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'''Rachel Hannah Weisz''' is an English actress, born March 7, 1970, best known from such movies as the first two films of ''Film/TheMummyTrilogy'', ''Film/{{Constantine}}'', ''Stealing Beauty'', ''Film/TheBrothersBloom'' and ''Film/EnemyAtTheGates''. Also playing the protagonist of the very controversial movie ''Film/{{Agora}}''. She won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for ''Film/TheConstantGardener''. She was engaged to film director Creator/DarrenAronofsky, and had a role in his movie ''TheFountain''. In 2011 she married Creator/DanielCraig.

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!!Filmography

* ''Film/StealingBeauty'' (1996)
* ''[[Film/TheMummy1999 The Mummy]]'' (1999)
* ''Film/EnemyAtTheGates'' (2001)
* ''Film/TheMummyReturns'' (2001)
* ''Literature/AboutABoy'' (2002)
* ''Film/RunawayJury'' (2003)
* ''Film/{{Constantine}}'' (2005)
* ''Film/TheConstantGardener'' (2005)
* ''Film/TheFountain'' (2006)
* ''Film/{{Eragon}}'' (2007)
* ''Film/FredClaus'' (2007)
* ''Film/DefinitelyMaybe'' (2008)
* ''Film/TheBrothersBloom'' (2008)
* ''Film/TheLovelyBones'' (2009)
* ''Film/{{Agora}}'' (2009)
* ''Film/TheWhistleblower'' (2010)
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' (2010)
* ''Film/PageEight'' (2011)
* ''Film/DreamHouse'' (2011)
* ''Film/TheDeepBlueSea'' (2011)
* ''Film/TheBourneLegacy'' (2012)
* ''Film/OzTheGreatAndPowerful'' (2013)

!!This actress' roles and works contain examples of:

* BrainyBrunette: She usually plays these types of characters.
* HollywoodOld: Played Hypatia in the film ''{{Film/Agora}}'' when she was nearly forty (but of course is OlderThanTheyLook). Even when Hypatia is sixty towards the end.
* HotScientist: A lot of her roles have her playing this, or else a HotLibrarian.
* IAmVeryBritish: She'll usually posh up her voice just a little on screen, but she actually has this type of accent in real life. Studying at Cambridge will do that to you.
* ItsPronouncedTroPay: Her last name is pronounced like 'vice'. Hasn't stopped some people from saying 'wice' or 'wysk'.
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