Nicole Kidman Biography and Profile

Nicole Kidman Profile :
Nicole Mary Kidman (date of birth 20 June 1967) is a famous and one of greatest Hollywood actresses not only because of her tall 5’ 11” (179 cm) figure, attractive blue eyes, pretty red or blonde hair and slim physique. The Australian woman has showed her superb acting talent in numerous of successful movies such as 1989 thriller movie “Dead Calm”, 1992 adventure-romance “Far and Away”, 2001 musical film “Moulin Rouge!” and 2002 drama “The Hours” (based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Michael Cunningham). This stunning 44-year-old and Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame-earning woman also has proven that she does have a wonderful voice. Nicole Kidman is also a film producer, humanitarian and spokesmodel who has a Gemini star sign.

Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman Biography :
It is surprising that the gorgeous Nicole Kidman was born in Honolulu, Hawaii not in the kangaroo country Australia. Although she was born in Hawaii, Nicole spent her three years in Washington where her father paid a visit friend at the Mental Health Institute. And when Nicole was 4 years old, she and her biochemist father Dr. Antony David Kidman and nursing instructor mother Janelle Ann went back to Australia and live there.

In her early life, Nicole Kidman showcased her natural acting talent firstly in her high school years. And in 1983, her acting performance received praise and great reviews from the audiences and critics when she performed at the Phillip Street Theatre. This pretty redhead later appeared on the big screen with leading role in adventure and Australia’s beloved holiday season movie “Bush Christmas” that made Nicole Kidman to be one of the promising Australian actresses.

It was in 1980s when Nicole Kidman gained her popularity after starring in popular TV series “A Country Practice”, “Five Mile Creek” and “Vietnam” which earned Kidman her first award (Best Actress) for her role as “Megan Goddard”. She also appeared in several films such as in “BMX Bandits” and in 1986 romantic comedy “Windrider” which featured her first lovely scenes.

The year 1989 was the year when Nicole Kidman began to gain international recognition with the success of “Dead Calm”, a Phillip Noyce-directed thriller movie based on the Charles William’s novel. In this movie which received rave reviews from Variety magazine and critic Roger Ebert, Nicole Kidman played the role of a naval officer’s wive. Her American debut was in the 1990 auto racing movie “Days of Thunder”, starring alongside with Tom Cruise who played as a NASCAR driver.

Nicole Kidman began to grab the heart of American audiences with her wonderful performance in 1995 dark comedy movie “To Die For” as a newscaster “Suzanne Stone-Maretto” which earned her some praises and first Golden Globe Awards for Best Actress. And in the same year, Nicole Kidman showed her sexy side as “Dr. Chase Meridian in highest-grossing blockbuster movie “Batman Forever”. Then she reteamed with Tom Cruise in “Eyes Wide Shut”, a 1999 drama movie which received some positive reviews not only because its great scenes.

Nicole Kidman also showed her vocal performances when she collaborated on “Come What May” with Ewan McGregor. Their collaboration grabbed the #27 spot in the UK Singles Chart. Her next collaboration with Robbie Williams on “Somethin’ Stupid” peaked at number 1 in the UK for only three weeks.

Nicole Kidman began her relationship with Tom Cruise when they filmed the “Days of Thunder”. Then the couple married on December 24, 1990 in Telluride, Colorado. In 1998, they separated due to irreconcilable differences and officially divorced in 2001. And then four years after their dissolved marriage, Nicole Kidman met country singer Keith Urban in an event of G’Day LA. Both of them decided to say “I do” on June 25, 2006 at Cardinal Cerreti Memorial Chapel in Sydney.

Nicole Kidman has also done plenty of charitable work such as raising money for disadvantaged children around the world and to fight the breast cancer. In 2004, the United Nations honored this stunning woman as “Citizen of the World” and two years later on Australia Day, she received the highest civilian honor in Australia “AC” (Companion of the Order of Australia) for her service to the performing arts and contributions to help children and to fight cancer.

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