Rene Russo hot young
February 17, 1954
5 ft 8 in | 173 cm
36-25-36 in | 91.5-63.5-91.5 cm
61 kg | 135 pounds
8.5 US | 39 EU
Rene Russo was born in Burbank, California, United States, on February 17, 1954, is an American hot actress and model. Young Rene Russo began her career as an model and in TV commercials. She made her big screen debut in sports comedy film Major League (1989) in role as Lynn Weslin. Her breakthrough performance came as Lorna Cole in the action comedy movie Lethal Weapon 3 (1992) with Mel Gibson and Danny Glover, she reprise her role in sequel Lethal Weapon 4 (1998).
She won an Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Nina Romina in thriller film Nightcrawler (2014) opposite Jake Gyllenhaal.
She played Frigga, wife of Odin in superhero films Thor (2011) and in sequel Thor: The Dark World (2013).
Outbreak (1995) medical disaster with Dustin Hoffman, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Spacey
In the Line of Fire (1993) political thriller with Clint Eastwood and John Malkovich
Get Shorty (1995) crime comedy with Danny DeVito, John Travolta and Gene Hackman
Tin Cup (1996) romantic comedy opposite Kevin Costner and Don Johnson
Ransom (1996) crime thriller with Mel Gibson
The Intern (2015) comedy opposite Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway
The Thomas Crown Affair (1999) heist opposite Pierce Brosnan and Faye Dunaway
Just Getting Started (2017) action comedy opposite Morgan Freeman and Tommy Lee Jones
She was one of the best models of the 1970s.
She featured on the cover of Vogue, Cosmopolitan and Mademoiselle.
She is a Red Sox fan.
Russo married American screenwriter Dan Gilroy on March 14, 1992, they have one daughter, Rose.
Lives in Los Angeles and Toluca Lake California.
All of us are broken - some of us more than others. It might be a nurturing, mother thing. I do think there is that, "Oh my God, you're hurting. I know what that feels like and I'd like to be there and support you in that."
I think acting is something that came natural.
I never thought I could model, and I certainly never thought about acting. It's just something that happened to me.
If I had to design a career for myself, I would have done comedy.
I'm not the kind of person that would step on people just to get where I wanted to be, but I have crossed moral boundaries when I've either been afraid or desperate.
I've got a drought-tolerant garden; I've got a company - crazy as it sounds, we make yogurt. There are actors who have to act no matter what, but I don't want to do it just for the sake of doing it.