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Cate BlanchettCatherine „Cate“ Élise Blanchett ['blænʧɘt] AC (* Mai in Melbourne) ist eine australisch-US-amerikanische Schauspielerin. Seit Beginn der. Cate Blanchett, kühle Blonde vom Ende der Welt: Erfahren Sie auf bistrotchezmaurice.com alles über die erfolgreichste Schauspielerin Australiens im Film- und Familienglück. Die zweifache Oscar-Gewinnerin begann ihre Karriere am Theater. Nach ihrem Studium am National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney wurde Cate Blanchett.
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How much of Cate Blanchett's work have you seen? Won 2 Oscars. Known For. Carol Carol Aird. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Galadriel.
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Show all 9 episodes. Elaine Wolff voice. Pat Masters. Show all 6 episodes. I think I'm vaguely blonde. To be perfectly frank, I don't know. I'm an actress.
Lord of the Rings was like stepping into a videogame for me. It was another world completely. But, to be honest, I basically did it so that I could have the ears.
I thought they would really work with my bare head. If I had my way, if I was lucky enough, if I could be on the brink my entire life - that great sense of expectation and excitement without the disappointment - that would be the perfect state.
It's part of my job. You can't play Veronica Guerin [puts on heavy Strine] sounding like this. It just wouldn't wash. But what I find fascinating about doing an accent - unless it's a farce - is that it's not slapped on.
This is the thing, I love doing things which I'd never envisaged before. And so getting me on the back of a horse, with Tommy Lee Jones and shooting guns and chasing Indians, it's just not something that I would have expected myself to be doing.
The more you do it, the more you learn to concentrate, as a child does, incredibly intensively and then you sort of have to relax.
I remember the first film I did, the lead actor would in between scenes be reading a newspaper or sleeping and I'd think, "How can you do that?
I so didn't expected this. I wore a really tight dress that's very ungracious walking up those stairs.
Thank you very much, I sort of don't know where to begin. Playing Katharine Hepburn , I absolutely did not expect to be standing here in front of you all.
But Hepburn aside, I actually would like to say, as an actor coming from another country to this country, I am so astounded and amazed, and grateful, at the power of the SAG union and what it does for its members.
And I hope that other countries, mine own included, you know, is inspired by that - I think it's incredible. I see someone's face, someone's body who'd had children and I think they're the song lines of your experience, and why would you want to eradicate that?
I look at people sort of entombing themselves and all you see is their little pin holes of terror You know, when you see yourself on a big screen, I tend to watch from behind my hands.
There is absolutely the regret. You always get that at the end of every project. That's what's great about theater: at least every night you get the chance to go out and re-offend.
I'm endlessly disappointed, which is what propels me into the next project, probably, not to repair the damage but to kind of hopefully keep developing.
Otherwise there's no reason to keep doing it, is there? There's this sense that of course you want to be famous.
When you're a performer, of course you want an audience, but it's very, very different from courting fame.
And, anyway, who wants to peak when they're 28? Of course one worries about getting older--we're all fearful of death, let's not kid ourselves.
I'm simply not panicking as my laugh lines grow deeper. Who wants a face with no history, no sense of humor? Don't you think like most things, like comedy, like sex, like anything, it's about timing?
I think [my husband and I] collided with each other at what turned out to be the perfect time. We knew each other socially and we didn't get on and we played poker one night and I don't know how we ended up kissing but we did and he asked me to marry him about three weeks later and we got together in the same spirit.
Maybe I've got a lack of consequence, a healthy lack of consequence. No one sets out to have a stinker. It can be brutal when people are honest, but I much prefer to know if it's not working, because you can do something with it - rather than people who go, 'Oh, we'll fix it up in post [-production].
If it doesn't happen then, it doesn't happen at all. I love Brighton. We lived in Lewes Crescent and it was the genesis of the rabbit hole in Alice in Wonderland; so magical.
No one is ever who they purport to be. And I suppose I'm most interested in the gap between who we project socially and who we really are.
