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Happy Birthday Anne Hathaway: GossipCenter Looks Back at the 31-Year-Old's Best Roles

Posted Tuesday November 12, 2013 5:18 PM GMT

Over the years she's wowed us on the big screen and in honor of Anne Hathaway's 31st birthday, GossipCenter took a look back at five of her best performances.

Whether she's singing her heart out while getting a buzz cut, or trying to impress her ruthless boss portrayed by the always impressive Meryl Streep, the Oscar-winning actress never fails to impress when she takes on a new role.

Take a look at GCN's favorite Anne characters below and let us know your favorite!

"The Dark Knight Rises" - As Selina, Anne got to straddle the line between villain and reluctant hero, expertly complementing Christian Bale's Batman/Bruce Wayne portrayal. Additionally, Hathaway’s flawless figure really added to the aesthetic, given that she wore a skin-tight catsuit for the majority of the film.

"Les Miserables" – The whole world applauded Anne’s work as Fantine, and she even went so far as to chop off her gorgeous chocolate locks on camera. And though the reviews were mixed on her new hairdo, the Academy was unanimous in awarding her a Best Supporting Actress Oscar trophy!

"Rachel Getting Married" – Really showing her range, Hathaway stole the show as Kym, a young woman who has been in and out of rehab for a decade. She even scored Best Actress nods from both the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards.

"The Devil Wears Prada" - As if working opposite Meryl Streep wasn’t intimidating enough, Anne had to play the role of Andy, a naïve assistant to a high-powered, narcissistic magazine editor. The film was great and Hathaway and Streep were nominated for Teen Choice Award.

"Princess Diaries" – Things really got rolling for Anne as Mia Thermopolis, the heir apparent to the throne of Genovia. Of course, having the legendary Julie Andrews as a costar was likely immensely helpful, Hathaway showed plenty of promise and natural on-screen charisma on her own.