Oscar-winner Nicole Kidman made her film debut when she was just 16 years old, in the Australian film Bush Christmas. International recognition came six years later, as the main role in 1989’s Dead Calm with Sam Neill.
In the following year, her American debut came opposite Tom Cruise in the movie Days of Thunder.
In 1996, Kidman her first Golden won the Globe, for the year 1995 is To Die for. Their second came in the year 2002, for her turn in 2001 of Baz Luhrmann ‘ Moulin Rouge musical. Her performance as actress and courtesan Satine in the film earned her her first Oscar nomination. The next year a flood of awards for Kidman’s performance in the film saw” the hours. The Film won the 2003 Academy Award for Best Film, while Kidman won the Academy Award for Best actress (the first Australians), plus a BAFTA and a Golden Globe. Kidman also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the same year. Since then, she has to get a sequel to star in various films, including Cold Mountain, Happy Feet, Nine, Rabbit, and The railwaymen.
Kidman received her first Emmy nomination in 2012 for her role as Martha Gellhorn in the TV film Hemingway & Gellhorn. Kidman in the main role in another TV-biopic in 2014, plays Grace Kelly in “Grace of Monaco”. Soon you will Read on the small screen in an adaptation of the successful novel ” Big Little, set to premiere on HBO in 2016.