If you want to stay grounded in your chosen career path, you should take Natalie’s advice. Be aware of how lucky you are, treat everyone kindly, not minding what they’ve done, have your real loved ones around you, and you’ll go far and keep yourself grounded. Natalie’s not a motivational speaker, by the way, but her words are inspiring, and so is her acting prowess. She’s a director, actress, mother of two, and is known for her roles in the 1999 Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. Natalie has won many awards, including 2 Golden Globe Awards and an Academy Award.
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Why we love Natalie Portman
Growing up was normal for Natalie, even though she saw herself as being different from other kids. Natalie holds dual citizenship of Israel and the United States, and she studied modern dance and ballet at the American Theater Dance Workshop. Little wonder she depicts her roles correctly. In one of her first stage productions, Natalie auditioned for the off-Broadway musical Ruthless! and was selected along with Britney Spears to be understudies for Laura Bell Bundy. She picked roles here and there, including playing in Leon: The Professional in 1994.
In the summer of 1994, Natalie returned to school at the Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts camp to fine-tune her skills. While undergoing training, she took roles in the 1995 film Heat, for which she drew admiration from different film critics who noted her ability to dazzle the audience with the utmost ease. From producing Heat, she cast for other titles such as Beautiful Girls and the musical Cabaret. By 1999, Natalie had become a notable face and found herself on the cast of the big-budget film Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace. She was about to finish high school by this time, and the film catapulted her into global stardom. Natalie starred in other notable film titles such as No Strings Attached, Thor, V for Vendetta, Star Wars: Episode I, II, and III, Black Swan, Annihilation, Thor: The Dark World, and Jackie.
It’ll interest you to note that Natalie is a Harvard graduate who pursued psychology, Hebrew literature, and neurobiology. While at Harvard, the number of roles she took dropped significantly. In one of her interviews, she’s quoted to have said, “I’d rather be smart than be a movie star.” At one time, she was a research assistant to the renowned Alan Dershowitz and participated in a 2002 study on the workings of a person’s memory. By 2004, Natalie started accepting romantic roles, and Garden State and Closer were her first films. In Closer, she played a stripper and even went as far as shooting nude and sexually explicit scenes, one of the reasons she turned down several roles in many movies in the past. Even after shooting the scenes, she argued that the nude scenes were inconsequential and should be removed during post-production. It was removed from the final cut.
Natalie is estimated to be worth $90 million, and she’s an advocate for animal rights and environmental protection. She has also participated in anti-poverty campaigns and activities and supports the Democratic Party. She has interests and stakes in Angel City FC, the women’s soccer league team which will start playing in 2022.