Jennifer Connelly

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Jennifer Connelly

Also known as: Jenny Connelly
Born: December 12, 1970 (1970-12-12) (age 47)
Catskill Mountains, New York, USA
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Nationality: American
Measurements: 34D-22-34
Bra/cup size: 34D (75D)[1]
Boobs: Natural
Height: 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Body type: Slim
Eye color: Green
Hair: Black
Long, Straight
Pubic hair: Full
Shown: Topless, Bush, Full frontal

Jennifer Lynn Connelly (born December 12, 1970, Catskill Mountains, New York, USA) is an American actress.

Early years

Connelly was born in the Catskill Mountains, New York, to Eileen, an antiques dealer, and Gerard Connelly, a clothing manufacturer who worked in the garment industry. Connelly was raised in Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, near the Brooklyn Bridge, attending St. Ann's School, except for four years the family spent living in Woodstock, New York. One of her father's friends was an advertising executive, who suggested that she audition at a modeling agency.

At the age of ten, her career started in newspaper and magazine ads, then moved to television commercials. These led to movie auditions and at the age of eleven, her first film role was as "young Deborah Gelly," a supporting role in Sergio Leone's 1984 gangster epic, Once Upon a Time in America. She next starred in Italian horror director Dario Argento's Phenomena (1985) and in the coming-of-age movie Seven Minutes in Heaven.



Arguably, Connelly's big breakthrough was the 2000 film Requiem for a Dream. Connelly starred alongside Jared Leto and Marlon Wayans as heroin addicts on the edge of a breakdown. The film firmly established her as a serious actress. Connelly next starred in Ron Howard's film A Beautiful Mind (2001), essaying the role of Alicia Nash, the long-suffering wife of the brilliant, schizophrenic mathematician John Nash (played by Russell Crowe). The film was a critical and commercial success and earned Connelly an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Her appearance in A Beautiful Mind led to a featured article in TIME magazine.

Connelly starred in two films in 2003: Hulk and House of Sand and Fog. Hulk was something of a box office disappointment, but afforded Connelly the chance to work with noted director Ang Lee. House of Sand and Fog, based on the novel by Andre Dubus III, was reminiscent of much of her independent film work of the late 1990s. Connelly appeared in the 2005 horror film Dark Water, which was based on a Japanese film. In 2006, Connelly appeared in two films, both of which were nominated for multiple Academy Awards. She played a major role in an adaptation of the novel Little Children alongside Kate Winslet. Though her role as Kathy Adamson was very important in the novel, the director gave her character less screen time, instead focusing on the characters played by Winslet and Patrick Wilson. She also played a journalist in Blood Diamond opposite Leonardo DiCaprio.

Three of her more critically-acclaimed films (Dark City, Requiem for a Dream, and House of Sand and Fog) feature very similar scenes of Connelly standing alone on a pier overlooking the ocean. According to the directors, this was entirely a coincidence.

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