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Natascha McElhone Introduction
Natascha McElhone has been an intriguing figure in British film industry since her screen debut along sir Anthony Hopkins in a 1996 Merchant Ivory production "Survivng Picasso". It was a typical breakthrough role - despite not too positive opinions of the movie, she herself gained good reviews, and automatically, an access to Hollywood.
Natascha McElhone Life Story
Natascha McElhone (birth name- Taylor) was born on December 14, 1969 in London. When she was 3, her parents divorced and little Natascha moved with her mother, stepfather (both popular journalists) and brother Damon to Brighton. She attended there St. Mary's Hall School for Girls, but it was acting that was her destiny. Natascha continued her education in famous LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art). During the studies, she took part in several theatre productions, including "Richard III", "The Count of Monte Cristo", "The Cherry Orchard" and "Midsummer Night's Dream". After graduation in 1993, Natascha appeared on the big screen, in previously mentioned, "Surviving Picasso", "The Devil's Own", "Ronin" and world-acclaimed "The Truman Show".
Despite playing opposite Hollywood's biggest stars (George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Robert De Niro, Christian Bale, Jim Carrey), Natascha avoids the lime light and chooses roles in low- budget and non-mainstream movies, like "Mrs. Dalloway", "Love's Labour's Lost", "City of Ghosts", "Solaris" and the BBC film "The Other Boleyn Girl".
In recent years, you could also see Natascha in "Ladies in Lavender", along Judi Dench and Maggie Smith, "Guy X"- a Stephen Daldry and US TV show "Revelations". In February 2006, she joined Diana Rigg in a West End play "Honour". We will soon see Ms. McElhone in Jean-Baptiste Andrea's "Big Nothing" and a US TV show "The Company", in which she will play a Hungarian revolutionary.
McElhone has three sons, Theo (born 2000), Otis (2003) and Rex (2008). On 20 May 2008 her husband of ten years, Dr. Martin Hirigoyen Kelly, a plastic surgeon was found slumped in the doorway of the family home. He was rushed to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, where he worked, but was unable to be revived. A post mortem revealed the cause of death to have been dilated cardiomyopathy. Natascha resides in Fulham, London.