Natalie Portman Biography, Age, Parents, Husband, Movies, Instagram

Natalie Portman Bio

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Natalie Portman Biography

Natalie Portman (Neta-Lee Hershlag) is an Israeli and American actress and filmmaker. As a teenager, she starred in blockbusters and played as a psychologically troubled woman in independent films, for which she received various awards, including an Academy Award and two Golden Globe Awards.

Portman has been mostly celebrated for her roles in Star Wars (1999), Closer (2004), V for Vendetta (2005), Black Swan (2010), No Strings Attached (2011), Thor (2011), Thor: The Dark World (2013), Jackie (2016), and Annihilation (2018). She was awarded the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Drama and the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in Black Swan, and Closer. She also received two more Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress for Closer, Best Actress for Jackie, and two more Golden Globe nominations for Best Supporting Actress for Anywhere but Here (1999) and Best Actress for Jackie.

Natalie Portman Age

Portman was born on 9th June 1981 in Jerusalem. She’s 39 years of age as of 2020.

Natalie Portman Parents

She was born in Jerusalem to Jewish parents, Shelley (née Stevens) (mother), an American homemaker working as Portman’s agent, and Avner Hershlag (father), an Israeli gynecologist.

Natalie Portman Husband And Children

Portman started dating her husband Benjamin Millepied, a dancer and choreographer in 2009 after having met while working together on the set of Black Swan. They later married on August 4, 2012, and have 2 children son Aleph Millepied (born 2011) and daughter Amalia Millepied (born 2017).

Natalie Portman Education

Portman attended the Jewish Day School of Charles E. Smith in Rockville, Maryland, and later attended Nassau County’s Solomon Schechter Day School, a Jewish day school. She studied ballet and modern dance at the American Theater Dance School and regularly attended the Artistic and Performing Arts Center in Usdan.

Natalie Portman Net Worth

Her net worth is estimated to around $60 million.

Natalie Portman Movies

  • 2020: Dolphin Reef as Narrator
  • 2019: Avengers: Endgame as Jane Foster
  • 2019: Lucy in the Sky as Lucy Cola
  • 2018: Annihilation as Lena
  • 2018: Vox Lux as Celeste
  • 2018: The Death & Life of John F. Donovan as Sam Turner
  • 2017: Song to Song as Rhonda
  • 2017: The Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards as Laura
  • 2016: Jane Got a Gun as Jane Hammond
  • 2016: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies —
  • 2016: Jackie as Jacqueline Kennedy
  • 2016: Planetarium as Laura Barlow
  • 2015: The Seventh Fire —
  • 2015: Knight of Cups as Elizabeth
  • 2015: A Tale of Love and Darkness as Fania Oz
  • 2013: Thor: The Dark World as Jane Foster
  • 2013: Illusions & Mirrors as Young Woman
  • 2011: No Strings Attached as Emma Kurtzman
  • 2011: Your Highness as Isabel
  • 2011: Thor as Jane Foster
  • 2010: Hesher as Nicole
  • 2010; Black Swan as Nina Sayers
  • 2009: The Other Woman as Emilia Greenleaf
  • 2009: New York, I Love You as Rifka
  • 2009: Brothers as Grace Cahill
  • 2008: The Other Boleyn Girl as Anne Boleyn
  • 2007: My Blueberry Nights as Leslie
  • 2007: Hotel Chevalier as Jack’s Ex-Girlfriend
  • 2007: The Darjeeling Limited as Jack’s Ex-Girlfriend
  • 2007: Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium as Molly Mahoney
  • 2006: Paris, je t’aime as Francine
  • 2006: Goya’s Ghosts as Inés / Alicia[a]
  • 2005: Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith as Padmé Amidala
  • 2005: Free Zone as Rebecca
  • 2005: V for Vendetta as Evey Hammond
  • 2004: Garden State as Samantha
  • 2004: Closer as Alice
  • 2003: Cold Mountain as Sara
  • 2002: Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones as Padmé Amidala
  • 2001: Zoolander as Herself
  • 2000: Where the Heart Is as Novalee Nation
  • 1999: Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace as Padmé Amidala
  • 1999: Anywhere but Here as Ann August
  • 1996: Beautiful Girls as Marty
  • 1996: Everyone Says I Love You as Laura
  • 1996: Mars Attacks! as Taffy Dale
  • 1995: Developing as Nina
  • 1995: Heat as Laura
  • 1994: Léon: The Professional as Mathilda

Natalie Portman TV Shows

  • 2021: What If…? as Jane Foster (voice)
  • 2018: Saturday Night Live as Host
  • 2017: Angie Tribeca as Christina Craft
  • 2007, 2012: The Simpsons as Darcy (voice)
  • 2006: Saturday Night Live as Host
  • 2006: The Armenian Genocide as Narrator
  • 2004: Hitler’s Pawn: The Margaret Lambert Story as Narrator
  • 2003–2004: Sesame Street as Herself

Natalie Portman Instagram / Post bringing her own ‘white privilege,’ supporting police defunding.

 

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When I first heard #defundthepolice, I have to admit my first reaction was fear. My whole life, police have made me feel safe. But that’s exactly the center of my white privilege: the police make me as a white woman feel safe, while my black friends, family and neighbors feel the opposite: police make them feel terror. And for good reason. Police are the 6th leading cause of death for black men in this country. These are not isolated incidents. They are patterns and part of the system of over-policing of black Americans. Reforms have not worked. Minneapolis, where George Floyd was murdered, is one of the most progressive police forces in the country, having undergone extensive anti-bias training. I am grateful to the leaders in the @mvmnt4blklives who have made us question the status quo. And who have made us imagine, what a world could be like in which we invested in nourishing people; (in their education, healthcare, environment, shelter)— rather than putting all of our money into punishment. I’ve gotten to the age in my life, where if my gut feels uncomfortable, I take the situation as wrong. But this concept initially made me uncomfortable because I was wrong. Because the system that makes me feel comfortable is wrong. #defendblacklives#defundthepolice Swipe right for additional resources via @theslacktivists

A post shared by Natalie Portman (@natalieportman) on Jun 8, 2020 at 3:02pm PDT

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