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Kate Beckinsale Also Makes Occasional Appearances In Smaller Dramatic Projects Such As Snow

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She also makes occasional appearances in smaller dramatic projects such as Snow Angels (2007), Winged Creatures (2008), Nothing but the Truth (for which she earned a Critic’s Choice Award nomination in 2008) and Everybody’s Fine (2009). She made her first television appearance at the age of four, in an episode of This is Your Life dedicated to her father. “Nobody even told me I could bring a friend!” “I had Doc Martens boots on, and I think I put the flower from the breakfast tray in my hair”. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone was won over by her “lovely” performance while Vincent Canby of The New York Times noted that she and Robert Sean Leonard “look right and behave with a certain naive sincerity, although they often seem numb with surprise at hearing the complex locutions they speak.” The film earned over $22 million at the box office.

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Kate Beckinsale Has Worked Occasionally As A Model In Television And Print Campaigns

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Born and raised in London, Beckinsale is the child of actor Richard Beckinsale (1947-1979) and actress Judy Loe. She has worked occasionally as a model in television and print campaigns to promote Gap denim, Diet Coke, Absolut Vodka and Lux shampoo. When she was five years old, her 31-year-old father died suddenly of a heart attack. While she has seen her father “more on television than I have in life,” “there are certainly enough memories for me not to feel that it’s somebody I didn’t know.” Her widowed mother moved in with director Roy Battersby when Beckinsale was nine and she was brought up alongside his four sons and daughter. She was involved with the Oxford University Dramatic Society, most notably being directed by fellow student Tom Hooper in a production of A View from the Bridge at the Oxford Playhouse. I was burning out and I knew I had to make a decision.” Beckinsale decided at a young age that she wanted to be an actress: “I grew up immersed in film. It was filmed in Tuscany, Italy during a summer holiday from Oxford University. Beckinsale was initially considered too young, but was cast after she wrote a pleading letter to the director.

Kate Beckinsale Was Involved With The Oxford University Dramatic Society Most Notably Being

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She then appeared in British costume dramas such as Prince of Jutland (1994), Cold Comfort Farm (1995), Emma (1996) and The Golden Bowl (2000), in addition to various stage and radio productions. Beckinsale became known as an action star following an appearance in 2003’s Underworld and has since starred in many action films, including Van Helsing (2004), Underworld: Evolution (2006), Whiteout (2009), Contraband (2012), and Underworld: Awakening (2012). When she was five years old, her 31-year-old father died suddenly of a heart attack. He wasn’t pushy, he let me come to him.” She has a paternal half-sister, actress Samantha Beckinsale, but they have not had regular contact. Beckinsale was educated at the fee-paying Godolphin and Latymer School in West London and was involved with the Orange Tree Youth Theatre. She was involved with the Oxford University Dramatic Society, most notably being directed by fellow student Tom Hooper in a production of A View from the Bridge at the Oxford Playhouse. She spent her third year in Paris as required of all Modern Language students at Oxford, after which she decided to leave university to concentrate on her burgeoning acting career: “It was getting to the point where I wasn’t enjoying either thing enough because both were very high pressure. in 1993, Beckinsale landed the role of Hero in Kenneth Branagh’s big-screen adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing.

Beckinsale Was Initially Considered Too Young But Was Cast After She Wrote

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I found it really depressing that we weren’t making camp fires and everyone was doing grown-up stuff.” “I loathed being a teenager.” She had a nervous breakdown and developed anorexia at the age of 15 and underwent Freudian psychoanalysis for four years. She attended the film’s Cannes Film Festival premiere and later remembered it as an overwhelming experience. in 1995, while studying in Paris, she filmed the French-language Marie-Louise Ou La Permission. Beckinsale was initially considered too young, but was cast after she wrote a pleading letter to the director.

After Some Minor Television Roles Kate Beckinsale Made Her Film Debut In Much

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After some minor television roles, she made her film debut in Much Ado About Nothing (1993) while still a student at Oxford University. She then appeared in British costume dramas such as Prince of Jutland (1994), Cold Comfort Farm (1995), Emma (1996) and The Golden Bowl (2000), in addition to various stage and radio productions. Her next onscreen appearance will be in the sci-fi action remake Total Recall, due for release in August 2012. She has worked occasionally as a model in television and print campaigns to promote Gap denim, Diet Coke, Absolut Vodka and Lux shampoo. When she was five years old, her 31-year-old father died suddenly of a heart attack. Beckinsale was educated at Godolphin and Latymer School in West London and was involved with the Orange Tree Youth Theatre. Beckinsale read French and Russian literature at New College, Oxford University and was later described by a contemporary, journalist Victoria Coren, as “whip-clever, slightly nuts and very charming”. 1995 also saw Beckinsale’s first professional stage appearance as Nina in The Seagull at Theatre Royal, Bath.
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In Her Teens Kate Beckinsale Twice Won The W H Smith Young Writers

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She built on this success with appearances in the bio-pic The Aviator (2004) and the comedy Click (2006). Beckinsale became known as an action star following an appearance in 2003’s Underworld and has since starred in many action films, including Van Helsing (2004), Underworld: Evolution (2006), Whiteout (2009), Contraband (2012), and Underworld: Awakening (2012). Beckinsale is the only child of actor Richard Beckinsale (1947-1979) and actress Judy Loe and was raised in London. Kathrin Romary Beckinsale was born in London, England, the only child of actor Richard Beckinsale and actress Judy Loe. She has Burmese ancestry from her paternal great-grandfather. Beckinsale was deeply traumatised by the loss and “started expecting bad things to happen”. in her teens, she twice won the W. H. Smith Young Writers’ competition–once for short stories and once for poetry–and was presented with the prize by poet Ted Hughes. I found it really depressing that we weren’t making camp fires and everyone was doing grown-up stuff.” “I loathed being a teenager.” She had a nervous breakdown and developed anorexia at the age of 15 and underwent Freudian psychoanalysis for four years.
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