Although she's been acting for over a decade, it wasn't until 2003 that Scarlett
burst onto the scene with a star-making performance in Lost in
Translation. Scarlett has spent the last several years appearing in a wide variety of
films, including a historical drama, 2003’s Girl with a Pearl Earring, a science-fiction
thriller, 2005’s The Island, and even a feature-length cartoon, lending her voice to 2004’
s The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie. Scarlett’s reputation for hooking up with some
of the hottest men in Hollywood -- young (Josh Hartnett) and old (Benicio Del Toro) --
precedes her, and she’s made it clear on several occasions that she doesn’t entirely
believe in the concept of monogamy.

2006 was an expectedly busy year for Scarlett, as the actress appeared in three films of
varying success. Scoop reunited the actress with her Match Point director, Woody
Allen, while The Black Dahlia found Scarlett acting opposite then-boyfriend Josh
Hartnett. Scarlett also appeared in The Prestige and lent her voice to two episodes of
Comedy Central’s Robot Chicken.

True to her sassy and daring nature, Scarlett raised eyebrows in February when she
appeared naked along with Keira Knightley on the cover of Vanity Fair; making it clear,
once again, why she’s remained a fixture on this list for the last several years and why
she skyrocketed from No. 21 to No. 1 in 2005.

Scarlett was born on 22 November 1984 in New York City to Melanie Johansson (of
Polish descent) and Karsten Johansson (of Danish descent). Scarlett showed a passion
for acting at a young age and starred in many plays. She has a sister named Vanessa
Johansson, a brother named Adrian, and a twin brother named Hunter Johansson born
three minutes after her.

She began her acting career in 1994 starring as "Laura Nelson" in North. In 1998, the
acclaimed film The Horse Whisperer brought Johansson critical praise and worldwide
recognition. Following the film's success, she starred in many other films including the
critically acclaimed cult film Ghost World (2001) and then the hit Lost in Translation
(2003) with Bill Murray in which she again stunned critics. Later on, she appeared in
Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003).

In 2003, she was nominated for two Golden Globes, one for drama (Girl with a Pearl
Earring) and one for comedy (Lost in Translation). She dropped out of Mission:
Impossible III (2006) due to scheduling conflicts. Her next film role was in The Island
(2005) alongside Ewan McGregor which earned weak reviews from U.S. critics. After
this, she appeared in Woody Allen's Match Point (2005) and was nominated again for a
Golden Globe.

Delta 99 Most Desirable Women  #1
Delta 99 Most Desirable Women  #1
Delta's Choice Award - Most Memorable Singing Performance by a non Traditional
                                 Singer - Lost in Translation
Sant Jordi Awards - Best Foreign Actress (Mejor Actriz Extranjera)
                           for: Lost in Translation  & also for Girl with a Pearl Earring
Delta 99 Most Desirable Women  #21
BAFTA Awards - Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
                         for: Lost in Translation
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards - New Generation Award    
Palm Springs International Film Festival  - Rising Star Award    
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards - Best Actress  for: Lost in Translation
Delta's Choice Award - Best Actress   for: Lost in Translation
Hollywood Film Festival - Hollywood Breakthrough Award - Acting - Female
Venice Film Festival - Upstream Prize Best Actress for: Lost in Translation
Chlotrudis Award - Best Supporting Actress   for: Ghost World
Young Artist Awards - Best Ensemble in a Feature Film
                                for: An American Rhapsody
Young Artist Awards - Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actress
                                for: An American Rhapsody
Toronto Film Critics Association Awards - Best Supporting Performance, Female
                                                                 for: Ghost World
Young Star Award - Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama Film
                           for: The Horse Whisperer
#1 Scarlett Johansson
2006   Delta 99