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Natalie Portman

Won a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film, Closer.
Was casted for a role in "The Horse Whisperer", but withdrew because she wanted to do "The Diary of Anne Frank" on Broadway instead. The role was recasted to Scarlett Johansson.
Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Stih went on to gross $380,270,577 in the U.S. $848,466,829 worldwide.
Got a SAT score of over 1400.
A natural brown colored eyes and hair.
Her first award was the Young Star Award for Best Young Actress in a Drama movie, The Professional, in 1995.
Quote: "I love milk so much! I make a point of drinking a glass of milk every day. So now anyone who did those milk ads with the milk moustaches, they're my heroes."
Resided in Maryland and Connecticut before moving to Long Island for long term.
Shaved her hair for her role in V in Vendetta.
Was a semifinalist in the Intel Science Talent Search. Her paper is titled, "A Simple Method of Demonstrate the Enzymatic Production of Hydrogen from Sugar".
Was the lead in the Broadway revival, "The Diary of Anne Frank".
Quote: "I laugh too much. I think people think I'm really serious, but I'm almost annoyingly laughable."
The scene where Portman's hair is shaved in V in Vendetta is a one-shot single take with three camera rolling at once.
Has taken dance lessons since the age of 4. Still takes ballet classes.
At the beginning of filming, Natalie Portman gave 'Julia Roberts' a necklace that said "cunt" in honor of their characters' foul mouths. At the end of filming, Julia Roberts gave Natalie Portman a necklace that said "lil' cunt".
Is a capable dancer in ballet, jazz and tap.
She claimed that until she was cast by George Lucas himself in the "Star Wars" prequels, she had never even seen any of the "Star Wars" films. She literally did not know the difference between "Wars" and "Trek."
She was discovered by a talent agent at a pizza restaurant. Although she was offered a modeling deal, she said she'd rather pursue acting.
She used to be a vegetarian, but is now a vegan.
Her husband the French danseur and choreographer Benjamin Millipede. His last name is pronounced: "MEEL-pee-yay."