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Mischievous Portraits of Cate Blanchett by Kim Andreolli in 1999

Following her graduation from Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art in 1992, Catherine Blanchett established herself in the theater world. The Sydney Theatre Company soon cast her in ‘Top Girls and Kafka Dances.’ Blanchett won the Sydney Theatre Critics Circle Newcomer Award in 1993 for her performance in this play. Additionally, she was a critical success in Hamlet, The Tempest, and The Seagull productions.

She made her U.S. film debut with 1997’s ‘Paradise Road’ and has gone on to star in numerous critically acclaimed projects, including ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley,’ ‘The Aviator,’ ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and two films about ‘Queen Elizabeth I.’

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Written by Jacob Aberto

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