She partnered with Sean Connery in the crime thriller , which also starred Renee Zellweger, Queen Latifah and Richard Gere.The performance was a triumph for Zeta-Jones, who won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Velma Kelly.Zeta-Jones relocated to Los Angeles but initially found it difficult to gain a foothold in Hollywood films. Chicago ("Class" (1975)) / (performer: "Overture/And All That Jazz" (1975), "Cell Block Tango" (1975), "I Can't Do It Alone" (1975), "Nowadays/Hot Honey Rag" (1996), "And All That Jazz/End Credits" (1975), "I Move On" (2002)) In Wales it's brilliant. And I go, "Oh, I'm doing a film with Antonio Banderas and Anthony Hopkins." And they go, "Ooh, good." And that's it.At this year’s Oscars ceremony she sang and high-kicked her way through All That Jazz in front of a star-studded crowd and to an American television audience of more than 40 million. 'I do get terrified,’ she says, her accent still wonderfully Welsh. I torture my husband and everyone around me with my nerves and anxiety. 'My daughter [Carys] is 10, my son [Dylan] is 12 and these are such precious years to me. 'So if I’m going to leave my family for any length of time it had better be for a role that I haven’t played before, with great people. Otherwise, to be honest with you, I would prefer to stay at home.’ Her new film, Red 2, falls into the fun category.The sequel to 2010’s Red – which starred Bruce Willis and made more than million (£59 million) at the box office – it is a crime caper about retired spies. 'The action, the humour, the tongue-in-cheek quality of it.’ Her old friend Sir Anthony Hopkins joins the sequel.She performed with her church’s amateur theatre group as a child and soon secured the starring role in the troupe’s production of .
However, she became more selective about her film work, as she and husband Michael Douglas began spending more of their time living in Bermuda, far away from the Hollywood spotlight.Catherine Zeta-Jones went solo on the red carpet at tonight’s Golden Globes, where she spoke to “Extra’s” Mario Lopez about husband Michael Douglas’ whereabouts! Of her choice to wear black, she explained, “It’s not about a color, it’s about a uniformity and a strength, and it’s just great to see women come together this way. As an actor, to play someone like that, it’s just so multi-layered; a woman that was at the top of her game in a very bad, dangerous man’s world for so long. He's prepping to do a television show, a series which he is very excited about. I am here with my brother tonight…always a family affair — you know me.” Jones looked stunning in a Zuhair Murad fall 2017 couture gown.By the time she was 15, Zeta-Jones had dropped out of school to join a touring production of the musical , starring opposite Antonio Banderas and Anthony Hopkins.The actress soon landed more leading roles, due in no small part to her sultry good looks and sophisticated style.Unfortunately, the circumstances are not good, but the forming of this fantastic movement and unity for women, about women, and the future of women is something I am very very strong about, and I am very happy to be part of. I am very happy to be here wearing any color, joining the force.” The 48-year-old played a force to be reckoned with in “Cocaine Godmother: The Griselda Blanco Story," a Lifetime movie. I go to the pub and see everybody who I went to school with. Hugh Hefner is such a titan of cradle-robbing it's hard to even compare him to the rest of this list.Going back to Kimberley Conrad, the wife he married in 1989, even she was 36 years younger than he.Born on September 25, 1969, in Swansea, Wales, actress Catherine Zeta-Jones began taking dance lessons at age 4.