Naomi Watts Lifestyle
Naomi Ellen Watts is a British actress and film producer. She made her film debut in the Australian drama For Love Alone in 1986 and then appeared in the Australian television series Hey dad! in 1990. She also started Brides of Christ in 1991, Home and Away in 1991. And the film Flirting in the same year 1991. She wanted a total of 43 awards from her 102 nominations.
Her full name is Naomi Watts, but she's also known as Queen of the Remakes. She was born on September 28, 1968, in Shoreham, Kent, England. She is five feet five inches tall, or 1.64 meters.
Her favorite food is pasta and baked beans. The Catcher in the Rye was her favorite book of her youth, and it stayed with her. She said that her famous designer is Stella McCartney, and it could never go wrong. Sydney beaches are her absolute favorite, and she said that nothing else compares once you've seen Australia's beaches. Naomi Watts hobbies include cooking, spending time with friends, exercising, reading books and podcasts, taking care of her skin, and playing games.
Watts had a relationship with Australian actor Heath Ledger from August 2002 to May 2004. In the spring of 2005, she began a relationship with American Actor Liev Schreiber. The couple's first son, Alexander Sasha p, was born in July 2007 in Los Angeles and their second son Samuel Sammy Kai in December 2008 in New York City. On September 26, 2016, Watson Shriver announced their split after 11 years together. Since 2017, Naomi has been dating American actor Billy Crudup. They met on the set of the Netflix drama series Gypsy.
Naomi Watts was born to Peter watts and Myfanwy Edwards in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, United Kingdom, on September 28, 1968. Her mother was a dealer in antiques, while she was also engaged in setting costume designing, while its father was a sound engineer who worked with the famous rock band Pink Floyd. Watts parents divorced in 1972, and she went to live with her mother. The family of three, including her brother, Ben Watts, moved around a lot and lived in Wales for some time. Watts initially studied at a school where the medium of instruction was Welsh in Ysgol Gyfun Llangefni.
Following her mother's second marriage in 1978, Watts moved to England, and the family lived in Suffolk. She studied at the Thomas Mills High School, and that was when she started to harbor ambitions to become an actress when she saw her mother performing on the stage and when she watched the movie "Fame" in 1980. In 1984, Naomi Watts moved with her family to Sydney, Australia, and she studied at the Mosman high school before moving on to North Sydney Girls High School. Watts did not complete her schooling and instead took up different jobs. However, her primary goal was to get into modeling.
In 1986, at the age of 18, Naomi Watts signed up with an agency that represented models. And even though the agency centered on far-flung places such as Japan, the whole thing turned out to be a failure. However, the same year, she landed a role in her first film titled For Love Alone. After her film debut, watts was primarily involved with television in Australia and started Hey dad's series. However, in 1991, she made a comeback into films when the upcoming film Flirting cast her in the movie starring Nicole Kidman. In the next two years, she would act in The Custodian, Matinee, and Wide Sargasso Sea, all Australian films. In 1993, watts moved to Los Angeles permanently. And two years later, her first film in Hollywood, Tank Girl, was released, which might have launched her but did not receive fantastic reviews. For the next three years, she acted in films like Persons Unknown, Timepiece, and Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering.
Naomi Watts initially found it hard to make a mark in Hollywood. But it all changed when David Lynch decided to cast her in the lead role for his film Mulholland Drive. The movie was released in 2001, and Watts received critical appreciation for her double role. The same year she was also featured in the film The Shaft. In 2002, Naomi Watts starred in the blockbuster The Ring alongside Martin Henderson. The film wasn't only the highest-grossing film of that year but also received critical appreciation. Later that year, she featured in the ensemble cast of the British comedy film plots with the view and the outsider. The movie 21 Grams, which was released in 2003, really catapulted Naomi Watts to the top table of Hollywood, as the film was not only a blockbuster, but it also earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Over the next few years, she starred in films like the assassination of Richard Nixon, King Kong, Eastern promises, painted veil, and funny games.
Watts returned from maternal break to the screen in 2009, with the film The International, in which he played the role of an Interpol agent. Her film Mother and Child in the same year was exceptionally well received by critics. It was shown at the Sundance Film Festival as well. Two years later, she started the J. Edgar Hoover biopic titled J. Edgar. In 2012, Naomi Watts played the lead role in The Impossible based on the challenge faced by a British doctor during the tsunami of 2004. And that role earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Two years later, watts portrayed the charismatic Princess Diana in the biopic Diana. Finally, in 2014, she started the critically acclaimed and Academy Award-nominated film Birdman, and she got her role as a stage actress was widely appreciated.
Naomi Watts has a net worth of $30 million.
Actress Naomi Watts lives in her Manhattan apartment that she owns with her partner actor Liev Schreiber. Unfortunately, shortly after purchasing the Tribeca real estate, Hurricane Sandy flooded the interiors and left home a mess.
Liev Schreiber splashed out big time to celebrate watts 40th birthday, organizing a surprise party to present her with a Mercedes Benz adorned with a big red bow across the bottom. Other cars in her garage are Cadillac XLR, Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, Aston Martin DB 7 Volante, a BMW 5 series, Bugatti Chiron, Mustang Shelby.