Emily Kathleen A. Mortimer (born 1 December 1971) is an English actress. She began performing on stage, and has since appeared in several film and television roles, including 30 Rock, Scream 3, Match Point, Lars and the Real Girl, Hugo, Cars 2, Shutter Island, Harry Brown, Our...Wikipedia
Born: 1st December, 1971, Finsbury Park, London, England
Height: 5' 8" (173 cm)
Claim to Fame: Disney's The Kid
LEONARDO DiCaprio will marry Bar Refaeli – according to Emily Mortimer.
The Shutter Island actor and the Israeli model recently denied reports they were engaged but his latest costar believes they are made for each other.
“I didn’t know he wasn’t married! I’m sure that he will, yes, and be very happy,” Emily said.
Leonardo’s good friend, Roberta Armani — niece of the late Giorgio Armani – also believes the pair are good for each other because they are so similar.
“They are very similar. Not only do... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 5 years ago
Actor Alessandro Nivola fears for pal and neighbor Michelle Williams when she returns home to Brooklyn, New York, to mourn ex fiance Heath Ledger alone because their street has become a media mecca.
The Jurassic Park III star and his actress wife Emily Mortimer live two doors down from the home Williams once shared with tragic Ledger, and they`re still very close to the grieving actress.
He says, "My street has got news vans and paparazzi all over it and she can`t get in and out of her house, it`s kind of a mess."
Williams is expected to return to New... Read More
Posted by NewsHound 7 years ago
Love happens everywhere. Some love stories only happen in Rio.
A series of short films set in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janero.
Fluent in Russian.
The name of her mother, Penelope, was also the name of her father`s first wife.
"I have to say that, though it sounds so superficial, the accent really does help. I like having accents preparing for a part. It`s a hard thing to do, to be given a script, and know that you`ve got to turn up on the first day of the shoot - generally without having had any rehearsal - and present a character. It`s really baffling; it`s incredibly hard to know how to begin, to approach it, other than just thinking about it. But how do you think about it? There`s no guidebook."
"But, yes, no matter how in character actresses are in a film, the moment they take off their clothes, you start wondering about them as a person. You start checking them out, in a way. It`s a self-conscious moment for both the audience and for the actor and always, I think, slightly embarrassing."