Robin WrightRobin Gayle Wright (born April 8, 1966) is an American actress and director. She has won a Golden Globe Award and a Satellite Award, and has received eleven Emmy Award nominations for her work in television.
Wright first gained attention for her role in the NBC Daytime soap opera ''Santa Barbara'' as Kelly Capwell from 1984 to 1988. She then made the transition to film, starring in the romantic comedy fantasy adventure film ''The Princess Bride'' (1987). This role led her to further success in the film industry, with starring roles in films such as ''Forrest Gump'' (1994), the romantic drama ''Message in a Bottle'' (1999), the superhero drama-thriller ''Unbreakable'' (2000), the historical drama ''The Conspirator'' (2010), the biographical sports drama ''Moneyball'' (2011), the mystery thriller ''The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo'' (2011), the biographical drama ''Everest'' (2015), the superhero film ''Wonder Woman'' (2017), and the neo-noir science fiction film ''Blade Runner 2049'' (2017).
Wright starred as Claire Underwood in the Netflix political drama streaming television series ''House of Cards'', for which she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in 2013, becoming the first actress to win a Golden Globe for a streaming television series. Wright has received six Primetime Emmy Award nominations in the Outstanding Lead Actress category for ''House of Cards'' (one for each season), and two nominations in the Outstanding Drama Series category in 2016 and 2017 as a producer on the show.
Wright is one of the highest paid actresses in the United States, earning US$420,000 per episode for her role in ''House of Cards'' in 2016. Provided by Wikipedia