Rachel Weisz No Makeup
Rachel Weisz No Makeup
Throughout her career, Rachel Weisz has made a name for herself in both large budget and independent films. She is the recipient of several accolades, including an Oscar for her role in The Constant Gardener, and a Golden Globe for her performance in The Light Between Oceans. She has also received a BAFTA award for her role in The Favourite.
Weisz began her career in Britain with a series of roles in British television. She starred in a number of TV series, including The Advocates, The Light Between Oceans, and Inspector Morse. She was also featured in the season 22 episode of The Simpsons. During this time, Rachel Weisz met and married actor Daniel Craig. They are now co-parenting a son together in New York.
In 1992, Weisz had her first film appearance in the BBC Screen Two hour-long television film Dirty Something. She also had an appearance in the 1992 movie The Advocates II. She later played an unnamed short-sighted woman in Yorgos Lanthimos’ film The Lobster. In many scenes, she wore minimal makeup. In fact, most of her scenes were photographed without any makeup at all.
In 2005, she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Constant Gardener. The movie was based on a true story of human trafficking. During the film’s premiere, a woman in the audience fainted. Afterward, Weisz spoke about the experience and said she was surprised to win the Oscar. She also said she was pregnant at the time of her win. She has since split with director Darren Aronofsky.
In her next role, Rachel Weisz had a more historical role in the film The Favourite. She portrayed Sarah Churchill. She was nominated for the Academy Award and won the BAFTA Award for her performance in the movie. After her Oscar and BAFTA wins, Weisz continued to star in big-budget films, such as Marvel’s Black Widow. She has been seen in a number of other movies in the last few years, including The Lobster, My Cousin Rachel, and Tropical Heat. She is also working on a web series called High Maintenance.
In the meantime, Weisz had a role in the BBC period drama Scarlet and Black, in which she played a British secret agent who falls in love with a German spy. She also had a role in the science fiction film The Lobster, which won the Cannes Jury Prize. During this time, she was also married to fellow actor Darren Aronofsky. They have a son named Henry. During the filming of The Favourite, Weisz said she didn’t want to be away from her son for long. She says that self-doubt is one of her biggest assets.
In the early part of her career, Weisz leaned toward comedy. She has taken on more serious and complex roles in recent years. She is currently working on a number of upcoming films. She also has her own performance group, Talking Tongues. The group has been invited to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival three times, and has been performed at the National Theatre.