Kate Winslet Biography

Born in 1975 in Reading, England, Kate Winslet began studying theater at the age of 11 years to Redroofs Theater School. It quickly appears on British television in commercials, and in 1991, she landed her first role in a television series, "Dark Season". In 1996, the cinema opens its doors with The Heavenly Creatures by Peter Jackson. It is, however, his interpretation of romantic and passionate Marianne Dashwood in the adaptation of Jane Austen, Reasons and feelings, which allows him to get a Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor. 

Kate Winslet then makes debut discrete United States by joining the cast of Hamlet (1997) to Kenneth Branagh , for which she plays the sweet Ophelia. During the filming of this movie, she landed the role of Rose in Titanic for James Cameron , who will make her and her partner Leonardo DiCaprio iconic film the couple's romantic past twenty years. After the huge success of this film, it does not neglect the smaller productions and joined the cast of Holy Smoke (1999) by Jane Campion alongside Harvey Keitel. 

His interpretation of the young maid Madeleine LeClerc, the heart of the fantasies of Sade in Quills - Quill and blood, underlines its status as a multi-faceted actress is equally at home in costume films than in romantic comedies or dramas. His private life Kate Winslet , who was married to Jim Threapleton, had a daughter Mia Honey in October 2000. During her marriage to Sam Mendes, she gave birth to a son Joe Alfie in December 2003. A few years later, she had an affair with British model Louis Dowler in 2010 but the couple is now separated. In 2003, she fights against the death penalty in trying to prove the innocence of Kevin Spacey in The Life of David Gale. 

But it's the following year she created a sensation by playing in the troubling Clementine Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind of Michel Gondry. While Fernando Meirelles offers him the opportunity to hold up the poster of The Constant Gardener , she prefers to join Johnny Depp in the cast of Neverland (2005) to lend his features to Sylvia Llewelyn Davies, mother of the children who inspired JM Barrie to write "Peter Pan". In 2006 she starred alongside Jude Law in All the King's of Steve Zaillian, then in the romantic comedy The Holiday. The same year, Kate Winslet made ??a foray into animation by lending his voice to Rita, one of the characters of Flushed Away. 

In Little Children (2007) by Todd Hayne's, she plays a young woman who finds her life turned upside down after meeting alone with a married man played by Patrick Wilson. Kate Winslet Leonardo DiCaprio again in 2009, legendary couple of Titanic in Revolutionary Road, directed by her husband Sam Mendes. But it is in The Reader Kate receives the ultimate consecration with the Oscar for Best Actress. Unfortunately, a few months after this success, she divorced husband with whom she stayed 7 years will be. It is found however in 2010 with a smile on the arm of British supermodel, Louis Dowler. 

The following year, the actress finds Todd Haynes to turn the mini-series, Mildred Pierce, where she played principal. His performance was hailed by critics and peers. She receives in September's Emmy Awards for Best Actress in a Miniseries and also won the Best Actress Golden Globe. In the process, it turns consecutively for Steven Soderbergh in Contagion, and for Roman Polanski in Carnage. This role allows him to win a Golden Globe nomination against his partner Jodie Foster. She then goes to a lighter by joining the cast of the comedy Movie February 24, 2012, she will receive an honorary Cesar for his career.