I don't know if I ever really wanted to be an actor. I'm an active person - the thought of waiting for the phone to ring wasn't something that sat happily with me.
But I kept doing it, trying not to do it, and then doing it. There's such a blessed unrest that you feel all the time, but maybe that's what keeps you going.
I can be a real pessimist. You know that when you win an Oscar and you walk offstage and your first thought is: "Oh God, I've peaked.
I've done a lot of talking over the past six years. My husband and I have been running the Sydney Theatre Company and it's been magic - my kids have been able to see so many of those transient moments between acting and real life behind the scenes.
But now that I've given it up I'm looking forward to being a bit quieter. I'm very conscious of that. There have been times when I've heard myself in the past and thought: "Aw, just shut up.
You don't ever really get to know Woody Allen. He's not the sort of person where you can knock on his door and say: "I've got this really interesting idea.
Working with Woody [Allen] is like an emotional strip club without the cash. You're too old to be standing. Thank you, Mr. Day-Lewis, from you it exacerbates this honor to and it blows it right out of the ballpark.
Thank you so much to the Academy. As random and as subjective as this award is, it means a great deal in a year of extraordinary, yet again, extraordinary performances by women.
Amy Adams, everything you do, but your performance in American Hustle blew my mind. And Meryl, what can I say? Sandra [Bullock], I could watch that performance to the end of time, and I sort of felt like I had.
Julia [Roberts], suckit. You know what I mean? And Judi Dench , I mean what a career. She's not here tonight because at the age of 79, her film was so successful that she's in India doing a sequel.
I mean what a career that is, if I could hope. And me, I'm here accepting an award in an extraordinary screenplay by Woody Allen.
Thank you so much, Woody, for casting me. I truly appreciate it. I'm so very proud that Blue Jasmine stayed in the cinemas for as long as it did.
And thank you to Sony Classics, to Michael and Tom for their extraordinary support. For so bravely and intelligently distributing the film and to the audiences who went to see it and perhaps those of us in the industry who are still foolishly clinging to the idea that female films with women at the center are niche experiences.
They are not. Audiences want to see them and, in fact, they earn money. The world is round, people. Thank you to my mum, to my sister, to my brother, to my three glorious sons.
I would not be standing here without you. To my husband, Andrew, you are a legend. Thank you to my agent, Hylda Queally , you're behind the pillar somewhere up there.
You are a goddess. Both Blanchett and Mara received Golden Globe actress nominations, with Carol itself receiving additional nods in the categories of Best Drama, Direction and Score.
Both women also received Academy Award nominations for their work, thus marking Blanchett's seventh Oscar nod.
The following year she played the title character of Richard Linklater's Where'd You Go, Bernadette , drawing strong praise for her performance amid otherwise lukewarm reviews for the feature.
Among her upcoming projects, Blanchett is slated to play legendary comedian Lucille Ball in Lucy and Desi , an authorized biopic written by Aaron Sorkin and acquired by Amazon Studios.
In , Blanchett and her husband, Andrew Upton, were appointed co-artistic directors of the Sydney Theatre Company, serving in that capacity for several seasons.
She also performed in several productions that included Jean Genet's The Maids , which appeared at the Lincoln Center Festival in New York.
In , the acclaimed actress made her Broadway debut in a production of Anton Chekhov 's The Present. Blanchett and screenwriter Andrew Upton wed in The couple has three sons and one daughter: Dashiell John born in , Roman Robert born in and Ignatius Martin born in , with the couple adopting baby girl Edith in early We strive for accuracy and fairness.
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Toni Collette is an Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actress known for her roles in such films as 'The Sixth Sense,' 'Little Miss Sunshine' and 'Hereditary,' as well as her TV show 'United States of Tara.
Academy Award-winning actress Nicole Kidman starred in such films as 'Moulin Rouge! Blanchett has spoken about feminism and politics, telling Sky News in that she was concerned that "a wave of conservatism sweeping the globe" was threatening women's role in society.
People talk about the golden age of Hollywood because of how women were lit then. You could be Joan Crawford and Bette Davis and work well into your 50s, because you were lit and made into a goddess.
