Nicole Kidman Online mobile version
November 14, 2017

Such a beautiful tribute to a beautiful person! Thank you Glamour!

Keith Urban’s first impression of his wife Nicole Kidman will leave you in tears.

Consider a sampling of the emotions Nicole Kidman brings out in her roles: the sociopathic charm in To Die For (1995), the soul-destroying grief in Birth (2004), the suicidal genius in The Hours (2002), the frightening dissociation in HBO’s Big Little Lies (2017), and the chilling reserve in the just-released The Killing of a Sacred Deer. The breadth of her work is tremendous. And she is also an extraordinary instrument of change—one who flexes her personal power not only in the world of motion pictures and television but also as a U.N. Women Goodwill Ambassador since 2006. Her efforts are geared toward raising awareness about women’s rights around the world, with a focus on violence against women. Says the Oscar and Emmy winner: “I have seen that there is no limit to what women can achieve when given the opportunity.”

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