|Date of Birth||November 12, 1973|
|Working for||Movies, TV Shows|
|Net Worth(s)||$4 million|
|Name on Birth||Radha Rani Amber Indigo Ananda Mitchell|
|Body Measurements||34 - 25 - 34 inches|
Radha Mitchell is an actress and producer, known for Silent Hill (2006), Pitch Black (2000) and Man on Fire (2004).
Radha Mitchell was born on November 12, 1973 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia as Radha Rani Amber Indigo Anunda Mitchell.
Mitchell, a native of Melbourne, began acting when she was still in high school and had her professional debut on the popular Aussie soap Neighbours in 1994. Her first name, Radha, is of Hindu origin and is the name of the soulmate to Lord Krishna. The other parts of her name coming from an Indian origin are Rani ("Queen") and Ananda ("Bliss").
She attended the private St Michael's Grammar School.
Father, Mother, brother and sister
Her mother is a model turned designer, and her father is a filmmaker. She had a spiritually inclined upbringing, drawing from Hindu culture by her parents. Her mother, who modeled on the Italian catwalk in the 1960s, had become enamored of India in the early '70s.
Boyfriend and affair
The last mention of her love life in late-2006 had her dating fellow Antipodean actor Martin Henderson, also based in LA, but today it's: "I prefer not to really comment on those things in general''.
Career and struggle
The actress enjoyed a major career breakthrough when she made her feature debut in Emma-Kate Croghan's engaging romantic comedy, "Love and Other Catastrophes" (1996), playing Danni, "a sweet young thing" as Mitchell describes her role, who is dazzled by Mia, a university film student. The two break up, but are eventually reconciled amid the often incidents befalling their close circle of friends and lovers. Although Mitchell's follow-up film and debut "High Art" (1998), was in many ways a different, much more dramatic film, her role as Sid did have some connections with Danni. Mitchell's large, expressive eyes and blonde hair suggested the youth and inexperience of an aspiring magazine editor dazzled by a gifted photographer Ally Sheedy on a career and personal downhill. At the same time, though, Mitchell was also called on to convey a mature and intense emotional attraction as well as a sometimes unattractive ambition, both which she managed to critical acclaim. After a turn as a house guest who won't leave in the indie "Cleopatra's Second Husband".
Mitchell moved more into mainstream fare with the science-fiction horror of "Pitch Black" (2000), the thriller "Phone Booth" (2003) and as Dakota Fanning's mother in "Man on Fire" (2004), and she had her best role yet in "Finding Neverland" (2004) as the disconnected, alienated wife of "Peter Pan" creator J.M. Barrie (Johnny Depp). Meanwhile she wrote, directed and starred in her own labor of love, the indie "Four Reasons" (2002).
Mitchell took on her most complex and accomplished role when she starred as the title character in writer-director Woody Allen's "Melinda and Melinda" (2005), which told of the romantic troubles of a young woman in two distinctly different parallel storylines, one tragic and one comedy. Mitchell effectively portrayed both roles, one as a wounded, self-destructive and possibly doomed figure, and the other as a more charming but neurotic woman blind to the available love that she could embrace.
Hot pictures of her can be found all over the internet. She is very photogenic.
Height, weight and age
She is 167 centimeters tall. That is a good height and she has a nice body shape which balances her weight and height composition.
She has a sexy figure of 34-25-34 inches and works well to maintain it.
She is an Australian national and she is white in ethnicity.
Net Worth, Salary and income
Radha Mitchell is an Australian actress who has a net worth of $4 million dollars.
Award and Achievement
She starred in "Silent Hill" in 2006 as a desperate mother trying to find an answer for her daughter's mysterious recurring dream that pulls her out of bed to sleepwalk. Instead of letting her child succumb to psychiatric care, she takes her to a fog-shrouded ghost town inhabited by strange beings-including demons-and overcome by a living darkness that transforms everything it touches. Despite negative reviews, "Silent Hill" opened no. 1 at the box office with over $20 million in box office.
Job and future
She is doing extraordinarily well in her acting career and it seems that she has a bright acting career ahead.