Rachel Weisz was born on March 7, 1970 in London, England. She is an Academy Award-winning English actress who became popular in the Hollywood filmdom after her films The Mummy and The Mummy Returns hit box offices. Weisz grew up in Hampstead Garden Suburb and educated at North London Collegiate School. She then shifted her school to Benenden School. But she eventually settled in St Paul's Girls' School where she entered Trinity Hall, Cambridge and graduated with a 2:1 in English. In her university years, Weisz began to appear in various student productions. She took up the role of co-founding a student drama group called Cambridge Talking Tongues. The group went on to win a Guardian Student Drama Award at the Edinburgh Festival for an improvised piece called Slight Possession.
In the movie world, her breakthrough role was made with West End, revival of Noel Coward's play Design for Living (1933) at the Gielgud Theatre. As she has already worked for various UK television productions like Inspector Morse (1993), Weisz started her cinema career in 1995 with Chain Reaction and her next venture was Bernardo Bertolucci’s Stealing Beauty. Following these works, she worked with more English movies, namely, My Summer with Des, Swept from the Sea, The Land Girls, and Michael Winterbottom's I Want You.
Despite all her initial flicks that make her popular in the movie world, she received her foremost critical recognition for her work in The Mummy. Since then, she acted in a number of films including The Mummy Returns (2001), which grossed higher than the original. Other notable movies in Weisz’s list include Enemy at the Gates (2001), About a Boy (2002), Runaway Jury (2003) and Constantine (2005).
In addition to her screen activities, Weisz’s stage work includes the role of Catherine in a London production of Tennessee Williams' Suddenly Last Summer and Evelyn in Neil LaBute's The Shape of Things at the Almeida Theatre. The plays have been made into films too. In 2005, she acted in Fernando Meirelles’s The Constant Gardener, a film adaptation of a John le Carré thriller of the same title. For her role in the film, Weisz won the 2006 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress; the 2006 Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress; and others. Weisz is popular for her gorgeous features and amazing fashion sense. Rachel Weisz Hairstyles are trendy, chic and very versatile. Some of her stunning hair cuts are listed as under.
PopularRachel Weisz Hairstyles:
Weisz looked stunning at the 79th Annual Academy Awards with this low placed up-style hairdo. To create the design The Mummy actress pulled up her back tresses and the top section was added with perfect volume and body. This style is suitable for those having oblong and diamond facial shapes. To create this medium texture style, Weisz used blow dry and curling iron techniques. Products recommended for this style include mousse, gel spray, and molding cream.
At the 2007 Golden Globe Awards, Weisz looked gorgeous in her medium texture hairstyle. The length was maintained perfectly resting on the shoulders and the side bangs with slightly layered to enhance her cute face. This style is suitable for those with oval or oblong face shapes.
Weisz wore funky haircut in which the sides were trimmed to a short length. In the style, the length was jagged cut and the top section added some volume. Weisz was seen with his sexy funky cut at the 11th Annual Critics' Choice Awards. This cut is one of the best options for those having square or diamond facial features. To create this stunning hair cut The Mummy actress uses curly iron following the dry blow process.
Simple and Sexy
This is considered to be the hottest of all Rachel Weisz Hairstyles. To create this simple but sexy style, the actress’ side tresses are perfectly blended with gorgeous bangs. The top section is trimmed and the sides are slightly lowered. Weisz wore this splendid hairdo at the Oscar Awards. This style is one of the best options for those having oval or round facial cuts. It can be sported with ease on all formal occasions and is great for all weather conditions.