Kate Winslet’s biography and interesting facts: she obsessives about her feet

Kate Winslet’s biography: Kate Winslet (born October 5, 1975, Reading, Berkshire, England) English actress known for her sharply drawn portrayals of spirited and unusual women.

With a career spanning three decades, Kate Winslet is one of the most iconic actresses of our time.

You may know her as the beloved star of Titanic, The Reader, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and so many other films, but she’s got a whole lot of experiences and quirks that make her more than just a great actress — she’s a truly fascinating person.

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Kate Winslet’s biography

1-Her training began very early.

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Kate Winslet’s biography: It’s no wonder that Kate’s been recognized for her acting chops so many times — she began intensive training as a 10-year-old at the Redroofs Drama School in England. Can you spot her in this pic from the late 1980s?

2-She got her start in a kids’ commercial.

When Kate was 11 years old, she starred in a commercial for Sugar Puffs, a sugary cereal. It was a sweet (hyuck hyuck) start to a massive career. Soon after, she got her first television role in a mini-series called Anglo Saxon Attitudes at the age of 17.

3-Before making it big, she also worked in a deli.

In fact, she was reportedly making a pastrami sandwich when her agent told her she’d received the role of Juliet Hulme in Heavenly Creatures, for which she won British Film Actress of the Year during the London Film Critics’ Circle in 1996.

4-She thanked James Cameron with the perfect bouquet.

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Kate Winslet’s biography: When director James Cameron cast her as Rose DeWitt Bukater in Titanic, she sent him a bouquet of — what else? — roses in gratitude.

5-Filming “Titanic” was extra cold for Kate.

Kate Winslet’s biography: It was clearly the role of a lifetime, but playing Rose was no picnic. You know all those scenes where she’s running, swimming and floating around the freezing water inTitanic? Yeah, she was the only actor not wearing a wetsuit. Talk about dedication!

6-But the role launched a lifelong friendship with Leonardo DiCaprio.

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There’s no questioning the fact that this pair had some serious onscreen chemistry in 1997, but they’ve also maintained a strong friendship through the years. “I think it’s a testament to that fact that he’s such a lovely person and that people really not only admire him, but also really like him and respect him,” she told E! regarding the Oscars’ recognition of Leo’s film work, choking back tears. “I feel quite proud of that, it’s lovely — I keep getting emotional when I talk about Leo.”

7-Her hair isn’t naturally red.

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Kate Winslet’s biography: Despite her breakout role as the redheaded Rose in Titanic, her hair is actually a cool strawberry blonde color. Still, doesn’t she look fantastic with these scarlet strands?

8-She was offered the role of Eowyn, but turned it down.
This princess-turned-warrior in Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers was originally offered to Kate, who passed on it. Miranda Otto was then cast in the role.

9-She’s made multiple Oscar-worthy achievements.

For her striking performance as Sarah in 2006’s drama Little Children, Kate earned her fifth Academy Award nomination at age 31, making her the youngest actor to do so.

In 2009, she again broke a record for her role in The Reader by becoming the youngest actor to have been nominated six times at just 33 years old.

Her previously nominated roles: Marianne in Sense and Sensibility (1996), Rose in Titanic (1998), Young Iris in Iris (2002), Clementine in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2005) and Joanna Hoffman in Steve Jobs (2016).

10-She once admitted a pretty weird habit to us.

Kate Winslet’s biography: In 2007, she told Good Housekeeping about a bizarre tick she has. “I’m a little bit obsessive about my feet,” she said. “I pick at my feet. I’m sure that’s what everyone wants to know!”

11-Her 2009 Oscar is kept in her bathroom.

This little tidbit is one thing that makes Kate sound like a seriously fun friend. “The whole point is for everyone to pick it up and go, ‘I’d like to thank my son and my dad’ — and you can always tell when someone has, because they’re in there a little bit longer after they flushed,” she told Usin 2015. “They’ll come out looking slightly pink-cheeked. It’s hysterical.” Can we use your powder room, Kate?

12-Her husband’s name is Ned Rocknroll.

Yes, really. To be fair, he was born Abel Smith, but he chose to change it to Ned Rocknroll. The pair met in 2011 while Kate was vacationing on Necker Island, a private resort owned by Ned’s uncle Richard Branson, a.k.a. the founder of Virgin Group. He became her third husband in 2012 and the two welcomed their first child in 2013.

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