The day of birth of Frances O'Connor is not on record. She is an American Actress, known for A little bit of soul (1997), Mansfield Park (2000), A.I. (2001), Frances O'Connor's first movie on record is from 1997. Her last motion picture on file dates from 2011.
Frances O'Connor Filmography [Auszug]
2011:  The Hunter (Cast), Directed by Daniel Nettheim, with Willem Dafoe, Sam Neill,
2003:  Timeline (Cast), Directed by Richard Donner, with Paul Walker, Gerard Butler,
2002:  The Importance of Being Earnest (Cast), Directed by Oliver Parker, with Judi Dench, Rupert Everett, Colin Firth,
2001:  A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) (Cast: Monica Swinton), Directed by Steven Spielberg, with , Haley Joel Osment,
2000:  Mansfield Park (Cast), Directed by Patricia Rozema, with Embeth Davidtz, Jonny Lee Miller, Alessandro Nivola,
2000:  Bedazzled (Cast: Alison / Nicole), Directed by Harold Ramis, with Paul Adelstein, Brendan Fraser, Elizabeth Hurley,
1997: [/ /1] A little bit of soul (Cast), Directed by Peter Duncan, with Heather Mitchell, Geoffrey Rush,
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