Unknown facts from the life of Nicole Kidman

Unknown facts from the life of Nicole Kidman

A popular Hollywood actress, the first Australian, received the "Oscar" in the nomination "Best Actress", the face of the fragrance Chanel №5, ex-wife of Tom Cruise ... All this - Nicole Kidman. However, the details of "private affair" the actress, 20 June 2012 which celebrated its 45th anniversary, is not confined to such common characteristics.

Despite the fact that Nicole Kidman is considered an Australian actress, she was born in Hawaii, USA.

The actress admitted that in the beginning of the career, she dyed her hair to red, more suitable for pale skin, but actually was a natural blonde.

Unknown facts from the life of Nicole Kidman

Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman

With the growth of 180 cm (up to 176 cm Nicole has grown already to 13 years), it was higher than his former spouse Tom Cruise more than 10 cm.

The trial of divorce, Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise, which lasted 2 years, ended the same week when the world rolling out the horror of "Other" with the actress (2001).

One of the rehearsals of the dance numbers for "Moulin Rouge!" In 2001 Kidman over for a broken rib. At the time of the restoration of health of the actress filming had been suspended.

Kidman gave up the role of Roxie Hart in "Chicago" (2002), as did not want to work in the second musical succession. The role went to her friend actress Renee Zellweger and earned her a nomination for "Oscar".

On the set of the painting "Portrait of a Lady" actress wore a corset to pull the waist to 48 cm.

She played three character named Grace - in the Saturday Night Live skit with Mike Myers (1975), in "Other" (2001) and the film "Dogville" (2003).

Unknown facts from the life of Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman - left-handed, but for the role of Virginia Woolf, who was right-handed, in the film "The Hours" learned to write with his right hand. Her efforts were not in vain and were rewarded credence acting Kidman earned Academy Award statuette in the category "Best Actress". By the way, Nicole officially became the first Australian who won the main prize of the Academy. During the filming of the picture "The Hours" and off-site Nicole Kidman wore a bill nose a la Virginia Woolf - so Kidman managed to avoid pesky paparazzi had attacked her with a tripled persistence after her divorce from Tom Cruise.

January 13, 2003 was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

In 1995 he starred in the film "Batman Forever," with Val Kilmer - this role was for Nicole only in the saga of the exploits of man-bat, but even before it, in 1993, she appeared in the film "My Life," with Michael Keaton, in 1996, he starred in "Portrait of a lady" with Christian Bale, and in 1997 - in the "Peacemaker" with George Clooney. All actors at different times wore tights and a cape protector of Gotham city.

Twice he played a witch - in the movie "Practical Magic" with Sandra Bullock (1998) and "Witch" with Will Ferrell (2005).

Not even graduated from high school, Nicole has an IQ of 132+ - which corresponds to the PhD level.

Never use an understudy to shoot nude scenes.

One of the actresses hobby is writing short stories (and hopes to publish them someday), and also enjoys playing the piano (her performance fans could be heard in the film "Cold Mountain").

Nicole entered the Guinness Book of Records as the actress received the highest advertising fee. During the campaign shooting for Chanel No. 5 Kidman received 3, 71 million dollars for a 4-minute infomercial, that is earned 928, 8 thousand dollars per minute.

The actress is very concerned about the consequences of the abuse of tan because trying not to leave the house without a cream with a high an SPF, sunglasses and wide-brimmed hat. Even a close friend of Kidman, actress Naomi Watts in an interview admitted that "Nicole and across the street will not go without a hat." Nicole Kidman acute allergic to strawberries.

Unknown facts from the life of Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban

At the wedding, the actress with Keith Urban, June 25, 2006 was attended by 230 guests, among whom were Naomi Watts, Russell Crowe, Baz Luhrmann and Hugh Jackman, who played in honor of the young song Tenterfield Saddle. Also among the guests was Jim Carrey - the actor was eager to attend the ceremony, and even book a flight to Sydney, but at the last moment still canceled his trip due to tight work schedule.

As a wedding gift Keith gave Nicole the first edition of the novel by Emily Bronte, "Wuthering Heights", experts estimate the cost of 200 thousand dollars.

2 weeks after the birth of a daughter of the Sunday Rose in 2008. The actress went back to work on the film "Other."

Kidman has four children. In addition to Isabella Jane and Connor Anthony, adoption married to Tom Cruise, she has two of her own daughter, born in marriage to Keith Urban: The Sunday Rose and bred surrogate Faith Margaret.

One of her school nicknames (in addition to "Mops" and "Carrot") was "stalk".

Favorite movie - "Gone with the Wind."

Nicole Kidman about ...

... the world of cinema:

Cinema - an area directors, you just have to ask: "What would you like?". Acting craft - very often adaptation, physical and emotional.

Stanley Kubrick taught me to believe in himself as a artist. In 20 years, I have enjoyed being a wife and mother, that was my main interest. And then he told me: "No, you must respect your talent, to give him the time and place in my life." It was good advice. And appropriate - in fact, by the time I heard it, my children are grown up. I do not like to plan anything and kept under control. There are actors who take matters into their own hands - they make good directors and producers, but I'm not one of them. When I am asked what role I would like to play next, I honestly say, "I do not know." I will never know for sure, just try to be open to everything that I offer.

All these people that I had the opportunity to play, become a true love of my life.

... about the "Oscar":

I imagine myself standing in front of her mother - all my life I tried to do something, so that she could be proud of me. Now I can be proud of my daughter.

... oprisuzhdenii a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame:

I never thought that I would be so happy at the thought that people will step over my lifetime.

... about personal:

You look at the game of the actor, see emotion he puts into the role - and get to know him as a person. It's better than talking in an interview about who you are and who you are. And in general, it is always better to keep a little distance, not to let strangers into their personal lives. Including because talk aloud about love actually destroy it.

... about Tom Cruise:

I myself would not for anything would not want to take himself a wife - but, fortunately, he wanted to.

... about looks:

Optionally, to undress, to be sexual.

I have a boyish figure - and, frankly, I would prefer to be a bit fuller. Bends seem to me very beautiful!

I would like to have large breasts or ass Jennifer Lopez, but under the knife for the sake of this, I will not lie - so that everything remains as it is.

... about growing up years:

At the very young age, I knew that I would not miss any of the things that I want to offer life - no matter how dangerous and risky as it may seem.

Back when I was a teenager, my father convinced me that there is talent as a writer and to go into journalism in me. I inspire and began to keep a diary - a habit to write down my thoughts kept me to this day.

The parents were told that I would not take an actress - because I'm going to frame higher than any of the protagonist. Then I thought, "Well, okay, I will writer."

... the fears:

My biggest fear is that moment in life when back turn around and say: "Here, they were my best years And now.?"

Here's what's interesting: I am not afraid of snakes or spiders, but can not stand the butterflies. There is in them something sinister, something strange.

... plans for the future:

I would love to be truly wise. For this purpose it is necessary to go through a lot and a lot to go through, and I'm just going through a lot and a lot to go through.