Nicole Kidman (1967) is an Australian actress, though she was born in Honolulu and lived in Hawaii until she was four years old. Her father, a clinical psychologist, biochemist and author, was a fellow at the National Institute of Mental Health in the US which is why the family was in Hawaii during Nicole Kidman's birth.
In Australia, Kidman got her start in the film industry in 1983 when she appeared in a music video. After that, she really started to take off with supporting roles in a TV series and four films. By the end of the 1980s, Nicole Kidman had her breakthrough and gained the attention of many critics for her strong acting abilities.
By the 90s, Kidman was acting in mostly Hollywood films in the US. Thanks to her birth in Hawaii, the actress already had dual citizenship. It was in the 1990 film "Days of Thunder" that Kidman met Tom Cruise, her future husband. Their marriage in the same year attracted a lot of attention from the press. The couple adopted two children together. When the celebrity couple separate after 10 years of marriage, Kidman was pregnant but had a miscarriage.
During her marriage to Cruise, Kidman became an occasional practitioner of the Scientology religion but has ceased to be involved in the church. In 2006, Kidman married country singer Keith Urban and they had a child together in 2008. Nicole Kidman continues to make movies and is considered one of the leading female actresses in the industry. Some of her films include "To Die For", "Batman Forever", "Eyes Wide Shut", "Moulin Rouge", "Bewitched" and many more.
Along with being an actress, Nicole Kidman is also known for her modeling, singing and charitable work.