Hollywood actresses are catching up with their men counterparts on the way to the bank. These sizzling beauties are setting the cash registers ringing.
Women are coming up trumps in tinsel town, with a growing number of ladies catching up with their male counterparts and earning top dollars. These powerful female stars are the highest – earning actresses in the world, and many of them are also showing the studios who’s boss by lending weight behind the scenes.
While Julia Roberts was Hollywood’s top woman for more than a decade, others have moved in to usurp her position since she left the limelight to raise her twins. Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon and Renee Zellweger have all been vying for her movie queen crown and a newly published table of Hollywood’s highest paid women shows the Oscar- winning Aussie has beaten her fellow contenders. Bagging roles in new movies such as ‘The Invasion ‘and ‘The Golden Compass’ has made Nicole Hollywood’s top leading lady and biggest earner.
Nicole Kidman is an Australian actresses, singer, film producer and supermodel who born on 20 June 1967. She has started her carrier with small Australian movies and TV shows. Nicole’s dug up her first break through a thriller ‘Dead Calm’ in 1989 but authentic name and fame, she attained by ‘Days of Thunder’. Nicole acquired her first best actresses Oscar Award in 2003 for ‘The Hours’ and she is a three- time Golden Globe winner for ‘The Hour’, ‘Moulin Rouge’ and ‘To Die For’.
Nicole could be set to hold on to the top spot for almost as long as her predecessor, Julia Roberts did. 44-year–old Nicole, who has been married twice, first to actor Tom Cruise and then to country singer Keith Urban.
Amazing fact of this gorgeous woman that she has not charged millions for her wedding pictures of her marriage to singer Keith Urban, but instead asking donations be made to an Australian children’s hospital.
A renowned proclamation, given by Nicole Kidman, “I love acting, but it’s much more fun to taking the kids to the zoo.” shows that she loves kids too much.