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First Name
Rose

Birthday
1979-07-24

Height
66.25

Build
Slim

Eye Color
Brown - Dark

Hair Color
Brown - Dark

Birthplace
Balmain, Sydney, Australia

Zodiac Sign
Leo

Ethnicity
White

Religion
Agnostic

Nationality
Australian

Gender
Female

Adsafe
1

Film Role
Actor/Actress, Soundtrack

Has Detailed Data (New)
1

Full Name at Birth
Mary Rose Byrne

Page Display = 2 (Legacy)
1

Count - Awards
17

Friend
Abbie Cornish

Favorite Foods
Cheese

Favorite People
Kate Moss (Fashion Idol)

Profile Bio Text
Mary Rose Byrne[1] (born 24 July 1979) is an Australian actress. Byrne made her screen debut in 1994 with a small role in the film Dallas Doll.[2] In 2000, she played a leading role in the Australian film The Goddess of 1967, which brought her a Venice Film Festival award for Best Actress.[3] From 2007 to 2012, she played Ellen Parsons in the cable television series Damages, which earned her two Golden Globe and two Emmy nominations. Along with co-star Glenn Close, she appeared in all of the show's fifty-nine episodes. In 2011, she starred in the critically acclaimed and financially successful films Insidious, X-Men: First Class and Bridesmaids. Byrne was born in Balmain, a suburb of Sydney, Australia, and is of Irish and Scottish descent.[4][5] She is the daughter of Jane, a primary school administrator, and Robin Byrne, a semi-retired statistician and market researcher.[6] She is the youngest of their four children; she has an older brother, George, and two older sisters, Alice and Lucy. Both of her parents are atheists, and she describes herself as agnostic.[7] Byrne attended Balmain Public School and Hunters Hill High School before attending Bradfield College in Crows Nest.[8] She began taking acting classes at age eight, joining the Australian Theatre for Young People and later attended the University of Sydney.[8] In 1999, Byrne studied acting at the Atlantic Theatre Company, which was developed by David Mamet and William H. Macy.[8] Career Acting Byrne was cast in her first film role, Dallas Doll, when she was 13 years old.[9] She has appeared in several Australian television shows, such as Heartbreak High and Echo Point, and the film Two Hands with Heath Ledger. She appeared in The Date,[10] My Mother Frank, and Clara Law's The Goddess of 1967, the latter of which gained her the Volpi Cup for "Best Actress" at the 2000 Venice Film Festival. Byrne revealed in a post-award interview that, prior to winning the Venice Film Festival award, she was surprised by her own performance and found it confronting watching the film because her acting was "too depressing". Byrne admitted that "watching myself is confronting because I'm convinced I can't act and I want to get out, that's how insecure I am."[3] Byrne appeared as a guest in an episode of the police drama series Murder Call. On stage, she played a lead role in La Dispute and in a production of Anton Chekhov's classic Three Sisters at the Sydney Theatre Company.[11] In 2002, Byrne made her first appearance in a Hollywood film with a small role as Dormé, the handmaiden to Natalie Portman's Senator Padmé Amidala, in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones. She appeared the same year in City of Ghosts with Matt Dillon. The year previously she had flown to the UK to shoot I Capture the Castle, Tim Fywell's adaptation of the 1948 novel of the same title by Dodie Smith. In the 2003 release, she portrayed Rose Mortmain, the elder sister of Romola Garai's Cassandra. In 2003, she starred in three Australian films: The Night We Called It a Day with Melanie Griffith and Dennis Hopper; The Rage in Placid Lake for which she was named Best Actress at the Australian Film Institute; and Take Away, another comedy. In 2004, Byrne starred as Briseis in Wolfgang Petersen's epic Troy.[12] She then reunited with Peter O'Toole in the BBC TV drama Casanova. Byrne appeared with Snoop Dogg in Danny Green's film The Tenants, based on Bernard Malamud's novel, and starred as Alex with Josh Hartnett and Diane Kruger in the romantic psychological thriller Wicker Park.[13] Byrne at the Sydney film premiere of I Give It a Year, 15 January 2013 In 2006, Byrne portrayed Gabrielle de Polastron, duchesse de Polignac, a French aristocrat and friend of Marie Antoinette, in Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette, with Kirsten Dunst, and appeared in The Dead Girl,[14] directed by Karen Moncrieff. In 2007, she played Cassie,[15] the pilot in Danny Boyle's science fiction suspense film[16] Sunshine;[17] followed by Scarlett Ross, an army medical officer in Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's science fiction horror 28 Weeks Later, the sequel to Boyle's 28 Days Later; then appeared in the independent film Just Buried,[18] a Canadian dark comedy written and directed by Chaz Thorne. From 2007, Byrne starred as Ellen Parsons in the FX drama production Damages, which ran for five seasons.[19][20] She appeared in the Australian film noir The Tender Hook with Hugo Weaving. In 2009, Byrne co-starred with Nicolas Cage in the science fiction thriller Knowing. Later that year, she appeared in the indie film Adam, with Hugh Dancy. She appeared in the 2010 comedy film Get Him to the Greek, starring Russell Brand and Jonah Hill, and she was joint lead in the James Wan horror film Insidious, which premiered in September 2010 at the Toronto International Film Festival[21] and went on general release on 1 A

Occupation Text
Actress

Age
35

High School
Hunters Hill High School, Hunters Hill, Australia

University
Bradfield College, Crows Nest, Australia, University of Sydney, Australia

Claim to Fame
The Goddess of 1967, Bridesmaids, Damages, X-Men: First Class

Father
Robin Byrne

Mother
Jane Byrne

Brother
George Byrne

Sister
Alice Byrne, Lucy Byrne

Wikipedia Text

Mary Rose Byrne (born 24 July 1979) is an Australian actress.


Weight
115

Current Partner
42905

Has Videos
1

Dating Status
Dating

Dating Preference
White Guys

Couple Profile Source
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose_Byrne

Official Websites
rosebyrne.org/, rose-byrne.com/

Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling)
Elite Model Management - London

Official Websites
www.elitemodellondon.co.uk/details.aspx?modelID=678938&ln=&nav=3&subid=12133&mainsubid=12133&divID=&indx=0&letter=

Year(s) Active
1994–present

Last Name
Byrne

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