Kate Bosworth

Katherine Ann Bosworth was born the second of January, 1983 in Los Angeles, California. As a child, Kate became involved in equestrian sport, and at age 14 became the winner of horse races. After that, she went to New York for the casting of the film "The Horse Whisperer", anything especially not counting as acting experience she had. Director of the film was struck Katherine ability to ride without hesitation and took her to the role of best friend of the protagonist.

After filming the movie Kate finally decided on the choice of profession. She starred in the family drama "Beginners" in the popular series "Young Americans," the film "Remember the Titans" and "Rules of Attraction". In 2002, Kate played a girl-surfing in the melodrama "Blue Wave". For this role she was nominated for two awards at MTV Movie Award - for "breakthrough role" and "the best team work".

One of the most significant and challenging role was the role of a famous movie star of the 1950s, Sandra Dee in Kevin Spacey biopic - "the sea." It is believed that this film opened Kate's road to Hollywood. The following films that starred Bosworth, "Superman Returns" with Kevin Spacey, "Wordplay" with Richard Gere and Juliette Binoche, "The Girl in the Park" with Keri Russell and Sigourney Weaver, "Twenty-One" on the novel by Ben Mezrich. And in 2010 came the film with its participation - "Straw Dogs".

Kate also became known for her love affair with Hollywood star Orlando Bloom, they met from 2002 to 2006. At the moment she meets with Swedish actor Alexander Skarsgard.

In 2008, Kate Bosworth is the new face of Calvin Klein, and in his free time, she is engaged in cinema riding training of children with disabilities.