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      Colleen Atwood

      Colleen Atwood

      Highest Rated: 95% The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

      Lowest Rated: 19% The Huntsman: Winter's War (2016)

      Birthday: Sep 25, 1948

      Birthplace: Yakima, Washington, USA

      Colleen Atwood grew up in the state of Washington where she gravitated towards art. As she came of age in the 1970s, she studied painting before transitioning to a fashion-focused career and journeying across the country to New York City. Through her social circles, Atwood wound up working in film as an assistant working on scenic design and costumes. Before long, she took on full-fledged costume designer roles, with her first lead credit on the Corey Haim-starring "Firstborn" (1983). That somewhat forgettable flick was just a footnote for her work on Sting's "Bring on the Night" (1985) documentary and tour, which was very well received. For the rest of the '80s, Atwood kept busy, but it wasn't until she moved to Los Angeles and started working with Tim Burton that her career really took off. She first worked with Burton on "Edward Scissorhands" (1990), the same year she was the costume designer for "The Silence of the Lambs" (1990). Her first Oscar nomination came a few years later for her work on the Winona Ryder-starring "Little Women" (1994) adaptation. She became a fixture in Hollywood, spending the '90s working on a variety of films including "Wyatt Earp" (1994), "Mars Attacks!" (1996), and "Sleepy Hollow" (1999). She broke through and won an Oscar for her costuming work with Best Picture winner "Chicago" (2002) and then turned around and won another one for "Memoirs of a Geisha" (2005). She continued to work with Tim Burton over the years as well, eventually winning an Oscar with him for "Alice in Wonderland" (2010) after several nominations. In the 2010s, Atwood turned to television, working on the costumes for "Arrow" (The CW 2012- ), "The Flash (The CW 2014- ), and "Supergirl" (CBS/The CW 2015- ). In 2017, she added another Oscar to her name with her work on "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" (2016).

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      Colleen Atwood Colleen Atwood in the press room for The 89th Academy Awards Oscars 2017 - Press Room, The Dolby Theatre at Hollywood and Highland Center, Los Angeles, CA February 26, 2017. Photo By: Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection Colleen Atwood at arrivals for INTO THE WOODS World Premiere - Part 2, Ziegfeld Theatre, New York, NY December 8, 2014. Photo By: Gregorio T. Binuya/Everett Collection MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA, costume designer Colleen Atwood, 2005. ©Columbia Pictures

      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Beetlejuice Beetlejuice Costume Design - 2024
      67% 94% The Little Mermaid Costume Design $298.2M 2023
      No Score Yet 11% Where Are You Costume Design - 2022
      46% 83% Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore Costume Designer $95.8M 2022
      67% 50% Lady and the Tramp Costume Design - 2019
      68% 84% Bombshell Costume Design $31.7M 2019
      46% 48% Dumbo Costume Design $114.8M 2019
      36% 53% Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Costume Design $159.4M 2018
      53% 55% Tomb Raider Costume Design $57.3M 2018
      74% 79% Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Costume Design $234.0M 2016
      64% 60% Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Costume Design $87.2M 2016
      29% 48% Alice Through the Looking Glass Costume Design $77.0M 2016
      19% 45% The Huntsman: Winter's War Costume Design $48.0M 2016
      33% 24% Blackhat Costume Design $7.8M 2015
      71% 49% Into the Woods Costume Design $128.0M 2014
      72% 68% Big Eyes Costume Design $14.5M 2014
      49% 52% Snow White and the Huntsman Costume Design $155.1M 2012
      35% 46% Dark Shadows Costume Design $79.7M 2012
      51% 36% The Rum Diary Costume Design $13.1M 2011
      37% 51% In Time Costume Design $37.6M 2011
      21% 42% The Tourist Costume Design $67.6M 2010
      51% 55% Alice in Wonderland Costume Design $334.2M 2010
      39% 37% Nine Costume Design $19.7M 2009
      68% 59% Public Enemies Costume Design $97.0M 2009
      86% 81% Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Costume Design $52.9M 2007
      71% 69% Mission: Impossible III Costume Design $133.4M 2006
      36% 83% Memoirs of a Geisha Costume Design $57.0M 2005
      86% 83% Chicago Costume Design $170.7M 2002
      44% 27% Planet of the Apes Costume Design $180.0M 2001
      54% 44% The Mexican Costume Design $66.8M 2001
      58% 65% Mumford Costume Design $4.6M 1999
      70% 80% Sleepy Hollow Costume Design $101.1M 1999
      40% 72% Fallen Costume Design $25.2M 1998
      26% 32% Buddy Costume Design $10.0M 1997
      82% 87% Gattaca Costume Design $12.3M 1997
      40% 44% Head Above Water Costume Design - 1996
      56% 53% Mars Attacks! Costume Design $37.8M 1996
      93% 84% Little Women Costume Design $48.8M 1994
      32% 61% Wyatt Earp Costume Design $24.6M 1994
      25% 27% Born Yesterday Costume Design $17.8M 1993
      93% 80% Lorenzo's Oil Costume Design $6.9M 1992
      71% 72% Rush Costume Design $6.6M 1991
      95% 95% The Silence of the Lambs Costume Design $130.7M 1991
      32% 43% The Handmaid's Tale Costume Design $1.2M 1990
      67% 54% Joe Versus the Volcano Costume Design $39.1M 1990
      No Score Yet 43% Hider in the House Costume Design - 1989
      61% 37% The Pick-Up Artist Costume Design $11.6M 1987
      65% 41% Someone to Watch Over Me Costume Design $8.9M 1987
      94% 77% Manhunter Costume Design $7.0M 1986
      No Score Yet 75% Out of the Darkness Costume Design - 1985