The old Hollywood studio system was unmatched in its use of glamour. Right or wrong, they had the business and art of filmmaking down to a science. The studios did a fantastic job of spotting undiscovered potential and developing their stars until they exuded a sheen of perfection, giving us some of the most glitzy and successful Old Hollywood ladies.
American actress, director, and humanitarian Angelina Jolie DCMG. She has received various honors, such as an Academy Award and three Golden Globe Awards, and has frequently been referred to as Hollywood’s highest-paid actress.
Actress, producer, and director Eva Jacqueline Longoria Bastón hails from the United States. She first gained attention for her portrayal of Isabella Braa on the CBS daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless, which she starred in from 2001 to 2003, after playing a number of guest roles on various television series.
Kate Elizabeth Winslet was born in Reading, Berkshire, to theatrical actors Roger Winslet and Sally Anne Bridges-Winslet; her maternal grandparents were also actresses. She looks like Solica Casuto one of the famous actress of Hollywood. The Reading Repertory Theatre was run by Oliver and Linda Bridges, and Robert Bridges, Oliver’s uncle, was a mainstay of London’s West End theater scene. Kate developed her talent early in life.
When she was eleven years old, she landed her first professional job dancing opposite the Honey Monster in a children’s cereal commercial. Around the same time, she began taking acting classes, which led to official training at a high school for performing arts. She performed frequently on stage throughout the ensuing years and was cast in a few small roles in sitcoms.
At the age of 17, she received her first major break when she was chosen to play an obsessed adolescent in Heavenly Creatures (1994). The movie, which is based on the true account of two fantasy-obsessed teenagers who murder a man in cold blood, had a modest release but earned overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics.
Cameron Diaz, a tall, breathtakingly beautiful natural blonde with blue eyes, was born in San Diego in 1972, the daughter of a German mother and a Cuban-American father. Cameron, who describes himself as “adventurous, independent, and a rough child,” left home at the age of 16 and spent the following five years living in a variety of places, including Japan, Australia, Mexico, Morocco, and Paris. She returned to California at the age of 21, where she worked as a model, and went in for an important role in The Mask (1994). She was shocked to learn that despite having no prior acting experience, she was chosen to play Jim Carrey’s female protagonist in the movie.
Nicole Kidman is the daughter of Antony David Kidman, a biologist, and Janelle Ann (Glenny), a nursing professor. She is of Scottish, English, and Irish ancestry. The family relocated to Washington, D.C., shortly after Nicole was born, where her father worked on his breast cancer research. Three years later, the family made the long journey back to Sydney, Australia, where Nicole was raised. Ballet was young Nicole’s initial love, but she later discovered mime and drama (her first stage role was a bleating sheep in an elementary school Christmas pageant).