By : Mahi
Jennifer Connelly is an American actress who has been in the entertainment industry for over three decades. She has had a successful career, winning several awards for her performances on screen.
Connelly was born in Cairo, New York, in 1970. She began modeling at a young age, and at 12 years old, she appeared in the film "Once Upon a Time in America."
Connelly continued to act throughout her teenage years and landed a breakout role in the 1986 film "Labyrinth" alongside David Bowie.
In the early 1990s, Connelly appeared in several films, including "The Rocketeer," "Career Opportunities," and "The Hot Spot." In 2000, she won an Academy Award for Best
Supporting Actress for her performance in "A Beautiful Mind," a biographical drama about mathematician John Nash. Since then, Connelly has continued to take on challenging roles,
including playing a drug addict in "Requiem for a Dream" and a scientist in "Noah." She has also appeared in blockbusters such as "Hulk" and "Spider-Man: Homecoming."
Connelly has received critical acclaim for her performances throughout her career, earning numerous award nominations and wins. She has also become a fashion icon, with designers clamoring to dress her for red carpet events.
Off-screen, Connelly is an advocate for various causes, including animal rights and environmental issues. She is also a supporter of the American Foundation for AIDS Research and the Save the Children charity.