Cate Blanchett is a highly regarded Australian actress who has a net worth of $95 million. She is well known for her diverse roles across both independent and mainstream films. Between August 2017 and August 2018, Cate earned $13 million which was enough to make her one of the 10 highest paid actresses in the world.
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|Net Worth||$95 Million|
|Date of Birth||May 14, 1969 (age 53 years)||Gender||Female|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.74 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Film Producer, Voice Actor|
Cate’s acting career started out on stage in Sydney in the 1992 David Mamet play “Oleanna.” She landed her first feature film role in 1997 when she played a supporting role in “Paradise Road.” Cate has since gone on to have an incredibly successful and prolific career. Her first leading role was in the 1997 film “Oscar and Lucinda.” She received dozens of awards for her critically acclaimed role as Queen Elizabeth I in the 1998 movie “Elizabeth.” This film helped propel her to stardom. From this point on, film roles began to pour in. In 1999, Cate starred opposite Matt Damon in “The Talented Mr. Ripley,” for which she received her second BAFTA nomination.
Cate has been married to Australian playwright Andrew Upton since 1997. Together they have three children. For five years the couple served as the co-artistic directors of the Sydney Theater company.
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I don't consciously think of how parenthood has changed me but I'm sure it must have.Cate Blanchett
Every time I create a character, I don't assume they speak like I do, even if they're Australian.Cate Blanchett
People had always vaguely mentioned that when you have children, how part of your life would stop. But they don't say that some other extraordinary part of your life opens up.Cate Blanchett
I'm not well read.Cate Blanchett
You're always more critical of your own country. People will talk about stuff in Britain, and I'll go: 'Aw, it's not that bad,' but at home, it's different. It's inside you.Cate Blanchett