Carey Mulligan thinks that TV has more to offer to female actresses

Actress Carey Mulligan has decided to turn her back on films in favour of TV projects as she hunts for stronger female roles.

This Oscar nominated actress started her career in 2005's Pride & Prejudice portraying Kitty Bennet, alongside Keira Knightley and Donald Sutherland.

Four years later she was nominated for Academy Award for her role of Jenny Mellor in Lone Scherfig's drama An Education (2009).

Mulligan is also a singer, but her parents were against her talents, when she was young, and she had to fight them to become what she is today.

Mulligan's first TV appearance was in TV mini-series Bleak House (2005). She has also starred in The Amazing Mrs Pritchard (2006).

Carey Mulligan's most recent TV effort was The Walker (2015), and she will appear in this year's TV mini-series Collateral (2018).

For Mulligan, TV is where actresses can show their full potential and have more interesting roles than in movies.

She is, of course, working for the big screen too. Mulligan will appear in the upcoming Wildfire (2018) and An Uncivil War.

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