Thandie Newton hot young
November 06, 1972
5 ft 3 in | 160 cm
33-23.5-35 in | 84-60-89 cm
51 kg | 112.5 pounds
7 US | 37.5 EU
Thandie Newton was born in Westminster, London, England, on November 6, 1972, is an English hot actress. Young Thandie Newton made her big screen debut in the Australian comedy drama film Flirting (1991) in role as Thandiwe Adjewa, opposite Nicole Kidman and Naomi Watts. Her breakthrough role came as Yvette in gothic horror film Interview with the Vampire (1994) with Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt.
She won a BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance as Christine Thayer in drama movie Crash (2004) opposite Sandra Bullock. She won Critics' Choice Award for her role as sentient android madam Maeve Millay in HBO science fiction Western television series Westworld.
She played Val in space Western film Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018).
Mission: Impossible II (2000) thriller action opposite Tom Cruise
Jefferson in Paris (1995) historical drama opposite Gwyneth Paltrow and Nick Nolte
Besieged (1999) drama romance directed by Bernardo Bertolucci
Beloved (1998) horror drama opposite Oprah Winfrey and Danny Glover
The Truth About Charlie (2002) mystery thriller with Mark Wahlberg and Tim Robbins
RocknRolla (2008) crime comedy with Gerard Butler and Tom Hardy
For Colored Girls (2010) drama directed by Tyler Perry
The Chronicles of Riddick (2004) science fiction adventure opposite Vin Diesel
The Pursuit of Happyness (2006) biographical drama opposite Will Smith
Vanishing on 7th Street (2010) post-apocalyptic thriller with John Leguizamo and Hayden Christensen
Gringo (2018) crime comedy opposite Charlize Theron and Amanda Seyfried
She has a Zimbabwean mother and a British father, lived in Zambia during her early childhood.
She is vegan.
She married English film writer and director Ol Parker in 1998, they have two daughters and a son.
When you truly expose yourself. When you truly show that you have nothing to hide, people are tender towards you.
I don't put the pressure on myself to be a very successful movie star. I want to enjoy being an actor and I want to be challenged by the roles I take.
I'm good at playing the emotionally strangled person. The woman who is in the worst place in her life. That's me!
I can hardly find the words to describe the peace I felt when I was acting. My dysfunctional self could actually plug in to another self, not my own, and it felt so good. It was the first time that I existed inside a fully-functioning self - one that I controlled, that I steered, that I gave life to.
Every day I went on Westworld’s set, I did not have to leave my activist hat at home. That was extraordinary to me. I felt that by playing this character I was advancing the cause of women. Of humans.
I use the film industry as a pleasure for work and that kind of thing and it's not a pursuit to make me feel happy in my life.