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Cairo, New York, USA
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Labyrinth, The Rocketeer, Requiem for a Dream and A Beautiful Mind.
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Jennifer Connelly was born December 12, 1970, at Catskill Mountains, New York. The daughter of Gerard, a clothing retailer, and Eileen Connelly, an antiques dealer, she spent four years in Woodstock, New York, but grew up in Brooklyn Heights, just across the Brooklyn Bridge from Manhattan. She attended Saint Ann school in Brooklyn Heights, and when she was 10, family friends suggested to her parents that they should take her to a modeling audition. This led Jennifer to a modeling career, and she soon began appearing in magazine ads, and then later in commercials. Her acting debut came in an episode of the British horror-anthology series "Tales of the Unexpected" (1979). Her first movie experience came when a casting director introduced her to legendary filmmaker Sergio Leone, who was seeking an actress who could fill the role of a young girl to dance in his dramatic epic, Once Upon a Time in America (1984). Although having little screen time, the few minutes she was on-screen were enough to reveal her talent. After Leone`s movie, horror master Dario Argento signed her to play her first starring role in his thriller Phenomena (1985). The film made a lot of money in Europe but, unfortunately, was heavily cut for American distribution. The late 1980s saw her appearing in a smash hit and three lesser seen films. Amongst the latter was her roles in Étoile (1988), as a ballerina and in Some Girls (1988), where she played a self-absorbed college freshman. The smash hit was Labyrinth (1986), released in 1986. Jennifer got the job after a nation-wide talent search for the lead in this fantasy directed by Jim Henson and produced by George Lucas. Her career entered in a terribly calm phase after those films, until Dennis Hopper, who was impressed after having seen her in "Some Girls," cast Jennifer as an ingénue small-town girl in The Hot Spot (1990), based upon the 1950s crime novel "Hell Hath No Fury". It received mixed critical reviews, but it was not a box office success. The Rocketeer (1991), an ambitious Touchstone super-production, came to the rescue. The film was an old-fashioned adventure flick about a man capable of flying with rockets on his back. Critics saw in "Rocketeer" a top-quality movie, a homage to those old films of the 1930s in which the likes of Errol Flynn starred. After "Rocketeer," Jennifer made Career Opportunities (1991), The Heart of Justice (1992) (TV), Mulholland Falls (1996), and Inventing the Abbotts (1997). In 1998, she was invited by director Alex Proyas to make Dark City (1998), a strange, visually stunning science-fiction extravaganza. In this movie, Jennifer played the main character`s wife, and she delivered an acclaimed performance. The film itself didn`t break any box-office record but received positive reviews. This led Jennifer to a contract with Fox for the television series "The $treet" (2000), a main part in the memorable and dramatic love-story Waking the Dead (2000) and, more important, a breakthrough part in the polemic and applauded independent Requiem for a Dream (2000), a tale about the haunting lives of drug addicts and the subsequent process of decadence and destruction. In "Requiem for a Dream," Jennifer had her career`s most courageous, difficult part, a performance that earned her a Spirit Award Nomination. She followed this role with Pollock (2000), in which she played Pollock`s mistress, Ruth Klingman. Most recently, Ron Howard chose her to co-star with Russell Crowe in A Beautiful Mind (2001), the film that tells the true story of John Nash, a man who suffered from mental illness but eventually beats this and wins the Nobel Prize in 1994. Jennifer plays Forbes` wife and won a Golden Globe, BAFTA, AFI and Oscar as Best Supporting Actress.
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St. Ann`s, Brooklyn Heights, NY (1988)
Yale University (transferred), Stanford University (1992)
Full Name at Birth
Jennifer Lynn Connelly
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Liv Tyler, Salma Hayek, Renee Zellweger
A Case of You (Joni Mitchell)
Pip (dog- australian shepherd)
Nick Cave, Vampire Weekend, The Arctic Monkeys, Cat Power
Mrs. Dalloway (Virginia Woolf), The Lorax (Dr. Seuss), Ulysses (James Joyce)
Pink lady apples, Sushi
Shiseido: (1980's and current 2012), Panasonic (1980's), Lux Shampoo (1990's)
Thick eyebrows, long dark brown hair and cool green eyes
Jennifer Lynn Connelly (born December 12, 1970) is an American film actress who began her career as a child model. She appeared in magazine, newspaper and television advertising, before she made her debut role in the 1984 crime film Once Upon a Time in America. Connelly continued modeling and acting, starring in films such as the 1986 Labyrinth and the 1991 films Career Opportunities and The Rocketeer. She gained critical acclaim for her work in the 1998 science fiction film Dark City and for her portrayal of Marion Silver in the 2000 drama Requiem for a Dream.
Celebrity Talent International
Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling)
The Schiff Company, Llc
(1987) TV commercial for Perky Jean Club Card - Actress (Japan)
Freckle on her upper lip
1981–present (modeling), 1982–present (acting), 1981–present
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Jennifer Connelly is married to Paul Bettany, they have been married for 12 years (since 1st January, 2003).
She previously dated Josh Charles from 1999 to 2002, David Dugan from 1996 to 1997, Billy Crudup in 1996, Billy Campbell from 1990 to 1995 and Dweezil Zappa in 1990.
Jennifer Connelly is rumored to have hooked up with Russell Crowe in 2002 and Don Johnson in 1989.
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You and me both Chris. Did he show you the footage where he had her hair in...
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With that face, hair, and body...can you imagine her as Supergirl !