Elizabeth Hurley hot young
June 10, 1965
5 ft 8 in | 173 cm
38-26-34 in | 96.5-66-86 cm
61 kg | 134.5 pounds
9.5 US | 41 EU
Elizabeth Hurley was born in Basingstoke, United Kingdom, on June 10, 1965, is an English hot actress and model. Young Elizabeth Hurley made her big screen debut in British anthology movie Aria (1987) in role as Marietta. She made her Hollywood debut in action film Passenger 57 (1992) opposite Wesley Snipes. Her breakthrough role came as Vanessa Kensington in comedy film Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) with Mike Myers. She played the same character in sequel Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999).
Permanent Midnight (1998) drama opposite Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson
Devil in Bedazzled (2000) black comedy with Brendan Fraser
EDtv (1999) comedy opposite Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson
Serving Sara (2002) romantic comedy with Amy Adams and Matthew Perry
Sharpe's Enemy (1994) action adventure with Sean Bean
The Weight of Water (2000) mystery thriller opposite Sean Penn
My Favorite Martian (1999) science fiction comedy with Jeff Daniels and Daryl Hannah
Rowing with the Wind (1988) drama mystery opposite Hugh Grant
Dangerous Ground (1997) action thriller opposite Ving Rhames and Ice Cube
Viktor (2014) thriller drama opposite Gérard Depardieu
She played Queen Helena in soap opera The Royals (2015–2018).
She is avid ballet dancer.
Spokesmodel for Estée Lauder.
Huge fan of the Fulham Football Club.
She graced the cover of British Vogue three times.
She dated English actor Hugh Grant (1987-2000).
She was married to Arun Nayar (2007-2010).
She has been engaged to Shane Warne (2011-2013).
She has been in relationships with film director Steve Bing (2001), they have one son, Damian Charles Hurley, Hugh Grant is his godfather.
I like to eat delicious food and laugh a lot. I can put up with most things in life, as long a someone is making me laugh.
I walk every day with my dogs and force myself to run a bit but I hate it.
I love moving. I love new houses. I'm always looking for somewhere else.
It took me six years to be comfortable modeling a swimsuit.
You know, you want to be a success. You want people to know who you are.
I always wear make-up as I've never seen the point of looking less than your best.
Hugh Grant and I both laugh and cringe at the same things, worship the same books, eat the same food, hate central heating and sleep with the window open. I thought these things were vital, but being two peas in a pod ended up not being enough.
I have three lives: actress, model, producer. Sometimes I'm aware that there's a fourth life, which is somewhat neglected, which is living a bit.