She’s one of the Hollywood’s heavyweight actresses of all time. Pulling strings from her high profile movies with small budget. Became one of the most magnetic and compelling actresses she has become. She was also considered by Men’s Health magazine to be one of the “100 Sexiest Women of All Time.”

Born as Julia Fiona Roberts on October 28th 1967 in Georgia – U.S. She was raised as a Catholic later on switched to Hinduism. She finished her elementary school in Fitzhugh Lee, studied in Griffin Middle School and transferred to Campbell High School. She attended Georgia State University and wanted to pursue veterinary. She went to New York and later on challenged herself to become and actress and trained at Click Modeling.

Her first film was “Firehouse” in 1987 but she drastically gained limelight in his 1988 movie called “Mystic Pizza.” She portrayed a young lady as fanatical youth in love. She made an iconic role as Vivian Ward in the love-drama story “Pretty Woman” where she won Best Actress from Golden Globe. She also won Best Supporting Actress in the movie “Steel Magnolias.” She played the role eloquently from a street hooker going to a modern-high-class character. A modified Cinderella story as Richard Gere a wealthy man fell in love with a hooker. She made a compelling act as she fakes her death to scape her husband in the movie “Sleeping with the Enemy.” She worked with Robin Williams and Maggie Smith in the movie “Hook” as Tinker Bell. She also teamed up with Kevin Bacon in the cult-classical film “ Flatliners.” He outstandingly worked with Denzel Washington in the 1993 movie “The Pelican Brief.” She uncovered the biggest fatal secret of American undercover as she paired with Mel Gibson in “Conspiracy Theory” where she won Favorite Actress. She started to dominate the love-drama genre when she unleashed the movie “My Best Friend’s Wedding” where she won Favorite Actress. A love story where she and best friend made a marriage pact. She made another high-profile love-comedy story “Notting Hill” in 1999 movie with Hugh Grant. She made an entertaining role in the 2001 movie “Ocean’s Eleven.” Won awards for the critically acclaimed “Erin Brokovich” where she won Best Actress from Academy, BAFTA, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild and Broadcast Film Association. A housewife that made an effort to investigate the negligence of a giant corporation intoxicating communities around the area. She also 2 movies in 2015 entitled “the Secret in their Eyes” and as Nancy Fenn in the movie “ Money Monster.” She won Favorite Movie Actress for the movie “Runaway Bride.”

Julie Andrews English Actress

Julie Andrews

“The Sound of Music” this could be the most well-known movie generations through generations. People visiting Salzburg and the Austrian Alps became a tourist spot because of this movie’s contribution. Tourists around the world will have a chance to experience how to feel like Andrews while filming the movie. You’ll have a chance to use replica of his dress, run through the Alps as he candidly exploited in the movie and walk at the riverside.She was born as Dame Julia "Julie" Elizabeth Andrews, DBE on October 1, 1935 from Surrey, England. She’s an accomplished actress, talented singer, dancer and theatre director. She was known to be the in the list of “100 Greatest Britons.” She was first married to Tony Walton and then later on divorced. He met his longtime partner and married with Blake Edwards in 1969. She had 5 children, naming Emma, Jennifer, Geoffrey, Amelia and Joanna. She was considered to become one of the few to ha an “absolute pitch.” She was alos dubbed as the “Youngest Prima Donna.” Her first debut  film was “La Rosa di Bagdad” but gained limelight in the movie “Mary Poppins” in 1964. She won BAFTA, Golden Globe, Grammy Award, Golden Laurel and Academy Award – Best Actress. She made another blockbuster thriller-suspense hit “The sound of Music” in 1965 as Maria von Trapp that successfully escaped from the fangs of the SS Recruitment. She received Best Actress from Golden Globe, another Golden Laurel for Best Female Musical Performance and David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actress. She made the movie “Thoroughly Modern Millie” in 1967, the famous Gertrude Lawrence for her 1968 movie “Star!”, love comedy film “Darling Lili” in 1970. She slightly loosed her limelight as her time passes through movie industry. She made a gigantic comeback in the comedy-pop-culture movie “The Princess Diaries” with Anne Hathaway.  She was nominated in the Primetime Emmy Award for Supporting Actress in her 2003 miniseries “Eloise at Christmastime.” She made another installment of “Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement” in 2004. She also joined the voice talents for the 2007 animated movie “Shrek 2” and “Shrek Third” and “Shrek Forever After” as Queen Lillian. Made another chance to use her vocals in “Despicable Me” as Marlena – Gru’s Mom. She appeared as Lily in Dwayne Johnson’s movie “Tooth Fairy.”

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Cate Blanchett

She was considered one of the most imperious, inspiring, notable and incredible actress of our time. She received numerous accolades as she came into international attention. She’s an one of the most defining actresses of our era and the actress from “Down Under” – Cate Blanchett. Cate was born from Melbourne, Australia on May 14th 1969 as Catherine Élise "Cate" Blanchett. She attended Ivanhoe East Primary School and then went to Girl’s Grammar School. She was married to Andrew Upton with 4 children. She first joined in an Egyptian film named “Kaboria” in 1990 as an extra and this made her decide to pursue acting career. She travelled difficult times in pursuing her career not until 1996, she med a debut film in the movie “Parkland.” This was followed with 3 movies in 1997 naming “Paradise Road”, romantic and comedic film “Thank God He Met Lizzie”, and played the role Lucinda in the movie “Oscar and Lucinda.”She gained limelight in silver screen when she made her challenging role in the movie “Elizabeth: The Golden Age.” “I too can command the wind sir!” could be his most famous line in her script in this movie as Queen Elizabeth I. She picked statuette career and made big successes from 1990 onward and made she defined the true looks and character of a fairy in the trilogy “Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring” as Lothlórien and elven-ruler. She made an outstanding role as a supporting actress for the movie “Aviator” as Katherine Hepburn alongside with Leonardo DiCaprio. She picked her second statuette in the action movie “Hanna” and award winning role for the movie “Blue Jasmine.” She made a convincing role as Claire an artifact specialist in the 2014 movie “The Monuments Men” with alongside with George Clooney. She’s one of the busiest actresses as she continues filming the continuation sequel of “The Hobbit.” She also starred as Lady Tremaine the “wicked step mother” in the 2015 movie “Cinderella” and as Nancy in the movie “Knight of Cups.”

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Cate Blanchett English Actress