Ryan, a corporate downsizing expert, takes his new colleague on his office tour. On the way, he meets another flier and the two begin a casual relationship.

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QA About Vera Farmiga

What is birthdate of Vera Farmiga?

- 06 August 1973.

What is BirthPlace of Vera Farmiga?

- Clifton, New Jersey, United States.

What is Nationality of Vera Farmiga?

- NA.

What is Height of Vera Farmiga?

- NA.

What is Age of Vera Farmiga?

- 47.

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