Wright, who also played a heroic Amazon general in this summer’s hit “Wonder Woman,” and the “debonair Frenchman” were were first pictured together in September during Paris fashion week at a soccer match at Parc des Princes Stadium.
Wright’s son, Hopper, from her previous marriage to Sean Penn, was with her and Giraudet.
Following Season 4 in 2016, Wright stated that she felt Claire Underwood was the equal of Frank Underwood and demanded equal pay for her performance as her co-star Kevin Spacey; Netflix acquiesced.
On January 12, 2014, she won a Golden Globe for the role, becoming the first actress to win the award for an online-only web television series; she was nominated for the same award the following year.
She also received nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award in 20 for the same role.
She transitioned into feature film work as Buttercup in the cult film The Princess Bride (1987).
She gained critical acclaim in her role as Jenny Curran in Forrest Gump (1994), receiving Golden Globe Award and Screen Actors Guild nominations for Best Supporting Actress.
For the years 2014, 2016, and 2017, Wright received Best Actress in a Drama Series nominations for the Critics' Choice Television Awards, with her being the only nomination for the show in December 2017.
In October 2017, Wright was set as the show's new lead, following sexual misconduct allegations against Spacey, which resulted in him being fired from the sixth and final season.
In 1996 she starred in the lead role of the film adaptation of Daniel Defoe's Moll Flanders (1996), for which she received a Satellite Award Nomination for Best Actress in a Drama.
She was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actress for her role in She's So Lovely (1997), a film in which she co-starred with her then-husband Sean Penn.
Wright first gained attention for her role in the NBC Daytime soap opera Santa Barbara, as Kelly Capwell from 1984 to 1988.
She then made the transition to film, starring in the romantic comedy fantasy adventure film The Princess Bride (1987).
Wright received her third Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for her role in the television film Empire Falls (2005).