UK actress Hannah Murray gained critical acclaim and awards recognition for her past role in the television series "Skins". As that television series was coming to an end she acted in three movies and became part of the cast of "Game of Thrones". However, one thing that Hannah Murray has not pursued is becoming the featured actress in a film but that will likely be changing in 2014 with the UK film "God Help the Girl" and the US film "Lily & Kat".
Hannah Murray will be one of the featured actress in her two movie releases of 2014 and this represents a huge move forward in her career. Despite having won awards for her outstanding performance in "Skins" she has not achieved the major successes of her Skin colleagues such as Nicholas Hoult, Dev Patel and Kay Scodelario who each have become media darlings for their recent acting accomplishments.
As a featured actress Hannah Murray will be able to build on her impressive acting resume and despite preferring not to be accorded attention from entertainment reporters and her fans she will receive it and if her performances are similar to those of her past that attention will be well deserved.
Hannah Murray may not seek the spotlight and might not be entirely comfortable receiving attention for her acting performances but when an actress is as skilled as Hannah Murray it becomes almost impossible for one to not be afforded public and professional notice for their excellent performances. In 2014 Hannah Murray will become a lead actress of prominence in Hollywood and the UK because of her movie performances and be mentioned in the same sentences as her "Skins" colleagues as another one of the excellent actors and actresses of this cast who have continued to prosper as lead actors and actresses in new roles.
Young actors and actresses can look at Hannah Murray's career trajectory and realise that quality always outweighs quantity when building one's resume and reputation as a thespian or in any other profession.