Nicole Kidman, 54, removes her makeup and leaves us speechless.
NICOLE KIDMAN recently released a rare candid photo in which she appears to be completely devoid of makeup, drawing compliments on the legendary actress’ immaculate face.
This week, Nicole Kidman dazzled admirers with a selfie that appeared to be taken without any makeup on.
Australian actress Nicole Kidman, 54, has been filming in Hong Kong for the upcoming Amazon series Expats.
Nicole uploaded a picture of her flawless skin as filming for the final episode of the series, which is based on the 2016 book The Expatriate, began.
Nicole, an Oscar and BAFTA winner, also posted photographs of herself speaking with the show’s executive producer, Lulu Wang, without makeup.
She had caused controversy in the past for being given a quarantine exemption after arriving in Hong Kong last year while the coronavirus pandemic was still active.
The one-week quarantine that was required of other travelers in Hong Kong, according to the authorities there, was waived in her case since she was working on projects that would help the local economy.
Nicole is also contributing to the series’ co-executive production.
Nicole Kidman, an A-list movie star and a well-respected performer, made a significant impact on the screen starting in the late 1980s. Kidman was raised in Sydney but was born in Hawaii in 1967 during her parents’ brief stay in the country as students.
She got her start in acting and ballet as a young child, eventually taking part in plays with Australian Theatre for Young People.
She made her professional film debut at the age of 16 in the 1983 Australian family picture “Bush Christmas,” which she followed up with the teen film “BMX Bandits” (1983).
Kidman enjoyed rising fame in Australia, which culminated in the thriller “Dead Calm” (1989), which brought her recognition on a global scale. She made her acting debut two years later in the 1990 American racing film “Days of Thunder,” when she got to know Tom Cruise.
After getting hitched that year, they reunited in the historical epic “Far and Away” two years later (1992). Although Kidman’s fame was already rising in the United States, “Batman Forever,” in which she costarred with Val Kilmer, was her big break (1995).
She then appeared in the romantic comedy “Practical Magic” (1998) and the thriller “The Peacemaker” (1997) as a legitimate star before reuniting with Cruise for the final Stanley Kubrick film, “Eyes Wide Shut,” in which they both starred (1999).
Kidman and Cruise separated two years later, but her career continued to soar when she acted in the hugely successful horror movie “The Others” (2001) and the smash hit jukebox musical “Moulin Rouge!” (2001), for which she received her first Oscar nomination.
She received an Oscar the following year for her portrayal of author Virginia Woolf in “The Hours,” but she did not rest on her laurels. Instead, she continued to take big acting risks with parts in innovative and avant-garde movies like “Dogville,” “Birth,” and “Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus” (2006).
For her work in the dark thriller “Rabbit Hole” (2010), Kidman received another Academy Award nomination. She quickly followed it up with a contentious part in “The Paperboy” (2012) and a lead role as renowned actor-turned-princess Grace Kelly in “Grace of Monaco” (2014).
In 2016, she received another Oscar nomination for her role as an adoptive mother in the movie “Lion,” and in 2017, she joined the cast of the television show “Big Little Lies” (HBO, 2017-). The program received a ton of praise and spread like wildfire throughout society. Kidman starred in the adaptation of Donna Tartt’s “The Goldfinch” as the series continued to experience success (2019).