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Rachel Weisz

(1970-), Actress

Sitter in 6 portraits
Weisz read English at Trinity Hall, Cambridge before appearing in films such as Stealing Beauty (1996) and The Land Girls (1998). She became known to audiences internationally following her role in The Mummy (1999). In 2005 she was named Best Supporting Actress at the Golden Globe Awards for her role in the film The Constant Gardener. Other films include The Whistleblower (2010) and The Deep Blue Sea (2011). Weisz starred in Rob Ashford's production of A Streetcar Named Desire (2009) winning the award for Best Actress at both the Evening Standard Theatre Awards (2009) and at the Laurence Olivier Awards (2010) for her performance.

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Rachel Weisz, by Dan Kenyon - NPG x127298

Rachel Weisz

by Dan Kenyon
gelatin silver print, Summer 1991
NPG x127298

Rachel Weisz, by Bob Carlos Clarke - NPG x137387

Rachel Weisz

by Bob Carlos Clarke
bromide print, 1993
NPG x137387

Rachel Weisz, by Harry Borden - NPG x87890

Rachel Weisz

by Harry Borden
C-type colour print, 18 September 1997
NPG x87890

Rachel Weisz, by Harry Borden - NPG x87891

Rachel Weisz

by Harry Borden
C-type colour print, 1997
NPG x87891

Rachel Weisz, by Sven Arnstein - NPG x88119

Rachel Weisz

by Sven Arnstein
bromide print, 1999
NPG x88119

Rachel Weisz, by Sven Arnstein - NPG x88118

Rachel Weisz

by Sven Arnstein
bromide print, 1999
NPG x88118

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