Catherine Elise (Cate) Blanchett is an Australian actress of theatre, film and film voice acting. Winner of two “Oscar” awards (2005, 2014), three BAFTA awards (1999, 2005, 2014), three “Golden globe” awards (1999, 2008, 2014) and two Screen Actors Guild Award (2005, 2014). Great success and recognition among the actors brought her role in the films: “Elizabeth” (1998), “The Lord of the Rings” (2001, 2002, 2003), “The Aviator “(2004), “Notes on a Scandal”(2006), “I’m Not There “(2007), “Elisabeth: The Golden Age “(2007), “Blue Jasmine “(2013) and “Carol” (2015). There are many rumors about Kate Blanchett plastic surgery.
The actress spoke out against plastic surgery. In one of her interviews, a celebrity and a mother of three sons said that looking at current trends, she doesn’t know what she would do if she had a daughter. The actress does not understand how to allow your minor child to have plastic surgery for breast augmentation.
“I suspect, – says the actress – that many who decide on such surgery in this age, the breast has not fully formed yet!”
However, not so long ago, she admitted that she does not exclude this possibility.
“I’m an actress and I need as long as possible to maintain my appearance”.
Blanchett plans to give birth to another child, and then do a plastic surgery.
Kate Blanchett biography:
Kate Blanchett was born in the suburbs of Melbourne, one of Australia’s largest cities, in the family of Robert and June Blanchett. Her first appearance on the stage took place in the women’s Methodist College of Melbourne. Kate entered the national Institute of dramatic art. Throughout the entire period of study she was considered one of the most capable students of her course and brilliantly graduated from the Institute in 1992. The first experiments Blanchett on the theatrical stage has brought her rave reviews from critics. In 1996 was followed by the first notable work in film — drama, short “Parklands”, where Blanchett played the main role. The film tells the story of a girl Rosie, who learned the truth about the corrupt past of her recently deceased father. Since then, the actress’s attention has largely moved on to movie. The main event in 1998, Blanchett was the role of Queen Elizabeth I in the historical drama Indian film Director Shekhar Kapoor’s “Elizabeth”. The film reflects the youth of Elizabeth I, the circumstances of her ascension to the throne and early reign. One of the Central themes was the love story of a young Queen and her favourite Lord Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. Blanchett’s partners in the film were Joseph Fiennes, Jeffrey rush and Vincent Cassel, who played, respectively, Lord Dudley, adviser to the Queen sir Francis Walsingham and contender for her hand eccentric Duke of Anjou, the future king of France Henry III. Thanks to the role of Elizabeth Blanchett gained worldwide fame. She was nominated for the Oscar and Screen Actors Guild Award, won the Golden globe and BAFTA awards. The press once again enthusiastically spoke about her game — according to critics, the actress perfectly coped with the role and created an impressive image of the great Queen.
During her acting career spanning more than two decades, Kate Blanchett starred in more than forty films and took part in about twenty theatrical productions. She was awarded a star on the Hollywood walk of fame.
Kate Blanchett privat life:
From 29 December 1997 Blanchett married to screenwriter and editor Andrew Upton, with whom she met a year before their wedding after their acquaintance on the set of the television series. They were married shortly before the actress began filming in Elizabeth. The wedding took place in the Blue Mountains National Park in the Australian state of new South Wales. At first the couple lived in a coastal area of Sydney, then they moved to London and later returned to Australia. The couple have four children: three sons, Dashiell John Upton, Roman Robert Upton and Ignatius Martin Upton, and one daughter Edith Vivian Patricia Upton.
Kate Blanchett plastic surgery:
To this day, Kate does not use plastic surgery. In her interview, she says:
“I will not tell women from the rostrum what they should or should not do. I just know what works in my case. But when I see 20-year-old girls who inject themselves with Botox, I’m not overwhelmed with admiration, but I feel sorry.”