At 54 years old, Naomi Watts has this physical status:
- Naomi Ellen Watts (born 28 September 1968) is a British actress and film producer.
- She made her film debut in the Australian drama For Love Alone (1986) and then appeared in the Australian television series Hey Dad..! (1990), Brides of Christ (1991), Home and Away (1991), and the film Flirting (1991).
- After moving to the United States, Watts struggled as an actress for years, but managed to obtain parts in the films Tank Girl (1995), Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering (1996), and Dangerous Beauty (1998), and the television series Sleepwalkers (1997–1998). Watts rose to international prominence for playing an aspiring actress in David Lynch's psychological thriller Mulholland Drive (2001) and a tormented journalist in the horror remake The Ring (2002).
- She subsequently received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance as a grief-stricken mother in Alejandro González Iñárritu's neo-noir film 21 Grams (2003).
- Her next films throughout the 2000s include I Heart Huckabees (2004), King Kong (2005), Eastern Promises (2007), and The International (2009). For her role as Maria Bennett in the disaster film The Impossible (2012), Watts received another Academy Award for Best Actress nomination.
- In the 2010s, she starred in the well-received independent films Birdman (2014), St.Vincent (2014), While We're Young (2015), and Luce (2019).
- Watts also continued to act in blockbusters, with appearances in the Divergent franchise (2015–2016), and ventured into television with the Showtime series Twin Peaks (2017) and The Loudest Voice (2019). Watts is particularly known for her work in remakes and independent productions with dark or tragic themes, as well as portrayals of characters that endure loss or suffering.
- She established herself as one of the most bankable actresses in the American film industry by 2009.
- Magazines such as People and Maxim have included her on their lists of the world's most beautiful women.
- She has been an ambassador for Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS and Pantene's Beautiful Lengths.
- Despite significant media attention, Watts is reticent about her personal life.
- She had a relationship with American actor Liev Schreiber from 2005 to 2016, with whom she has two sons.
Stink eye? Yes!! This was me when I was dealing with the angry itch. 🤬 Itchy, angry, dry skin was one of my first symptoms when I hit perimenopause… One that I had to immediately address… (whilst also wanting to scratch my face right off!!) At the time I didn’t even know I was in peri-, nevermind that this was even a symptom… I'd heard about the classics: hot flushes and the sleeplessness (I’ll get to those, plus the litany of others later), but the skin thing was news to me. I saw multiple doctors, who only gave me "band-aid" solutions… the itchy-dry skin persisted. I realized I needed to look more closely at the ingredients in my skincare routine… btw, I now know I’m not alone; a recent study published in the Journal of the International Menopause Society stated that 64% of women deal with skin issues (including dryness). But back then, I started thinking that maybe my hormonal skin could no longer tolerate what it had before. My skin has always been sensitive, but not so reactive and irritable... I had quite a bit of anxiety around it since I was working on camera and unable to give my skin a break. I couldn't understand how to fix it, I wasn't able to identify the actual cause of the problem, and the mystery exacerbated the issue… I found myself spinning. Then, at a friend’s recommendation (thank you larissa111), I moved to clean ingredients and saw compelling results; I became instantly obsessed with skincare and menopause. Head over to iam_Stripes to connect with a community and learn how to not be afraid to ask for help with all things menopause-related. We deserve to feel out best. We've EARNED IT!! What was your first symptom that sent you into a frenzy?
Here I sit with a powerhouse lady friend of mine, jodiepatterson She’s someone I’ve had multiple meaningful conversations with, on this day and many others, and of course, with someone like her, there are always plenty more to come. Earlier this summer we had a gentle but deep chat on mid-life and all things menopause. Jodie is the author of 2 books, an activist extraordinaire, a beauty explorer and a mother of 5! She holds seats on multiple boards for her work and groundbreaking contributions to gender equality and gender non-conformity. She’s the definition of a boss lady I’m honored to have partnered with her on the launch of iam_stripes. We’re committed to making mid-life as good as it can be, creating a more informed community and removing stigma and shame. No one should suffer through it, taking ownership can be fun. We are here for it and we've earned it! Go see all the incredible things she’s up to at jodiepatterson. xx Love you Jodie