Nicole Kidman - Details


Nicole KidmanNicole Kidman (Satine) came to the attention of American audiences with her critically-acclaimed performance in the riveting 1989 psychological thriller Dead Calm (1989), since then, she has become one of the most sought-after young actresses in film.

In 1995, Kidman starred as Suzanne Stone in director Gus Van Sant's widely acclaimed black comedy To Die For (1995). For her pitch-perfect, wickedly funny portrayal of a woman obsessed with the dream of becoming a TV personality, Kidman won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress, along with Best Actress Awards from the Boston Film Critics, National Broadcast Film Critics, London Film Critics, and the Seattle Film Festival. She was also nominated by BAFTA in the Best Actress category

Born in Hawaii, Kidman spent her childhood in Australia with parents
who instilled in her a love of culture and education. Her father is a lecturer in biochemistry, and her mother is a nurse/educator. Kidman studied ballet as a young child, and enrolled in drama school at age 10. She made her debut in an Australian film Bush Christmas (1983), at 14, and began to mix her schoolwork while working in film. Kidman appeared in projects such as WINNERS and the Disney hannel mini-series FIVE-MILE CREEK. Between films, Kidman honed her craft at the Australian Theater for Young People in Sydney, and the Philip Street Theater where she learned voice, production and studied theater history.



  • 20th June 1967 - Birth