Naomi Ellen Watts born at 28 Sept.1968 in
Shoreham, England and raised in Australia, Naomi Watts has
been working actively in the film industry for 15 years. After she
moved to Hollywood, she worked regularly, acting in small roles
in film projects she was less than enthusiastic about. Finally, her
big break came when she was contacted to audition for a coveted
spot in David Lynch's Mulholland Dr. (2001). Her star-turning
performance in the dual role of Betty Elms/Diane Selwyn has
garnered an array of critic's awards and the attention of some
major players in Hollywood and beyond. Watts is now enjoying
greater choice of film roles and played (with great success)the
lead in Gore Verbinski's remake of the Japanese horror classic
The Ring (2002). She also starred opposite Kate Hudson in
Merchant/Ivory's adaptation of the Diane Johnson novel Le
divorce (2003). Subsequently, Watts' creative acting abilities have
continued to grow and deepen. She has been cast in an array of
films with only the best directors and actors and continues to
stun critics and amaze filmgoers with her versatility and range.
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