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Born in England, Naomi Watts was raised in Australia, where she studied acting and launched her stellar career. Blending English wit and Australian charm, Naomi chooses her roles with great care. Her breakthrough performance in David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive in 2001 lit up the screen and had respected directors standing up and taking notice. The role earned her Best Actress awards from esteemed organizations, including the National Board of Review and National Society of Film Critics.
Naomi devotes her time to raising awareness for AIDS-related issues and is a Goodwill Ambassador for the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS and an inaugural member of the AIDS Red Ribbon Awards.
AN ICONIC ACTRESS
With immeasurable talent and graceful beauty, Naomi consistently takes on Hollywood’s most versatile and challenging roles. Her subtle delicateness and mastery of complex characters have inspired the world’s most respected contemporary film directors. Naomi’s critical success gave her the freedom to select projects that resonated on a personal level—from tragedies like Alejandro’s Gonzales Inarritu’s 21 Grams, where she starred alongside Sean Penn, to major blockbusters, such as Peter Jackson’s epic remake of King Kong in 2005. These passionate roles have earned her nominations from the esteemed Academy Awards, the Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
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