Now, with everything being sort of gritty, women have this sense of their use-by date. Blanchett is a patron and ambassador of the Australian Film Institute and its academy, the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts.
Blanchett has been a long term proponent of individual and collective action on climate change and other environmental issues. In , she joined former US Vice-President Al Gore 's Climate Project.
From to , the Sydney Theatre Company under the leadership of Blanchett and her husband Andrew Upton , initiated a comprehensive large scale environmental program called Greening the Wharf , which invested in solar energy , rainwater harvesting , energy efficiency measures and best practice waste management.
In January , Blanchett took part in the Green Carpet Challenge, an initiative to raise the public profile of sustainable fashion , founded by Livia Firth of Eco-Age.
In September , Blanchett, as part of her role as Jury President of the 77th Venice International Film Festival vowed that during the festival she would only wear outfits that she had previously worn at public events in an effort to highlight the issue of sustainability in the fashion industry.
Blanchett has been working with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR since In May , the UNHCR announced her appointment as a global Goodwill Ambassador.
The video, titled "What They Took With Them", has the actors reading a poem written by Jenifer Toksvig and inspired by primary accounts of refugees, and is part of UNHCR's "WithRefugees" campaign, which also includes a petition to governments to expand asylum to provide further shelter, integrating job opportunities, and education.
Blanchett has undertaken missions with the UNHCR to Jordan in , Lebanon in and Bangladesh in to meet with and highlight the issues faced by both Syrian and Rohingya refugees in those areas.
In July , the Australian mini series Stateless , which was co-created and produced by Blanchett and originally aired on the ABC network in Australia , premiered on Netflix.
The series was inspired by Blanchett's work with the UNHCR and focuses on four strangers whose lives collide at an immigration detention centre in Australia.
In Blanchett's words, the show's aim is to "build empathy and understanding for refugees, particularly those who have been and still are in detention.
As an esteemed member of the performing arts community that was seriously impacted by the COVID pandemic , and a person concerned about environmental and humanitarian issues, Blanchett contributed an essay to Upturn: A better normal after COVID , a book published in about what could be done to improve society after the pandemic in her native Australia.
I think this need to gather is fundamental to who we are, and it has been stymied by Covid but also underlined by it, and that need in us for community addresses the difficult lesson we have to learn: business is not government and government is not a business.
Blanchett is often regarded as one of the finest actresses of her generation and has been noted for her ability to play characters from many different walks of life, as well as headline a wide range of film genres, from low-budget independent films to high-profile, mainstream productions.
Commenting on her appeal as a screen actor in Vulture , Will Leitch and Tim Grierson stated that her greatest skill was "her ability to combine relatability and elusiveness: She is always completely present and yet just out of grasp.
She has been forever daring, uncompromising and perpetually, resolutely, herself. Blanchett has been cited in the press as being a style icon and has frequently topped lists of the best dressed women in the world.
Blanchett was named the third most naturally beautiful woman of all time by a panel of beauty and fashion editors, make-up artists, model agencies and photographers in , behind Audrey Hepburn and Liv Tyler.
In , a portrait of Blanchett and her family painted by McLean Edwards was a finalist for the Art Gallery of New South Wales ' Archibald Prize. In , Blanchett appeared in a series of commemorative postage stamps called Australian Legends , in recognition of the outstanding contribution made to Australian entertainment and culture.
Blanchett has appeared in over 70 films and over 20 theatre productions. Among her numerous accolades for her acting work, Blanchett has won two Academy Awards ,   three BAFTA Awards ,  three Golden Globe Awards ,  and three Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Blanchett received Premiere magazine's Icon Award in Blanchett was awarded the Centenary Medal for Service to Australian Society by the Australian government.
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Stories of grave torture, of women brutally violated, people who have had their loved ones killed before their eyes. Children who have seen their grandparents locked in houses that were set alight.
I am a mother, and I saw my children in the eyes of every single refugee child I met. I saw myself in every parent.
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