Actress Scarlett Johansson has been in 43 films as of September 2015. She is perhaps most famous for her role as Black Widow and Natasha Romanoff in the Marvel feature films.
Scarlett Johansson is an American actress. Her first role in the film industry was in the 1994 fantasy comedy film "North" at age nine. Johansson went on to play minor roles in classics such as "If Lucy Fell" in 1996 and "Fall" in 1997, before gaining more attention for her role as Grace in "The Horse Whisperer," in 1998. Johansson shifted into more adult roles with her work in "Lost in Translation" in 2003, which won her a Golden Globe nomination. Johansson has additionally begun careers in modeling and music.