Rooney Mara is slowly becoming a household name for her chameleon approach to taking on challenging roles and refusing to be typecast. From a typical American teen to a Swedish computer hacker, and most recently a Texas outlaw in the 1970s in August’s Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, let’s take a look at some of the many changing faces of Rooney Mara’s dynamic career to date.
One of Rooney’s first TV roles - she played a small role in an episode of Law and Order as a teen involved in school bullying. Rooney changed directions and played typical American high school girls for a while in indie films Dare and Tanner Hall.
Soft curls, braids, highlighted hair, and dresses that look straight off the rail at The Gap. Giving the horror genre a try, Rooney starred in a remake of this classic horror from 1984. To play Erica Albright, a Boston University student who gives Jess Eisenberg’s Mark Zuckerberg some harsh truths, Rooney got into full New England collegiate uniform.


She looked pretty, but smart, as evidenced by the no-nonsense colour scheme consisting of shades of brown, grey, and navy. Rooney was unrecognizable in her Oscar-nominated turn as Lisbeth Salander in the English-language film of the first of Stieg Larsson’s best selling Millenium Trilogy novels. For the edgy role, Mara cut her hair and dyed it black, shaved her eyebrows, and got four piercings in her ears, one in her eyebrow and another in one nipple.
She donned additional fake piercings and tattoos to complement her all black ensembles to portray the rebellious and deviant computer hacker.
Many of her subsequent red carpet looks showed off her new black-and-white minimalistic sartorial preference. Rooney took on another challenging role in Steven Soderbergh’s Side Effects, playing a young woman who might have committed murder due to the side effects of a drug she was prescribed.
Oftentimes in prison uniforms or mental hospital gowns, Rooney gave an emotional performance that was a standout in the all-star cast.


Distancing herself from the schoolgirl roles of the previous year, Rooney spent much of the movie bloodied and screaming.
She stars opposite Casey Affleck, who plays an outlaw trying to get home to his wife (Mara) and the child he never met. Sounds like another fantastic part for an actress who continues to excel in every genre she tries.



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