Pike had film appearances in the sci-fi film Doom (2005), the crime-mystery thriller film Fracture (2007), the drama film Fugitive Pieces (2007), and the coming-of-age drama An Education (2009), for which she was nominated for the London Film Critics Circle Award for British Supporting Actress of the Year.
She also received British Independent Film Award nominations for An Education, Made in Dagenham (2010), and was nominated for a Genie Award for Barney's Version (2010).
Today they have a son, Solo, two, and she is expecting their second child.
(born 27 January 1979) is an English actress who began her acting career by appearing in stage productions such as Romeo and Juliet and Skylight.
“As an actress I never thought I’d be earning any money,” she said.
Pike, who appears on the cover of Vogue this month, admits she could sometimes appear 'aloof’ and 'ethereal’, putting it down to her determination to become an actress from an early age. This point is what I’ve been working for since I was small sitting at the side of my parents’ rehearsal rooms and figuring out what I believed in.” Now she is about to appear opposite Ben Affleck in one of Hollywood’s most sought after female roles - Amy Dunne, the wife in Gone Girl, directed by David Fincher, who flew her to St Louis to drink whisky with him to see if she had the “balls” to play the part.
Yet compared with the dramas of Rosamund’s own life, that’s a pretty straightforward plot.
After her screen debut in the television film A Rather English Marriage (1998) and television roles in Wives and Daughters (1999) and Love in a Cold Climate (2001), she received international recognition for her film debut as Bond girl Miranda Frost in Die Another Day (2002), for which she received the Empire Award for Best Newcomer.
Following her breakthrough, she won the BIFA Award for Best Supporting Actress for The Libertine (2004) and portrayed Jane Bennet in Pride and Prejudice (2005).
He’s quite good at putting a check on that.” Pike, who has been with Uniacke for six years, first grabbed public attention when she landed the role of the Bond girl in Die Another Day at the age of 21, before going on to appear in Pride and Prejudice and An Education, but she denies that success has fallen into her lap.
“I feel very uncomfortable because people think I have walked into this profession through connections and looks, and they somehow think it’s easy – and it’s not f****** easy. And I didn’t have parents, or a social set, who had anything to do with the film industry,” she said.