CATHERINE ZETA-JONES (Marina)
won an Academy AwardÂ® for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the
OscarÂ®-winning Best Picture "Chicago," in which she starred with
Renee Zellweger and Richard Gere. She also won Screen Actors Guild (SAG), BAFTA
and Critics Choice Awards, and received a Golden Globe Award nomination for her
acting, singing and dancing portrayal of the murderous Velma Kelly in the
musical. In addition to Zeta-Jones' individual awards, the entire cast of
"Chicago" won the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Motion
Zeta-Jones had previously earned a
Golden Globe nomination for her work in Steven Soderbergh's drama
"Traffic," and, along with her fellow castmates, won a SAG Award for
Outstanding Performance by a Motion Picture Cast.
This fall, Zeta-Jones will star
opposite George Clooney in the Coen brothers' comedy "Intolerable
Cruelty," in which she plays a gold-digging Beverly Hills divorcee.
Born in Wales, Zeta-Jones began her
career on the stage, starring in the West End production of "42nd
Street." She then landed a leading role in the hit Yorkshire Television
series "The Darling Buds of May," based on the novels of H.E. Bates.
Zeta-Jones first gained international
recognition with her standout performance in the action adventure hit "The
Mask of Zorro," in which she starred opposite Antonio Banderas and Anthony
Hopkins. She next played an undercover insurance investigator trying to trap a
thief, played by Sean Connery, in Jon Amiel's romantic thriller
"Entrapment." She more recently starred as a diva movie star in Joe
Roth's directorial debut feature "America's Sweethearts," with
Julia Roberts, Billy Crystal and John Cusack.
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