Some highlights of Sandra Bullock's filmography include "Speed," which brought her national recognition; "The Blind Side," for which she won the Best Leading Actress Academy Award; and "Gravity," which earned her another Academy Award nomination. In 2010, she was nominated for Golden Globe awards for both drama and comedy with her performances in "The Blind Side" and "The Proposal."
Throughout her career, Sandra Bullock has built a reputation for both dramatic and comedic roles. In the 1990s, she starred in dramas like "The Net," "A Time to Kill" and "Demolition Man," as well as romantic comedies like "While You Were Sleeping" and "Practical Magic." She continued working in dramas and comedies into the 2000s, starring in critically-acclaimed films like "Crash" and romantic dramas like "The Lake House" while also appearing in comedies like "Two Weeks Notice," "Miss Congeniality" and its sequel "Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous."
"The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood" is another highlight of Bullock's career; in that 2002 book adaptation, Bullock plays a character who receives a scrapbook about her mother and her friends' youthful exploits.
As of 2015, Sandra Bullock is one of Hollywood's highest-paid actresses, following the box office success of 2013's "The Heat."