Renée Zellweger is one of the most famous and highly respected actresses in the United States. While she was born in Texas, Zellweger loved performing in plays and cheerleading when she was younger. After completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, she chose to take up dramatic arts as her main course of study, which altered her direction in life entirely. As soon as she got on stage, she found herself feeling at comfortable.
Zellweger first began to appear in supporting parts in a number of films, such as ‘Saw VI’, before getting the main role in ‘Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation’. She had a boost in her career when she moved to Los Angeles. She had her first big commercial success with the movie “Jerry Maguire,” in which she portrayed Tom Cruise’s love interest. She was awarded worldwide recognition and appreciation for her role-playing. Following this, she starred in several major hits, like “Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason”, “Chicago”, “Cold Mountain”, and the like. Her excellent acting ability resulted in her being named one of the highest-paid actresses in Hollywood, as shown by her three Golden Globe Awards.
By graduation in 1991, she had a bachelor’s degree in English and began pursuing acting jobs in and around Houston. She found her first job working in a beef advertisement at this period. She had a small part in the films “A Taste for Killing,” “Murder in the Heartland,” “Reality Bites,” and “8 Seconds” between 1992 and 1994.
Her first true success occurred in 1994, when she had a significant part in the film Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation. After starring in a prominent part in the film, “Love and a .45,” she became a well-known actress in Hollywood. She brilliantly portrayed the character, winning her an Independent Spirit Award for outstanding performance by an actress in her first role.
After seeing how well she was received, she relocated to Los Angeles, the centre of the film and entertainment industry. Her first movie after moving was the 1995 film ‘Empire Records. By the time “Jerry Maguire” was published in 1996, she had made a name for herself and was instantly famous across the globe. She was a love interest in the film who portrayed the role of Jerry. Wide critical and financial success was achieved by the film. Though she had managed to secure a steady footing in Hollywood, the big blockbuster hit remained elusive to her. That being said, in 1998 she had two box office hits in a row, ‘One True Thing’ and ‘Nurse Betty’. In addition, she also took home her first Golden Globe for the film.
She quickly became one of the most bankable and sexiest celebrities in Hollywood. She was distinct from her coworkers since she broke from the traditional methods. She was bold enough to accept parts that tested her skills, such as movies with many changes in story and characters.
She next appeared in the film “Me, Myself and Irene” as the love interest of Jim Carrey’s character, Joe Pickens. The film was directed by the Farrell Brothers, who had her portraying twins in the lead roles. The highly praised British rom-com ‘Bridget Jones’ Diary’ was released in 2001. Bridget Jones, a British overweight girl, was portrayed in the film. To add realism to the role, she had to put on weight and improve on her accent. Even with the hard effort required, she was complimented by reviewers.
She appeared in two films in 2002: “White Oleander” starring Michelle Pfeiffer, and a directorial effort called “Chicago” directed by Rob Marshall. A two-time Golden Globe winner’s film was highly praised, and it helped earn her a second such prize. In 2003, ‘Cold Mountain’, a film she starred in, was released. Ruby Thewes was based on a real person during the Civil War. Her portrayal of the role won her the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, the first of her career. In addition, she was given the prize for the movie at the Golden Globes.
Her most recent film appearance was in the sequel to Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, which was called Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason. She also performed the voice of an animated character in DreamWorks’ “Shark Tale” and “Bee Movie. In 2005, she was involved in the film adaptation of Ron Howard’s “Cinderella Man” (2006) and the biography of singer/songwriter Janis Joplin (2005’s “Piece of My Heart”). Her other work includes directing and starring in the 2005 film, Miss Potter, which is based on the life of Beatrix Potter.
She returned to work a little more than three years later and was featured in the western movie, ‘Appaloosa,’ and the period comedy, ‘Leatherheads.’ She made the movie, ‘Living Proof,’ in addition to this. This actress has a number of movies planned for release in 2009, thus she had a full year. Since the release of her previous movie, ‘My Own Love Song,’ her latest project has been a 2010 drama film, ‘My Own Love Song’ in which she stars as a paralyzed former singer.
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