Ten fun facts about Cate Blanchett


Fact 1
Cate Blanchett was born in Melbourne in the year 1969 and became a part of the National Institute of Dramatic Arts post her graduation.

Fact 2
Cate Blanchett has played Queen Elizabeth in two movies, earning laurels all over for her poignant portrayal of the queen.

Fact 3
She worked in various theatre events in her youth like the stage productions of “The Seagull”, “Hamlet” and other notable plays.


Fact 4
The first movie that Cate acted in was “Paradise Road” after working on various television shows.

Fact 5
Cate worked in a prodigious supporting cast made up of greats like Matt Damon and Jude Law in the 1999 movie “The Talented Mr Ripley”, where Matt Daman played homosexual character.

Fact 6
She is a fan favorite in the “Lord of the Rings” movies for having played the character of Galadriel, an elf.

Fact 7
Cate married her husband Andrew Upton, a successful theatre director and playwright in 1967.

Fact 8
For the Martin Scorsese directed movie “The Aviator”, Cate Blanchett won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Fact 9
Cate has also played Bob Dylan in the Todd Haynes movie “I’m Not There” that deal with different stories put together showcasing Dylan’s different personalities.

Fact 10
David Fincher selected her to play the female lead in his movie “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” in the year 2008 and gained acclaim for her role of a ballet dancer and a troubled lover.


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Is an Australian film actress known for her focused acting efforts and her talent at picking the right movie roles.

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