Gwyneth Paltrow

Since birth of Gwyneth everything was predetermined. Her father - a famous film director Bruce Paltrow, a descendant of a rabbinical kind Paltrovichey from Russia, and his mother - the actress Blythe Danner. Gwyneth grew up in California, studied at the private school for girls, studied art history - in general, the whole life laid out on shelves.

Her debut was the film "Scream" in 1991 (not to be confused with the same horror), and then there was a small role in the film family friend Steven Spielberg's "Hook" and, finally, the main role in the film "Seven" where Gwyneth played with Brad Pitt. With him she had a serious romance, until engagement. In 1999, for her role in "Shakespeare in Love" won the "Oscar".

She met with Ben Affleck, but found happiness with her rock musician Chris Martin, singer of the group Coldplay. December 5, 2003 they were married five months later they had a daughter, Apple, and two years later was born the son of Moses.