|Date of Birth||July 3, 1965 (age 48)|
|Working for||Movies, TV Shows|
|Children(s)||Sebastian Nielsen, Bryce Thadeus Ulrich-Nielsen|
|Name on Birth||Connie Inge-Lise Nielsen (Real Name)|
|Weight||57 kg (approx.)|
|Hair Color||Gray Brown|
|Body Measurements||36-27-36 Bra Size: 36 B|
Danish actress Connie Nielsen was born on 3 July 1965, Elling, Frederikshavn, Denmark as Connie Inge-Lise Nielsen. Her father Bent Nielsen was a bus driver and her mother was an insurance clerk. Her mother also acted and wrote musical reviews. She was raised a Mormon and grew up in a village named Elling. She began her acting career working alongside her mother on the local variety scene. At the age of 18, she traveled to Paris, France, where she worked as an actress and model, which led to further work and study in Italy. She studied at drama school in Rome and got her master classes with Lydia Styx, a teacher at Piccolo Teatro di Milano in Milan. She lived in Italy for many years, and then she moved to the United States.
It was her portrayal of "Princess Lucilla" in Ridley Scott's Academy Award-winning Gladiator (2000), which first attracted a mass recognition. She won Best Actress Awards from the Danish Academy Awards and from the San Sebastian Film Festival for her role in the Danish drama Brothers (2004), which has been picked, up for distribution by Focus Features and IFC Films. She is also seen in the World War II epic The Great Raid (2005), directed by John Dahl and produced by Miramax. She can also be seen in the dramatic thriller Return to Sender (2004) directed by Bille August, and the black comedy The Ice Harvest (2005), directed by Harold Ramis for Focus Features. In 2003, Nielsen starred as an industrial spy in a corporate war in the critically acclaimed suspense thriller Demonlover (2002), directed by Olivier Assayas. Her other lead roles include The Hunted (2003) by director William Friedkin, Basic (2003) by director John McTiernan, One Hour Photo (2002) where she starred opposite Robin Williams, Mission to Mars (2000), and The Devil's Advocate (1997) starring Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves. On top of that, Nielsen has received a Best Actress Award from the Empire Awards for her role in Gladiator (2000), and has given incredible performances in Permanent Midnight (1998) and Rushmore (1998). Other film credits of her include Innocents (2000) opposite Jean-Hugues Anglade,and Voyage (1993) with Rutger Hauer and Eric Roberts.
In addition to being an accomplished and recognized actress, Nielsen is also a trained singer, dancer and is fluent in English, German, Danish, Swedish, French and Italian. She currently resides in New York.
Even at her late 40’s, Danish by nationality and of white ethnicity, Connie Nielsen stands tall at a height of five feet and ten inches. She has a nicely built physique and her feet and legs are nice. She has large bosoms and buttocks, with body measurement of 36-27-36 inches. She looks hot and sexy in the body shape.
“People with Money” reported on February 22, 2014 that Nielsen is the highest-paid actress in the world, pulling in an astonishing $75 million between January 2013 and January 2014. The Danish actress has an estimated net worth of $215 million. She owes her fortune to smart stock investments, substantial property holdings, and lucrative endorsement deals with CoverGirl cosmetics. She also owns several restaurants (the “Fat Nielsen Burger” chain) in Copenhagen, a Football Team (the “Frederikshavn Angels”), has launched her own brand of Vodka (Pure Wondernielsen - Denmark), and is tackling the juniors market with a top-selling perfume (With Love from Connie) and a fashion line called “Connie Nielsen Seduction”.
Talking about her dating/marriage/relationship life, she had been in relationship with Huey Morgan and Josh Lucas in 2003 and 2004 respectively. From 2004 to 2012, Nielsen dated Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich from 2004 to 2012. They have one son together and his name is Bryce Thadeus Ulrich-Nielsen. She has a son from a previous relationship named Sebastian Sartor.
We wish her for the best of lucks to continue her legacy in the Hollywood industry and become very successful in the career she has chosen to get into.