- Abbie Cornish
- Lochinvar New South Wales Australia
- Hiking Guitar Piano
- Sexy Accent Big Ass
Abbie Cornish has worked with some of Hollywood's biggest leading men, but she stays down to earth by being 5' 8" and super hot. Being ranked #80 on Maxim's Hot 100 Women List (2007) also helps keep her grounded.
Abbie Cornish was born in Lochinvar, New South Wales, Australia, as the second of five children. But who's counting? At the age of thirteen, she began taking jobs as a model, something that ugly teen girls can't stake claim to. By the time she was sixteen, the leggy Aussie was juggling television acting roles and studying, with the intention of pursuing a career as a veterinarian. In 1999, Abbie was awarded the Australian Film Institute Young Actor's Award for her role in the television show "Wildside" and was soon offered her first role in a feature film, The Monkey's Mask. This move convinced her that wearing a monkey's mask was easier than cleaning up monkey poop and she ditched her plans to be an animal doc. At seventeen Cornish, traveled through the United States and Western Europe for six months, before returning to a blossoming acting career. This is a fact that has no bearing on anything, but how the mind does wonder what tricks a teenage hottie traveling in a foreign land could get into.
She received two awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role for the 2004 film, Somersault. Abbie was now rising to prominence. She was soon to receive widespread critical acclaim for her role in 2006's Candy with Heath Ledger. Speaking of widespread, Candy marked her first full-fledged nude scene. Candy, indeed. Roles in the Russell Crowe stinker A Good Year and the Cate Blanchett snorer Elizabeth:The Golden Age, solidified her star status. Her role in Stop Loss became tabloid fodder when it was rumored she was bedding Reese Witherspoon's soon-to-be ex Ryan Phillippe during the shoot. Abbie insisted the real story should have been what is that weird goose egg growing out of Phillippe's forehead.
On August 3, 2007 it was announced that Abbie has been chosen as the new "Bond Girl" for the 22nd installment of the James Bond franchise.
In January 2010 Abbie was a cover girl on Vanity Fairs controversial cover, where no girls of any other nationality were featured. This cover has caused a great uproar among people.