|Date of Birth||December 18, 1968 (age 44)|
|Working for||Movies, TV Shows|
|Children(s)||Banjo Patrick Taylor, Adelaide Rose Taylor, Clementine Grace Taylor|
|Net Worth(s)||$145 million|
|Name on Birth||Rachel Anne Griffiths|
|Body Measurements||36 - 29 - 38 inch.|
|Working for||Movies, TV Shows|
Rachel Anne Griffiths is an Australian film and television actress.
She was born on 18 December 1968 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
When she was 11, her father left home with an 18 year old woman. She hasn't seen him for years. Her mother was an art teacher at the time and raised the children alone. After earning a Bachelor of Education degree in drama and dance at Victoria College, Rusden, she began her career as a member of Woolly Jumpers, a Geelong-based community theatre group. She had her first success as the creator and performer of Barbie Gets Hip, which played at the Melbourne Fringe Festival in 1991.
She attended Star of the Sea Catholic Girls' College, did well at school and learned ballet. She has an Education Degree in dance and drama.
Father, Mother, brother and sister
Her mother, Anna Griffiths, is an art consultant. Her uncle is a Jesuit priest. Has two older brothers. One brother, Ben, is a ski instructor. Lived on the Gold Coast, Queensland until age five, and then moved to Melbourne.
Career and struggle
A versatile Aussie actress who's made her biggest impression stateside on the small screen, Griffiths first came to the attention of Australian audiences by starring as a spy trainee in the series Secrets. But her breakthrough role came in P.J. Hogan's hit 1994 comedy Muriel's Wedding, in which she played the awkward title character's feisty best friend. Griffiths' electric performance earned her an Australian Film Institute Award and effectively launched her feature-film career. Suddenly, Griffiths was an in-demand actress. She accepted a few choice roles, most notably as a farmer's lusty daughter in Michael Winterbottom's Jude, before she re-teamed with Hogan in 1997 to make her U.S. film debut in My Best Friend's Wedding, opposite Julia Roberts and Cameron Diaz. She continued to show her versatility, and notched an Oscar nomination in the process, by playing famed flautist Hilary du Pré in the biopic Hilary and Jackie, and Johnny Depp's unhappy mom in Blow. In 2001, Griffiths signed on to the lauded HBO drama Six Feet Under to portray hyper-dysfunctional sex addict Brenda Chenowith. During the show's five-year run, she racked up two Emmy nods and a Golden Globe award, married artist Andrew Taylor, had two children and still found the time to appear in the occasional film. Although Six Feet Under ended in 2005, Griffiths wasn't away from the tube for long. The next year she became part of another dysfunctional TV family by joining the ensemble cast of ABC's Brothers & Sisters, which led to more Emmy and Golden Globe nods. Griffiths gave birth to her third child, Clementine, in 2009.
Husband and Marriage
Griffiths married Australian artist Andrew Taylor on 31 December 2002 in Gardenvale at her high school, Star of the Sea College. They have three children, son Banjo Patrick (born 22 November 2003, Melbourne) and daughters Adelaide Rose (born 23 June 2005, Los Angeles) and Clementine Grace (born 21 June 2009).
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Height, weight and age
She is 177 centimeters tall. That is a nice height for an actress and it suits her personality.
She has a body figure of 36-29-38 and maintains her figure well.
She is an Australian national and her ethnicity is Caucasian.
Net Worth, Salary and income
The Australian actress has an estimated net worth of $145 million.
Award and Achievement
Her work in film and television has earned her a Golden Globe Award, two Screen Actors Guild Awards and three Australian Film Institute Awards.