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Birth Name
Charlize Theron
Date of birth (location)
7 August 1975
Benoni, South Africa


Rarely has there been so much buzz attending the emergence of a new Hollywood star, but concerning the lithe and leggy blonde Charlize Theron, the tag of "It" girl for the 1990s is perfectly apt. The preternatural poise acquired from years of ballet training that enabled her to win a modeling contest at 16 and escape to the world beyond her South African homeland has stood her in good stead on her meteoric rise in show business. She even has a "discovery" story to rival that of Lana Turner's at Schwab's, attracting the attention of talent manager John Crosby with a tour de force hissy fit thrown in a bank when a teller refused to cash the starving would-be actress' out-of-state check.

Lady Luck was smiling on her as she lost the lead in the disastrous "Showgirls" (1995) to Elizabeth Berkley, paving the way for her breathtaking debut as Helga Svelgen, the sexy, catsuited Norwegian hitwoman who went toe-to-toe with Teri Hatcher and titillated fellow assassin James Spader in John Herzfeld's "2 Days in the Valley" (1996).
Theron was so unknown she remained nameless in the marketing campaign for "2 Days in the Valley". Nevertheless her scantily clad, gun-toting image stared down from billboards and stopped traffic and imprinted itself on the studio mindset.

Offers poured in for her to essentially play that icy sex kitten again, but she demurred, further displaying her versatility with an about-face as the prissy marriage-minded girlfriend of a drummer (Tom Everett Scott) in Tom Hanks' directorial debut, "That Thing You Do!" (also 1996), earning a blush from Hanks when she told him at the audition of the crush she had on him since seeing "Splash" at the age of nine. Adorable in her comic role as a waitress who catches Jeff Daniels' eye in Jonathan Lynn's "Trial and Error", Theron really impressed with her deglamorized turn as Keanu Reeves' brunette wife in Taylor Hackford's thriller "The Devil's Advocate" (both 1997). Fighting hard against the stereotyping of her as too beautiful for the part, she more than held her own against Al Pacino and Reeves, with an onscreen breakdown that landed her character in the loony bin proving she was much, much more than just a pretty face.

Woody Allen gave Theron the chance to spoof her modeling experience as the oversexed supermodel of "Celebrity", and she enjoyed her first starring turn in the well-crafted Disney remake of "Mighty Joe Young" (both 1998), feeling quite at home as the orphaned African girl who grows up with an orphaned gorilla and remains his devoted protector as an adult. Once again convincingly maneuvering through a wide range of emotions, Theron was right on the money with her mixture of strong-willed resilience and moist-eyed vulnerability as "The Astronaut's Wife" (1999), an extraterrestrial spin on "Rosemary's Baby" which disappeared quickly due to its predictability and lackluster promotion by the studio. She continued to impress as Candy, a young woman tempted by desire for another man while her soldier boyfriend is away at the war, in "The Cider House Rules" (also 1999), glad that director Lasse Hallstrom and screenwriter John Irving (for the first time adapting one of his novels to the screen) had not made her character overly sympathetic.

The sky seems the limit for Theron, arguably the hottest actress in Hollywood with five movies coming out in 2000. She endured freezing on-location conditions and even took on some stunt work for her role in John Frankenheimer's "Reindeer Games", which she told Premiere (December 1999) was the "most layered character I've ever played," a restless Midwestern woman whose sexual dalliance with an ex-con played by Ben Affleck, inadvertently leads him back to a life of crime. In 2000, there was an appearance as Faye Dunaway's daughter in "The Yards", not to mention her teaming with Will Smith and Matt Damon for Robert Redford's "The Legend of Bagger Vance", set against the backdrop of a golf tournament in 1930s Georgia. She also joined another salt-n-pepper tandem, Robert De Niro and Cuba Gooding Jr., for "Men of Honor", the true story of Carl Brashear, the Navy's first African-American salvage-and-retrieval diver.

In 2001, Theron was seen in Woody Allen's "Curse of the Jade Scorpion" and she reteamed with Reeves for the weepy and romantic Sweet November. 2002 saw Theron playing in a chilling drama ("Trapped") and in a daring comedy ("Waking Up in Reno"). A year later, she starred opposite Mark Wahlberg in the heist thriller The Italian Job.

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