Kate Bosworth English Actress
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Kate Bosworth is an actress and model hailing from America. She was born to Patricia, a homemaker, and Harold Bosworth, a former executive for Talbots. The interesting thing about her birth is that she was born with heterochromia- her iris is two colored (hazel right eye and blue left eye). Her family traveled to various places due to the nature of her father’s job.

Kate had always dreamt of becoming a horse racer and her dreams became a reality in no time. When she was fourteen, she was a champion equestrian. Her experience in horse riding opened the door for her into the world of acting. She had her first supporting role in The Horse Whisperer (1998). In 2000, she had a small part to play in the hit movie Remember the Titans.

The breakthrough in her career came in 2002 with signing up for the film Blue Crush for which she gained around 15 pounds of muscle. After playing parts in back to back hit movies she was in the elite standards with several movies lined up round the corner. Some of the picks are The Rules of Attraction, ‘Wonderland’, Win a Date with Tad Hamilton, Beyond the Sea, Bee Season, The Girl In the Park.

As we know the famous quote ‘every dog has its day’, the day came for Kate in 2006 when she acquired the chance to play the lead role in the megahit Superman Returns. Though she played all of her roles with dedication and perfection most of her portrayal was not welcomed by the critics. As her acting career was setting, her singing and fashion talents were on the rise.

In 2011, she was the prima donna for Cotton Incorporated’s “Fabric of my Life” advertisement. She also engaged herself in a jewelry line with her celebrity friend Cher Coulter to form Jewel Mint. Kate acted in around ten films in a span of 4 years (2011-2014) and currently she has given a green signal for seven films, and they are in the post-production phase. In 2013, she married her boyfriend, Michael Polish, who is a director, producer, and writer- known for his works in The Astronaut Farmer, ‘NorthFork’.