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Extremely beautiful and no less talented lady with heavenly qualities and skills, Cate Blanchett is one of the greatest Australian actresses serving the world of movies. Role model and inspiration figure to millions Cate Blanchett is a true definition and combination of beauty and aptitude. Cate Blanchett is an Australian actress born on 14th May of the year 1969 in Melbourne Victoria, Australia. 46 years in paper, Cate was named Catherine Elise Blanchett in her birth but is well known as Cate Blanchett on and off her work all around the world. She has been serving the world of her profession since the year 1989 with all she has. She was educated in national Institute of Dramatic Art University of Melbourne. She is as sensational actress but also served as a theatre actress. She has been crowned Doctor Upton, a prestigious and historical title.
Various awards winning actress Cate Blanchett was born in Australia as a daughter of mother, June an Australian property developer and also a teacher and her father Robert DeWitt Blanchett Jr., was a United States Navy petty officer and also an advertising executive. Her parents shared three children including Cate, older brother Bob and later born sister Genevieve. There are various movies and television shows she has been associated with and some of them to be mentioned are:
Television: Police Rescue of 1993, Heartland of 1994, Bordertown of 1995, Family Guy of 2012 and Rake of 2014.
Films: Kaboria, Parklands, Paradise Road, Thank God He Met Lizzie, Oscar and Lucinda, Elizabeth, An Ideal Husband, Bangers, Pushing Tin, The Talented Mr. Ripley of 1999, The Gift of 2000, The Man Who Cried of 2000, Robin Hood, Hanna, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies etc.
Cate Blanchett has been married to Andrew Upton since the year 1997 and the beautiful couple shares four children together. Andrew Upton is an Australian playwright, director and screenwriter born on 1st February of 1966.