Rachel Weisz – Biography and Filmography

Rachel Weisz - Biography and Filmography

Rachel Weisz – Biography and Filmography

  Rachel Weisz was born on 7 Born in London in March 1971. Even as a teenager, she worked as a model, an activity which it carries today. She currently has a contract with the cosmetics company Revlon. During her studies at Cambridge British Studies, she founded a successful theater company and has received numerous awards for her acting achievements.

In the course of her career, she has made an impressive array demonstrated both the selected projects, as well as their roles in it far.

To a large cinema audiences around the world, mainly as a lead actress Weisz alongside Brendan Fraser in Stephen Sommers blockbuster The Mummy (The Mummy, 1999) and The Mummy Returns (The Mummy Returns, 2001), a concept. Include

Your other film roles, Gary Fleder The Runaway Jury (The verdict – Everyone has a price, 2003), James Foley’s Confidence (2003), Chris and Paul Weitz About a Boy (2002), Jean-Jacques Annaud Enemy at The Gates (Duell – Enemy at the Gates, 2001), Michael Winterbottom’s I Want You (1998), David Leland’s The Land Girls (Land Girls, 1998), Beeban Kidron Swept From The Sea (Amy Foster – from the Sea, 1997) and Bernardo Bertolucci’s Stealing Beauty (seduction and sensation, 1996 ).

2006 she was seen in Fernando Meirelles The Constant Gardener (2006). For her role, she received an Oscar as Best Supporting Actress.

The drama The Shape of Things (2003) marked Weisz’s first foray into the world of film production. Previously, she had stood in Neil LaBute’s play the same name in London and New York on stage.

Rachel Weisz lives with the Regissseur Darren Aronofsky in New York.

Filmography – Rachel Weisz (selection)

Agora (Director: Alejandro Amenábar)
Lovely Bones (directed by Peter Jackson)
Dirt Music (directed by Phillip Noyce)

Definitely , Maybe (Dir. Adam Brooks)
The Brothers Bloom (Director: Rian Johnson)

Fred Claus (Fred Claus, Director: David Dobkin)
My Blueberry Nights (directed : Wong Kar Wai)

The Fountain (Dir. Darren Aronofsky)

The Constant Gardener (The Constant Gardener, directed by Fernando Meirelles)
Constantine (Directed by Francis Lawrence)

Envy (directed by Barry Levinson)

Runaway Jury (The verdict – Everyone has a price, directed by Gary Fleder) (# ) Confidence (Director: James Foley)
The Shape of Things (Director: Neil LaBute)

About A Boy “(directed by Chris Weitz and Paul Weitz)

The Mummy Returns (The Mummy Returns, directed by Stephen Sommers)
Enemy at the Gates (Duell – Enemy at the Gates, directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud)

Beautiful Creatures (Directed by Bill Eagles)
This Is Not an Exit: The Fictional World of Bret Easton Ellis (Director: Gerald Fox)

Sunshine (Sunshine – Ein Hauch von Sonnenschein, Director: István Szabó)
The Mummy (The Mummy, directed by Stephen Sommers)

The Land Girls (Land Girls, directed by David Leland)
I Want You (directed by Michael Winterbottom)

Swept from the Sea (directed by Beeban Kidron)

Stealing Beauty (directed by Bernardo Bertulucci)

Photo © Kinowelt – Rachel Weisz in The Constant Gardener

Title: Rachel Weisz – Biography and Filmography

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