Claire Danes hot young
April 12, 1979
5 ft 5.5 in | 166 cm
34-23-34 in | 87-58.5-87 cm
54 kg | 119 pounds
8 US | 38.5 EU
Claire Danes was born in New York City, U.S., on April 12, 1979 is an American hot actress. Young Claire Danes began her acting career in the Dudley Moore TV sitcom pilot Dudley, at the age of thirteen. Her breakthrough role came as Angela Chase in teen television series My So-Called Life (1994), at the age of fifteen, for which she won an Golden Globe Award. She made her big screen debut in drama movie Little Women (1994) in role as Elizabeth "Beth" March. She made her Broadway debut in a play Pygmalion (2007) in role as Eliza Doolittle.
She playing Carrie Mathison in Showtime series Homeland, since 2011, for which she won the 2013 Golden Globe and the 2012 Golden Globe for Best Actress. She won an Golden Globe for her role as Temple Grand in HBO TV film Temple Grandin (2010).
Romeo + Juliet (1996) romantic crime with Leonardo DiCaprio
U Turn (1997) western neo noir crime thriller opposite Sean Penn and Jennifer Lopez
Brokedown Palace (1999) drama with Kate Beckinsale
Stage Beauty (2004) romantic drama opposite Billy Crudup
The Hours (2002) drama opposite Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman
Terminator 3 - Rise of the Machines (2003) sci-fi action opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger
Stardust (2007) romantic adventure fantasy opposite Michelle Pfeiffer and Robert De Niro
As Cool as I Am (2013) comedy drama with James Marsden
Me and Orson Welles (2008) period drama opposite Zac Efron
The Rainmaker (1997) drama crime with Matt Damon
Little Women (1994) drama opposite Winona Ryder and Christian Bale
Igby Goes Down (2002) comedy drama with Jeff Goldblum and Susan Sarandon
Les Misérables (1998) drama crime opposite Liam Neeson and Uma Thurman
Shopgirl (2005) romantic comedy opposite Steve Martin
Claire received a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame, on 24 September 2015.
She took dance classes at age of six.
Her hobbies are surfing, gymnastics and dancing.
She married British actor Hugh Dancy in France (2009), they have two sons.
Lives in the West Village neighborhood of New York City.
I live in an adult world, but I'm a kid. I love the work. But I no longer have a group of friends to hang out with regularly.
I never thought of myself as a child movies actor. I knew I was a kid, but they weren't related. There was nothing I could do about being a kid, and meanwhile I was an actress, and I had something to say in my acting.
I think that everybody wants to create, to do something that feels genuine and kinetic and spontaneous. I think actors want to surprise themselves. When it's really good, you kind of transcend yourself, and that happens infrequently. Very, very rarely. You might get one or two of those moments on a film, say and sometimes they don't even use the takes where that happens. And I'm not really that moralistic about how you get there.
People confuse fame with validation or love. But fame is not the reward. The reward is getting fulfillment out of doing the thing you love.
Relationships are a constant negotiation and balance.
Growing up in New York City, I was always encouraged to question authority, and I think I confused patriotism with jingoism.
I've always very earnestly tried to do my best, so I just have to trust that and forgive myself for being fallible.
I was a very confident child. I knew I wanted to be an actress from the age of 5.